Due Process: Views from the Sides. Linda J. Deal, Teacher of the Gifted and Jay Clark, Parent and Attorney for Gifted Students. Have you read the Procedural Safeguards?. Both educators and parents should actually read them.
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Due Process:Views from the Sides
Linda J. Deal, Teacher of the Gifted
Jay Clark, Parent and Attorney for Gifted Students
Views from the sides
No legal precedence setSets legal precedence
No expenseAttorney fees
(a procedure that simulates a court proceeding to help make a decision between parties that don’t agree: the district and parents)
(vi) Individualized to meet the educational needs of the student. (GIEP)
(vii) Reasonably calculated to yield meaningful educational benefit and student progress.
(viii) Provided in conformity with a GIEP. (the explanation of services provided)
(i) Conducted in an instructional setting. (school options)
(ii) Provided in an instructional or skill area. (skill or content)
(iii) Provided at no cost to the parents. (except for taxes ;-(
(iv) Provided under the authority of a school district, directly, by referral or by contract.
(v) or Provided by an agency.
Specially designed instruction to meet the needs of a gifted student that is:
Handout: optional services