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Annotated Bibliographic Database of Literature on Dispute Resolution in Special Education

This searchable database contains bibliographic information for literature (research-based and policy/practice) relating to dispute resolution in special education.

The list of articles and publications below is organized by publication date; however, you can re-sort the list by clicking on Title, Author or Date at the top of each column.  In addition, you can limit the database's search function by specifying Research type (qualitative, quantitative or either) and choosing one or more of the Policy/Practive areas in the Search Articles table below.  For more information about an individual article, click on the title of the article. Where available, links to full-text articles are provided.

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TITLE AUTHORS DATE
National Trends in the Frequency and Outcomes of Hearing and Review Officer Decisions Under the IDEA: An Empirical Analysis
Source: Ohio State Journal of Dispute Resolution
Zirkel, P.A. & Skidmore, C.A. Fall 2014
Litigation and Special Education: The Past, Present, and Future Direction for Resolving Conflicts Between Parents and School Districts
Source: Journal of Disability Policy Studies
Mueller, T.G. 2014
Multiple Perspectives on Parent Involvement for Middle School Students Receiving Special Education Services
Source: University of Miami dissertation, UMI 3634668
Blatz, E. August 2014
Advocates and IEPs: Parental Perspectives and Solutions Schools Can Offer
Source: Chapman University dissertation, UMI 3637168
Matz, C.N. May 2014
Parents' Perceptions of Engagement During IEP Meetings
Source: Walden University dissertation, UMI 3622989
Myers, S.A. May 2014
What Do Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders Think?
Source: George Mason Univ. dissertation (UMI 3624386)
Thompson, C.C. Spring 2014
An Exploration of the Dynamics and Collaboration within IEP Teams
Source: California State University, Stanislaus (dissertation)
Spessard, S.L. May 2014
The Perceptions of IEP Meetings of Parents Who have Used a Parent Training and Information Center
Source: George Mason Univ. dissertation (UMI 3624968)
Blaiklock, D. April 2014
The Perceptions of Individualized Education Plan Meetings of Parents Who have Used a Parent Training and Information Center
Source: Doctoral dissertation, George Mason University
Blaiklock, D. Spring 2014
What Virginia Principals Should Know and Be Able to Do to Minimize Special Education Disputes Between Families and Schools: A Delphi Study
Source: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University dissertation
Moody, P.N. March 2014
Student and Parent IEP Collaboration: A Comparison Across School Settings
Source: Rural Special Education Quarterly
Williams-Diehm, K.L.; Brandes, J.A.; Chesnut, P.W.; Haring, K.A. Spring 2014
Engaging Parents in the Special Education Transition Process: Perspectives of Parents of Students with Significant Disabilities
Source: Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Univ of Pittsburgh
Snyder, S.A. 2014
In the Best Interests of the Child: Individualized Education Program (IEP) Meetings When Parent Are In Conflict
Source: CADRE
Feinberg, E., Moses, P., Engiles, A., Whitehorne, A., & Peter, M. Feb 2014
IDEA Special Education Mediation: A guide for parents of children and youth
Source: Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE) January 2014
IDEA Special Education Resolution Meetings: A guide for parents of children and youth
Source: Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE) January 2014
IDEA Special Education Written State Complaints: A guide for parents of children and youth
Source: Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE) January 2014
IDEA Special Education Due Process Complaints/Hearing Requests: A guide for parents of children and youth
Source: Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE) January 2014
Special Education Complaints Filed by Parents of Students With Autism Spectrum Disorders in the Midwestern United States
Source: Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities
White, S.E. 2014
Longitudinal Trends in Impartial Hearings under the IDEA
Source: West's Education Law Reporter
Zirkel, P.A. 2014
Trends in Impartial Hearings under the IDEA: A Follow-up Analysis
Source: West's Education Law Reporter
Zirkel, P.A. 2014
The Odd Man Out: How Fathers Navigate the Special Education System
Source: Remedial and Special Education
Mueller, T.G. & Buckley, P.C. 2014
Title 1 schools parent liaisons' reports regarding their roles and associated responsibilities to facilitate parent engagement to support children's academic achievement
