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Circulation: 98,175
ISSN: 1538-320
January 6, 2015

Quick Picks January 2015: Special Education FAQs

FAQsIn this issue of the Special Ed Advocate Wrightslaw provides answers to frequently asked questions, directs you to specific sections in IDEA 2004, the Federal Regulations, and offers additional resources for more information.

We've listed the questions by topic, so you can quickly pick the ones you need.

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Allergies and Anaphylaxis

Is a 504 the correct way to document what is needed to allow a food allergic child access to a FAPE?

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Q & As about Food Allergies, Individual Health Care Plans, Section 504 and ADA from Pete Wright.


Editor's Choice: Bullying

I learned that teachers were bullying my son. How should I approach the school? What should I do?

Find out what to do When Teachers Bully.

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IEP Team Members

The school says my child's doctor cannot attend the IEP meeting? Is this right?

Can an Outside Professional Be Part of the IEP Team?


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