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A comprehensive collection of resources, tools, and strategies for educators, parents, and students involved in special education.

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OHI Special Education

Other Health Impairment, or OHI Special Education, is one of the disability categories recognized by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Because of a chronic or acute health condition students with an OHI have a learning disability caused by a chronic or acute health condition.  Among the conditions that may qualify a student for special education services under the […]

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Evidence Based Practices in Special Education

Evidence-based Practices (EBPs) in special education refer to teaching methods, interventions, and strategies demonstrated through research and evaluation to improve student outcomes effectively. Evidence-Based Practices in Special Education have been shown to improve academic, social, and behavioral outcomes for students with disabilities and are based on scientific evidence. In particular, teachers have a critical role in implementing these practices

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Embracing the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) Principle in Special Education

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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