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    for Dispute Resolution Research and Evaluation Resources Sample State Forms System Design Training Resources Video Resources The National Center on Dispute Resolution in Special Education Encouraging the use of mediation and other collaborative strategies to resolve 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 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 RAISE Article Details Email this Print this ARTICLE INFORMATION Title The failure of legalization in education Alternative dispute resolution and the Education for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975 Publication Date 1989 Authors Goldberg S S Source Journal of Law Education Volume 18 Issue 3 Pages 441 454 Abstract A federal statute

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    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 RAISE Article Details Email this Print this ARTICLE INFORMATION Title Evaluating the effectiveness of mediation as an alternative to the due process theory in special education Final Report 9 1 86 8 31 87 Publication Date September 1987 Authors Turnbull H R III McGinley K H Source Kansas University Lawrence Department of Special Education Abstract This study examined the effectiveness of mediation in comparison with due process hearings in resolving disputes between parents of children with disabilities and school districts Respondents from 10 states included 35 parents who had taken part in a mediation procedure only 29 in a mediation procedure prior to a due process hearing and 18 in a due process hearing only The Parent Satisfaction Survey was developed and used to assess parental satisfaction with either the due process hearing or the mediation procedure as well as the outcome of these

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    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 RAISE Article Details Email this Print this ARTICLE INFORMATION Title Evaluation and cost estimation of special education mediation conferences in California PL94 142 Publication Date 1987 Authors Salzer K W Source Doctoral Dissertation Stanford University Abstract Federal Law PL 94 142 provides handicapped children with appropriate education Parents of handicapped children if dissatisfied can make and arbitrate a claim for a different education program for their child In 1980 under this law California instituted mediation as a less expensive and adversarial alternative to a state hearing Early evaluation suggested that arbitration was costly adversarial and socioeconomically biased but these studies were done before mediation was introduced and were limited by small samples The present study explored whether participants profit economically from pursuing their claims whether arbitration is worthwhile only under certain conditions and whether mediation is economically attractive Forty California families and thirty school districts reported on arbitration costs benefits and outcomes Costs of expert assistance and of time spent were estimated benefits were derived from an earlier study of the costs of special education programs probabilities of success were estimated net expected values were calculated for different durations of benefit payout types of legal representation and claim types and correlations among parameters and arbitration route were explored Two realistic case scenarios a mediation case and a state hearing case were interpreted to identify characteristics that make for a tough case and participant comments on satisfaction and hidden costs were analyzed Generally the benefits of arbitration justified the costs for both

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    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

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    Research and Evaluation Resources Sample State Forms System Design Training Resources Video Resources The National Center on Dispute Resolution in Special Education Encouraging the use of mediation and other collaborative strategies to resolve 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 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 RAISE Article Details Email this Print this ARTICLE INFORMATION Title Alternative dispute resolution Panacea or anathema Publication Date January 1986 Authors Edwards H T Source Harvard Law Review Volume 99 Pages 668 684 Abstract Article consists of mostly early theory about effectiveness of mediation Author believes that special ed disputes are one of the more

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    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 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 RAISE Article Details Email this Print this ARTICLE INFORMATION Title Mediation in special education Two states experiences Publication Date January 1985 Authors Singer L R Nace E Source National Inst for Dispute Resolution Washington DC Abstract The report examines the use by two state governments of mediation to resolve disputes between schools and parents of handicapped children Officials parents educators and legal personnel from California and Massachusetts were interviewed mediations were observed mediation agreements examined and statistics reviewed A typical case illustrates the mediation process Findings revealed a striking uniformity in process in the

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    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 the Office of Special Education Programs at the United States Department of Education Subscribe

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    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 RAISE Article Details Email this Print this ARTICLE INFORMATION Title Choosing how to intervene Factors affecting the use of process and outcome control in third party dispute resolution Publication Date 1985 Authors Lewicki R J Sheppard B H Source Journal of Occupational Behavior Volume 6 Issue 1 Pages 49 64 Abstract The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of three situational variables time pressure to resolve the dispute expectation of future relations between disputants and range of impact of the settlement on future conflicts on a third party s style of managing a dispute These variables were systematically manipulated in two different case scenarios and presented to respondents in questionnaire form It was hypothesized that these variables would differentially affect the parties willingness to exert control over the outcome of the conflict and the process by which the parties attempted to achieve resolution The predisposition of the respondents to adopt one of four specific third party styles adversarial intervention inequisitorial intervention mediation and providing impetus was also measured to determine both overall preference for each style and preference as a function of the independent variables The results demonstrate that respondents were significantly more likely to employ outcome control strategies when they were under time pressure when the disputants would not be likely to work together in the future and when the settlement would have broad impact

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