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Assignment 2.1 IEP Process 1Week Two Assignment 2.1 IEP ProcessSPD 616 - Law, Collaboration, and TransitionNational University
Assignment 2.1 IEP Process 2Non-Collaborative Unsuccessful Meeting SummaryA five person IEP meeting took place regarding Reed. This was the second IEP meeting taking place for Reed. The meeting included Reed’s parents, Joe and Gail Frassetta. Bruce Goldstein, the director of special education of the school district. Sue Griebler, a first grade teacher at Jones Elementary, and Virginia Stern, a speech pathologist from Kennedy School. In the meeting, no relevant information about Reed was shared regarding age and grade. Bruce Goldstein wants to place Reed in the Kennedy School which is designed for students with hearing disabilities. The only thing that was mentioned about Reed’s disability is that he has a communication disorder, a language delay of 18 months. Bruce Goldstein states that they are concerned that with an 18 months delay, Reed will be going into a regular classroom full day. There was nothing mentioned about the main areas in which the disability impaired Reed’s ability to fully participate in general education. Current placement was discussed which is the Kennedy School. The discussion of Kennedy School was not in detail. The school is designed for kids who are deaf and with hearingloss. The speech language pathologist from Kennedy mentioned that 55 students attend the school with some type of communication disorder but did not detail the programs the students were in. There was never a conversation about the percentage of the day students participate in general education, or areas in which students are included in general education. It was mentionedthat Reed may be in the regular classroom in the morning or half a day, then in the afternoon he will be in a separate classroom with Virginia Stern receiving services for his disability. The description of the school Reed is going to attend was discussed but in vague detail. For both the Kennedy and Jones Elementary, no description on the geographical area of the school was mentioned. No discussion regarding the number of students enrolled in the school for
Assignment 2.1 IEP Process 3Jones, or grades served. SES was not discussed, nor the ethnic makeup of the school. Definitely no discussion regarding the school wide performance and API scores. Parents want Reed to be in the regular classroom with a full time aid and also want 3 therapy sessions a week with a pathologist. Compliant and Successful IEP SummaryA five person IEP meeting took place regarding Reed. This was the second IEP meeting taking place for Reed. The meeting is being reconvened due to issues that were not resolved suchas programs and services. The meeting included Reed’s parents, Joe and Gail Frassetta. Bruce Goldstein, the director of special education of the school district. Sue Griebler, a first grade teacher at Jones Elementary, and Virginia Stern, a speech pathologist from Kennedy School.