Rochelle’s Special Education Tips
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- Whatever you do, do not advise a parent that a disabled child could benefit from tutoring during the summer. If that tutoring is not provided by the school system, it looks even worse.
- Do not offer your services or that of another colleague to conduct tutoring.
- Do not refuse to test a student when a parent asks for the testing of her child who is reading below grade level. Get it done now.
- Watch out for situations where the provider of services is not a special educator during the period of time that the special educator is out on leave. At the least, have another special educator supervise the giving of services by the substitute teacher. While we know that the instructional assistant may be the best, you still need supervision by a special educator.
Rochelle’s Special Education Tips (“Tips”) Are Designed To Be Helpful And Thought Provoking, But Should Not Be Considered Legal Advice As They May Not Be Accurate For Use In All Situations. Tips Are Based On My Opinions And Positions In Accordance With Federal And Maryland Law And My Over 35 Years Of Experience In The Special Education Legal Field. – Rochelle S. Eisenberg, Esquire
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