Child Find Activities Between Public School Personnel: Engagement, Barriers, and Experiences

Julie M. Lane, Ed.D.
David R. Jones, M.S.

Fresno Pacific University

Abstract

Under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, local education agencies or school districts are responsible to conduct child find activities within their agency or district boundaries. This responsibility entails collaborating with private school personnel on an annual basis. Through this qualitative study with a grounded theory approach, we explored the nature of interactions between public and private school personnel as they pertained to child find activities. This inquiry represents the first exploration of relationships between private and public schools within the context of child find activities. 

Child Find Activities Between Public School Personnel: Engagement, Barriers, and Experiences

Read or Download

  • To Read this Article - or Download this Article (login required)

  • To Download the Entire WINTER 2022 Issue of JAASEP -  (login required)

NASET Members -  Login to Access These Files.

 


Not a Member?

If you are a member of NASET, please login to freely access this and all archived articles of JAASEP

If you are NOT A MEMBER of NASET you may purchase this article of JAASEP for $5.95 (use the "Buy now" button below):

OR Buy the entire issue of JAASEP WINTER 2022 for $24.95. Use the BUY NOW button below:

OR - Join NASET and have access to this & ALL PAST ISSUES of JAASEP - JOIN NASET


Return to the Table of Contents - CLICK HERE

lost password?