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Using the Evans vs. Board of Education
Discuss the rights and the extent of the benefits that the student was entitled to receive.
Explain the major principles of IDEA.
Describe the role of the school district in supporting the major principles of IDEA.

Evans v. Board of Education of the Rhinebeck Central School District, 930 F. Supp. 83 (S.D. YH, 1996). Retrieved August 2009 from http://www.wrightslaw.com/law/caselaw/case_Evans_Rhinebeck_FAPE.html.

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The following information is provided to give guidance, understanding, and research to answer your questions. Please reflect and expand upon it with your own thoughts.

The principles of IDEA are that students with disabilities have the chance to develop and advance in the same curriculum as all other students (Orkwis, & McLane, 1998).

This includes cognitive, sensorimotor, and engaging access to the curriculum along with removing any barriers that prevent this.

According to Seligmann (2001), the principles behind ...

Solution Summary

The principles of IDEA are examined. School districts responsibilities are discussed. Possible built in curriculum accommodations to meet the needs of all students as an alternative is considered.

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