AED-222-Assignment-Channeling-Students-into-Special-Services Week7

AED-222-Assignment-Channeling-Students-into-Special-Services Week7

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Special Services for Students AED 222 University of Phoenix Axia College Cynthia Collins
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(SPED) program. In order for this to happen a teacher has to know the student well and be the student’s advocate. This teacher then initiates sequence of steps in order to get the student into the SPED program. First a letter must be drafted and sent to the school counselor. The letter outlines the particular strengths and weaknesses of the child. The letter would then explain why the student needs enrollment in SPED. The letter is forwarded to the school principal and then on to the county school district administration. Here the letter is reviewed in detail. The administration looks carefully at the child’s list of difficulties in order to ascertain whether or not a SPED program is necessary. During this time the parents are also allowed review the letter. After the letter is reviewed by the county school district administration the child will be evaluated if necessary. A specialist is assigned and a time, place, and date are set for the specialist to evaluate the child. The parents are kept in the loop at all times.
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