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Circulation: 93,558
ISSN: 1538-320
January 14, 2014

Quick Picks January 2014: Special Education FAQs

happy kindergarten kids with teacherIn 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, or NCLB and offers additional resources for more information.

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

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Diplomas & Transition Planning

My child is getting ready for 9th grade. She has an IEP. The school suggested we put her in the certificate program. Is this a good idea?

Answer: Certificate Program v. Regular Diploma - No Way!

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Editor's Choice: Behavior

A child has been “kicked out of” two preschool programs for behavior problems. He has not been tested by the local school district. They refuse to offer him services because of his behavior. Is this child eligible for any special ed services?

Answer: 4 year Old with Behavior Problems: Eligible for Special Ed?

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Evaluations & Test Scores

My son's test scores are dropping and the school doesn't care. How can I measure his progress or lack of it? What can I do?

Answer: Test Scores Dropping, School Doesn't Care - What Can I Do?


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