Navigating Special Education at Home | Lesson 36

In episode 36, we spoke with Jocelyn, a 20-year high school Special Needs Education Director, about how parents can navigate the special education at home.

In episode 36, we spoke with Jocelyn a 20-year high school Special Needs Education Director. She spoke with us about how parents and schools can navigate the special education space at home. The majority of the population that she works with are highschool students, but the school goes from K-12 grade.

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Special Education Resources
Child Find - According to Dr. Andrew Lee "Child Find is a legal requirement that schools find all children who have disabilities and who may be entitled to special education services" ("Child Find: What It Is and How It Works", 2020).
Have a binder and write down who you spoke to and the dates (Keep a paper trail). Get a letter with the intent to evaluate, the first point of contact includes emails or anything relevant.
Khan Academy
Reading Eggs
Study Island
Reading A to Z

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