Don't Drop the Ball on ESY
Summer Camps & Summer Learning

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Circulation: 88,937
ISSN: 1538-320
May 1, 2012

teacher with two students in classDid 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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Our ESY Services Never Happened Last Summer!

My child was to receive ESY services, but none were provided during the summer. She regressed in all of her motor skills. What can we do?

Don't let history repeat itself. Find out what you can do if the school drops the ball on ESY.

Get a backup plan for your child’s ESY services this summer.

 

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The Regression-Recoupment Myth

Beware! If...

  • the team tells you they only use a “regression-recoupment” formula to determine eligibility for ESY
  • that ESY services are not available for children in your child’s disability category

Do your own research on Extended School Year Services (ESY).

Learn what the Courts have said about ESY.

 

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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.

Wrightslaw Yellow Pages for Kids with DisabilitiesTutoring sessions are another way to help your child learn during the summer. Find tutors and tutoring programs on your state Yellow Pages for Kids.

 

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