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  • procesos de resolución de conflictos desde una variedad de perspectivas Reuniones de IEP Facilitadas Una Nueva Opción Esta guía prove una introducción a la facilitación de IEP para los padres y otros miembros de la familia para orientarlos a esta práctica emergente Este Documento fue publicado en Febrero de 2005 Mas informacion sobre IDEA 2004 View this document in English Pasos hacia el Éxito Comunicación con la escuela de su hijo Si Ud tiene un hijo que recibe servicios de educación especial es más que probable que esté involucrado en la escuela de su hijo y colaborando con sus profesores esto incluye la planificación la revisión y evaluación del programa educativo de su hijo Las Familias y las Escuelas Resolviendo las Disputas através de la Mediación Han surgido muchas preguntas sobre qué es exactamente la mediación y cómo se lleva a cabo Esta publicación ha sido desarrollada por el Consorcio para la Resolución Apropiada de Disputas en la Educación Especial CADRE para responder a las preguntas que tantos padres profesores administradores y muchas otras personas tienen acerca de la mediación A través de la presentación de casos de la vida real el lector comprenderá mejor el proceso de la mediación y su flexibilidad inherente Este Documento fue publicado en Diciembre 2003 Mas informacion sobre IDEA 2004 View this document in English Preguntas Frecuentes Acerca de la Mediación Esta publicación ha sido desarrollada por CADRE Consorcio para la Resolución Apropiada de Disputas en la Educación Especial con el fin de responder a la gran cantidad de preguntas que muchos padres maestros y administradores entre otras personas tienen acerca de la mediación Desde preguntas básicas tales como Qué es la mediación y Cómo funciona ésto a Por qué querría yo usar la mediación y Quién toma las decisiones estas preguntas proporcionan al

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  • Resources
    disagreements about special education and early intervention programs CADRE Resources Home CADRE Continuum Literature Database For Family Members Español Additional Resources For Mediators IDEA Legal Locate Professionals Locate Trainers Preparing for Dispute Resolution Processes Research Evaluation State Information Systems Design Training Resources Part C Early Intervention CADRE Products State Dispute Resolution Resource Showcase Parent Dispute Resolution Resource Showcase CADRE Webinars Calendar This document does not offer formal policy guidance from

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  • Resources for Mediators
    for Mediators The Mediator Classification Index MCI is designed to assist in understanding the approach or style a mediator tends to use during the mediation process The MCI is a valuable tool which you may ask prospective mediators to complete as part of the mediator selection process This is also a valuable tool for mediator self examination Guidelines For Conflict Management in Special Education A Manual From Portland Oregon Public Schools These conflict management guidelines are designed to help district staff and parents effectively address conflict in special education The creation of this document was part of a Portland Public Schools Alternative Dispute Resolution ADR local capacity grant funded by the Oregon Department of Education ODE Maximizing Mediation This article suggests that the adoption of a maximizing mediation approach by the mediator is permissible and advised There are no barriers to mediators moving beyond the world of barely sufficient processes and barely sufficient results to stimulate maximized processes and maximized results Mediation Options to Resolve Problems Underlying Disputes This document is a handout from a presentation delivered by Lyn Beekman at the ALLIANCE National Conference in Washington D C January 2000 The text is a brief overview of alternative dispute resolution options notably mediation and their relation to the resolution of special education disputes The document also includes Suggested Communication Guidelines and a number of sample agreements forms Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators These are the standards of mediation practice jointly defined by the American Bar Association ABA Association for Conflict Resolution ACR and the American Arbitration Association AAA and are generally applicable to the mediation of legal disputes The model standards of conduct for mediators are intended to perform three major functions to serve as a guide for the conduct of mediators to inform the mediating parties and to promote public confidence in mediation as a process for resolving disputes Team Based Conflict Resolution in Special Education The IDEA 97 regulations specify that the mediation states must offer when a due process hearing has been requested are to be conducted by a single mediator Team conciliation is offered not as a process that satisfies these requirements but rather as one of many options that may be useful in addition to those that are legally required when parents and educators disagree Conciliation may be of particular value when those disagreements include issues of culture gender or class bias The Role of Attorneys in Special Education Mediation This paper examines the role of attorneys and to a lesser extent advocates in special education mediation It examines the positions held by both proponents and opponents of permitting attorneys and advocates to participate in special education mediation It then considers the interests and concerns shared by advocates of the two opposing views The paper concludes with practical recommendations that attempt to satisfy these common interests This document was published in June 2001 More information on IDEA 2004 Dealing With Worldviews In Interpersonal Conflict What fuels our daily experiences Why are we so

