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Special Education Annual Report for 2009-2010 to the Board of Education Jamesville-DeWitt Central School District October 4, 2010. FAPE. Free and Appropriate Public Education Based on student’s unique individual needs

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Special Education Annual Report for 2009-2010to the Board of EducationJamesville-DeWitt Central School DistrictOctober 4, 2010

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FAPE
  • Free and Appropriate Public Education
  • Based on student’s unique individual needs
  • Provides supports and services designed to permit student to benefit from instruction (i.e. make educational progress)
  • Details of supports and services are spelled out in the student’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
  • Continuum of services required by federal and state law
  • Occurs in the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE)
least restrictive environment
Least Restrictive Environment
  • The LRE mandate requires that all students in special education be educated with typical peers to the greatest extent possible
  • Intended to prevent unnecessary segregation of students with disabilities
  • Research supports that students with disabilities tend to have more success when they have access to typical peers
continuum of services
Continuum of Services
  • Consultant Teacher Services
  • Related Services
  • Declassification Support Services
  • Resource Room Services
  • Integrated Co-Teaching Services
  • Special Class Services
  • Out-of-District Placements (BOCES)
  • Home/Hospital Instruction
  • Residential Placement
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Continuum of Services
  • Consultant Teacher Services
  • Related Services
  • Declassification Support Services
  • Resource Room Services
  • Integrated Co-Teaching Services
  • Special Class Services
  • Out-of-District Placements (BOCES)
  • Home/Hospital Instruction
  • Residential Placement
boces programs
BOCES Programs

First strand:

Students with cognitive, developmental, and/or behavioral challenges.

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BOCES Programs

Second strand:

Students with highly intensive emotional and behavioral needs, perhaps with a mental health diagnosis.

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BOCES Programs

Third strand:

Students with significant learning disabilities and cognitive deficits that require a modified academic program, and possibly a vocational component.

the big picture
The Big Picture

Jamesville-DeWitt Special Education Services

In-district programs

CPSE

Nonpublic

Students

OCM BOCES

Programs

focus for 2010 2011
Focus for 2010-2011:

Our department’s focus for the 2010-11 school year supports the district’s literacy goals.

  • To improve literacy skills for identified students by utilizing assessment data to inform decisions on appropriate student placement, differentiate instruction, and utilize methodologies that provide targeted, research-based instruction in the least restrictive environment.
  • Support students and teachers in accessing assistive technology that allows students to compensate for deficit areas.
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