What Does the Law Say?

Zirkel, Perry A.
September 2006
Teaching Exceptional Children;Sep/Oct2006, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p65
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the legal aspects of the articles in the September 1, 2006 issue of "Teaching Exceptional Children." The IDEA 2004 educational reform legislation is discussed in relation to educational technology, self-determination, college transition and many other topics covered. Whether autistic children are covered for special educational needs under the new laws is discussed, as well as court decisions relevant to autistic children. The relationship of parents to a students individualized education program is also covered.


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