Special Education Conflict Resolution

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Special education conflict occurs on different levels (e.g., between a parent and a teacher, or between courts and whole school districts) and progresses through different stages (e.g., from a personal disagreement to a formal legal hearing).  Because every student and situation is unique, there is no ‘one size fits all’ fix for conflicts involving students with disabilities.  DC special education stakeholders need a range of quality options to address conflict constructively, according to who is involved, what is at stake, and how the issues are evolving.  Here are the places you can find help for special education/disability-related issues:

Stage I: Prevention   [read more]
Stage II: Disagreement   [read more]
Stage III: Conflict   [read more]
Stage IV: Legal   [read more]
Stage V: Systemic   [read more]