Special Education Assessment Process
Students learn about the identification process under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act known as child find including the identification of children in private schools. Students learn how to read a psycho-educational report and how to write SMART individualized education plans, individualized service plans, individualized transition plans, and individualized family service plans.
NOTE: Required book must be acquired separately.
This course is applicable towards the Exceptional Children Certificate.
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