EDS523 - Advocacy and School Law in Special Education (3 cr.)

An in-depth examination of litigation and educational law (state and federal) that pertain to persons with disabilities. Introduction to the philosophical and historical legacy of advocacy for and by persons with disabilities. Development of skills and techniques required to become an educational advocate for infants, children, and young adults. Topics of discussion focus on defining disabilities, group process, communication skills, and assertiveness. (Spring).

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