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Multiple Choice

This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
According to the Least Restrictive Environment principle, students with disabilities should be educated with students without disabilities

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Question 2.
In determining eligibility for special education services, general intellectual functioning is important in assessing for

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Question 3.
When parents or students disagree over one or more aspects of the IEP, the first step is

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Question 4.
When teachers identify students with problems in school, the first step is

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Question 5.
In developing an IEP, the team must

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Question 6.
The Individualized Assessment Plan (IAP) is

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Question 7.
Informed consent means

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Question 8.
In what ways can students with disabilities participate in state- or district-wide assessments?

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Question 9.
Placement decisions about students with disabilities must be based on

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Question 10.
Legal decisions include

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