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What Does Special Education Cover and Will Complaining Help

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Your school district (“the District”) does not want parents to know that the IDEA encompasses the educational, emotional, and social aspects of the life of the child who is special-education-eligible.

  1. The District must meet all educational requirements, including people, equipment and technology, as necessary to meet the needs of a child who is special-education-eligible.
  2. The District must meet all emotional requirements, including counseling and therapy, as necessary to meet the needs of a child who is special-education-eligible.
  3. The District must meet all social requirements, including life skills and job skills, as necessary to meet the needs of a child who is special-education-eligible.  By the way, life skills include such things as dressing, grooming, tying shoes, running, jumping, and safely navigating different environments such as streets, stairs and curbs.

The District does not want parents to know that written complaints to the various State, local, school district, and school organizations are generally futile and unproductive.

  1. Written complaints give hope to the parents that there is an easy way to resolve the dispute or problem.
  2. In practice, the responsible agencies do little or nothing in response to written complaints.
  3. Parents are generally left very frustrated by their attempts to redress problems using these channels.

 

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