Education Capstone Checkpoint

Education Capstone - l zxcvbnmqwer t Educational Capstone Checkpoint M rs Nanez AED 222 Elizabeth Carlson A fter learning of the special

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Unformatted text preview: l zxcvbnmqwer t yuiopasdfghjklzxcvbn Educational Capstone Checkpoint M rs. Nanez AED 222 4/28/2011 Elizabeth Carlson A fter learning of the special educational over the last eight weeks, I find that t he system of America has both strengths and weaknesses. What I found to be the s trengths is how they have many federal laws to protect students who have special needs. These laws are a great way of giving students what they need to learn p roperly. Were i t not for all those people who stood up for the special needs students, t hey might not have had the help that they receive today. Another strength I find is t hat most of the time students with disabilities have a better support system due to w hat is going on with them. When I say supportive system I mean an educator who actually cares and the parents. Sometimes there are other supportive systems that help students with disabili ties such as therapist, aides when available, and other faculty members. When I think about the American educational system, I find the weakness to be that a lot of the time, educators are scared to push students with disabilities to see where there potential may be or even to see how well they have progressed with w hat they are learning. Furthermore, another weakness I discovered would be that t here are too many loop holes in our educational system. What I mean by this is t hat our educational system does not want to provide the proper assistants to educators to help educated students with disabilities. For example states are cutting help and taking benefits away from students who may actually need it. I see more and more educators who do not care what happens to students with special needs. If we learn more about our students needs, educators could become p henomenon to the educational system. ...
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This note was uploaded on 07/09/2011 for the course AED 222 taught by Professor Kitchens during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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Education Capstone - l zxcvbnmqwer t Educational Capstone Checkpoint M rs Nanez AED 222 Elizabeth Carlson A fter learning of the special

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