Tyler is caught with 84 grams of cocaine hidden in his cargo pants. He is mercilessly charged with drug dealing. He is thrown into a juvie jail cell like unwanted Black trash.
After Tyler and his attorney struggle with lying police officers, crooked judges, bloodthirsty prosecutors and a vengeful mother with everything to lose, Tyler miraculously wins his freedom.
You do not have to be a lawyer to understand Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) laws and processes. The Everyday Guide to Special Education Law is an essential tool to help parents get the best education possible for their child with disabilities. The Everyday Guide covers the IDEA's Part B (services for children aged 3-21), Part C (services for infants & toddlers) and Section 504.
Chris de Feyter's 3rd edition of 800+ Measurable IEP Goals and Objectives for use in K - 12 Classrooms includes a collection of 1000 SMART Goals that can be used to address diverse student learning, behavioral and developmental needs in general education and special education. With some adjusting, these goals can also be used in Home Schools.
The Individualized Education Program (IEP), Mediation, Due Process, Fees and Expenses, and Other Remedies are covered in lay terms, making it easy for parents to understand what is happening, but there is sufficient detail and case law to make this an excellent resource for practicing attorneys.
Is your child struggling in school? Do you suspect that your child has a disability for which he or she may be entitled to special education services? A Parent’s Quick-Start Guide to Special Education is intended to provide you with a basic introduction to special education and give you step-by-step instructions to help you understand What to Know and What to Do!
Do you need practical, down to earth help in planning a meaningful classroom program for a student with autism? Written by a mother of a child with autism and a special education teacher, this book will make the language of Applied Behaviour Analysis easy to understand and to implement in the classroom. It empowers readers to develop methods and attitudes that help students reach their potential.
Students with autism have specific needs and learning styles that challenge even the most experienced teachers. Learn what, why and how to create a meaningful and effective educational program for a student with autism. Based on sound science and plenty of real life experience this book was written from the perspective of a mother and special education teacher for students of all ages with autism.
A health care consultant turned education advocate, Kathryn Burke is the parent of a son with learning disabilities and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. An Accidental Advocate chronicles her journey to identify her son's challenges and obtain supports necessary to address his needs. Also described are the steep learning curve and emotions that accompany being her son's advocate.