What Do I Do When . . . The Answer Book on Special Education Law

January 16, 2020 - Comment

Sixth Edition with more Q&As, more case law and more compliance concerns! The Answer Book needs to be on every educator’s desk – in quick reach whenever you have a question on your legal obligations to students with disabilities regarding independent educational evaluations, transition services, transportation, parental consent, manifestation determinations, health-care-related services and more! No

Sixth Edition with more Q&As, more case law and more compliance concerns! The Answer Book needs to be on every educator’s desk – in quick reach whenever you have a question on your legal obligations to students with disabilities regarding independent educational evaluations, transition services, transportation, parental consent, manifestation determinations, health-care-related services and more! No matter what the special education topic, you’ll find quick, authoritative explanations of the law plus plenty of case examples illustrating its practical application to real-world scenarios. More than 550 Q&As give you expert insights into your top challenges: The interplay between use of aversives or corporal punishment and a student’s constitutional rights Key legal issues to consider when responding to bullying or harassment Complying with the child find requirement while implementing a proper RTI program The application of stay-put in a variety of circumstances Eligibility for students who show signs of autism When a service animal can be required as a related service Plus more!

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Anonymous says:

Handy Reference Guide This book is extremely helpful when you need a quick refresher on a specific point of the legal obligations of IDEIA. I work in the private sector as a school administrator, and it is very helpful for answering parent questions in a concrete way. It’s in Q & A format, that makes it easy to look things up. I recommend this as a reference guide if you need to brush up on things or have a specific question.

Anonymous says:

Terrible book. It is so much single sided on … Terrible book. It is so much single sided on “how to save money” than “what is right for the child”

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