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THE PEOPLE VS THE SCHOOL SYSTEM How do YOU think we can create a better future of learning. Go here and share your thoughts on the topic! http://www.bit.ly/2ciqj4z Check out the audio only version here: https://soundcloud.com/prince-ea/we-just-sued-the-school-system Music by: http://djsneverendingstory.com/ Filmed and Edited by http://shareability.com/ Directed By Joel Bergvall and Joe Lombardi (https://vimeo.com/aztechfilm) Awesome Animation and Graphics By Hodja Berlev (https://www.facebook.com/Neonbyte-382305275259022/) Casting and Assistant Production By: Spencer Sharp (https://www.facebook.com/dispencery/?hc_ref=SEARCH) BOOK REFERENCES. If you are interested in learning more on the subject I would suggest a few books to get started 1) Weapons of Mass Instruction by John Tay...
Subscribe to Prince Ea - https://www.youtube.com/user/thamagicsho2003 In partnership with Artists 4 America. If you want to learn more about Education Savings Accounts & share your voice visit http://www.artists4america.org. Subscribe to FBE! New videos every week! http://goo.gl/aFu8C Watch all main React episodes (Kids/Teens/Elders/Adults/YouTubers): http://goo.gl/4iDVa Teens discuss the education issues from Prince Ea's video. Watch to see their reactions! Videos featured in this episode: I JUST SUED THE SCHOOL SYSTEM !!! https://goo.gl/cJAGyn This episode features the following teenagers! Anahita, age 16 https://www.instagram.com/anahita_j_/ Darius, age 16 https://www.instagram.com/TheDariusCarr/ Makena, age 16 https://twitter.com/makenakane Sydney, age 16 Alicia, age 17 Bryson, age ...
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Supreme court rules against technical education through correspondence course. SC affirmed the findings of the Punjab and Haryana high court on the issue. Two years ago, the Punjab and Haryana high court ruled that a degree in 'computer science' obtained through distance mode could not considered on par with one attained by attending regular classes. Supreme Court set aside a verdict by the Odisha high court, which allowed technical education by correspondence. Know this story in detail in this video. सुप्रीम कोर्ट ने किसी तरह का कोई भी टेक्निकल कोर्स कॉरेस्पोन्डेन्स मोड से नहीं होगा। ओडिशा हाईकोर्ट के फैसले को खारिज करते हुए सुप्रीम कोर्ट ने कहा है कि तकनीकि शिक्षा दूरस्थ पाठ्यक्रम और माध्यम से नहीं उपलब्ध कराया जा सकता है। इससे पहले ओडिशा हाई कोर्ट ने टेक्निकल कोर्सेज को कॉरेस्पोन्डेन...
On Wednesday, January 11, 2017 the U.S. Supreme Court heard the case of a student with autism that parents argue was not making progress in the public school. They placed him in a private school and requested the school district reimburse them for the costs of the private school. The school district argued that Drew had made some educational progress when he was in the district and therefore, were not obligated to pay for his private school education. The basic question in this case before the U.S. Supreme Court is: What is the level of educational benefit that school districts must confer on children with disabilities to provide them with a free and appropriate public education (FAPE) guaranteed by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)? Parents, school districts and ...
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On Wednesday the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that public schools must offer disabled students a special educational program that is sufficiently ambitious to ensure they make progress in school. In what is being called a victory for disabled students everywhere, the Supreme Court justices unanimously ruled in favor of autistic student Endrew F, setting aside a lower court ruling that had found Colorado's Douglas County school district had satisfied federal law by offering Endrew the bare minimum in educational benefits. The judges, however, had found that schools must offer more than the bare minimum to disabled children. The victory is a timely one, given that the the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act has come under scrutiny during the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nomine...
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How much of a benefit do schools have to provide kids with IEPs? That's the question at the heart of the Endrew F. vs. Douglas County School District case, which was argued today in front of the Supreme Court. We're coming to you now from Washington, DC, discussing this important case and what it might mean for your child with an IEP.
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