Friday, July 11, 2014

Special Education & Disabilities

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A View from the Federal Appellate Docket: A Snapshot of Cases Impacting Public Schools, Authored By: Francisco Negron, Date Published: 10/30/2008, Page Count: 23, Product#: 270922
A snapshot of the federal school law appellate docket. This article was presented at the 2008 School Law Practice Seminar.
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An Analysis of the Impact NCLB May Have on Placement Decisions Under the IDEA, Authored By: Keeney, Melanie Gurley, Date Published: 4/1/2004, Page Count: 14, Product#: 38314
Examines the impact of No Child Left Behind’s provisions on the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act’s mandates related to the provision of FAPE and LRE and addresses what may be viewed as a dramatic shift in the “swing of the pendulum” related to the extent special needs students will be mainstreamed.
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Balancing the New IDEA and NCLB Testing Requirements, IEP Development under the New IDEA, What all School Attorneys Need to Know--and Do!, Authored By: Freedman, Miriam Kurtzig, Date Published: 5/1/2007, Page Count: 38, Product#: 40676
Policies, procedures, practical suggestions, and relevant cases for the new IDEA and NCLB testing requirements and IEP development.
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Conflicts in the Circuits: What is the Standard for Mainstreaming and Inclusion?, Authored By: Keith, James A., Date Published: 4/1/2003, Page Count: 10, Product#: 38315
Discusses the concepts of mainstreaming and inclusion in regard to the “least restrictive environment” (LRE) provisions of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and how courts apply the LRE requirement.
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Dealing with Parents of Children with Autism, Authored By: D. Bennett and Emma Willhoite, Date Published: 10/10/2013, Page Count: 24, Product#: 285642
As a school board attorney and father of a profoundly autistic son, the author shares his perspective on the miscommunications and conflicts that often arise in the development of IEPs for children with autism. Educators, administrators and attorneys approach the IEP process with a deep understanding of the law and pedagogy, and a deep desire to see that the needs of the child are met. The child’s parents come to the process with a deep understanding of their child, and unique burdens; they can have serious misconceptions regarding the goals and objectives of educators. Very often, therefore, educators and parents seem to be discussing different issues and pursuing different goals.
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Defining Equal Opportunity in School-Sponsored Extracurricular Activities and Athletics, Authored By: Lawrence Giordano and Samuel Jackson, Date Published: 10/11/2013, Page Count: 34, Product#: 285656
This paper explores the mixed messages contained in the DOE's OCR guidance for schools to provide students with disabilities an equal opportunity for participation in extracurricular activities and sports and in public statements by OCR officials, note NSBA’s request for clarification, and identify potential issues that schools will encounter as they attempt to comply.
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Disciplining Students with Disabilities: The Special Education Director's Perspective and the School Attorney's Perspective, Authored By: Edward A. Sullivan and Amy M. Steketee, Date Published: 5/19/2009, Page Count: 14, Product#: 272457
Learn creative and practical solutions to questions and concerns that commonly arise regarding removals and changes of placement, manifestation determination, interim alternative placements, appeals, and disciplining students not yet qualified for IDEA.
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Disciplining the Disabled Student: Balancing the Rights of Special Education Students with Those of Others , Authored By: Sherry Culves and Canon Hill, Date Published: 10/10/2013, Page Count: 56, Product#: 285645
Using real life scenarios, this paper discusses how to implement a defensible special education discipline procedure that may or may not result in a change of placement, taking into account the needs of the school community in addition to the rights of the disabled child.
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Education Law Cases 2005-2006, Authored By: Burns, Tom and Soronen, Lisa, Date Published: 12/14/2006, Page Count: 157, Product#: 39660
This reference book compiles summaries of selected education law cases from August 2005 through July 2006. Presented in topical format, it includes cases from the U.S. Supreme Court, federal appellate and district courts and state supreme and appellate courts. Case summaries are grouped by court under broad topics such as employment, student rights, curriculum, and religion. Topical and alphabetical tables of cases are provided.
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Education Law Cases 2006-2007, Authored By: COSA, Date Published: 9/17/2007, Page Count: 131, Product#: 41599
This reference book compiles summaries of selected education law cases from August 2006 through July 2007. Meant as an overview, it is not a comprehensive education law reporter, but rather a review of cases selected because of their importance to practitioners of school law. The summaries focus on the facts and the courts’ rationale and do not offer commentary or analysis. Presented in a topical format, this publication includes cases from the U.S. Supreme Court, federal appellate and district courts, and state supreme and appellate courts. Case summaries are grouped by court under broad topics such as employment, student rights, liability, and religion. Some case summaries appear in more than one topic. Topical and alphabetical tables of cases are provided to assist the reader in finding particular cases.
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