Section 504 or IDEA
504 Plan or IEP
FERPA
Groups: K-12 or College
Groups: K-12 or College

100

Which one is the Federal Special Education Law?

IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act)

100

Which one is covered under IDEA?

IEP (Individualized Educational Plan/Program)

100

If you are enrolled in classes but do not physically "attend" a school, you are not protected under FERPA.  True or False?

False.  Individuals who are not physically located on a campus are also considered "students" and are covered under FERPA law.  

Those who audit classes (attend but do not receive a grade) or those who are accepted but not enrolled are not covered under FERPA.  

100

With which group would the school be responsible for seeking out a student and assessing to see if he or she has any difficulties?  

K-12 (under IDEA law)

100

In which age group must students initiate communication with teachers to get services?

College age (under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act)

200

Which law was created in 1975?

IDEA (but at the time it had a different name). 

200

Which one involves programming in Special Education?

IEP

200

Under FERPA law, what does PIC stand for?

___________ ____________ Information

Personally Identifiable Information

It can only be disclosed if the educational institution obtains the signature of the parent or student (over 18) on a document specifically identifying the information to be disclosed.  

200

Which group has to apply for any requested accommodations if they are deemed eligible?

College age (under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act)

200

Which group has parents who can independently initiate communication with their child's teacher?

K-12 (under FERPA and IDEA since they are not 18)

300

Which one was originally known as the "Education for All Handicapped Children Act"?

IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act)

300

Which one involves programming in general education?

504 Plan

300

Under FERPA, schools are permitted to destroy education records without notice to students.  True or False?

True.  

Unless their is an outstanding request by an eligible student to inspect and review education records, FERPA permits schools to destroy such records without notice to the student.

300

Once diagnosed with a disability, which group must automatically receive services if deemed eligible?

K-12 age (under IDEA)

300

Which age group of students would already be in possession of documentation of their disability and would be responsible for disclosing that information on their own?

College age (under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act)

400

Which one is the Federal Civil Rights Law?

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act

400

Which one is monitored by a classroom teacher?

504 Plan

400

If a student attends a post secondary institution (such as a University or College) before he turns 18, his FERPA rights are not transferred to him (from his parents) until turns 18.  True or False?

False.  

Once a student reaches 18 years OR attends a post secondary institution, he or she becomes an "eligible student" and all rights transfer to that student. 

400

With which group, can parents NOT receive information directly when they ask about their child?

College age (under FERPA and Section 504 laws)

400

Which group of students would typically receive assistance with accommodations including help with when to utilize technology?

K-12 age (under IDEA)

500

Which law was created in 1973?

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act 

500

Which one is monitored by special education building or support staff?

IEP

500

Once a student or his parents request an amendment to education records, the school must provide an amendment.  True or False?

False.  

The school is only required to CONSIDER the request for amendment.  

500

Which group of students should know which particular services or accommodations (including technology) that they must request to be successful?

College age (under Section 504 law)

500

Which group of students has parents who are able to request and receive information about their children?

K-12 (FERPA and IDEA)