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Chapter 1: Examining the Research Base and Legal Considerations in Special Education, CCSS Connections, and the Reasons for Inclusion

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Examining the Research Base and Legal Considerations in Special Education, CCSS Connections, and the Reasons for Inclusion
Examining the Research Base and Legal Considerations in Special Education, CCSS Connections, and the Reasons for Inclusion
Disability Legislation

Legislation has changed the way society thinks about disabilities and has also driven research to find better ways for schools to deliver appropriate services to children in the least restrictive environment (LRE). Basically, students have the right to a free, appropriate public education (FAPE) that addresses their diverse needs. Teachers must understand what legislation and research say about students with differing abilities in regard to the curriculum, instruction, Common Core State Standards (CCSS), assessment, and transitional skills. In addition, since the CCSS have been adopted by a majority of states ...

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