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This library contains CADRE resources as well as State, Lead Agency and Parent Center resources. Please note that CADRE makes no endorsement of the State, Lead Agency and Parent Center resources included here, nor of any policies, procedures, processes, or documents specific to any item.

AFC - Special Education Mediation Program: A Manual of Guidelines and Procedures (Prepared by the Safehorizon Mediation program)

AZ - Agreement to Mediate

AZ - Mediation Evaluation Survey

BIE - Dispute Resolution in Special Education Through Mediation - Parent/School and Mediator's Manual (2009)

CO - Mediation Tracking Report

DC - Ombuds Annual Report (2017)

DC - Ombudsman Quarter 1 and 2 Report School Year 2017-18

DE - 20 Questions You Should Answer Before Creating an IEP Facilitation System

DE-8 20QuestionsYouShouldAnswerBeforeCreatingFIEPSystem.pdf

FACT - Special Education Toolkit (2016)

This document was published in July 2002. More information on IDEA 2004.
Esta publicación ha sido desarrollada por el Consorcio para la Resolución Apropiada de Disputas en la Educación Especial (CADRE) para responder a las preguntas que tantos padres, profesores, administradores y otras muchas personas tienen acerca de la mediación.

IA - Checklist for legally binding mediation agreement

IA - Special Education Mediation Conference Procedures

ID - Combined Facilitator Self-Evaluation & Facilitation Summary Form

ID - Contact Information for Survey Followup

ID - Facilitation Log Form

ID - Facilitator Self-evaluation Form

INCLUDEnyc - Special Education Mediation Guidelines and Procedures

There are a number of reasons for making mediation more accessible and responsive to families from culturally, economically and linguistically diverse backgrounds. This document is intended to provide educators with guidance that may help them understand why some families may not participate in mediation, and strategies for increasing the participation of families from diverse backgrounds. Most importantly, Keys to Access offers practical recommendations that school personnel, early intervention service providers, mediation providers, and families can use to develop the knowledge, positive...

LA - Mediation Report

This article suggests that the adoption of a maximizing mediation approach by the mediator is permissible and advised. There are no barriers to mediators moving beyond the world of barely sufficient processes and barely sufficient results to stimulate maximized processes and maximized results.

MEPF-9 - Parents Right Card

MN - FIEP Follow-up Survey

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