Schools should not be forced to make unnecessary changes to their schedules or buildings to accommodate one person or a couple people but there should be an understanding among students and teachers that transgender people should be treated equally and that transgender people should not deal with bullying or discrimination.
These kids’ parents were unaware that they could request testing, or that their children might have a learning disability and be eligible for special education services. Many of her students were never identified and are now in middle school. 1412(a)(3)) The Child Find mandate applies to all children who reside within a State, including: This includes all children who are suspected of having a disability, including children who receive passing grades and are “advancing from grade to grade.” (34 CFR 300.111(c)) The law does not require children to be “labeled” or classified by their disability. For parents, tutors, and others who read this and are not aware of these legal requirements – YES, schools are required to identify and evaluate all children who may have disabilities under the Child Find mandate. If your child qualifies for special education services, he will receive an IEP (Individualized Education Plan), created cooperatively by you and the school, that spells out how the school will meet his unique needs, providing a free and appropriate education (FAPE) in the least restrictive environment (LRE).In plain English, that means that children cannot simply be placed in a special education classroom that doesn’t meet their needs.