Legal and Ethical Aspects of Special Education

These articles are about special education rights and responsibilities, due process, ethical considerations in special education, etc.


What Qualifies for a Behavior Intervention Plan?

Have you ever encountered a student who consistently disrupts the class, displays aggressive behavior, or struggles following directions? Challenging behaviors like these can create significant barriers to learning and impact the overall classroom environment. That’s where a Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) can be a helpful tool to support positive behavior change. But what qualifies for …

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Can You Have a BIP Without an FBA?

Welcome, curious reader! If you’re anything like me, you might wonder what “BIP” and “FBA” even stand for on Earth. Let me enlighten you: BIP is short for “Behavior Intervention Plan,” and FBA stands for “Functional Behavior Assessment.” In simpler terms, these are tools used in education and psychology to help understand and manage challenging …

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504 Plan Accommodations for ADHD

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental condition that affects millions of children and adults worldwide. ADHD can make it challenging for individuals to focus, stay organized, and complete tasks. It can cause frustration, anxiety, and lower self-esteem, but it doesn’t have to be that way. So, welcome to our 504 plan accommodations for …

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Other Health Impairments Special Education

Welcome to my blog, where we’ll explore Other Health Impairments (OHI) in special education. OHI is a term used to describe a range of medical conditions that can impact a student’s ability to learn and succeed in the classroom. These conditions can include ADHD, epilepsy, diabetes, and many others. For students with OHI, navigating the …

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