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Education for All offers an important resource for educators and parents who teach and support the more than 6.5 million students with disabilities. The book includes contributions from some of the most respected special and general education professionals including Mary Falvey, Diane Haager, Robert Rueda, and Janette Klingner. They address the important overarching issues in the field and focus on topics that are relevant to students no matter what their individual disability. Topics include:
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Praise For Education For All
"This book, Education for All, represents a rich resource for 'every educator'. . . . This talented group of educators, advocates, parents, and researchers have provided schools and teachers opportunities to enhance their tool kits to do just that—help all students be successful."
—Alice D. Parker, Ed.D., executive director,
Innovation and Dissemination for Special
Education, Aspire Public Schools
"Education for All delivers knowledge both regular education and special education teachers need to know, and what advocates, administrators, university professors, legal representatives, and lawmakers should know."
—Carol Dinsdale, Council for Exceptional
Children Teacher of the Year 2005
"This book provides diverse perspectives on the evolution of special education policy and practice over the past forty years from professionals, parents, and individuals with disabilities. It will be a helpful supplemental text in a variety of courses preparing professionals involved in the education of individuals with disabilities."
—Fred Weintraub, education consultant and
former assistant executive director of the
Council for Exceptional Children
"This book demonstrates that the once-unimaginable—education for all children with disabilities—has been realized. It also shows that there is still more to be imagined."
—Rud Turnbull, Distinguished Professor
of Special Education and Life Span Studies,
and co-founder and director, Beach Center
on Disability, the University of Kansas
"Jiménez, Graf, and the impressive list of public and higher education experts assembled for this volume effectively capture the history, scope, and impact of a law that has driven special education practice for more than three decades."
—Michael L. Hardman, Ph.D., dean,
College of Education, University of Utah
"Unlike other academic books Education for All includes the voices of families, individuals with disabilities, and practitioners who truly live the implementation of special education policy, research, and practice. This is a must-read for anyone involved in the education of individuals with disabilities and their families—academicians, family members, persons with disabilities, advocates, and teachers."
—Irene Martinez, executive director,
Fiesta Educativa, Inc.From the Inside Flap:
Education for All
When it was passed in 1975, the Education for All Handicapped Children Act was a historic piece of legislation that guaranteed all students with disabilities the right to a free and appropriate public education. Thirty years later noted practitioners, advocates, policy makers, researchers, individuals with disabilities, and parents gathered at Loyola Marymount University to discuss the current practices in the field and make recommendations for the future. This book is a result of that event.
Education for All offers an important resource for educators and parents who teach and support students with disabilities. The book includes contributions from noted authorities in special and general education including Mary Falvey, Diane Haager, Robert Rueda, and Janette Klingner. They address the important overarching issues in the field and focus on topics that are relevant to students no matter what their individual disability. Topics include:
Providing appropriate instructional practices for struggling learners
Establishing early intervention in K-12 settings
Including students with disabilities in general education settings
Working collaboratively with families aspartners
Reducing the disproportionate representation of minorities in special education programs
Implementing special education law for the benefit of all children and families
Each chapter contains a review from well-known professionals and includes a reflective essay from practitioners in the field such as classroom teachers, parents, administrators, school psychologists, and individuals with disabilities—thus ensuring a true balance of research, school-based practices, and personal experiences. In addition, the book contains discussion questions that can help prompt a fruitful dialogue.
Royalties from the book will be donated to Fiesta Educativa, Inc., a non-profit agency whose goal is to support families of individuals with disabilities.
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Book Description Jossey-Bass, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1. Seller Inventory # DADAX0787995223
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