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Citation: Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education. 2014. “Reuniones de Resolución de Educación Especial de IDEA Guía para padres de niños y adolescentes (de 3 a 21 años de edad).” http://www.cadreworks.org/sites/default/files/resources/ResolutionMeetingParentGuide_FINAL_10.24.14.pdf (accessed January 5, 2017).


Resource Description: This is a guide written in Spanish for families to help them have a better understanding of resolution meetings, which is one of the ways in which special education disputes can be resolved.


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Citation: Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education. 2014. “Mediación de Educación Especial de IDEA Guía para padres de niños y adolescentes (de 3 a 21 años de edad).” http://www.cadreworks.org/sites/default/files/resources/Mediation%20Parent%20Guide_FINAL_10.24.14.pdf (accessed January 5, 2017).


Resource Description: This is a booklet (in Spanish) for parents and family members. It provides an overview of the mediation process along with information on the benefits of mediation and what parents need to know to prepare for mediation.


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Citation: Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education. 2014. “IDEA Special Education Written State Complaints: A Guide for Parents of Children and Youth.” http://www.cadreworks.org/sites/default/files/resources/WritenStateComplaintsParentGuide_FINAL_10.24.14.pdf (accessed January 5, 2017).


Resource Description: This booklet, for parents and families, provides a comprehensive overview of the state complaint process.


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Citation: Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education. 2014. “IDEA Special Education Resolution Meetings: A Guide for Parents of Children and Youth.” http://www.cadreworks.org/sites/default/files/resources/ResolutionMeetingParentGuide_FINAL_10.24.14.pdf (accessed January 5, 2017).


Resource Description: This is a guide written for families to help them have a better understanding of resolution meetings, which is one of the ways in which special education disputes can be resolved.


URL: Access Document: English | Spanish


 

Citation: Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education. 2014. “IDEA Special Education Mediation: A Guide for Parents of Children and Youth.” http://www.cadreworks.org/sites/default/files/resources/Mediation%20Parent%20Guide_FINAL_10.24.14.pdf (accessed January 5, 2017).


Resource Description: This is a booklet for parents and family members. It provides an overview of the mediation process along with information on the benefits of mediation and what parents need to know to prepare for mediation.


URL: Access Document: English | Spanish


 

Citation: Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education. 2014. “IDEA Special Education Due Process Complaints/Hearing Requests: A Guide for Parents of Children and Youth.” http://www.cadreworks.org/sites/default/files/resources/DueProcessParentGuide_FINAL_10.24.14_0.pdf (accessed January 5, 2017).


Resource Description: This booklet gives parents and families a comprehensive overview of the due process complaint and hearing process.


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Citation: Office of Administrative Hearings, California Department of General Services. Date.  “Solucion de Disputas de Educacion Especial entre los Padres y los Distritos Escolares.” (brochure). Sacramento, CA: California Department of General Services. http://www.documents.dgs.ca.gov/oah/forms/Brochures/SPECED_SPAN.pdf (accessed January 5, 2017).


Resource Description: This brochure, written in Spanish, offers information about resolving disagreements between school districts and families.


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Citation: Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education. 2014. “
Solicitudes de Quejas/Audiencias de proceso Legal Debido de Educación Especial de IDEA Incluyendo solicitudes de audiencias expeditas: Guía para padres de niños y adolescentes (de 3 a 21 años de edad).” http://www.cadreworks.org/sites/default/files/resources/DueProcessParentGuide_FINAL_10.24.14_0.pdf (accessed January 5, 2017).


Resource Description: This booklet (in Spanish) gives parents and families a comprehensive overview of the due process complaint and hearing process.


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Citation: Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education. 2014. “Quejas por Escrito sobre Educación Especial de IDEA ante el Estado Guía para padres de niños y adolescentes (de 3 a 21 años de edad).” http://www.cadreworks.org/sites/default/files/resources/WritenStateComplaintsParentGuide_FINAL_10.24.14.pdf (accessed January 5, 2017).


Resource Description: This booklet (in Spanish), for parents and families, provides a comprehensive overview of the state complaint process


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Citation: Office of Special Education Programs, U.S. Department of Education. n.d. “OSEP English to Spanish Translation Glossary.” http://glossary.spanadvocacy.org/ (accessed January 5, 2017).


Resource Description: This is a glossary available through the California Department of Education that offers terms frequently used in special education that can be translated from English to Spanish.


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Category: Resources in Spanish
Tags: Collaboration, IEPs, Parents, Practice, Resource in Spanish

Citation: Office of Administrative Hearings, California Department of General Services. 2016.  “Manual de Educacion Especial.”  Sacramento, CA: California Department of General Services. https://www.documents.dgs.ca.gov/oah/SE/SE%20Guide%20to%20understanding%20DPHSpanish.pdf (accessed January 5, 2017).


Resource Description: A comprehensive guide to understanding Special Education Due Process Hearings at OAH (in Spanish). This User Guide contains answers to frequently asked questions about the hearing process to help parents and other parties better understand California’s special education dispute resolution system.


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Citation: U.S. Department of Education n.d. “Bienvenidos: Recursos en español. Education Resources for Spanish Speakers.” http://www2.ed.gov/espanol/bienvenidos/es/index.html?src=footer (accessed January 5, 2017).


Resource Description: This is a US Department of Education website with various resources for public education for Spanish speaking families.  (Note: Links to find school, district, state information lead to English pages requiring English reading to use search function.)


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