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.
Category: SPECIAL EDUCATION, STUDENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES AGES 14-26, EDUCATION & SPECIAL EDUCATION K-12
This webinar discusses the Transition IEP for students with disabilities and how students and families can prepare for the next meeting.
Category: STUDENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES AGES 14-26, STUDENTS & YOUNG ADULTS
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
In 1995, the state’s school choice and charter school laws were enacted. Both are designed to give parents greater choice in determining where their child will attend school. Delaware is home to a variety of learning opportunities beyond your neighborhood school, including vocational high schools, magnet schools, themed schools, special interest programs within schools, and charter schools. This resource provides links information about school choice, charter schools and students with disabilities.
Category: STUDENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES AGES 14-26, EDUCATION & SPECIAL EDUCATION K-12, SPECIAL EDUCATION LAW & REGULATIONS, STUDENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES AGES 14-26
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