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 Post subject: Trump vs Education
PostPosted: Tue Jun 13, 2017 12:21 am 

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Maybe your child attends a private school, or you’re thinking of sending your child to a private school. If so, it’s important to know that some schools are much better than others at helping students with learning and attention issues.

For example, an independent school for students with learning disabilities is a private school that specializes in teaching kids with these issues. Other schools may not offer much support. They may not even admit students who struggle in certain areas.

When I had to do my research paper on education system I found out that federal law requires public school districts to look for and evaluate students who are suspected of having disabilities. This requirement is called Child Find. It applies to students who attend private school as well as those who attend public school or who are homeschooled.

This means that if you or your child’s teachers think he might have a learning disability, you can request an evaluation that is paid for by the public school system. Decisions about evaluating private school students are made by the public school district where the private school is located.

It’s a good idea to talk with your child’s teachers before you send a letter requesting an evaluation. The district will consult with your child’s school before deciding whether your child needs one. If the district agrees to an evaluation, it’s responsible for arranging and paying for these tests.

It’s important to note that public schools have strict guidelines for special education teachers. Teacher qualifications are spelled out in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and in each state’s education laws.

Private schools may use different hiring standards. For example, the staff members at an independent school for students with learning disabilities are likely to have as much training in special education as the staff at a public school. But the same may not be true of the staff at, say, a military academy or a parochial school.


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