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Unformatted text preview: NCATE Dispositions • Two that we always remember: – BELIEVE ALL CHILDREN CAN LEARN – SOCIAL EQUITY AND JUSTICE NCATE Dispositions • Two that we always remember: – 1? – 2? Discipline • Discipline – When there is order among pupils so learning can take place without competition from unproductive factors – It is a system of rules for conduct and a mechanism for ensuring that conduct codes are followed • For learning and success to occur, a system of order must be in place. • This system must establish parameters for acceptable student behavior • This system must provide consequences for appropriate and inappropriate behavior • This system is achieved when we strive to practice principles of effective discipline General Rules Of Discipline • All students are entitled to certain rights. • Students with disabilities are treated like all other children until the end of the tenth day of suspension. • All students are entitled to certain rights . This was established as a result of the Goss v. Lopez case. – Goss v. Lopez Requirements • This was an Ohio case that was decided upon by the Supreme Court in January, 1975 • When a school district contemplates a short-term suspension for any child (with or without disabilities), the school must provide these 3 things: • Oral or written notice of charges to student and parents • An explanation of the evidence the school authorities have • An opportunity for the student to present his/her explanation of the incident. Discipline Procedure • School districts can remove a student with disabilities for a maximum of 10 cumulative school days per school year without providing FAPE. – 10 school days, per school year, per school district Discipline Procedure • Students with disabilities can be suspended more than 10 days but are entitled to receive FAPE on the 11 th day. • School personnel may order removal for less than 10 consecutive school days per school year for any violation • School personnel may order additional removals of less than 10 consecutive school days in the same school year for separate incidents as long as those removals do not compromise a change of placement. • When the removals exceed 10 school days in the same year, during any subsequent removal days of removal, services must be provided. Discipline Procedure • For suspensions beyond 10 school days – The student’s IEP team must determine the need to conduct a FBA and develop a BIP and document the need for the decision if a FBA will not be conducted. • The obligation to conduct a FBA or to review an existing BIP is linked only to situations that constitute a “change of placement” • If there is an existing behavior intervention plan, the IEP team must consider what revisions may be needed. • IDEA adds new authority for school personnel concerning “change of placement” • School personnel may consider any unique circumstances on a case-by-case basis when determining whether to order a change of placement for a child with disabilities who violates a code of conduct •...
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This note was uploaded on 06/18/2011 for the course SPE 3600 taught by Professor Frankmullins during the Spring '11 term at E. Illinois.

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