Posts Tagged ‘IEP’

Preparing for an Active Assailant on Campus | Morgan Ballis Interview | SAFETY DOC PODCAST #117 [Podcast]

[Podcast] As a school crisis develops, more time means more options. This episodeโ€™s guest works to put seconds back on the clock by teaching people steps to improve their chances for survival during a chaotic situation.  DIRECT LINK to MP3 of this Episode: https://tinyurl.com/SDP117-AUDIO ABOUT MORGAN BALLIS Morgan Ballis is the Director of Strategic Planning &…

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The Perilous Practice of Exempting Disabled Students from Safety Drills | Attorney James Sibley | SAFETY DOC PODCAST #95

[PODCAST] Attorney James Sibley is a potent advocate for special needs students and their families fighting for fair treatment. In this episode of the Safety Doc Podcast, Attorney Sibley and host David Perrodin discuss the sprawling practice of limiting or exempting students with disabilities from school safety instruction, drills and access to threat reporting systems.…

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SAFETY DOC PODCAST #93 | Why the Sidelines of School Safety Are a Tragic Act of Kindness | Dr. David Perrodin, PhD

[PODCAST] Schools are exempting students with disabilities from participating in safety instruction and safety drills. These misplaced pardons are enabled via an incorrect application of the Individualized Education Plan (IEP) process or a district-generated parent โ€œopt-outโ€ form. First, letโ€™s be clear that it is illegal to exempt students from mandated fire drills. However, the practice…

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