Special Education Law

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Prentice Hall, 2002 - Law - 253 pages
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With IDEA and its regulations as the foundation, this readable book provides the most current information on special education law and regulation today. The authors' approach allows readers to go to the original legislation and to examine current legislation from a historical perspective. It also gives readers the opportunity to understand the evolving nature of legislation and how it is interpreted by case law. Topics include: Overview of Special Education Services; A New Foundation for Special Education Services; Free Appropriate Public Education; Nondiscriminatory Evaluation; Individualized Education Program (IEP); Least Restrictive Environment (LRE); Procedural Due Process; Parental Participation; Enforcement of Special Education Law; Mediation and Impartial Due Process Healing; Ethics and the Special Education Professional; Unresolved Issues.

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CHAPTER Overview of Special Education Services
TWO The Federal Base for Special Education Services

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