Diana v. Board of Education (1970) Assessing children who are linguistically diverse.
Write two well-written paragraphs about my assigned court case or law (shown below) related to special education. And prepare 3 minutes slide show presentation about it. Follow the instructions and rubric below.
Write two well-written paragraphs about my assigned court case or law (shown below) related to special education. The first paragraph will be a description of your case or law. The second paragraph will detail the implications/outcomes of the case or law.
Please submit your paper on Canvas and be ready to describe your findings in a practiced slideshow presentation in class.
My Assigned Case or Law:
Describe Court Case or Law _______/1 point
Describe Implications/Outcomes _______/1 point
Cite Resources (at least 2 valid resources) _______/1 point
Oral Presentation with Slideshow (2-4 minutes) _______/2 points
( * 1 point will be deducted for any presentation less than 1 1/2 minutes or more than 4 1/2 minutes)
Requirements: 2 paragraphs and 3 min slideshow
Diana was a student at Soledad School District in central California. She was reviewed by a psychologist employed by the school using the Stanford Binet Intelligence Test, as per the policy during that time, after experiencing learning challenges (Diana, 1970). She was placed in an Educable Mentally Retarded class as the test showed that she had slight mental retardation. On behalf of 9 Mexican American children aged 8-13 was filed in the federal court against Soledad Unified School District, Members of the California State Board of Education, and State Superintendent Wilson Riles.
(370 words and 3 slides)