Special Education in Different Settings

This list covers topics related to special education in day cares, preschools, colleges, inclusive classrooms, resource rooms, etc.


IEP in School

A student with a disability in the United States may require special educational services, and an IEP (Individualized Education Program) is a document created to outline those needs. It’s a contract that spells out the specific accommodations and services a disabled student with an IEP in school will receive in their classroom. The student’s parents/guardians, teachers, and other school …

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Job Description for Special Education Teacher

A special education teacher’s job is to help students who have difficulty learning, interacting with others, or completing daily tasks because of their condition. A Job Description for Special Education Teacher follows below. Teachers in special education typically work with students one-on-one or in small groups, adapting their instruction and materials to the specific needs of …

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Special Education LRE

The setting in which a person with a disability receives education or other services that are most like the setting in which people without disabilities receive education or services is referred to as a least restrictive environment (Special Education LRE). The least restrictive environment’s objective is to offer assistance and modifications to people with disabilities so they can participate …

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Most Restrictive Environment (6 Types in Special Education)

The term “least restrictive environment” (LRE) in special education refers to the educational setting that allows students with a disability to be integrated into regular classrooms and enjoy the same opportunities as their peers without disabilities.  On the other hand, a setting where a student with a disability is removed from the regular education setting and …

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