Landmark Case Honig v. Doe

Landmark Case Honig v. Doe

21 August 0

Landmark Case Law Review: Honig v. Doe ESE603: Law and Ethics in Special Education It can be quite a challenge when dealing with students with special needs especially those who have emotional behaviors along with their disability. Finding ways to help deescalate the situation is often beneficial. Coming up with a plan prior to an […]

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Procedural Safeguards and Parents Bill of Rights

Procedural Safeguards and Parents Bill of Rights

21 August 0

Procedural Safeguards ESE603: Law and Ethics in Special Education When students have a disability they have the right to receive an appropriate education as well as receive an IEP if their evaluation deems necessary. Sometimes we focus solely on the student’s needs, but the parent’s needs are equally as important. Learning that their child has […]

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When the IEP Team Meets

When the IEP Team Meets

21 August 0

When the IEP Team Meets ESE603: Law and Ethics in Special Education What is an IEP? An Individualized Education Plan (IEP) is a written document that is created to help students with disabilities. It is a guideline that is established for the student to succeed and is tailored toward each student’s individual needs. It describes […]

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Case Analysis- Board of Education of the Hendrick Hudson Central School District v. Rowley

Case Analysis- Board of Education of the Hendrick Hudson Central School District v. Rowley

21 August 0

Case Analysis: Board of Education of the Hendrick Hudson Central School District v. Rowley ESE603: Law and Ethics in Special Education Case Analysis: Board of Education of the Hendrick Hudson Central School District v. Rowley It is that time of year! Summer is over and it is time for school to start back. It can […]

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Six Principles of IDEA

Six Principles of IDEA

21 August 0

Six Principles of IDEA ESE603: Law and Ethics in Special Education Then and Now Before 1975, students with disabilities have not received the appropriate education they have deserved. They were excluded from school and discriminated against because of their disability. Over the years, there have been laws that were put into place to serve those […]

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Rachel Holland v. Sacramento City School District – PowerPoint Presentation

Rachel Holland v. Sacramento City School District – PowerPoint Presentation

21 August 0

Rachel Holland v. Sacramento City School District ESE603: Laws and Ethics in Special Education Summary of Court Case Rachel Holland was an eleven year old girl that was intellectually disabled. The school wanted Rachel to spend half her day in a special education classroom for academics and the other half the day in a general […]

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