EDUC 088 Notes

EDUC 088 Notes - EDUC 088 Notes Fall 2007 27 August 2007...

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EDUC 088 Notes – Fall 2007 27 August 2007 *Read Chapter 1 by September 10 *Group A Catherine Curley (262-442-0160) and Gwen Zupan (262-844-9810) (Early 1800’s) Jean Marc Itard and “wild child” Victor (Mid 1800’s) Common schools First schools for the blind, deaf, and cognitive disabilities These were private boarding schools (1846) Moral Treatment and Hygiene of Idiots and Backwards Children , the first educational treatise, was written (1865) Civil War ends, education expands (1876) AAMR founded (1870-1880) School population grows from 7.6million to 12.7 million Segregation of Whites, African American, and Native American first recorded (1980-1930) Children go to school part-time so they can work in the Industrial Revolution (1919) US Supreme Court justifies excluding a boy with cerebral palsy from the common school system (1930) NAACP start to gather evidence that segregated school were not equal (1950) Brown v. Board of Education (1954) “Separate educational facilities are inherently unequal” (1960’s-70’s) Permissive Education case by case basis of children with special needs are allowed education (**1973) Vocational Rehabitation Law passed Defines “handicapped” and “appropriate education” (1974) Educational Amendment act passed Federal funding for gifted and talented programs. Families have the right to due process in the educational process. (**1975)
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Education for All Handicapped Children Act passed (PL 94-142) for ages 5yo-18yo. This requires the state to provide free and appropriate education. It also requires IEP’s for students and first defines LRE (Lease Restrictive Environment) (1986) PL 94-142 expanded to form PL 99-457. This extends to include children ages 3-4 for Early Intervention programs (**1990) Americans with Disabilities Act (PL 101-336) redefines the definition of disability to include AIDS as well as to fight for equal employment for all. IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act) – Renames and replaces PL 94-142. Has a “people first” language and adds (1) autism and (2) traumatic brain injury to the disabilities list. It also requires bilingual disability education and added transition to employment programs for ages 16-21. (1997) IDEA Amendments (PL 105-17) (2002) No Child Left Behind Act makes the schools accountable for it’s educational results, thus providing freedom for each state in how to spend educational funding. It is said to support proven methods in education and it provides more choices for the parents of students. 3 September 2007 No Notes (Labor Day) 10 September 2007 PL 94 – 142 Education for all Handicapped Children For individuals ages 5yo-18yo. This requires the state to provide free and appropriate education. It also requires IEP’s (Individual Educational Plan)for students and first defines LRE (Lease Restrictive Environment). PL 101-336
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