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Marcus is a seventh-grade student who got in trouble on the bus. The principal contacts the parent who insist Marcus did nothing wrong. They demand to view the video tape of the bus ride to prove to the principal Marcus was no worse than the other students on the bus. The principal informs the parents according to the Family Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), the parent has the right to:
Mrs. Logan is implementing an IEP for Megan, a student in her eight-grade classroom. The IEP requires a peer tutor be provided for Megan. Ms. Logan does not think a peer tutor is helping Megan progress and is causing problems for the rest of the class. Ms. Logan decides not to implement the accommodation. What did Ms. Logan forget when she made the decision regarding the accommodation?
Ms. Landers is working on her computer at home one night. She checks her messages on her personal e-mail account. She reads a message from a student in her fourth-period class. The student would like to talk to Ms. Landers about a personal issue. What is Ms. Lander’s best course of action?
Ms. Miller and Ms. Rowe are both new teachers at Hillier High School. Ms. Miller teaches ninth grade and Ms. Rowe teaches tenth grade. Administering the STAAR test is one of the most important activities of their first year. The testing coordinator at Hillier conducted a training session for all teachers administering the test. Ms. Miller reads the test manual and considers what to do about missing the training. What is the best course of action in regard to missing the training session?
Mr. Thomas is a fifth-grade teacher who has a special needs student in his classroom. The student is achieving the goals of his individualized Education Plan however Mr. Lamar thinks the student may be happier in a life-skills classroom. Mr. Lamar wants to contact the parents to discuss the possibility of moving the student to the resource class. What requirement of the IDEA guidelines is Mr. Lamar forgetting?