Feb 15, 2011

Review: Wrightslaw’s Crisis Management Strategies

Today’s podcast is titled “Review: Wrightslaw's Crisis Management Strategies.” In this podcast, we provide our review of content on the Wrightslaw website about dealing with crisis events in special education.

To view the visual aids that are included with this podcast, please see our corresponding blog article at http://www.kps4parents.org/blog/?p=1989. You can comment on this podcast below, on our blog at the same web address as our corresponding blog article, or email us at info@kps4parents.org.

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Jan 2, 2011

Case in Review: A Comedy of Errors Can Have Tragic Consequences

Today’s podcast is titled “Case in Review: A Comedy of Errors Can Have Tragic Consequences.” In this podcast, we discuss the similarities and differences between the documentation requirements and enforcement options under the IDEA and Section 504.

To view the visual aids that are included with this podcast, please see our corresponding blog article at http://www.kps4parents.org/blog/?p=2347. You can comment on this podcast below, on our blog at the same web address as our corresponding blog article, or email us at info@kps4parents.org.

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Dec 27, 2010

The Differences Between 504 Plans & IEPs

Today’s podcast is titled “The Differences Between 504 Plans & IEPs.” In this podcast, we discuss the similarities and differences between the documentation requirements and enforcement options under the IDEA and Section 504.

To view the visual aids that are included with this podcast, please see our corresponding blog article at http://www.kps4parents.org/blog/?p=2305. You can comment on this podcast below, on our blog at the same web address as our corresponding blog article, or email us at info@kps4parents.org.

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Dec 8, 2010

The Parents’ “How-To”: Picking a Special Ed Lawyer

Today’s podcast is titled “The Parents’ ‘How-To’: Picking a Special Ed Lawyer.” In this podcast, we discuss con men passing themselves off as special ed attorneys to desperate parents & how parents can protect their children's cases.

To view the visual aids that are included with this podcast, please see our corresponding blog article at http://www.kps4parents.org/blog/?p=1974. You can comment on this podcast below, on our blog at the same web address as our corresponding blog article, or email us at info@kps4parents.org.

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Nov 20, 2010

Special Ed Burn-Out

Today’s podcast is titled “Special Ed Burn-Out.” In this podcast, we discuss the nature of professional burn-out in special education, how it happens, and what can be done about it.

To view the visual aids that are included with this podcast, please see our corresponding blog article at http://www.kps4parents.org/blog/?p=1541. You can comment on this podcast below, on our blog at the same web address as our corresponding blog article, or email us at info@kps4parents.org.

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Jul 7, 2010

Overly Accommodating Parents

Today’s podcast is titled “Overly Accommodating Parents.” In this podcast, we discuss what happens when parents compromise too much when negotiating special education matters with their local education agencies.

To view the visual aids that are included with this podcast, please see our corresponding blog article at http://www.kps4parents.org/blog/?p=1218. You can comment on this podcast below, on our blog at the same web address as our corresponding blog article, or email us at info@kps4parents.org.

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Jun 28, 2010

Does the Education Rendered Comport with the IEP?

Today’s podcast is titled “Does the Education Rendered Comport with the IEP?” In this podcast, we discuss one aspect of the definition of a Free and Appropriate Public Education and use a 2008 California due process Decision to illustrate what it means.

To view the visual aids that are included with this podcast, please see our corresponding blog article at http://www.kps4parents.org/blog/?p=1220. You can comment on this podcast below, on our blog at the same web address as our corresponding blog article, or email us at info@kps4parents.org.

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Jun 21, 2010

Extended School Year - What it Is and Isn’t

Today’s podcast is titled “Extended School Year - What it Is and Isn't.” In this podcast, we discuss the federal regulations regarding ESY and how that compares to what is typically offered by school districts to parents of children with disabilities for ESY.

To view the visual aids that are included with this podcast, please see our corresponding blog article at http://www.kps4parents.org/blog/?p=1196. You can comment on this podcast below, on our blog at the same web address as our corresponding blog article, or email us at info@kps4parents.org.

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Jun 21, 2010

Achieving Wisdom from the Special Ed Process

Today’s podcast is titled “Achieving Wisdom from the Special Ed Process.” In this podcast, I share my insights from the last seven years of providing lay advocacy and paralegal services with KPS4Parents and how parents and educators can benefit from what I’ve learned.

To view the visual aids that are included with this podcast, please see our corresponding blog article at http://www.kps4parents.org/blog/?p=1184. You can comment on this podcast below, on our blog at the same web address as our corresponding blog article, or email us at info@kps4parents.org.

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Mar 24, 2010

Independent Educational Evaluations

Today’s podcast is titled “Independent Educational Evaluations ('IEEs').” In this podcast, we discuss what IEEs are and when school districts are obligated to pay for them.

To view the visual aids that are included with this podcast, please see our corresponding blog article at http://www.kps4parents.org/blog/?p=1063. You can comment on this podcast below, on our blog at the same web address as our corresponding blog article, or email us at info@kps4parents.org.

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