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Multiple Choice Questions



This activity contains 20 questions.

Question 1.
Envisioning great expectations, enhancing positive contributions, building on strengths, becoming self-determined, expanding relationships, and ensuring full citizenship are all values to which of the following?


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Question 2.
Physiological/maturational differences, education bias, and assessment bias are possible reasons for which of the following?


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Question 3.
Slightly more than two-thirds of all students with disabilities are classified in which of the following two categories?


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Question 4.
Labeling a student as disabled can lead to regarding a student as a broken person, segregate students with disabilities from their classmates, and reflect biases against which of the following?


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Question 5.
At first, with IDEA 1975, the group of students who had a right to special education consisted of which of the following?


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Question 6.
Children who need early intervention services because of developmental delays or have a diagnosed physical or mental condition that has a high probability of resulting in developmental delay are provided with services through which of the following?


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Question 7.
Zero reject, nondiscriminatory evaluation, appropriate education, least restrictive environment, procedural due process, parental and student participation are all principles of which of the following?


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Question 8.
An IEP is an education plan for students ages 3 through 21 with disabilities, and an ____________ is an education plan for students from birth through age 2.


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Question 9.
Present level of performance, long-term goals, short-term objectives, educational placement, and testing accommodations are all requirements of which of the following?


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Question 10.
A school must educate students with disabilities with students who do not have disabilities to the maximum extent appropriate for the student. This principle is which of the following?


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Question 11.
Students with disabilities may participate in extracurricular activities such as which of the following?


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Question 12.

The parent-student participation principle of IDEA includes the right to participate as a member of the IEP team; receiving notice before the school does anything about the student's right to a free, appropriate public education; access to school records concerning the student; and advising a 17-year-old student that the rights that belonged to the parent now belong to which of the following?

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Question 13.
Zero reject, nondiscriminatory evaluation, appropriate education, and least restrictive environment are which of the following?


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Question 14.
Procedural due process and parent-student participation are which of the following?


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Question 15.
Other federal laws that affect special education and students in those program include laws that create entitlements for students or authorize services for them and laws to prohibit which of the following?


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Question 16.
Accountability for results, school safety, parental choice, teacher quality, scientifically based methods of teaching, and local flexibility are all principles of which of the following?


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Question 17.
Granting federal funds to the states so that they can help create statewide systems for delivering assistive technology devices and services to people with disabilities falls under which of the following?


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Question 18.
Which legislation defines a person with a disability as one who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, has a record of such an impairment, and is regarded as having such an impairment?


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Question 19.
______________________ prohibit discrimination solely on the basis of disability in education, employment, and other sectors of American life.


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Question 20.
Equality of opportunity, full participation, independent living, and economic self-sufficiency are all education outcomes for students with disabilities that Congress expects from which of the following?


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