Special Education: What to Expect, How to Prepare



The following four part video series, produced by The Arc of Washington State in 2012 offers solid overview of Special Education in Washington State, Referral, Evaluation & IEP; Key Elements of the IEP; Resolving Conflicts.

An Overview

Stacy Gillett (formerly of the Washington State Office of the Education Ombuds) shares the history, federal laws and values of inclusion that form the basis of special education in Washington State. The video also includes advice from parents and statewide resources for families.

 


Referral, Evaluation and the IEP

In the second segment of the Arc of Washington’s series on special education, Stacy Gillett outlines the three-part special educaiton process: referral, evaluation and Individualized Education Program (IEP).

 


Key Elements of the IEP

In the third segment of the Arc of Washington’s Special Education video series, Stacy Gillett covers key elements of the Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and how to make the most of an IEP meeting.

 


Resolving Conflicts

In this final segment of the Arc of Washington’s video series on Special Education, Stacy Gillett outlines the informal and formal ways to resolve conflicts between parents and school districts.



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Updated on Sep/13/2017


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