Special Education Advocacy

Special Education Advocacy

Building Advocacy Brochure

Every child needs someone who believes in them. As an educator, you are in a unique position to both identify and understand the individual needs of a student. However, advocating for what’s best for a student is not only a teacher’s responsibility, it is shared among parents, caregivers, other professionals, and the student themselves. This assignment is meant for you to determine definitions, descriptions, and best practice tips for advocacy in special education.

Create a 6-panel brochure about effective advocacy that includes the following topics:

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Advocacy involves supporting and enabling a group of people to access the information and services, defend their rights and responsibilities.  In other words, it consists of speaking on behalf of another group…
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