Why Advocates for Equity
Achieving Equity for Administrators
The principal’s role is critical in order to meet the challenge of implementing IDEA. It takes strong instructional leadership to ensure that all children achieve. All issues in the school affect the principal, and all issues are affected by the principal.
Implementing IDEA The Principals Role in Data Driven Decision Making 360 Discipline Data Review and Plan Addressing Disproportionality in Special Education
Achieving Equity for Teachers
Some teachers excercise the only option they think is available to them when there are struggling learners in their class; referring students to special education programs. Teachers sometimes unwittingly add to disproportionality in special education.
What every Educator Needs to know About Special Education Disability Awareness and Learning Making Inclusion Work
Achieving Equity for Families & Students
Parents need to advocate to get their child the services they need. Parents have a life-long relationship with their child and they are the “expert” on their child.
Skills for Effective parent Advocacy What every Parent Should know About Special Education Special Education, a program for Students, not a Place
Students, individualized based on the age, need and abilities, can take a leadership role in decisions about his/her future.
For Students Grade 9-12 Developing Self-Advocacy
Frequently Asked Questions
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