What is a facilitated IEP? A facilitated IEP meeting is the same as any other IEP meeting, except that a neutral, third-party facilitator joins the meeting. The facilitator helps with
This information is from https://www.sfusd.edu/special-education-specialized-class-locations#30817 Separate Classes with specialized services are offered at some SFUSD schools to provide specialized academic instruction in a smaller classroom setting. Students in Separate Classes
In the vast majority of states, elementary schools routinely screen each student for the risk of dyslexia so that they get the help they need in early grades. Why not
It’s vitally important that IEP teams are truly a partnership that values all participants’ perspectives, where each team member has a role to play and expertise to contribute. This webinar, More
This one-page flyer (available in multiple languages) makes it easy for families to access SFUSD technology resources including ParentVue, tech tips, and supporting students to navigate digital spaces.
When thinking about jobs, students with disabilities may worry they won’t find a good fit. The strong message in high school (or even earlier!) is students must get bachelor’s degrees.
This article on EdSource talks about a proposed alternative diploma pathway for students with disabilities who are in life skills classrooms. Read the article at New pathway to a diploma
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