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Unformatted text preview: True or False? 1. FALSE In the Mooney reading, Jonathan always felt like he wanted to connect with other people with disabilities. 2. TRUE FAPE means Free Appropriate Public Education. 3. TRUE If a student is diabetic, she can get a 504 Plan. Short answer: 4. Give a brief definition or example of "LAE" in special education. LRE= Least Restrictive Environment. Examples include (not limited to): Inclusive classrooms General education classrooms with push in services General education classrooms with pull out services Segregated special education rooms (resource rooms) Residential schools 5. What are two ways that 504 plans are different from IEPs? (each count as 1 point) An IEP is for students with disabilities that impact their education. A 504 Plan is for students with health impairments that do not significantly impact education and may be temporary. An IEP covers students with disabilities in Prek- 12" grade while a 504 Plan covers a student in college (provided the school receives federal funding). 6. Describe two special features in the Meyer, Rose, & Gordon reading that you couldn't have with a printed book. You will need to explore this online book on your own to determine special features. See Blackboard for the appropriate link....
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