We’re taking a look back this week to see which posts have been getting the most traffic in the last several months on the Wrightslaw Way Blog.
Find the topics everyone wants to read about!
#1. Getting Help for a Child with a Behavior Disorder
#2. Q & As from Wrightslaw: Accommodations – IEPs
#3. Special Education: NOT the Resource Room, the Classroom in the Trailer, or the Special School Across Town
#4. Retention or Promotion? What’s best for my child?
#5. When Schools Punish Sick Children Who Miss School: A Game Plan
#6. Child is Disrupting My Class – What Can I Do?
#7. Legal Developments & Cases: Behavior Problems – School Refuses to Help?
#8. Have You Checked Out the Yellow Pages for Kids Website Lately?
#9. Dyslexia: TEACHER SAYS RTI, NO IEP FOR DYSLEXIA
#10. IEP Compliance: TEACHER REFUSING TO GIVE ACCOMMODATIONS
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I am a SPED Teacher and a super fan of using Google Suites. However, my school is not allowing their SPED Teachers to use Google Suites to record any data because it is in “violation of SPED laws”. I am trying to research what SPED law, policy or procedure outlines this violation (for my own professional development). Please advise. Thanks in advance!
I am guessing that the issue has to do with confidentiality, but I am not familiar with Google Suites. It may be that student records would be available to people who have no reason to see them. A school attorney would be a good source on this.
My kids had to learn to use Google Suites, Google docs, etc. and that was helpful as they went into college as such was used in those settings or similar platforms. I can only speak for those kids in special ed who are tracking towards college–the use of Google Suites, etc. is very important in the technological age. I wonder how and in what ways it is is being used that causes concern for your school.