How the new Framework vision aligns with NYC CEP (comprehensive educational plan), and how it excludes Parent Engagement and Students with Special Needs.

If you look at your NYC schools’ Portal page  by typing the name and then portal page

http://schools.nyc.gov/SchoolPortals/22/K139/default.htm

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Looking at the statistics and Budget tab to the left and click, Then scroll to the following on that page ( lots of other helpful info on this page so feel free to explore and learn more about your students school). For this blog we are going to look at the CEP (Comprehensive Educational Plan) click there.

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http://schools.nyc.gov/SchoolPortals/22/K139/AboutUs/Statistics/default.htm

and the  plan will come up like this : http://schools.nyc.gov/documents/oaosi/cep/2015-16/cep_K139.pdf

Lets look at page 2. cep_K139

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Now remember the Framework from my last blog https://nycdoeandme.wordpress.com/2015/11/22/nyc-doe-and-the-new-framework-is-not-working/ cfgraphicslider1 Now you can see exactly  why they created this Framework!

Once again Sadly Students with the highest needs and those that are unidentified are left out of the Framework for student achievement. 

 

The plan is to ignore the students in need, clearly there is not a working model that identifies students in need. Only the teachers and parents that are the most sensitive  and aware will refer students to get tested and recommended for AIS or special education services. I believe that all students should be evaluated for both in a way that is aligned with Scientifically based practices.

 

 

Websites Work in Progress

Legal Informmantion

http://www.wrightslaw.com

http://www.counsel.nysed.gov/appeals/instruction

http://www.copaa.org/?page=LegalAd

REGS complete-Aug2014.pdf

sampleform-912.doc

Autism Sites

http://www.autismresearchcentre.com/arc_tests

http://www.thenhf.com/hyperlexia-separating-autistic-like-symptoms-from-autism-children-who-read-early-or-speak-late-by-darold-a-treffert-m-d/#respond

http://www.nap.edu/openbook.php?record_id=10017&page=R2

http://www.ahany.org

Must Read Books

Health Reference Series ( Choose the one that correlates with the disability ).

I have this one: http://omnigraphics.com/shop/autism-and-pervasive-developmental-disorders-sourcebook-2nd-ed/#description

http://www.amazon.com/The-IEP-Meaningful-Measurable-Objectives/dp/047056234X

http://www.nap.edu/openbook.php?record_id=10017&page=R2

OPWDD

http://www.opwdd.ny.gov/opwdd_services_supports/service_providers/provider_performance/reports/listing

http://www.opwdd.ny.gov/index.php

Tools:

Laser jet printer black ink only

4 large binders

1. For school and IEP paper work

2. Assessments

3. School work

4.OPWDD

Clear sheets,hole puncher, folders,paper,

Marble notebook.  (for daily notes and phone calls, Progress and follow up, date each page)

these fill up fast

Were Avonte and Dyasha ever offered an Approved private school???

Why is it that children who are much higher functioning are sent to Private schools and those that truly need it were not?

If the DOE NYC really cared about children with special needs they would have offered approved private school placement to these students. These things do not happen in state approved private schools. The doors are locked and safety is a top priority!

The DOE NYC only offers private school to parents who fight for it, which is just unfair and wrong. D75 schools/seats need to be safer and better looked at. LRE should not mean death and mistreatment.

I highly doubt that the DOE NYC ever offered a state approved private school to Avonte’s or Dyasha’s parents. They never admit (with out an advocate) that they cannot teach a child or provide FAPE and they should. It would save everyone a lot of heart ache and money.

When is the last time you heard a child escaping or dying while in one of the schools on this list?

http://www.p12.nysed.gov/specialed/privateschools/853-statewide.htm

or the non approved schools like Cooke or GERSH?

The children below may still be alive today if they had been offered a state approved private school.

http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/Student-Choke-Death-Brooklyn-School-Department-Education-280682712.html

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/cause-of-death-for-autistic-nyc-boy-avonte-oquendo-undetermined/

http://online.wsj.com/articles/missing-brooklyn-student-found-1411049547

http://www.nycparentsunion.org/archives/1302