Teachers enrolled in this course will...


  • the requirements and changes made to special education as per the amendments made in IDEA 2004.
  • the laws and terminology designed to protect the rights of students.
  • the processes of identification and classification.


  • how the special education process affects teachers, students, parents and administrators.
  • how Transition Planning impacts students’ programming.
  • why special education law is critical to the educational needs of special education students.

and Be Able To

  • identify the implications of special education law and how it affects their district, school and classroom.
  • apply the various aspects of special education law to the educational programs and services of our students with special needs.
  • create positive change in the services we provide for students with special needs.

and much, much more!

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