2 Written questions
2 Multiple choice questions
- Term is a civil rights law prohibiting discrimination against individuals with disabilities by federally assisted programs or activities. Eligibility for protection under term is not restricted to school-aged children; it covers individuals from birth to death. (year=1973)
- Term is a federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of a person's disability for all services, programs, and activities provided or made available by state and local governments. The term is not dependent on the receipt of federal funds.
2 True/False questions
IDEA (Individuals With Disabilities Act) → Term is a federal statue made up of several grant programs to states in educating students with disabilities. The term specifically lists types of disabilities and conditions that render a child entitled to special education.
Public Law 94-142: a free and appropriate education to all handicapped students
Due Process → An term is a written plan for a student with disabilities developed by a team of professionals (teachers, special educators, school psychologists, and so on) and the child's parents or caregivers. An term is based on a multidisciplinary team's evaluation (MDT) of the chold and describes how the child is doing presently, what the child's learning needs are, and what services the child will need. Terms are reviewed and updated yearly. (They are required under Public Law 94-142, IDEA.)