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I have been told that there is nothing the school can do about his behavior because the law is absolute.

However, the majority of their time (as much as 80 to 95 percent) is spent in regular classrooms alongside nondisabled students.

IDEA was amended in 2012 to make provisions for measuring the academic success of special education programs against testing standards set for students in regular classrooms.

The purpose of inclusive classrooms is to provide an education for special needs students alongside nondisabled students in K-12 schools that receive public funding.

The phrase “least-restrictive” environment means schools that receive public funding have an obligation to give all students the opportunity to learn in regular classrooms to the greatest extent possible.

Schools are required by law to allow special education students to participate in a standard learning environment along with nondisabled students.

The first priority for teachers and parents is to identify special needs students and figure out how to give them equal education opportunities.

They should begin by asking two important questions: Special education focuses on academic programs that help individuals who are physically, mentally or emotionally impaired.

are educated with children who are not disabled, and special classes, separate schooling, or other removal of children with disabilities from the regular education environment occurs only when the nature or severity of the disability … 1412(5)(A) Courts have held that educating a disabled child in general education (LRE), while preferable, is secondary to ensuring that the child receives a free, appropriate public education.

is such that education in regular classes with the use of supplementary aids and services cannot be achieved satisfactorily.” 20 U. In writing the IDEA, Congress knew that some children have behavior problems and may be disruptive.

Consequently, the number of children and adults with special education needs is likely to rise at the same time educators are putting an increased focus on college and career readiness for all.

With more attention focused on inclusive classrooms, it’s in the best interests of teachers and parents to understand the legal requirements, costs and goals of special education programs in public schools.

Is there a law that protects my general education students?