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Addressing Chronic Absenteeism and Truancy to Provide FAPE Under the IDEA and Section 504 Mandatory Reporting: How to Identify and Report Suspected Abuse or Neglect of Students With Disabilities
more info Truancy - Chronic Absenteeism - IDEA - Section 504
more info Reporting - Behavior Management - Litigation
Addressing Chronic Absenteeism and Truancy to Provide FAPE Under the IDEA and Section 504 Mandatory Reporting: How to Identify and Report Suspected Abuse or Neglect of Students With Disabilities
This course trains staff on identifying chronic absenteeism and truancy, when your district's child find duty may be triggered, and when a chronically absent or truant student may be eligible under the IDEA or Section 504. This course provides classroom-based educators and administrators with guidance on how to identify potential mistreatment of students with disabilities by parents or colleagues, and when to report the concerns.
Identifying and Responding to Bullying and Harassment Involving Students With Disabilities Steps for Determining a Student’s Eligibility Under the Other Health Impairment Category
more info Bullying — Harassment — Section 504
more info Eligibility — Other Health Impairment — IEP Team Members
Identifying and Responding to Bullying and Harassment Involving Students With Disabilities Steps for Determining a Student’s Eligibility Under the Other Health Impairment Category
Tips, strategies, and ideas for staff to craft bullying prevention activities and respond to bullying of students with disabilities to prevent Section 504 violations. This course helps IEP team members and other educators understand and properly apply the IDEA's eligibility rules to students with diverse health conditions.
Exiting Students From Special Education: Graduation, Aging-out, Ineligibility, and Revocation of Consent Communicating With Parents: Tips and Strategies for Teachers
more info Graduation — IDEA Eligibility — FAPE
more info Privacy Rights — Discrimination — FERPA — Communication
Exiting Students From Special Education: Graduation, Aging-out, Ineligibility, and Revocation of Consent Communicating With Parents: Tips and Strategies for Teachers
This course explains the ways that a student's IDEA eligibility can terminate or end, and what procedural steps are necessary to exit students from special education. This course provides teachers with strategies to communicate with parents in the education setting, while protecting students' and parents' privacy rights and avoiding discrimination in communications.
Determining Related Services and Accommodations for Students With Traumatic Brain Injuries Achieving Inclusion: Educating Students With Disabilities in the Least Restrictive Environment
more info Accommodation — IDEA — Section 504
Price: $295.00
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Determining Related Services and Accommodations for Students With Traumatic Brain Injuries Achieving Inclusion: Educating Students With Disabilities in the Least Restrictive Environment
This course explains what traumatic brain injuries are, reviews IDEA and Section 504 eligibility requirements, and offers best practices in accommodating students with TBIs. SHORT DESCRIPTION
Performance-Based Actions in Today’s Federal Workforce: Current Compliance Guidance
Price: $295.00
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Performance-Based Actions in Today’s Federal Workforce: Current Compliance Guidance
Taking a performance-based action under Chapter 43 requires your agency to follow strict rules.
   
 
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