Special Education4-16-11[1]resent

Special Education4-16-11[1]resent - Special Education 1...

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Special Education 1 Special Education is a kind of education that gives hope to individuals with disabilities, particularly to children. There are a lot of children in the world, mainly in developing countries who are in need of Special Education. It is the education of students with special needs , which addresses the student’s individual differences and requirements. These students go through a series of evaluations to determine their level of needs. Many parents of children with special needs aren’t aware of the process that it takes to find out if a child is or isn’t eligible for special educational service. Below, I will not only discuss the process for a child to be considered for these services, but also what a person will need in order to teach these students. Although, all students have the same guidelines, students with special need receive extra help, which allows them to succeed in their education. There are steps that have to be taken in the special education process. The first step is to have an initial referral for special education services. The students who are assumed of a disability are referred to a multidisciplinary group called the Committee of Special Education or the Committee of Preschool Special Education. The second step is the Individual Evaluation Process. Students are given an evaluation that will determine their abilities and needs. The next step is determining if the student is eligible for special educational services. In this process the committee of special
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Special Education 2 education utilizes the results from the evaluation to determine if the child is eligible for any or all special educational services and programs. If a child is determined to be eligible, the Committee will then develop and implement an appropriate Individualized Educational Plan, based on the results of the evaluation that will meet the needs of the child. The final step is when the IEP is reviewed and modified, if needed, based on the student’s improvement. Parents can request a referral from the school district. The child’s teacher or a professional in the student’s school can also make a referral to the Committee as well as people who may compose a referral include doctors or a designated individuals in a public agency. A referral is a written declaration asking that the school district evaluate the child to decide if he or she needs special educational services. In some cases, you may want to meet with the principal before agreeing to test your child to discuss other ways to assist your child. As a result, the referral may be withdrawn. If a child already receives services through the Early Intervention Program and is in need of special educational services, he or she will need to change from the Early Intervention Program into the preschool special education program. The CPSE must be
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Special Education 3 notified in writing by the Early Intervention official from your county that the child may be transitioning from the Early Intervention Program. A transition plan must be developed no later
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This note was uploaded on 07/29/2011 for the course CGD 218 taught by Professor Comanor during the Spring '10 term at Ashford University.

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