[2014] Burgerdc: Issues in Special Education

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[2014] Burgerdc: Issues in Special Education

1) Learning Disabilities and High Stakes Tests2) Failure to Identify Students with Disabilities at an Early Stage3) More than just Special Education Teachers at IEP Meetings4) Classroom Disruptions due to Behavioral Problems5) Inability to Learn to due Numerous Absences in School

* A student who is frequently absent poses a great threat to the possibility of success and risks failing the course. * Public schools are required by law to accommodate the health needs of students.* Educators must make every reasonable attempt to accommodate students or provide a tutoring program so that these students do not fall behind.

* All school districts are required to identify, locate, and evaluate all children with disabilities* Unfortunately, many times requests to review a child’s performance and abilities get pushed aside or swept under the rug due to the subjective nature of these evaluations

* IDEA states that the following individuals must be present for IEP .* Some educators choose to skip out on this integral and vital process for various reasons, whicht is the basis for student success.

* Students with learning disabilities are required to participate in state high stakes.*Certain accommodations can certainly be made based on an IEP in order to provide a path to success within high stakes testing.

3) More than just Special Education Teachers at IEP meetings

Issues in SPecial Eduation

By Dustin Burger

Issues at a Glance

2) Failure to identify Students with disabilities at an early stage

1) Learning Disabilities and High Stakes Tests

5) Inability to Learn to due Numerous Absences in School

* Unfortunately, some students that are classified as emotionally disturbed have a difficult time succeeding in the regular education classroom. * Teachers and administrators often look to blame the child or even the parents for the state of health the child is in, instead of looking into what should be done in order to heal the child and correct the behavioral issue.

4) Classroom Disruptions due to Behavioral Problems


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