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Every two weeks, The Special Educator® updates you on the latest special ed case law and trends affecting the way you serve your students with disabilities. Plus, you get expert advice and analysis linked to the IDEA regulations -- so you know how to comply with federal laws and avoid litigation.
The Special Educator® deciphers complex legalese into straightforward language, and then goes further to give you specific strategies to meet your key responsibilities so you can:
- Serve students with behavioral issues
- Avoid child find violations amid RTI efforts
- Keep staff informed of what constitutes disability harassment and bullying
- Effectively communicate with parents of students with disabilities
- Offer meaningful and comprehensive transition planning and services
- Develop multi-level instruction for inclusive classrooms
- And much more!
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Legislative alerts --- Stay up to date on important special education news from the nation’s capital -- so you’re prepared for changes coming your way.
Best practices --- Gain timesaving solutions to the challenges you face along with your colleagues’ proven strategies to comply with IDEA mandates involving child find, early intervention, ELLs with disabilities, truancy and work refusal, parental notice and much more.
Case law updates --- Know -- and avoid -- the actions that could land your district in legal hot water, with easy-to-read summaries of the latest court, SEA, OCR and OSEP rulings.
Expert guidance --- A diverse corps of respected attorneys and education professionals offers insights into handling education issues, from serving students with autism to modifying IEPs without another meeting.
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