They are discrepancies between the results of the first and second psychoeducational evaluations because in the first evaluation Kayla was still young and her emotional problems had just began. During her first evaluation, her parents had just separated. I think this must have triggered Kayla’s emotional and academic ...
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Kayla qualifies for an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) because is designed from public school students who are struggling in school. Kayla would benefit from getting individualized help because all the attention will be on her. Kayla needs some kind of special education while at school in order for her to be successful in school. According to Kids Health, children who are in need of intense intervention may have to be taught in a special environment. I believe Kayla would benefit from this in the beginning of a school year then move to a regular class because she failing school excessively and her emotional problems need to be addressed first. Kayla needs a place in the community where she can go with her family that provides counseling children and their families. This will give her a sense of belonging to the community.
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