Individualized Instruction
Who is Responsible for Providing FAPE?

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ISSN: 1538-320
October 31, 2017

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If you have a child with a disability, your child is entitled to FAPE under the IDEA. What does this mean? Your child will receive a:

  • free appropriate public education (FAPE)
  • in the least restrictive environment (LRE)

In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate you will learn about the legal concept of FAPE, who is responsible for providing a free, appropriate public education and what the courts have said about how it is delivered.

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Legal Concept of FAPE - Individualized Instruction

So who is responsible for providing FAPE?

Pete and Pam provide answers to your questions about how to determine if your child's IEP is appropriate and provides FAPE.


Endrew F. - Progress, Growth, and Full Integration

U.S. Supreme Court says, IDEA demands more. A focus on the particular child is at the core of the IDEA.

An adequate IEP and FAPE... turns on the unique circumstances of the child for whom it was created.


What the Law Requires

In order to provide FAPE, the law requires schools to provide services that are individualized to meet the unique needs of each child.

Individualized instruction is not "One-Size-Fits All."


SCOTUS Clarifies Educational Benefit

Endrew F. v. Douglas Sch. Dist. RE-1: U.S. Supreme Court clarifies questions about educational benefit under IDEA.

Wrightslaw: Special Education Legal Developments & Cases 2016, page 42.

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