Special Education Expert Witnesses
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, in 2017-2018, 7.0 million or 14 percent of public school students, received Special Education services in the United States under the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA). Special Education is the practice of educating students in a way that concentrates on their individual differences and needs. The purpose of the special education curriculum is to give equal access to education for students from birth through the age of 21. Specialized services provide special needs students to help them succeed in general classrooms and curriculum. Special Education assimilates and merges special needs learners into the regular school population and ultimately into the community. Our expert witnesses, speakers, and consultants on Special Education are scholars and researchers from major universities and professionals including but not limited to Assessment, Autism, Disability, Education, Human Factors, Motivation, Quality Assurance, Strategic Planning, Teaching, and Training. Our Special Education witnesses have successfully testified for both the plaintiff and defense.
“The Condition of Education - Preprimary, Elementary, And Secondary Education - Elementary and Secondary Enrollment - Children and Youth with Disabilities - Indicator May (2019)". Nces.Ed. Gov, 2019, https://nces.ed.gov/programs/coe/indicator_cgg.asp.