This fact sheet provides examples of accommodations on district and state assessments and other standardized tests.
Category: SPECIAL EDUCATION
This fact sheet provides an overview of the special education evaluation process with a sample letter that can be used to request a psycho-educational evaluation
This publication developed by the US Department of Education – Office for Civil Rights and Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, is designed to help parents, students and the charter school community better understand the rights of students with disabilities attending charter schools.
This user-friendly booklet, developed for parents and caregivers, describes the key components of IDEA, including evaluations and eligibility, parent and student rights, behavior & discipline, transition planning, and dispute resolution options.
Category: SPECIAL EDUCATION, ADVOCACY RESOURCES, STUDENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES AGES 14-26, RESOLVING CONFLICTS WITH SCHOOLS/DISTRICTS, EDUCATION & SPECIAL EDUCATION K-12, STUDENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES AGES 14-26, STUDENTS & YOUNG ADULTS
Infants and toddlers with disabilities, aged birth to three, may be eligible to receive early intervention supports and services to address their unique developmental needs. Their families can also receive early intervention supports and services so they can build their abilities to support their child’s development and advocate for services to meet their child’s unique needs.
A child who has been identified with a disability has protections under the federal law entitled the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. This law ensures Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) is provided. Understanding your rights as a parent is important in ensuring that your child is given the right instruction and supports to achieve success. This toolkit provides important links to laws, regulation, and guidance from the federal to state level.
PIC Fact Sheets
Part C to Part B http://www.pic2017.staging.wpengine.com/images/PDF/SpecialEd-Law-Toolkit/lawstoolkit.2.pdf
Section 504 http://www.pic2017.staging.wpengine.com/images/PDF/SpecialEd-Law-Toolkit/lawstoolkit.1.pdf
Due Process http://www.pic2017.staging.wpengine.com/images/PDF/SpecialEd-Law-Toolkit/lawstoolkit.3.pdf
Parents Are the Key http://www.pic2017.staging.wpengine.com/images/PDF/ParentsAreTheKey.pdf(Parent Information Center of Delaware)
Procedural Safeguard Forms http://www.doe.k12.de.us/infosuites/students_family/specialed/procsafe.shtml (Delaware Department of Education)
Please visit the Online Resource Center http://www.pic2017.staging.wpengine.com/information-resources/online-resource-center-mosets.html?view=home for more links to literacy and reading topics.
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