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    Special Education Placement in Public Schools

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    Special Education Placement in Public Schools History of Public Schools Before the 1840’s the education system was only available to wealthy people. Individuals such as Horace Mann from Massachusetts and Henry Barnard in Connecticut believed that schooling for everybody would help individuals become productive citizens in society. Through their efforts, free public education at the elementary level become assessable for all children in American by late 19th century. By 1918 all states passed

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    The first way is a resource room. A resource room is a classroom that students with disabilities can get a more specialized education (Watson). In this room students with a disability will get a more specialized education that will most benefit their disability. Each student who goes to the resource room has a different plan. Each student also has a different amount of time they can be in they are in the resource room based on their educational need (Watson). The resource rooms have been created

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    case study began in Andy 's second grade when he first received his IEP. In his third grade year, he was in Mrs. Sachs ' class, who is a strict teacher. In that environment, Andy could not succeed. However, he was also in a resource room with Kathryn, but in the resource room, he was showing little progress. Now, the CES board is voting to decide whether or not Andy will receive his IEP in the fourth grade. Andy was

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    Special Education in Rural Communities

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    community based program sponsored by universities throughout the world to enrich the lives of college students and adults with intellectual disabilities. I entered the room; a low buzz nagged at the edge of my hearing. As I placed my stereo upon the piano and plugged the chord into the socket, I kept my face adverted from the room. I struggled, as flashes of memory coalesced into bright beads, markers, and hours of speech therapy. If you are among the 2.9 million Americans with a Learning Disability

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    tried desperately to move up to join my high-academic-achieving peers, but failed to do so. I often felt frustrated, ashamed, and hopeless that I would be unable to achieve my personal and professional goals. To calm my nerves, my mother came into my room one evening and told me stories about CEOs of Fortune 500 companies who had learning disabilities, but worked to overcome them. From that night, I made it a life goal to excel in any field that I chose to pursue. For the first time in my life, I realized

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    classroom setting then that child would be better suited in a special school. Whereas this contradicts with the whole idea of ‘inc... ... middle of paper ... ...y deserve and this is due to lack of understanding and also a lack in the amount of resources available. If teachers within mainstream school were being provided with enough support and further training there is no reason why children with special needs cannot be taught within mainstream schools. Looking at the point stated by the disability

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    (1988), discussed the birth of The Education for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975. This act mandated that all children, regardless of disability, had the right to a free, appropriate education in the least restrictive environment. As a result, resource and self-contained classrooms expanded in public schools. In 1991 the Individuals with Disabilities Act was inducted. As a result professionals in the field of special education are giving more consideration to placing students in the least restrictive

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    other community and professional agencies to ensure the supports and services students require are provided (Boyle & Topping, 2012; Vaughn & Schumm, 1995; York‐Barr, Sommerness, Duke & Ghere, 2005). When all stakeholders cooperate, reflect, share resources, skills and knowledge, students receive maximum benefit (Vaughn & Schumm, 1995; Whittaker, Salend & Dehaney, 2001). Planning, assessment and review of all measures taken, strategies and/or interventions implemented require frequent assessment and

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    PS379 Case Study Assignment Case 1: Patrick 1. What is likely the person’s exceptionality? Patrick has a learning disability and he, specifically, has difficulties in written language deficits and math underachievement 2. Provide evidence to support your claim, using examples from the case study and information from your notes and in the text The general definition of a ‘learning disability’, as provided by the textbook, is ‘a disorder in 1 or more of the basic psychological processes involved in

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    Pros and Cons of Inclusion

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    Pros and Cons of Inclusion Inclusion 'mainstreams' physically, mentally, and multiply disabled children into regular classrooms. In the fifties and sixties, disabled children were not allowed in regular classrooms. In 1975 Congress passed the Education of all Handicapped Students Act, now called the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). IDEA mandates that all children, regardless of disability, had the right to free, appropriate education in the least restrictive environment. Different

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