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  • IDEA Legal, Regulatory and Guidance Resources
    For Mediators IDEA Legal Locate Professionals Locate Trainers Preparing for Dispute Resolution Processes Research Evaluation State Information Systems Design Training Resources Part C Early Intervention CADRE Products State Dispute Resolution Resource Showcase Parent Dispute Resolution Resource Showcase CADRE Webinars Calendar This document does not offer formal policy guidance from the Office of Special Education Programs at the United States Department of Education Subscribe to The CADRE Caucus WHAT S CADRE CAUCUS Share CADRE Tweet This site is funded by Subscribe to CADRE s Practitioner List Serve WHAT S PRACTITIONER LIST SERVE IDEA Legal Regulatory and Guidance Resources Email this Print this This page contains links to legal and regulatory resources regarding the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act IDEA in addition to guidance on the IDEA from the U S Department of Education Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services OSERS and Office of Special Education Programs OSEP News information and other resources relating to the IDEA are available here Building the Legacy IDEA 2004 Statute The Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 Public Law 108 446 Searchable version of IDEA Statute Federal Regulations IDEA Part B Federal Regulations Code of Federal Regulations August 14 2006 and December 1

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  • CADRE - Locate Professionals
    This site is funded by Subscribe to CADRE s Practitioner List Serve WHAT S PRACTITIONER LIST SERVE Locate Professionals CADRE is pleased to provide an online searchable database of special education professionals You can join the CADRE database of professionals at no cost The information is entirely self reported No attempt has been made by CADRE to confirm the accuracy of this information Inclusion in the CADRE data base of professionals does not constitute CADRE s endorsement nor does it represent that the listed individual has met any particular standards or requirements including those described in IDEA 04 CADRE is not able to offer any warranties whatsoever as to the quality of services that may be obtained from professionals in this data base Before utilizing the services of a listed individual CADRE recommends that you check references and otherwise confirm that the services offered will meet your needs Name Search Fill in if applicable just a few characters if desired Last Name or Business Name Location Select a state or province if applicable Hold down the control key if you want to select more than one State Province Select state prov other Alabama AL Alaska AK American Samoa AS Arizona AZ Arkansas AR Bureau of Indian Affairs BI California CA Colorado CO Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands CM Connecticut CT Delaware DE District of Columbia DC Federated States of Micronesia FD Florida FL Georgia GA Guam GM Hawaii HI Idaho ID Illinois IL Indiana IN Iowa IA Kansas KS Kentucky KY Louisiana LA Maine ME Maryland MD Massachusets MA Michigan MI Minnesota MN Mississippi MS Missouri MO Montana MT Nebraska NE Nevada NV New Hampshire NH New Jersey NJ New Mexico NM New York NY North Carolina NC North Dakota ND Ohio OH Oklahoma OK Oregon OR Pennsylvania PA

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  • CADRE National Directory of Trainers & Consultants
    S CADRE CAUCUS Share CADRE Tweet This site is funded by Subscribe to CADRE s Practitioner List Serve WHAT S PRACTITIONER LIST SERVE CADRE National Directory of Trainers Consultants Email this Print this CADRE is pleased to announce an online data base of experienced special education mediation and conflict resolution trainers and consultants This National Directory is provided to SEAs LEAs parent groups and others looking for professional organizations and individuals with significant experience and knowledge of special education early intervention and dispute resolution processes Those searching for a dispute resolution trainer or consultant will find information about the services offered familiarity with special education early intervention and IDEA client references a list of recent training and consultation activities a roster of trainers and additional information This data base is available for listing and searching at no cost Links to Trainers Consultants Listed in the Directory A Dialogue for Disputants Art Stewart Consultant and Trainer Bergin Lytton Trisha M Ed Mediator IEP Facilitator Trainer Behavior Consultant Betsy Christ at Bear Necessities Studio CADRE Center for Celebration of Diversity Through Education Conflict Resolution Center of Iowa D Johns Consultant Inc Deborah Corey M ed MFT R Deusdedi Merced Education and Human Services Group Georgetown University Child Development Center Program GLOBAL ENRICHMENT SOLUTIONS LLC Holloway Zaiser Jean Munroe Associates Jeanne M Herbert M Ed Educational Consultant Jennifer Perrella Jim Gerl Jonda C Hamilton Consulting and Mediation Ltd Justice Associates Justice Center of Atlanta K L Management Consulting Key2Ed Inc Lyn Beekman Mediation And Travel Services Mediation Education ME Mediation Northwest Mediation Services PLLC Mediation Works Incorporated Michael H Jacobson National Academy for IDEA ALJs and Hearing Officers NMCA Training Institute Oakland Mediation Center Oldring Consulting Group Pennsylvania Conflict Resolution Mediation Services Inc PCRMS Perry A Zirkel Prodigal Autism Advocacy Center LLC Resolution

