Identifying Student Who Needs Special Education

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No. A student must have a complete educational evaluation before the school can start special education services. 8. Who can ask for an evaluation?.Present Levels of Performance and Individual Needs Purpose. An appropriate program for a student with a disability begins with an IEP that reflects the results of the student's individual evaluation and describes the needs of the student to be addressed through the provision of special education services, including a student's strengths .Note on ELL and Special Education Services. If the district does identify an ELL student as also requiring support from special education, then the student should get both kinds of services it's not a question of one or the other..Wrightslaw is the leading website about special education law and advocacy with thousands of articles, cases, and free resources about hundreds of special education topics, books by Peter Wright and Pamela Wright, and special education law and advocacy training..

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    No. A student must have a complete educational evaluation before the school can start special education services. 8. Who can ask for an evaluation?.

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    Present Levels of Performance and Individual Needs Purpose. An appropriate program for a student with a disability begins with an IEP that reflects the results of the student's individual evaluation and describes the needs of the student to be addressed through the provision of special education services, including a student's strengths .

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