The National Center on Education, Disability and Juvenile Justice
  
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SOLD OUT - Will be available as a free download by summer 2007.

This CD-ROM, Meeting the Educational Needs of Students with
Disabilities in Short-Term Detention Facilities
, provides
an overview of the issues and strategies involved in the
delivery of special education and related services in jails
and detention centers. The CD will be most useful to
educators, administrators and policymakers who work with
this population of students.

The CD is designed as a guide for the implementation of
basic components of special education programs and
practices in short-term detention facilities. The
procedures and practices described in the CD are based on
available research, best practice, and the experiences of
the authors.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER 1: SPECIAL EDUCATION LAW AND EDUCATION PROGRAMMING
CHAPTER 2: IDENTIFYING STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
CHAPTER 3: FORMAL EVALUATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF
INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PROGRAMS
CHAPTER 4: SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMMING
CHAPTER 5: TRANSITION

Recommended citation:
Bolson, M. D., Quinn, M. M., & Nelson, C. M.(February 2004). Meeting the Educational Needs of Students with Disabilities in Short-Term Detention Facilities, The National Center on Education, Disability, and Juvenile Justice: College Park, MD.


Last Modified April 3, 2007

 

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