The Role Of Multidisciplinary Team, Culture And Stakeholder Development

1444 Words Nov 17th, 2016 6 Pages
Every student with a disability is unique. They all present with various necessities, accommodations, and modifications. One must qualify to receive special education services as special education eligibility is assured by the Individuals with Disability Act (IDEA, 2004). To access the core curriculum in a general education setting, a student with a disability can achieve educational benefit by using supports and other related services (optional). The student’s emotional and academic needs will play a significant role in how the student learns in the general education environment.
The goal of the individualized education program (IEP) and the team 's input provides services that a student needs in the least restrictive learning environment (LRE) and provide a free appropriate education (FAPE) according to the law. The purpose of this paper is to address the eligibility criteria for Justin and determine eligibility for services using appropriate testing procedures to diagnose him as presenting as a student with a Specific Learning Disability (SLD). The student will discuss the roles of the multidisciplinary team, culture and stakeholder development in the IEP process and delivery of service model for Justin.
Eligibility Criteria for Justin
Federal laws and regulations of today, such as IDEA and Elementary and Secondary Educations Act (ESSA) former NCLB 2001, both have a significant role in instructional practices, assessments, identification, and eligibility of the students…

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