Evaluation Process: Part One

Parents who have watched their child struggle in school can become frustrated and confused. There are specific next steps that parents can take to request an evaluation for Special Education when they feel a disability might be the reason for their child's difficulties in school.

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Evaluation Process: Part Two

The Disability Suspected Form process discussed in part one of this series is just the first step in securing a relevant and useful evaluation. There are important steps to take regardless of whether there is agreement that an evaluation is needed.

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Understanding Executive Functioning

ASK Resource Center published a two-part newsletter series that focuses on executive functioning (EF) and the important role executive functions have in a child's academic and social development and success. This was published in an effort to share research, resources, and information related to EF, as well as provide an understanding of the important role EF skills have in a child's academic and social development and success.

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