Child's First Prinicple In Relation To Children With Additional Needs

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Child's First Prinicple In Relation To Children With Additional Needs

Post by judy88 » Mon May 30, 2016 8:50 pm

Hi guys,
how to explain the ' child first principle' in relation to children with addtional needs?


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Re: Child's First Prinicple In Relation To Children With Additional Needs

Post by Lorina » Tue May 31, 2016 12:27 pm

To be included?? I'm sorry I'm not going to be much help... I'm not sure at all...

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Re: Child's First Prinicple In Relation To Children With Additional Needs

Post by judy88 » Sat Jun 04, 2016 6:28 pm

Thanks for the help Lorina:)
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Re: Child's First Prinicple In Relation To Children With Additional Needs

Post by jeevika123 » Tue Feb 20, 2018 7:00 pm

In my opinion the answer to this should be as follows:-

CHILD FIRST is a national campaign to ensure that educational programming at the national, state, and local level is driven by the IEP and appropriately addresses the educational, language, communication, and social needs of deaf and hard of hearing children. Child First was developed and is being driven by national organizations that advocate for the educational rights of deaf and hard of hearing children and that believe that policy guidance is needed to ensure these rights are protected.
CHILD FIRST recognizes that at the time IDEA (then the Education for All Handicapped Children Act) was passed in 1975, children with disabilities were precluded from going to school, either by law or by schools that were not equipped to teach them. Today this landmark law with its subsequent amendments requires states, local school districts, and schools to protect the rights of, meet the individual needs of and improve the results for students with disabilities and their families. Although we celebrate the core principles of IDEA that have led to significant national progress, we also note the continuing challenges for the low incidence population of students who are deaf and hard of hearing.

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