Issue #35: Least Restrictive Environment Placements

The December issue of NASET's Educating Children with Severe Disabilities series will cover the following topic:

Least Restrictive Environment Placements

 

Introduction:

When considering educational placements for children with severe disabilities the IEP Committee must review the least restrictive setting. The least restrictive setting is based on how far from a child’s peers they will be placed. The more severe the problem the more restrictive the setting may be which places children farther from their general education peers.   In order to accomplish this task, the Eligibility Committee, CSE, or IEP Committee has a variety of placements from which to choose. These placements range in levels of restriction, including class size, student teacher ratio, length of program, and degree of mainstreaming.

 

 

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