Among the thousands of teachers in America, one particular group in this profession deserves to be recognized more than the others – they are the special education teachers. Making the curriculum accessible to students with disabilities is a lot like making buildings accessible to people in wheelchairs. In order for the parents of students at Boston schools to make good choices concerning their children’s education, they need to be able to understand what they are signing when they put their name on their child’s IEP.
The role of the educator in a general classroom, involves teaching the curriculum and assessing and evaluating special children. Our ultimate vision for inclusive education systems is to ensure that all learners of any age are provided with meaningful, high-quality educational opportunities in their local community, alongside their friends and peers.
2) Students with reading disabilities can be given oral instructions. A child who has been receiving special education resources or support in primary school is eligible for continued support at secondary level so long as they continue to have a special education need.
Issue 15: Pre and post testing of your child’s academics next school year. IDEA covers children from the age of 3 through high school (or the age of 21, whichever comes first). A wide array of services and support are available for students and families needing special education services.
The graduates of this Department are expected to be in charge inside or outside schools, inside and outside the National Education Department, and in state or private institutions. Generally speaking your child’s Individual Education Plan is the map which documents exactly what services your child will receive, when he or she will receive them and from whom.