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Over 20% of students in public school have special needs: (4)
~Students with disabilities under IDEA
~Students with disabilities under Section 504 & the ADA
~ Students who are at risk for school problems
~Students who are gifted/talented
13 IDEA Categories
1)Specific learning disabilities
2)Speech or language impairments
3)Mental retardation
4)Emotional disturbance
5)Other health impairments
6)Multiple disabilities
7)Hearing impairments
8)Orthopedic impairments
10)Visual impairments
11)Developmental delay
12)Traumatic brain injury
History of Education for Students with Disabilities
~1970s ~ Denied access to public schools or attended in isolated settings
~Early 70's to mid 80's ~ Self-containted special education classrooms; general education classrooms primarily for socialization
~Mid 80's to present ~ Included in most orall school programs and activities w/ appropriate supports
4 Reasons why Programs and Services have Changed:
1)Civil Rights Movement
2)Parental Advocacy
Where students with disabilities should be educated: (Continuum-of-Services Model) (5)
~General Education classes
~Special Classes
~Special Schools
~Home Instruction
~Instruction in Hospitals & Institutions.