I remember 20 years ago when I graduated with a degree in special education and basic education, a friend of mine told me that my father and the school principal had told me not to waste my time getting a master’s degree. In special education. He said that special education would eventually disappear from public education. When I was working with my landlords, I thought I should take advantage of them, and at that time I had no choice.
I received special education from Scholarship grants and taught for about 10 years. There was a lot of suffering during those 10 years, and in the end I thought I needed to change, I believed it, and I went into high school history. At this point in my career, I was reminded of my friend ten years ago, and even 10 years later I wondered if I had been deceived in schools where there was no need for special education teachers. I wondered if my job was safe in my new open house in the history department.
By the way, I like to teach history, but we have our own ridiculous ways of life that we do not want, so after ten years of teaching history, I got first class education on budget cuts and quit my job. Fortunately, whether I believe it or not, I have stepped into special education.
My old graduate student friend told me that more than two decades have passed since the need for special education teachers disappeared. For the past two decades, my friend, like his father, has gone from graduate school to elementary school to assistant principal. I went from graduate school to special education teacher, history teacher, special education teacher and no one else knew. Believe me, when I got there for the second time, there was a lot of teaching work. In fact, 49 of our 50 states had a shortage of special Education In Pak, so there were plenty of jobs. Think about it … Two decades later, when they say special education is disappearing, it still seems like they don’t have special education teachers.
Today, a few more years are fast approaching and a new and exciting revolution affecting special education is being called a complete introduction. Enrollment in our schools is nothing new at the moment. Of course, our schools have a long and interesting history of enrollment.
Sixteen years ago, there was a case in the Supreme Court against the Education Council against Brown. In 1954, the new land law became a compulsory school for all generations. The IDEA Act was enacted four decades ago and will help ensure that more than 6 million students with disabilities have access to free and adequate education. General education with population.
To help implement this, schools form a Planning and Placement Team (PPT), which meets and discusses the Student Individualized Education Program (IEP), and then informs the student about the student’s needs and Has a proper educational background based on the rules. Installation must be at least in a limited environment (LRE). I still remember when my college professor briefly described the minimalist environment, he didn’t bring a machine gun to take care of the bees. Instead, someone brings a bee to take care of the bee. In other words, if a child’s disability is resolved at a neighboring school, the child should not be sent to a special school in the city or another city.
Many schools today are trying to improve this subscription model and environment with minimal restrictions, from half to a full subscription model. Los Angeles schools have taken over most of the special education centers in the last three years and relocated them to neighboring schools, which are fully integrated into elective classes such as physical education, gardening and cooking. They also integrate into basic reading lessons, but are generally not up to the level of choice.
Michigan schools say they want to bridge the gap between general education and special education and create a system where students can get more help when they need it, and no co-operation in separate learning classrooms. Should.
Some schools in Portland, Oregon are a short distance from schools in the District of Los Angeles, and are trying to fully integrate students from special schools and Michigan schools and remove most special classrooms.