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    Student Participation in IEPS

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    Often times, the special education teacher and general education teacher have opinions on when a student needs a change in placement, whether it be less restrictive, or more restrictive; however, the student is left out of the dialogue. At what grade/age is it important to bring the student's insight into the discussion? Why is it important to include the student's opinion into the decision?

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    If we are truly cultivating student-centered instruction and individualized IEP approaches, we can allow a student to offer his or her opinions and ideas if a change in placement, whether it be less restrictive, or more restrictive, as early as ...

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    100 words of notes and a reference offer brief rationales for including students actively in their Individualized Education Program (IEPS).