AED 222 Channeling Students Into Special Services

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Special Services 1 Responsibility of Special Services Channeling Students into Special Services AED 222 University of Phoenix Online Nnenia Hill October 3, 2010 After determining that a student is in need of special services, there are many individuals that play a key role in getting the student into the special services program. Those people that are involved in the placement of the student is the regular education teachers, special education teacher, school psychologist, due process coordinator and school intervention coordinator ( Michelle Crane, 2010). Crane also says, “These individuals schedule an IEP meeting after the
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Special Services 2 completion of an evaluation of the student and will then send an invitation letter to the parents of the student to attend the IEP meeting”. Once this has taken place, someone has to write the IEP on the student. Mrs. Avery, who is the Special Education department head at a local high school says, “The due process coordinator along with a regular education teacher of the student and the psychologist will give
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2011 for the course AED 222 taught by Professor Kitchens during the Fall '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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