Guidelines: compensatory education
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Guidelines: compensatory education by California State Department of Education

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Published by The Dept. in Sacramento, Calif .
Written in English

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Other titlesCompensatory education.
Statementprepared by the Division of Compensatory Education, California State Department of Education.
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 54 p. ;
Number of Pages54
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17461562M

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  On Ma , Governor Evers directed that all K schools, public and private, are to be closed until at least April 6, This Legal Update will discuss the circumstances, process, and considerations according to which school officials should determine whether compensatory services are required for eligible students under the Individual with Disabilities Education Act or Section Guidelines for Auxiliary and Remedial Services, August Page 5 e. "Compensatory education services" means preventive and remedial programs offered during the normal school day, or in programs offered beyond the normal school day or during summer vacation, which are integrated and coordinated with programs operated. "Compensatory education involves discretionary, prospective, injunctive relief, crafted by a court to remedy what might be termed an educational deficit created by an educational agency's failure over a given period of time to provide a FAPE to a student.   This is a temporary situation, and districts must offer special education services to the most appropriate extent possible while students are away from their schools/programs. IEP teams may need to consider compensatory services when students return to school and IEPs may need to be adjusted accordingly. The IEP team should determine the amount.

SB86th Texas Legislature,amended Section of the Texas Education Code (TEC) to expand the definition of students who are at risk of dropping out to include students who have been incarcerated or who have parents that have been incarcerated within the student's lifetime, in a penal institution as defined by Penal Code, § State Compensatory Education (SCE) State Compensatory Education funds are supplemental to the regular education program . Guidelines: compensatory education, the Elementary and secondary education act of , title I: Public Law ([Sacramento?: s.n., ]), by California. Division of Compensatory Education (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). TEC, §, defines compensatory education as programs and or services designed to supplement the regular education program for students that meet one or more of the statutory or locally defined criterion for being at risk of dropping out of school or students that have taken an end-of-course assessment under. The goal of the State Compensatory Education Program (SCE) is to provide funding to reduce disparity in performance on assessment instruments or disparity in the rates of high school completion between educationally disadvantaged students, at-risk students, and all other students. The purpose of the SCE program is to increase academic achievement and reduce the dropout rate for these students by .