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Special Education Law 5ed

by Laura Rothstein and Scott F Johnson SAGE Publications, Inc
Pub Date:
04/2013
ISBN:
9781452241098
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Pbk 392 pages
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Special Education Law, Fifth Edition provides a comprehensive and current overview of the major federal laws and judicial interpretations of those laws that apply to the education of students with special needs. The text helps educators understand what the law requires so that they can make decisions that comply with these laws.

Preface 1. The Legal System and How It Works 2. Students wiht Disabilities: History of the Law 3. Statutory Provisions 4. The People 5. Who is Protected 6. Identification, Evaluation and Eligibility 7. Free Appropriate Public Education 8. Individualized Educational Program 9. Placement and Least Restrictive Environment 10. Private School Placements, Residential Placements, and Public School Choice Programs 11. Special Issues with Secondary Students 12. Procedural Safeguards 13. Discipline 14, Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act 15. Remedies 16. Special Education Misconduct 17. The Status and Future of Education Law for Students with Disabilities Appendix A: Education and the American Legal System Appendix B: Frequently Used Acronyms and Terms Appendix C: Summary of Evolution Cases Appendix D: Individualized Education Plan Glossary Index

"The content is superb and will prepare the students to be effective advocates for their students and to ensure that laws are followed."
Laura Rothstein is a Professor of Law and Distinguished University Scholar at the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville, where she served as Dean from 2000 to 2005. She received her B.A. in political science from the University of Kansas and her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. She began her career in legal education in 1976 and served on four other law school faculties before her appointment at the Brandeis School of Law. She began work on special education issues in 1979, while a visiting faculty member at the University of Pittsburgh, where she also served as an attorney in the Developmental Disabilities Law Project clinical program. Professor Rothstein has written 15 books and dozens of book chapters, articles, and other works on disability discrimination, covering issues ranging from special education and employment to public accommodations and access to health care. Her work focuses on disability issues in schools and in higher education. The first edition of Special Education Law, published in 1990, was one of the first books on the topic. Professor Rothsteinas parents were public school teachers, and they reviewed the first edition of the book, ensuring that the text was accessible to law students, lawyers, and those without formal legal training. Some of her other publications focusing on special education issues have included works on school choice and students with disabilities, genetic testing in schools, students with HIV and other contagious and infectious diseases, and special education misconduct issues. She is a frequent presenter at national and regional conferences of legal and education professionals and academicians. Scott F. Johnson is a Professor of Law at Concord Law School of Kaplan University and a Special Education Hearings Officer with the New Hampshire Department of Education. He received his B.A. in political science from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and his J.D. from Franklin Pierce Law Center. He is the author of numerous articles and books in various areas of education law, and he frequently develops professional development programs for educators and presents at national conferences. Prior to teaching, Professor Johnson practiced law and was involved in a number of precedent-setting education law cases. He began as co-author of Special Education Law with the Fourth Edition, and he brings to the text current practical perspectives.