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Special Education Laws

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  • Q1
    When did BC begin providing special education services?
    late 1960s
    late 1800s
  • Q2
    What piece of legislation guaranteed each child a free & appropriate education?
    BC Ministry Act
    The School Act
    Charter of Human Rights & Freedoms
  • Q3
    What was the major weakness with the School Act?
    No IEPs were required
    No funding was provided
    No guarantee of the least restrictive environment
  • Q4
    What written document defines & explains the various disability categories?
    Charter of Human Rights & Freedoms
    The School Act
    BC Manual of Special Education Policies & Procedures
  • Q5
    What was the main issue in Jeffrey Moore's complaint?
    lack of funding for critical services
    services not provided despite being needed
    discrimination against those with LD
  • Q6
    How long did it take for the Moore case to be resolved before the Supreme Court?
    12 years
    8 years
    4 years
  • Q7
    The Supreme Court ruled that special education is not the service a child requires. What is?
    full placement in the regular classroom
    meaningful access to the general education program
    each child has an individualized program
  • Q8
    If a school can no longer afford to provide a service which a special ed student requires, what are they supposed to do?
    Send the child to another school which has the services
    Pay for the student to receive the services elsewhere
    Review the needs, and find a way to provide what the student needs

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