On June 21, 1999, members of the House and Senate, the Governor's Office, the State Board of Education and other education leaders from throughout the state, gathered in Lansing to attend a forum aimed at addressing issues relative to special education, assessemnt, and the funding of school facilities...
"Senator Stille cited a proposal released by the Michigan Association of Intermediate School Administrators (MAISA), which suggested that an increase in the student teacher ratio may help offset special education costs." [see below, may have to scroll to the right]
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Google is not affiliated with the authors of this page nor responsible for its content. MAISA ), which suggested that an Three panel discussions followed the first on the increase in the student teacher ratio student student should be considered LD is currently unavailable, Dr. Thompson concurred Session II with forum participants' remarks, elaborating both Richard Laine of the Illinois Business on identification methodologies and options under Roundtable, opened the panel on assessment, consideration. Typically, LD is determined by means drawing on his experiences as an Associate of a discrepancy model, which basically rules out Superintendent with the Illinois State Board of mental retardation as a cause for the student's Education. difficulties. While only an emerging discussion, the use of a cognitive model, which places the focus on a Laine shared seven recommendations pertaining student's learning process, or how the