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  • Preparing for Dispute Resolution Processes
    People Who Are Culturally Deaf Historically mediation has not been an effective venue for dispute resolution for Deaf people because of linguistic inaccessibility and cultural non recognition Like other linguistic minority groups who experience and resolve conflict in a manner consistent with their social and communicative norms Deaf people have some unique perspectives The following article illuminates some of these perspectives and explains how mediators can address these differences when working with Deaf people in order to make mediation a more linguistically and culturally respectful and responsive endeavor A CADRE Publication This document was published in September 2002 More information on IDEA 2004 Considering Mediation for Special Education Disputes A School Administrator s Perspective This paper describes the advantages and disadvantages of mediation from an administrator s perspective in order to help other administrators make an informed decision about whether it is in the best interest of their school district and ultimately the students they serve for them to participate A CADRE Publication This document was published in September 2002 More information on IDEA 2004 Families and Schools Resolving Disputes through Mediation Many questions have been raised on exactly what mediation is and how it is done This publication has been developed by the Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education CADRE in partnership with the National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities NICHCY to respond to some of the questions that so many parents teachers administrators and others have about mediation Through the presentation of real life stories the reader will gain a better understanding of the mediation process and its inherent flexibility As different as these stories are each ends with a successfully negotiated agreement making it possible for the children involved to get the services they need and the parents and schools to work together with renewed collaboration and partnership A CADRE Publication This document was published in July 2002 Frequently Asked Questions FAQs on Mediation This publication has been developed by the Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education CADRE in partnership with the National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities NICHCY to respond to the host of questions that many parents teachers administrators and others have about mediation A CADRE Publication This document was published in July 2002 Special Education Mediation A Guide for Parents Hmong Kev xab thooj cov lus tsis sib haum hauv kev kawm ntawv tshwj xeeb yog ib phau ntawv rau cov niam txiv uas yog Qhov chaw koom txhawb tswv yim rau cov koom haum txhawb nqa niam txiv thiab qhov chaw txhim kho kom muaj kev sib kho yooj yim hauv kev kawm ntawv tshwj xeeb tau tsim los Phau ntawv no tau tsim los raws li tau cog lus nrog qhov chaw txhawb kev kawm ntawv tshwj xeeb ntawm ceem fwv fab kev kawm ntawv CFDA H326D98002 This document was completed in February 2002 More information on IDEA 2004 Sound Options Mediation Brochures Page linking to Sound Options Mediation Brochures The Attorney

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  • Research & Evaluation
    Published in the Journal of Disability Policy Studies Due Process Hearings 2001 Update from Project Forum Encouraging Meaningful Parent Educator Collaboration A Recent Review of Literature This document synthesizes findings from a number of recent academic studies and policy publications Among the highlights is the idea that involvement may be too narrow a term to encapsulate the range and depth of partnerships that support students success Evaluating the Fiscal Effectiveness of ADR Processes Cost Benefit Analysis CBA Return on Investment ROI Alternative dispute resolution ADR processes have resulted in positive outcomes for parents students who receive special education and related services advocates school district staff and others Persons in dispute are provided opportunities to have their disagreements dealt with promptly The anxiety of long waits in the due process litigation system is relieved often times with low or no cost professional services provided to all parties And perhaps most importantly ADR has provided a process for effectively mending broken relationships and set a course for positive future interactions In the Best Interests of the Child Individualized Education Program IEP Meetings When Parent Are In Conflict This publication was developed to better understand the problem of parents or caregivers having difficulty working together especially during IEP team meetings Initial Review of Research Literature on ADR in Special Education This article describes a literature search process employed to identify research in ADR and special education organizes some initial search results briefly summarizes them and raises important questions for the purpose of generating a future research agenda Mediating at the Maryland Office of Administrative Hearings The Maryland Office of Administrative Hearings provides special education mediation services to the State Department of Education Division of Special Education Early Intervention Services This brief article spotlights the service and its recent success For FY 2003 the office received 425 special education mediation requests 298 cases went to mediation and 193 of those settled for an agreement rate of 65 Michigan Special Education Mediation Program Receives Positive Evaluations Recent mediation participants completed an evaluation form that the Michigan Special Education Mediation Program MSEMP provides to all mediation participants The results of these evaluations are compiled quarterly and used to assist program staff with maintaining high quality mediation services for special education disputes The evaluation asks several questions with short prompted answers as well as gives participants the opportunity to provide longer written feedback The article summarizes answers to key questions on evaluations received during the July 1 2000 March 31 2001 time period from 66 mediation participants National Dispute Resolution Use and Effectiveness Study CADRE partner NASDSE has been systematically gathering dispute resolution information from SEAs to analyze formative process and summative outcome information on the use and effectiveness of conflict resolution procedures The National Dispute Resolution Use and Effectiveness Study reviews previously published research examines recently collected data and makes important recommendations A CADRE Publication This document was published in September 2004 More information on IDEA 2004 Optional IDEA Alternative Dispute Resolution This In Depth Policy

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