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1. Student 2. Public 3. Profession (Colleagues)
1. State Board of education 2. School board - set policies and meet *School advisory Council - develops an improvement plan for a school 3. Commissioner of education *Education Practice Commission.
The Florida Statutes are the codified, statutory laws of Florida; it currently has 48 titles. A chapter in the Florida Statutes represents all of the relevant statutory law on a particular subject.
This impacts the progression of disability and/or development of secondary disabling conditions
The Preferred outcome of adapted physical education is to provide
The growing number of children requiring special education intervention is related to high rates of
An observable behavior due to experience that cannot be attributed to anything else
Behaviorism, Cognitive, Humanist, Constructive
External events causes changes in behavior that can be observed
staff the hospitals that operated the education programs.
Mary Adelaide Nutting
Desirability of establishing schools of nursing within academic settings
IDEA - Individuals with Disabilities Education Act: Legislation that ensures students with a disability are provided with Free Appropriate Public Education that is tailored to their individual needs. ADA - Americans with Disabilities Act: protects any individual with a disability against forms of discrimination 504 - Automatically protects children who receive sp ed services under IDEA (with diabetes, AIDS, cancer, ADHD, ODD, etc) - IEP (Individualized Education Program, procedural due process, and nondiscriminatory assessment)
Every Student Succeeds Act - The law replaced its predecessor, the No Child Left Behind Act, and modified but did not eliminate provisions relating to the periodic standardized tests given to students
to protect the rights of parents and students in regards to educational records, privacy, and confidentiality -- hint Family Education and Rights Privacy Act
a set of letters representing a word
Individualized Education Plan, a document that describes the needs and services of a special education student
Individualized Transition Plan, a guide to help families, schools, and students plan for the students future.
b. Professionals are in agreement about the extent to which technology can and should be used.
a. developing IEPs for all students who need them.
b. it is assumed that the general education teacher's instruction is evidence-based and of high quality.
1. Up to age 7, all children were cared for by women 2. All small children worked 3. Children participated in family religious rituals 4. Had games & toys (yo-yo, hoop, doll)
1. Girls train to become mothers and wives 2. Lower class boys learn their father's trade 3. Upper class boys go to school
Education was about personal interaction & observation of adults rather than formal education
certain students do poorly because their teachers do not think they will do well because of their racial or ethnic background.
are coming out at an earlier age than ever before