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Examples of how the schools commit procedural violations:

  • Failure to devise an appropriate IEP based on the child's individual needs.
     

  • Failure to implement the IEP as written.
     

  • Failure to allow the parents to meaningfully participate in the IEP development process.
     

  • Failure of proper personnel to be present during the case conference committee meetings.
     

  • Failure to give notice of rights, planned meetings.
     

  • Failure of the school to prevent punishment of the child for actions or inactions that are manifestations of the child's disability (caused by the child's disability).
     

  • Failure to train staff and aides in the child's areas of disability.
     

  • Failure to train parents in the child's areas of disability.
     

  • Failure to maintain proper records.
     

  • Predetermining placement and services before the case conference committee meeting.
     

  • Failure to conduct necessary evaluations of the child.
     

  • Failure to provide education and services in the least restrictive environment, based on that child's individual needs.
     

  • Failure to offer extended school year services to the child, resulting in regression of skills during the summer vacation that cannot be recouped quickly.
     

  • Failure to convene a case conference committee meeting.
     

  • Failure by the school to notice that the child was one in need of special education or services, despite evidence that the child was struggling academically or behaviorally.
     

  • Failure to provide records within 45 days when requested by parents.
     

  • Failure to allow the special needs child to participate in extracurricular activities to the same extent as his non-disabled peers when the child could participate with accommodations provided by the school.

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  • Drug Facts
  • Many non-medical users crush the tablets and either snort the resulting powder, or dissolve it in water and "cook" it for intravenous injection.
  • Some street names for Ritalin are : Kibbles and bits, speed, west coast, vitamin R, r-ball, smart drug
  • Ritalin is a Schedule II Controlled Substance. Other Schedule II drugs are Oxycontin and Percocet.
  • According to a new DEA report, in some U.S. schools a staggering 30 percent of students are medicated.