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Advocacy strategies for youth receiving Special Education Services and in contact with or in jeopardy of being in contact with the juvenile justice system

Advocacy strategies for youth receiving Special Education Services and in contact with or in jeopardy of being in contact with the juvenile justice system

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    • Zero Tolerance for an Old Policy How to push back when students are pushed out Talking Points for Effective Advocacy Jacqueline Roebuck Sakho Regional Coordinator, West TN STEP, Inc.
    • “ Pro”ventative Advocacy
      • “Catch it at the gate”
        • Utilizing the IEP
          • Building Social Skills
          • Developing Problem Solving and Critical Thinking Skills
          • Strengthening Dynamic Thinking Skills
    • “ Pro”ventative Advocacy A learning and teaching moment…
    • The Teaching Opportunity
      • Understanding Your Child’s Disability
        • Knowing which services are appropriate
      • Being/Becoming a Collaborative Parent
        • Working together
      • Navigating the IEP as an “interactive tool”
    • The Learning Opportunity
      • School System Resources
        • Approved curriculum
        • Programs and services
      • What other services may be helpful for that family?
      • Potential Volunteer Advocate/Mentor
    • Preventative Advocacy
      • “Grab the reign”
        • Utilizing the services entitled
          • A “functional” FBA/BIP
          • Know your people
    • Preventative Advocacy A learning and teaching moment…
    • The Teaching Opportunity
      • Knowledge of Rights and Responsibilities
        • What does the law provide?
        • Who are the key behavioral players?
        • Might the youth require additional services outside the school system?
      • Being/Becoming an Effective Advocate
        • What are the rules?
        • Effective Record Keeping
        • Developing an action plan
        • How to negotiate effectively
    • The Learning Opportunity
      • What are the procedural guidelines for FBA/BIP for the School System?
        • Opportunity to challenge vague policy!!
      • The key Behavioral players in the School System
      • Who are the youth service provider agencies?
      • Potential Volunteer Advocate/Mentor
    • Conflict/Crisis Advocacy
      • “Red Alert”
        • Utilizing the IDEA
          • Record Review
            • Are there compliance issues?
            • The Manifestation Determination Hearing?
          • Ensuring that all relevant information regarding the youth’s IEP is reviewed by the court
            • Zero Tolerance – Criminal?
    • Conflict/Crisis Advocacy A learning and teaching moment…
    • The Teaching Opportunity
      • Knowledge of Rights and Responsibilities
        • Discovering the “zero tolerance” and disciplinary policies and procedures
        • Who are the key players?
          • School System Discipline
          • Juvenile Justice
        • Alternatives to detention programs? If so, what are the criteria?
      • Being/Becoming an Effective Advocate
        • What are the rules?
        • Effective Record Keeping
        • Developing an action plan
        • How to negotiate effectively
    • The Learning Opportunity
      • School System procedural guidelines/policies?
        • Opportunity to challenge vague policy
        • Identifying systemic issues
      • Juvenile Justice and School System key players
      • Juvenile Justice system structure?
      • Building Community and Legislative relationships
    • “ Educational disability does not cause delinquency, but learning and behavioral disorders place youth at greater risk for involvement with the juvenile courts and for incarceration. School failure, poorly developed social skills, and inadequate school and community supports are associated with the over-representation of youth with disabilities at all stages of the juvenile justice system.” The National Center on Education, Disability and Juvenile Justice Questions?