EDUCATION

SPECIAL EDUCATION

Failing Grade: How California’s School Districts Have Abandoned Children with Disabilities

My Child is Having Trouble in School! What Can I Do? |English| |Spanish|

What are Educationally-Related Mental Health Services (ERMHS) and when should I ask for them? |English| |Spanish|

How do I request an Educationally-Related Mental Health Services (ERMHS) assessment for my child?

FACT SHEETS FOR PARENTS AND CAREGIVERS:

Parent and Mental Health Service Provider Have Requested Special Education Assessment by the School But Nothing Has Happened

My Child Has Received “Designated Instruction and Services” (DIS) Counseling for Some Time, but He is Still Getting in Trouble in Class

My Child’s Disability Interferes with Making Friends and Getting Along with Other Children

My Child Has Missed School Because of His Disability

FACT SHEETS FOR EDUCATORS AND SERVICE PROVIDERS:

Facts about “Related Services”

Educational Development versus Academic Performance

Charter Schools and IDEA

Reporting Exclusions and Disciplinary Removals

What is Special Education? |English| |Spanish|

How to Have Your Child Evaluated for Special Education Services |English| |Spanish|

IEP Meeting Tips |English| |Spanish|

Early Intervention Services |English| |Spanish|

Preschool Services |English| |Spanish|

Transition Services |English| |Spanish|

How to Locate a Non-Public School for Your Child |English| |Spanish|

Functional Behavioral Assessments and Behavioral Intervention Plans |English| |Spanish|

What Is Section 504? |English| |Spanish|

FOSTER YOUTH EDUCATION

Ready to Succeed: Changing Systems to Give California’s Foster Children the Opportunities They Deserve to be Ready for and Succeed in School (2008) Recommendations and implementation strategies from the California Education Collaborative for Children in Foster Care.

F2F Publication List (2009)

Barriers to Improving Educational Outcomes (2003)

OTHER EDUCATION PUBLICATIONS

Restorative Justice in Three Partnership Schools: Transforming School Culture and Discipline through Respect, Relationships, and Responsibility (2014)