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children who care for themselves after school
any unwanted remark, behavior, or touch that has sexual content
Repeated, systematic efforts to inflict harm through physical, verbal, or social attack on another person.
using electronic media to harass or intimidate other students
School policies calling for automatic suspension or expulsion of students for certain offenses.
students at risk
students in danger of not completing school or not acquiring the education they need to be successful citizens
schools that serve as family resource centers to provide a range of social and health services
the knowledge, beliefs, customs, and values of a group of people
a person's ancestry and the way people identify themselves with the nation from which they or their ancestors came.
strategies used to accommodate cultural differences in teaching and learning.
a process of socializing people so that they adopt the dominant social norms and patterns of behavior.
Students whose primary language is not English and who have yet to achieve proficiency in English
behavior that shows favoritism toward one gender over the other
A generalized belief about a group of people
learning or emotional needs that result in students' requiring special help to succeed and reach their full potential
gifted and talented
learners with abilities at the upper end of the continuum who require support beyond general education classroom instruction to reach their full potential
the ability to acquire and apply knowledge and skills
the ability to perceive, understand, manage, and use emotions
an individual's preferred or optimal method of acquiring new information
Practice of placing students with exceptionalities in general education classrooms.
individual education program
a document that describes a child's disability and the scope of services that will be provided to help the child receive an appropriate education in the least restrictive environment
A comprehensive approach to educating students with exceptionalities that advocates a total, systematic, and coordinated web of services.
difficulties in acquiring and using listening, speaking, reading, writing, reasoning or mathematical abilities.
disorders that interfere with students' ability to receive and understand information from others or to express their own ideas or questions
(formerly referred to as mental retardation) a condition of limited mental ability, indicated by an intelligence score of 70 or below and difficulty in adapting to the demands of life; varies from mild to profound.
the display of serious and persistent age-inappropriate behaviors that result in social conflict, personal unhappiness, or school failure
providing richer and varied content through strategies that supplement usual grade-level work.
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