Back to school on civil rights: advancing the federal commitment to leave no child behind
This official study examines more than 20 years of Federal monitoring and enforcement of compliance with Part B of the Individual with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) with a view towards ensuring the rights of the disabled to a quality education. It includes recommendations to the President and Congress to strengthen IDEA.
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The Complete IEP Guide: How to Advocate for Your Special Ed Child
Lawrence M. Siegel
Limited preview - 2009
The Law the ComplianceEnforcement Scheme and the Context
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administrators advocacy Aids/Services Standard Annual Report appropriate public education Approval of LEA Available to Extent Based on IEP children with disabilities civil rights Complaint Management compliance monitoring Compliance No Information compliance with IDEA Congress Continuum Available Correction of Deficiencies Day No Information Department of Education Department of Justice Education/Program Options Available enforcement actions ensure compliance failed to ensure FAPE free appropriate public funds Identifying Deficiencies implementation Individualized Education Program Information Continuum issues Jane West Lacking Complete Method LEA Applications least restrictive environment LRE Noncompliance Method for Identifying Method to Determine monitoring and enforcement monitoring process monitoring reports Nonacademic & Extracurricular Noncompliant Meeting Notice Noncompliant Office of Special OSEP found OSEP's parents Protection in Evaluation Recommendation related services Resolved within 60 school district Secretarial Review Segregated School Visited self-advocacy Special Education Programs Special Education/Program Options Statement of Needed students with disabilities technical assistance U.S. Department