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  Who can I ask to find out who the diagnostician is for my campus?  
Ask the school counselor or the campus principal and/or student’s special education representative.

  What can I do if I believe that a student with special needs has been inappropriately placed in my class? Who can I talk to about the student's progress or lack of progress in my class?  
First, look for the ARD packet and the signature page within that packet. This page will inform you about who attended the ARD, represented CTE and who the student’s representatives are. Next, s...

  How can I help make sure that students placed in my class have the appropriate basic skills?  
Prepare a basic skills inventory listing those that are necessary for success in your classroom. Ensure that the ARD committee receives this list in addition to your program inventory so that they may...

  Where can I find information on the student’s present levels of academic achievement and functional performance (PLAAFPS)?  
If upon contacting the CTE representative you do not receive all pertinent documents, you can locate this document in the student’s ARD packet. These packets are contained within the district&rs...

  Where can I find information about what modifications or accommodations I am supposed to implement for a student?  
If a student is going to be placed in your classroom you should receive a copy of their accommodations / modifications sheet and an IEP if it is appropriate. Also contact the special education teacher...

  Where can I find information about what modifications or accommodations I am supposed to implement for a student?  
If a student is going to be placed in your classroom you should receive a copy of their accommodations / modifications sheet and an IEP if it is appropriate. Also contact the special education teacher...