A. Ask the parents to b

A. Ask the parents to b - professional obligation to ensure...

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A. Ask the parents to bring a family member who speaks both languages. B. Request that the school administrator hire a translator. C. Learn to say some basic greetings in the parents' first language. D. Provide a dictionary for the parents to use.  Correct Response: B. This question requires the examinee to apply knowledge of effective strategies for communicating and collaborating with students with disabilities and their parents/guardians. The parents/guardians of a student with a disability are considered to be key members of the student's Individualized Education Program (IEP) team. In order to collaborate effectively with parents/guardians whose preferred language is not English, a special educator must be able to communicate with them. In the scenario provided, the special education teacher has a
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Unformatted text preview: professional obligation to ensure that a professional translator or interpreter is available to attend the meeting to ensure clear, accessible communication. ?? According to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA), which of the following steps must take place before a student can be evaluated for special education services? A. The student's general education teacher must submit a list of assessments to include in the evaluation. B. A school administrator must allocate funding for the evaluation to take place. C. The student's parents/guardians must give written permission for the evaluation. D. An independent psychologist must review the referral information and determine that an evaluation is necessary....
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