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Least Restrictive Environment: Including All Children Workshop

Workshop Description: Inclusion is a right, not a privilege. The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act requires students with disabilities be educated with their non-disable peers to the maximum extent appropriate. learn how the IEP impacts placement, the legal requirements for Least Restrictive Environment and the value of the inclusion of children with disabilities for all children, their families and communities.

Workshop Materials can be accessed by clicking on the file below

All Children Belong: Inclusion and the Least Restrictive Environment Workshop Presentation

People First Language

Research on Inclusive Education

NJAC 6A:14 - 4.2, 4.3

NJDOE: Placement in the Least Restrictive Environment

USDOE Guidance Letter

NJCDD: Out of District Placement: Issues to Consider

Sample Letter Requesting LRE/Placement

NJCIE: Creating An Inclusive IEP: Five Tips for Your IEP Meeting

Curriculum Adaptations

Curriculum Adaptations worksheet