Spe-350 special education litigation and law dispute resolution

  

Dispute Resolution 

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Complete the benchmark assessment according to the instructions and criteria in “SPE-350 Special Education Litigation and Law Benchmark Assessment and Rubric.” All coursework will inform this assignment.

Additionally, submit the assignment in TaskStream. Directions for submitting to TaskStream can be found on the College of Education’s page in the Student Success Center.

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SPE-350 Special Education Litigation and Law
Benchmark Assessment and Rubric

Targeted Essential Learning

Special education teachers must know legal liabilities and rights pertaining to student, parent, and teachers. Special education teachers recognize that special education practice is heavily regulated and are able to define relevant laws and policies that related to specific special education. (APTS 8, 9; INTASC 1; CEC 1, 9)

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Specific Performance/Task(s)

  • Articulate relevant educational laws and ethics      pertaining to student, parent, and teacher rights and responsibilities.      (APTS 8.13)
  • Explain state and federal laws, rules, and regulations      as they pertain to special education. (APTS 9.2)
  • Identify legal responsibilities of teachers (special      and general) in accordance with special education laws, rules, and      regulations. (APTS 9.2)
  • Define relevant laws and policies that relate to      specific special education situations. (CEC 1.2)
  • Analyze influential historical events and human issues      in special education from various points of view. (CEC 1.3)
  • Apply ethical/professional standards, follow legal      parameters, and keep within limits of practice in the design and      implementation of instruction, decision-making, and collaborative      interactions with students, families, colleagues, and agencies. (CEC 9.1)

Relevancy of Task to Teacher Candidate

In the special education classroom setting, teachers must comply with laws and rights pertaining to the field of special education.

Assessment: Student Prompts/Teacher Directions

Discovering the Relationship Between the Law and Your School (Benchmark Assessment)

  1. Use the GCU eLibrary to research information beyond      what is provided in the course materials to explore the law and its      application to special education issues covered in this course. Explore      state departments of education Web sites to investigate the laws of your      state and other states as well as their application to special education      issues covered in this course.
  2. Schedule an appointment with an attorney well-versed in      school law or with a special education director to learn about the      following issues:
  1. How has the legal system evolved, as it applies to       special education, over the past 20 years, and how has that affected the       legal framework for special education today?
  2. How does the legal framework differ for special needs       students and regular students in private and public schools?
  3. Who monitors the implementation and evaluation of IEPs       in private and public schools?
  4. In the legal expert’s opinion, are there any elements       of special education law that need refinement? Explain.
  5. Write an essay of 1,750-2,000 words in which you      compare and contrast the findings of your research and the information      obtained in the interview.
  6. Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines      found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An      abstract is required.
  7. Additionally, submit the assignment in TaskStream.      Directions for submitting to TaskStream can be found on the College of      Education’s page in the Student Success Center.

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