Unformatted text preview: • How students progress will be measured 3. Least Restrictive Environment (LRE): educating students with disabilities with their non-disabled peer to the maximum extent appropriate • LRE suggests preference for students education alongside non-disabled peers, also should occur when appropriate 4. Nondiscriminatory Assessment • School districts must provide procedures not to be racial or cultural discriminatory, administered in child’s native language or mode of communication, no single procedure shall be the sole criterion • Multidisciplinary Assessment: Trained personnel from several disciplines, professional contributes according to their own specialty area. 5. Due Process: Provides constitutional guarantees • Parental safeguard: giving consent in writing (before the child is evaluated) • Involvement: participate on committee of the evaluation, placement, and programs for the child...
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- Spring '12
- Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Individualized Education Program, appropriate public education, Alexandra Nass, Nondiscriminatory Assessment