San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
*This is a one (1) day event - Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Audience: PreK- Grade 12; General and Special Education Leaders and Educators
Presenter: CSDE and SERC Consultants
The Supreme Court decision in Rowley measured educational benefit by: passing grades on coursework, advancing from grade to grade, making progress toward IEP goals, scores on statewide or district-wide assessments, including alternate assessments, and graduation (Drouin, 2004; Hendrick Hudson District Board of Education v. Rowley, 1982) The Educational Benefit Review Process has been developed by the California Department of Education to examine how districts provide special education supports and services that result in educational benefit (Drouin, 2004). School teams will analyze their own IEP’s and consider the extent to which their students are afforded access, meaningful participation, and progress in general education over time.
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