Protecting Your Child's Rights Under IDEA and Section 504

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Question 1 of 7

Which is not an example of an accommodation?

  • AReducing homework
  • BTaking an oral exam as opposed to a written one
  • CReceiving test study-guides from the teacher
  • DAllowing for extra time for a test

Question 2 of 7

Which of the following is not specifically listed as a “qualified disability” under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act?

  • BDeafness
  • CAutism
  • DSerious emotional disturbances

Question 3 of 7

To qualify for assistance under IDEA, a student must…

  • ABe referred for an evaluation by the school district
  • BExperience educational performance problems, with documentation
  • CEvaluation must be completed
  • DAll of these

Question 4 of 7

Which of these allows for the creation of an Individualized Educational Program under the U.S. Rehabilitation Act of 1973?

  • A14th Amendment
  • BSection 504
  • CBrown v. Board of Education
  • DClause 13

Question 5 of 7

What materials should be brought to the IEP meeting?

  • AMedical diagnosis
  • BSamples of work
  • CCopies of evaluations
  • DAll of these

Question 6 of 7

Are parents allowed to bring an outside consultant in to the IEP meeting?

  • ANo
  • BYes

Question 7 of 7

When a parent requests an IEP meeting…

  • AThe child’s teacher must attend the meeting
  • BThe school must attend the meeting
  • CBoth of these
  • DNeither of these