In This Issue ...
May 1, 2012
Did you know...?
- Your state has it's own guidance & criteria on ESY
- Determination about ESY is a team decision
- ESY cannot be limited to particular categories of disability or types of service
In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate, you will learn more about the legal requirements for ESY, how federal courts describe different standards to consider, and what to do if you have a disagreement with the school about ESY services. You will also find help making summer learning plans for your child.
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What Will Your Child Do This Summer? Gearing Up for Camp & Summer Learning
Find information on summer planning, choosing an activity to fit your child's needs, and special programs at Youth Programs and Summer Camps.
Tutoring sessions are another way to help your child learn during the summer. Find tutors and tutoring programs on your state Yellow Pages for Kids.