History of Special Education

  • First federal law past about how disability

    First federal law past about how disability
    In 1798, was when the first federal law past about how disability people were care for.
  • First Disability Class

    First Disability Class
    One of the first state to have disability class created was in the state of Rhode Island in 1896.
  • First Special Olympics

    One of the first Special Olympics was in the state of Chicago in 1968.
  • 1975 Education of the Handicapped Act

    In 1975 Education of the Handicapped Act passed which enables people disability can help all the states which protect to the rights, and needs. This Act also help with enhance in protecting the rights. The Act also hep with to improve of all kind of disability people such as infants, toddlers, children, and youth with disabilities and their families.
  • 1990 The Amendment tp PL 94-142 changed

    In the year of 1990 The Amendment tp PL 94-142 changed it was named the Individuals with Disabilities Education
    Act (IDEA)which allow people with disability to have improvement in variety of things in life.The ADA is law stop discrimination against individuals with disabilities in many areas of life. Some areas are public life, including jobs, schools, transportation, and all public and private places that are open to the general public.This law enable and to make it possible
  • 2001 the "No Child Left Behind" (NCLB) Act of 2001

    n 2001 the "No Child Left Behind" (NCLB) Act of 2001 have improve how students with disability education made accountability has risien for students what they learned, and their accommodations need to improve their performance in school.
  • Six Principles of IDEA 2004

    Six Principles of IDEA 2004, The first one is Free Appropriate Public Education. This opportunity give individuals with disability the rights to which stand for Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE). The This help individual with special needs to have the right services to help them receive the best education to get jobs, and live on their own IDEA make it possible special education and related services for individual receive the best services that meet their needs.
  • Appropriate Evaluation/ Individualized Education Plan

    The IDEA requires that individual with disability schools will conduct an appropriate evaluations for students with disability for a team of knowledge, experience trained evaluators with having non-discriminatory basis. And The Individualized Education Plan (IEP) was established by the IDEA to ensure students with a disability have a written documentation off the accommodations, and goals to help meet the needs of the student education.
  • Least Restrictive Environment/Parent Participation

    The IDEA places a strong emphasis on placement in a general education setting. Under the IDEA. Individuals with disability get the chance to learn in inclusion general education class which is not restricted and they have the opportunity to learn like everyone else given modifications and accommodations with learning goals to help them in the classroom. The IDEA has a special provision for parents to help make the decision in the IEP meeting on where their child will be placed.
  • Procedural Safeguards

    The IDEA law shows parents and students they have federal law that protect them have laws set up where they are allowed to be in IEP meetings, have rights to where their child is being placed in inclusive classroom or a cluster room.They have access to information about their child
  • Special Education History Video

  • Special Education Website

    https://www.napcse.org According to the site it is about "Membership in NAPCSE provides you with access to one of the country's most comprehensive and conveniently organized databases on Exceptional Students and Disability Information. This site is updated daily by NAPCSE, and contains thousands of resources and materials for parents of children in special education covering all disabilities defined under the Individual's with Disabilities Education Act."