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    Nelson Mandela once stated, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” The education system is constantly evolving and changing in Indiana. New ways and new ideas are put into play in general education classes, but special education classes could be improved. For example, each student that is within a special education classroom does not have the same disability as another student. Even if their diagnosis is the same, the spectrum is huge and one child could be more severe than the other. By this, one might consider how all needs of a child with disabilities are met and how some students’ needs are not being met in all aspects. The questions then are raised such as Naomi Zigmond (2016) stated. “Where should students with disabilities be educated?” One conclusion was made. If…

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    would take the children longer to learn and no help would be provided on what they would need to do at home to achieve. However, a deputy head teacher of a special needs school might be preoccupied with their own needs and might not be able to talk to a child who has been on report for 2 weeks, due to silly behaviour because they have family problems. This can affect the way a child would respond in the future because the child may perceive that the deputy head teacher is not concerned about the…

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    What is it like to be a Special Education Teacher for Extended School Year? I learned during my field observation that being a special education teacher for Gwinnett County Public School opens the door to many opportunities, one of which is the availability to work as a teacher for Extended School Year (ESY). Students are eligible for ESY services if they have an IEP and have data to support significant gains made on their individual goals and objectives. In addition, the student has displayed…

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    The individualized education plan (IEP) helped my brother with Asperger 's succeed throughout high school. However, after hearing about how schools were removing most self-contained classrooms, I reconsidered. At one school I volunteered at, there was a boy who had already gotten suspended 5 times in the first grade for injuring others. A cramped classroom of over twenty students would have been over-stimulating. Thus, I continued to search for a career that put the patient’s needs first. While…

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    parents, and their kids on their choices and what they achieve in life. Most parents automatically think that their kids should participate in an after school specials because they think it’s good for them and might help in their future careers. But the question is are they asking them before they enroll them in theses activity’s or just assume they will participate no matter if they like or not. Kids these days don’t know if they should participate in after school specials or just leave it up…

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    When you were little have you ever did something you weren’t supposed to, and lied about it so you won't get in trouble. Many of us had, I was in the second grade and it was a Halloween special day. I was in school with my friends, Oscar, Gabriel, and Andrew. My second teacher was teaching us math that day. After that class we had lunch, we were all waiting to go to the event, our heart thumping like drums. Once the event started we were having the times of our lives, we felt like life…

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    Within this case the parent (Doug C.) argued that Hawaii School board infringed his sons rights under the IDEA Act by having an IEP meeting without his presence or consent. The reason behind the case that the school held a IEP meeting on date the parent could not attend, due to his non-attendance the school district removed Spencer C. from Horizon Academy(which he was at since 5th grade), a private special education facility to a Workplace Readiness Program at Mali High School (at the age of…

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    Lisa Cable ED208 Literature Review 02/02/2016 To do a job well you must first and foremost be prepared. This is the problem discussed in, Are Midwestern School Administrators Prepared to Provide Leadership in Special Education?, written by Michael Schaaf, Robert Williamson, and Jeanne Novak. The studies showcased in this article’s pages are going through the blatant pitfall of Ohio’s state leadership program. Mr. Schaaf brings a school district’s perspective, while Mr. Williamson and Mrs. Novak…

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    Currently, there are millions of children in the United States that are living with some type of disability. Many of these special needs children are growing up with one or more siblings in their home. Most research that has been done involving children with special needs focuses on the special needs child or the parents, but it usually does not reflect the siblings of special needs children or how they are impacted. When thinking about this particular topic there are a number of different…

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    The commitment to provide quality services to clients with special needs is typically imbedded within a human service agency’s literature, philosophy, and promise to recipients and funding sources. In adult services, delivery of services is largely in trusted to direct-care staff, they are often responsible for reviewing, explaining and implementing both behavioral and skill development interventions with those they support. As human service agencies grow and needs are multiplied, lead,…

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