The 6 phases of Inclusion and Provision of Public Law 99-457

A very good morning everyone.

Hope you enjoyed your weekend. So am i. I had just finished my dream programme in UKM. It went successfully at Dectar last 23 of March. Im really happy with the outcomes.

Today i’m going to discuss about Phases of inclusion and provision of public law.  The provision of public law includes the Education for Handicapped Children Act Amendments of 1986.

Numerous section of PL 94-142[1975] were amended when President Reagan signed into law of Education of  the Handicapped Act Amendments of 1986.Provision includes the following:

-All the rights and protection of PL 94-142[Part B] were extended to children with disabilities ages 3 to 5 years in the school year of 1990-1991. To support the achievement of this objective,The preschool incentive Grant programme was revised to reflect authorization of a dramatic increase in  the federal fiscal contribution.

-A new state grant programme  for disabled infants and toddlers.

-A statements of the child’s present level of physical development , cognitive development, language and speech development and so on, which is based on professionally acceptable objective criteria.

there are some legal implications:

-With the concurrence of the family a  statement of the family’s strength needs related to enhancing the development of the child.

– Other services and the steps that will be undertaken to secure those services.

-The projected dates for initiation of the services and the anticipated duration.

The major features of the provision 99-457 are as follows:

  • Establishes state-level interagency councils on early intervention.
  • Institutes individualized family service plans (IFSPs)
  • Provides case management services to families
  • Maintains a public awareness program that includes a comprehensive child find system and a central early intervention resource directory.
  • Requires the development of a multidisciplinary, coordinated interagency model of service delivery.
  • Establishes procedural safeguards.
  • Acknowledges the family to be the central focus of service.
  • Provides for smooth transitions as a family moves from one service or system to another.
  • Facilitates development of a comprehensive system of personnel development.

These amendments reauthorize the Education of Handicapped Act [EHA] and include a rigorous national agenda pertaining to more and better services to young special need children and their families.


Presentation1-public law……..

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There are six phases of inclusion. Students may be included by the definition of inclusion’promoting the restructure of general education so that all students are educated in that setting from the beginning of their school careers’.

1.Social inclusion

any student can be placed within general education and not to be accepted. The appropriate social skills for social integration are not taught or have not been taught.

2. Emotional inclusion

After a student has received a majority of his/her education separated from general education and is returned to general education,an emotional shock from change may arise. Rules, routines,procedures and so forth are different. Classwork and assignments are new.

3. Behavioural inclusion

New behaviours are expected as environments change- both for students and teachers. Many students behaviours became misbehaviours when inclusion occurs.

4. Physical inclusion

his face of inclusion probably was the first concept for inclusion and relates to the mandate of least restrictive environment. The placement met the concept of the law may not have allowed for an appropriate eduction.

5. Academic inclusion

Physical inclusion is normal. Academic inclusion needs growth.

6.Inclusion by Assessment standards

Assessment have moved to the front of educational conversation.It also had become a front-runner in issue of inclusion.

The rights of a child with disability to a free and appropriate education in the least restrictive environment remains guaranteed by law.

legislation      kamu_hukuk


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