Special Education Services:
Kadena High School has a Case Study Committee (CSC) in order to implement DoDEA compliance with Public Law 94142 and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) (PL 101476). Current revisions reflects changes in the delivery of special education services as mandated by the 1997 amendment (PL105-17) to the Individual with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) (PL 101-476) as implemented in DoDEA by DoD Instruction 1342.12 ( April 11, 2005).
The CSC refers to a multidisciplinary team of special educators, speech and language therapists, regular educators, related services personnel (counselors, nurse, school psychologist, LI/CI assessors and Education and Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS) medical personnel), administrators, and parents (when appropriate). The CSC meets to consider referrals, plan and conduct assessments, determine eligibility, and develop programs for students who may need special education and related services. The Core CSC personnel are responsible for a variety of activities involved with the effective functioning of the special education program. The student specific CSC is responsible for those activities directly related to a specific student from the time of referral through Individual Education Program (IEP) development. The CSC Monitoring Standards, July 2012 are:
ial Education Courses: The Learning Impaired Mild to Moderate and Learning Impaired Moderate to Severe students also participate as office assistant.
Staff Assistant: AAC 301
Child Find is the ongoing process used by DoDEA and the Medically Related Services Department of the Armed Forces to seek, and with consent of parents, identify individuals (from birth to age 21, inclusive), who are eligible to receive special education and related services (speech/language, learning, physical, emotional). Child Find activities include the dissemination of information to the public as well as screening, referral, and identification procedures. All referrals are confidential and anyone who has an educational concern about a child should contact the KDHS guidance counselors.