Understanding the Endrew F. Decision and What It Means for Your School A Guide to Staying Compliant Under New Special Education Standards

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The Supreme Court’s recent 8-0 decision in the case of Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District means schools will have a greater responsibility to provide a higher standard of education to children with special needs.

To keep up, we must find new ways to help children with special needs of all levels show academic progress every year.

What if your teachers aren’t trained to, nor have much time to, make the kinds of curriculum adaptations that will be required of them? In short: they must. But it won’t be as hard as you might think…

This guide will give you the information you need to understand the details of this key ruling and provide recommendations for how teachers, administrators, specialists, parents and other advocates can work together to meet the court’s higher standard.

In this guide, you will learn:

The complete details of Endrew’s case.

What the court’s decision means to your school and special education standards across the country

What parents, teachers and advocates can do to work together to meet the new standards

Some must-have approaches to staying compliant

How to best give access to modified, age-appropriate curriculum at all grade levels

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About the Author

Margaret deBoer has spent nearly 30 years in educational, technology and publishing fields as a teacher, sales representative, national sales consultant, field marketing manager, district sales manager, regional VP of sales, VP adoption state national sales manager, and SVP of marketing. Margaret earned her Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from Southeastern Louisiana University. She is also a registered designated Corporate Coach.