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Impact of IDEA on Public Education [Shared]
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Policy Issues and School Law: Global Perspective
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Raimondo, B. (2010). Deaf Children with Disabilities: Rights under the IDEA. Odyssey: New Directions in Deaf Education, 11(1), 10-14.
Zirkel, P. (2006). What does the Law Say? TEACHING Exceptional Children, 39(5), 65-67.
Zirkel, P. (2015). Special Education Law: Illustrative Basics and Nuances of Key IDEA Components. Teacher Education and Special Education: The Journal of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, 38(4), 263-75. doi:10.1177/0888406415575377
What is the IDEA?
According to special education law, any child is able to receive the IDEA protection if his / her disability falls under one or even more of 13 precise categories
This special education law has the major impact on public education systems and special education for deaf children.
The IDEA requires that public schools provide specialized services to all children with special needs (from birth to age 21)
What is the IEP?
What is the (NCLB) Act
Free Appropriate Public Education
Least Restrictive Environment
Parent and Student Participation
Regina Howell Elementary School