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Extractions: Summer 1998 Issues in Native American Education By Bonnie S. Bostrom Bonnie is the Chief of Education for the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation. She is a member of the Alabama Band of Cherokee. Bonnie has her Master's Degrees in Special Education and Educational Administration. She is currently a Doctoral Candidate in Leadership and Educational Administration from the University of New Mexico. She has worked in many pueblos and reservations. Table of Contents Introduction Higher Education Introduction There are many important issues in education facing Native Americans today. This article will cover some of those issues. The issues are: special education services, parental involvement, economic issues, staff development, and political coalitions. This article does not cover all of these issues in depth. It will, however help readers understand them. Parents must understand their rights when it comes to Special Education referral, testing, and placement. The percentage of Native American students who are getting Special Education services is, in some places, much higher than the national average. You, as a Native American parent, should be aware that special education is not always the most helpful placement for your child.
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Extractions: Policy Manual Salary Schedules Job Opportunities Job Descriptions ... Home Assistance for Students with Special Needs The School Board of the Tuscaloosa City School District adheres to a policy of non-discrimination in educational programs and activities and strives affirmatively to provideequal educational opportunity for all students as required by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, which prohibit discrimination, based on disability. It is the policy of the School Board of the Tuscaloosa City School District that the referral of a student to the Multidisciplinary Evaluation Team (MET) to begin the State of Alabama's process for determining eligibility of a student for special services under the provisions of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) should only be considered (1) after all other appropriate instructional interventions and strategies have been implemented in the regular classroom and the student continues to be at risk; or (2) if the student is obviously disabled. It is the intent of the School Board of the Tuscaloosa City School District to standardize procedures in order to ensure that (a) all students are provided an opportunity to succeed in the regular education program; and (b) all students receive a free and appropriate public education.