Oct 8, 2010

Can’t vs. Won’t

Today’s podcast is titled “Can't vs. Won't.” In this podcast, we discuss what happens when general education staff are faced with special education challenges that they are unable or unwilling to address.

To view the visual aids that are included with this podcast, please see our corresponding blog article at http://www.kps4parents.org/blog/?p=1636. 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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Sep 27, 2010

The Proliferation of Tutoring Centers & FAPE

Today’s podcast is titled “The Proliferation of Tutoring Centers & FAPE.” In this podcast, we discuss how public special education contributes to private tutoring costs for children with special needs.

To view the visual aids that are included with this podcast, please see our corresponding blog article at http://www.kps4parents.org/blog/?p=1552. 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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Aug 18, 2010

Drama, Drama, Drama!

Today’s podcast is titled “Drama, Drama, Drama!” In this podcast, we discuss how drama-seeking adults can undermine the special education process.

To view the visual aids that are included with this podcast, please see our corresponding blog article at http://www.kps4parents.org/blog/?p=1496. 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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Aug 3, 2010

Ark Legislative Task Force on Autism - 05/21/10

This post includes the agenda and audio recording of the May 21, 2010 meeting of the Arkansas Legislative Task Force on Autism.

Click here for a PDF of the agenda.

To view our full article regarding this topic, go to our Arkansas Special Education Project blog.

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Aug 3, 2010

Ark Legislative Task Force on Autism - 05/11/10

This post includes the agenda and audio recording of the May 11, 2010 meeting of the Arkansas Legislative Task Force on Autism.

Click here for a PDF of the agenda.

To view our full article regarding this topic, go to our Arkansas Special Education Project blog.

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Aug 3, 2010

Ark Legislative Task Force on Autism - 04/09/10

This post includes the agenda and audio recording of the April 9, 2010 meeting of the Arkansas Legislative Task Force on Autism.

Click here for a PDF of the agenda.

To view our full article regarding this topic, go to our Arkansas Special Education Project blog.

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Aug 3, 2010

Ark Legislative Task Force on Autism - 3/19/10

This post includes the agenda and audio recording of the March 19, 2010 meeting of the Arkansas Legislative Task Force on Autism.

Click here for a PDF of the agenda.

To view our full article regarding this topic, go to our Arkansas Special Education Project blog.

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Jul 10, 2010

Feds Seek to Outlaw Injurious & Deadly School Discipline Practices

Today’s podcast is titled “Feds Seek to Outlaw Injurious & Deadly School Discipline Practices.” In this podcast, we discuss the status of the Keeping All Students Safe Act and what you can do to help protect all children from harmful disciplinary practices in our nation’s schools.

To view the visual aids that are included with this podcast, please see our corresponding blog article at http://www.kps4parents.org/blog/?p=1303. 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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