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Assume you are a congress woman from your district. Discuss what activities you would be engaged in both Washington DC back in your home district. Discuss the roles of committee and sub-committee work, meeting with other politicians, drafting pieces of legislation, etc. What would occur in Washington, activities like meeting with constituents, and asking questions.
Write an essay of 1,000-1,250 words in which you address the social implications of attitude, legislation, and litigation on the lives of students with disabilities. Include the following components in your essay:
Explain how thinking has changed regarding the understanding of students with disabilities. How has legislation and litigation influenced the education of students with disabilities?There are many challenges facing educators, which include increasingly higher standards and teacher accountability for student performance. What do you predict will happen to students with disabilities in the current educational climate and special education in the future?What was your initial response during your first personal encounter with an individual with a disability? Based on your current knowledge and experiences, how would your response be different now?Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the GCU Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. Be sure to use three scholarly sources to prepare your paper.
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