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Education Specialist

Education Specialist

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Mrs. George

Education Specialist

Room: #101 Phone: 530-257-5144 Email: click here

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Understanding Special Education 

Understanding Special Education 

Special Education Programs and related services are available for students identified as handicapped from birth through age twenty-one. These programs and services are provided to students who are deemed eligible under one of the following handicapping condition categories: 
Emotional Disturbance
Established Medical Disability (3-5-years-old)
Hard of Hearing
Intellectual Disabilities
Multiple Disability
Orthopedic Impairment
Other Health Impairment
Speech/Language Impairment 
Specific Learning Disability
Traumatic Brain Injury
Visual Impairment
Individualized Educational Program (IEP) - The Individual Education Plan is a document that is developed for each child who is found eligible for Special Education services. The IEP is developed in accordance with state and federal laws as well as specific procedural requirements such as timelines and notification requirements.
Individualized Education Program Team - is composed of an administrator or his/her designee, the student's teacher(s), and the parents.  Other members could include the student, other individuals selected by the parent or the IEP organizer, and those who have conducted assessment on the student.
Least Restrictive Environment - Special Education services are provided in as close proximity to regular school programs as is educationally appropriate for each individual child.