Survey of Parents of Students Receiving Special Education Services
Arlington ISD seeks to collect input from parents with a child receiving special education services regarding the IEP process.
All responses will be collected anonymously to help guide the district in continuous improvement.
Encuesta a padres de estudiantes recibiendo servicios de educación especial
Arlington ISD pretende recoger aportaciones de los padres con un estudiante que recibe servicios de educación especial en relación con el proceso del IEP.
Todas las respuestas se recogerán en forma anónima para ayudar a guiar el distrito en su mejoría continua. Gracias por su aportación.
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Empowering each student, regardless of ability, to author their own story.
We facilitate access to inclusive opportunities with every interaction through Student Self-Advocacy, Services & Supports, Collaboration, and Specially Designed Instruction.
- Senate Bill 139 is intended to provide Texas families with information regarding the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA), Dyslexia, Multi-Tiered Systems of Support, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The direct link to the specific document can be located by click the link below.
Resources | Texas Education Agency
- Required to posting of TEA-developed document intended to assist parents whose children may have been previously delayed or denied an evaluation under the IDEA in requesting compensatory services for their child. The document is linked below and in both English and Spanish. The English and Spanish documents are located
Comp Services One Pager Sept 2021 (texas.gov)
Comp Services One Pager Sept 2021 SPANISH (texas.gov)
- TEA Updates in Special Education
- TEA Actualizaciones en Educación Especial
- Student Code of Conduct (English)
- Student Code of Conduct (Spanish)
NEWS & INFORMATION
THE ROLE OF A LICENSED SPECIALIST IN SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY (LSSP)
LSSPs support general education and special education students’ ability to learn and teachers’ ability to teach by being experts in learning, mental health, behavior, and school systems. We evaluate, provide counseling services, consult with campus and district staff, provide crisis prevention and response, and qualify students for special education supports for eligibilities of Emotional Disturbance, Autism, and ADHD. In AISD we have 22 LSSPs, 2 interns and several practicum students who support –
- Struggling and diverse learners
- Safe and supportive learning environments
- Student achievement and well-being
- School-wide date-based decision making
- School-family-community partnerships