Test 1 Review - Chapter 2 placement classes that provide...

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Chapter 2 placement – classes that provide acceleration opportunities allowing students to graduate before their chronological peers Special education – programs and instruction for children with physical, mental, emotional, or learning disabilities or gifted students who need special educational services in order to achieve at their ability level. Zero reject – no child with disabilities may be denied a free, appropriate public education. Nondiscriminatory education – children with disabilities must be fairly asses, so that they can be protected from inappropriate classification and tracking. Appropriate education - children have the right to an education involving the accurate diagnosis of individual needs, as well as responsive programs keyed to those needs. Least-Restrictive Environment – protects children with disabilities from being inappropriately segregated from their age-group peers. Mainstreaming – placing special needs students in regular classroom settings for at least
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This note was uploaded on 05/28/2008 for the course EDUC 2110 taught by Professor Paine during the Spring '08 term at Valdosta State University .

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