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The National Center on Dispute Resolution in Special Education

"Encouraging the use of mediation and other collaborative strategies to resolve disagreements about special
education and early intervention programs."

RAISE Article Details

ARTICLE INFORMATION
Title: Improving special education mediation.
Publication Date: November 2008
Authors: Fritz, J. M.
Source: International Review of Sociology
Volume #: 18       Issue: 3       Pages: 469-480
Abstract: This article provides background information about special education and mediation and offers some points to consider for those interested in starting, improving or analyzing a special education mediation process. This article is based on the author's experience as a mediator as well as on site visits, interviews and a review of the relevant literature. The author concludes that mediation can be a very effective method for settling special education disputes and/or improving relationships but that the process can be affected by outside factors such as politics, finances and/or the system. (Abstract from author)
Categories: Research - Qualitative
Mediation

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