Special Education Advocacy

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LexisNexis, 2011 - Children with disabilities - 703 pages
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Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS
SUMMARY OF CONTENTS
RETAINERS
General Overview of Parents Concerns
Observing the Student
CLIENT COUNSELING
PROCEDURAL SAFEGUARDS NOTICE
EDUCATIONAL EVALUATIONS AND ASSESSMENTS Ruth Colker
ACHIEVING SCHOOL STABILITY
STANDARDS FOR EDUCATING CHILDREN IN OUTOFHOME CARE
ANSWERING THE DUE PROCESS COMPLAINT
EXPEDITED DUE PROCESS COMPLAINTS
REMEDIES Yael Zakai Cannon
STATE COMPLAINTS
REIMBURSEMENT FOR OTHER SERVICES
ATTORNEYS FEES

CATEGORIES OF DISABILITIES
DEFINITIONS
PLANNING FOR AN IEP MEETING
CHILD FIND Esther CantyBarnes
EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES Jennifer N Rosen Valverde
REFERRAL
INDIVIDUALIZED FAMILY SERVICES PLAN IFSP
PAYMENT FOR EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES
EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES Jennifer N Rosen Valverde
CHILD WELFARE AND SPECIAL EDUCATION Jennifer N Rosen Valverde
GETTING THROUGH THE SCHOOL DOORS
EXPERT FEES
ASSISTING CLIENTS AFTER THE REMEDY IS ORDERED
THE DUE PROCESS COMPLAINT Esther CantyBarnes
SPECIAL EDUCATION DISABILITY RIGHTS AND THE STAGES OF A DELINQUENCY
CONCLUSION
Appendix A INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES EDUCATION
Appendix B IDEA Regulations
Appendix of Major Cases
UNIDENTIFIED CHILDREN
Copyright

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Professor Colker is one of the leading scholars in the country in the areas of constitutional law and disability discrimination. She is the author of eight books, two of which have won book prizes. She has also published more than 50 articles in law journals such as the Harvard Law Review, Yale Law Journal, Columbia Law Journal, Pennsylvania Law Review, University of Virginia Law Review, and University of Michigan Law Review. She has been a frequent guest on National Public Radio to comment on disability and constitutional law topics. Before joining the faculty at Ohio State, Professor Colker taught at Tulane University, the University of Toronto, the University of Pittsburgh, and in the women's studies graduate program at George Washington University. She also spent four years working as a trial attorney in the Civil Rights Division of the United States Department of Justice, where she received two awards for outstanding performance. Professor Colker was also a recipient of the University's Distinguished Lecturer Award in 2001, the University's Distinguished Diversity Enhancement Award in 2002 and the University Distinguished Scholar Award in 2003. She is a 1978 graduate of Harvard University and a 1981 graduate of Harvard Law School.

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