LRE is the terminology used under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) to describe the right of children with disabilities to be educated in an integrated setting.
School have in writing and in place, policies and procedures which insure that: To the maximum extent appropriate, students with disabilities, including those in public or private residential institutions and other care facilities are educated with students who are not disabled. Special Classes or removal of students from the regular education environment to special classes or separate facilities, occurs only when it is documented that education classes using supplementary aids and services cannot be satisfactorily achieved.
Least Restrictive Environment. A federal mandate that to the maximum extent appropriate, children with disabilities be educated with children who are not disabled.
Least restrictive environment. When appropriate, children with disabilities are to be educated with children who have no disabilities.
An educational placement that ensures that to the maximum extent possible, children with special needs are educated with children not in need of special education services.
Least Restrictive Environment. Placement of an individual with a disability in any program which promotes maximum interaction with the general education program in a manner beneficial to the individual student and students in the general education classroom. The IEP will be the management tool toward achievement of the maximum least restrictive environment; therefore, shall be applied within the framework of meeting the "unique needs" of each child. It is not a provision for mainstreaming, nor does it mandate that all children with disabilities will be educated in the regular classroom.
least restrictive environment. A learning plan that provides the most possible time in the regular classroom setting.
a legal term meaning that each child with a disability has a right to be educated with their nondisabled peers when appropriate and should remain in a regular education setting unless it is not appropriate to do so
Least Restrictive Environment. All children with disabilities have a right to be educated in the least restrictive environment, with supports and services, in which their IEPs can be implemented. This means that a child can be in a class with his non-disabled peers.
Least Restrictive Environment. LRE refers to the full continuum of placement options available to students with disabilities. The purpose of this plan is to articulate the process of bringing LAUSD into compliance with respect to the Least Restrictive Environment mandates of the law. (See Chandra Smith Consent Decree). The LRE must be determined based upon individual student needs and by a team comprised of people who have expertise as well as experience with the student, including the parents and the student, when appropriate.
A key requirement in special education: children with disabilities should, to the maximum extent appropriate, be educated with their non-disabled peers, or â€“ as the law puts it â€“ in the "least restrictive environment." The only time a child should be placed in a setting away from the general school population is when he or she cannot be educated in a regular class, even with supplementary aids and services.
Least Restrictive Environment. Exceptional children must be educated with their non-disabled peers to the maximum extent possible based on the rules and regulations promulgated by the legislature. When they are placed in settings with their non-disabled peers to the maximum extent possible, that is defined as the least restrictive environment.
(Least Restrictive environment) Federal and State law requires that all students with disabilities receive their education in an environment that is the least restrictive. The State plan says that " all schools will provide educational services for students with disabilities in schools where their peers without disabilities attend, in age appropriate general education class under the direct supervision of general education teachers, with special education support and assistance as determined appropriate through the IEPT."
Least Restrictive Environment. the educational placement of an exceptional child that offers the maximum benefits with a minimum of restrictions to involvement with non-exceptional peers.
Least Restrictive Environment. The requirement that each student with disabilities be educated as much as possible with non-disabled peers.
Least restrictive environment. A term meaning that children wtih disabilities must be educated (to the maximum extent appropriate) with children without disabilities.
Least Restrictive Environment. The educational placement where the child is with general education students to the maximum extent possible.
Least restrictive environment. The setting determined by the IEP team that gives the child as much time as possible in general education settings and activities while meeting the child's learning and physical needs. It also means that special classes, separate schooling, or other removal of a child with disabilities from the general education environment occurs only when the nature or severity of the disability is such that education in regular classes with the use of supplementary aids and services cannot be satisfactorily achieved.
Least restrictive environment; requirement to educate special needs children with children who are not disabled to the maximum extent possible.
Least Restrictive Environment. Committees on Special Education are required to make program recommendations that assure to the extent appropriate, children with disabilities are educated with children who are not disabled. A Resource Room placement is considered to be less restrictive than a special class placement—student is with mainstream students for more of the school day.
east estrictive nvironment: A requirement of IDEA. The educational setting of exceptional children and the education of handicapped children with non-handicapped children whenever realistic and possible. It is the least restrictive setting in which the disabled child can function without difficulty.
Least Restrictive Environment. A concept expressed by the courts in the 1970's, mandating that each person with a disability should be educated or served in the most "normal" setting and atmosphere. This led to the concept and practice of mainstreaming.
Least Restrictive Environment. an educational setting or program that provides a student with disabilities with the chance to work and learn to the best of his or her ability; it also provides the student as much contact as possible with children without disabilities, while meeting all of the child's learning needs and physical requirements.
Least Restrictive Environment. The least restrictive environment is one that will be most beneficial to the promotion and ease of an individual's education. The U.S. Department of Education's Federal Register (March 1999) and the Michigan Department of Education's Revised Administrative Rules for Special Education (November 2002) mandate that to the maximum extent appropriate, children with disabilities, including children in public or private institutions or other care facilities, be educated with children who do not have disabilities. Also, it requires that special classes, separate schooling, or other removal of children with disabilities from the regular educational environment occur only if the nature or severity of the disability is such that education in regular classes with the use of supplementary aids cannot be achieved satisfactorily.
Least Restrictive Environment. IDEA requires that a child with special needs be educated in a setting that provides for maximum interaction with nondisabled peers. IDEA states specifically that education for students with disabilities should take place in the "least restrictive environment."
Least Restrictive Environment. A work, school, or living situation that allows individuals as much freedom of choice and independence as possible without endangering their health or physical safety.
Least Restrictive Environment. refers to the concept that children with disabilities should be educated to the maximum extent possible with children who are not disabled while meeting all their learning needs and physical requirements. The type of setting is stipulated in a childâ€(tm)s IEP.
Least restrictive environment. placement of a disabled student in an environment that permits maximum contact with nondisabled peers, yet still meets the student's unique special education needs
Least Restrictive Environment. an educational setting in which a learning disabled student can effectively learn based on needs and capabilities while in a regular classroom with non-disabled peers.
least restrictive environment. to the maximum extent appropriate, children with disabilities are educated with children who are not disabled level of educational performance - precisely (accurately, clearly) describes the child's performance in academic areas, non-academic areas, communication, daily living skills, etc.
Least Restrictive Environment. Placement of a student with disabilities in a setting that allows maximum contact with students who do not have disabilities, while appropriately meeting the student's special education needs.
Least Restrictive Environment. One of the principles of normalization. It requires that people with disabilities receive services and support in environments that do not limit their life activities unnecessarily. For example, children with disabilities should be educated in way that meets their needs, and least limits their opportunities to be near and interact with other children.
Least restrictive environment; refers to placement of special education students in a classroom setting as integrated with their mainstream, nondisabled peers as is possible while still meeting their special educational needs.
Least restrictive environment. Placement of a student with disabilities in a regular class or in a special program for the amount of time that is appropriate for the individual child. Taking a child out of a regular school setting ( self contained setting) should be done only to ensure access to a satisfactory education.
Least Restrictive Environment. The requirement under Public Law 94-142 that children receiving special education must be made a part of the regular school and included with their typical peers to the fullest extent possible.