Special education mediation

Mills, Guy E.; Duff-Mallams, Karla
March 2000
Teaching Exceptional Children;Mar/Apr2000, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p72
Academic Journal
Discusses experiences with successful special education mediations through an examination of cases focusing on common elements which have contributed to successful resolution. Definition of mediation; Conflicts most often leading to mediation or due process; Skills of mediators; Training for mediation; Planning; Creation of a sense of empowerment and agreement. INSETS: Negotiate.;Communicate.;Compromise.;Success.


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