Source: University of Hartford, ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing
Tacchi, B.M. 2013
Actions Speak Louder than Words: How Do Special Education Administrators Prevent and Resolve Conflict with Families?
Source: Journal of Special Education Apprenticeship
Mueller, T.G. & Piantoni, S. Dec. 2013
Navigating Special Education Disputes in Schools
Source: District Administration
DeNisco, A. Oct 2013
Avoiding Procedural Errors in Individualized Education Program Development
Source: Teaching Exceptional Children
Yell, M., Katsiyannis, A., Ennis, R.P., & Losinski, M. Sept/Oct 2013
Advocating for Students With Disabilities at the School Level
Source: Teaching Exceptional Children
Whitby, P.J.S., Marx, T., McIntire, J. & Wienke, W. May/June 2013
Effects of Individualized Education Program meeting facilitation on parent and educator relationships
Source: Trevecca Nazarene University, ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing
Barrett, F.Z. 2013
The Hale Position for a "Third Method" for Specific Learning Disabilities Identification: A Legal Analysis
Source: Learning Disability Quarterly
Zirkel, P.A. May 2013
The perceived influence of divergent parent and teacher perceptions of student abilities on students and the establishment of effective family-school partnerships
Source: University of Arkansas, ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing
Lasater, K.A. May 2013
Implementing Restorative Practices: A Case Study of How One Urban High School Approached Alternatives to Punitive Discipline Practices
Source: Cardinal Stritch University dissertation (UMI Number: 3587926)
Cole, K.Y. May 2013
The School-Family Partnership Training Program
Source: International Journal of Humanities and Social Science
Thomas-Richmond, J.M. April 2013
All Areas of Suspected Disability
Source: Loyola Law Review
Weber, M.C. March 2013
Adjudicative Remedies for Denials of FAPE under the IDEA
Source: Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary
Zirkel, P.A. Spring 2013
“Appropriate” Decisions Under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
Source: Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary
Zirkel, P.A. Spring 2013
A Framework for Providing Culturally Responsive Early Intervention Services
Source: Young Exceptional Children
Bradshaw, W. March 2013
It’s Not the “What,” It’s the “How”: Four Key Behaviors for Authentic Leadership in Early Intervention
Source: Young Exceptional Children
LaRocco, D.J. & Bruns, D.A. Feb 2013 (online)
Recent Legal Developments of Interest to Special Educators
Source: Intervention in School and Clinic
Zirkel, P.A. 2013
IEP/IFSP Facilitation: Practical Insights and Programmatic Considerations
Source:
Timothy Hedeen, Ph.D., Marshall Peter, M.S., Philip Moses, M.A., Anita Engiles, J.D.
Identification of Learning Disabilities Implications of Proposed DSM-5 Criteria for School-Based Assessment
Source: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Cavendish, W. Jan/Feb 2013
Comorbidity of LD and ADHD: Implications of DSM-5 for Assessment and Treatment
Source: Journal of Learning Disabilities
DuPaul, G.J., Gormley, M.J., & Laracy, S.D. Jan/Feb 2013
Building Bridges: A Case Study of the Perceptions of Parents of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder towards Family/School Partnerships
Source: University of Pittsburgh dissertation
Lautenbacher, S.L. May 2013
Strategies for Addressing the Disproportionate Representation of Diverse Students With Autism Spectrum Disorder
Source: Intervention in School and Clinic
Hart, J.E. & More, C. January 2013
Impartial Hearings under the IDEA: Legal Issues and Answers
Source: NASDSE
Zirkel, P. January 2013
Specific Learning Disability and Its Newest Definition: Which Is Comprehensive? and Which Is Insufficient?
Source: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Scanlon, D. Jan/Feb 2013
Challenges in Interpreting Accountability Results for Schools’ Facilitation of Parent Involvement Under IDEA
Source: Journal of Disability Policy Studies
Elbaum, B. 2013
Postsecondary Transition Under IDEA 2004: A Legal Update
Source: Intervention in School & Clinic
Prince, A.M.T., Katsiyannis, A., & Farmer, J. 2013
The “New” Section 504: Student Issues in the Wake of the ADAAA
Source: Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership
Hardcastle, L.A. & Zirkel, P.A. December 2012
Community and Connection in Inclusive Early-Childhood Education : A Participatory Action Research Investigation
Source: Young Exceptional Children
Erwin, E.J., Puig, V.I., Evenson, T.L. & Beresford, M. December 2012
Special Education Hearing Officers: Balance and Bias
Source: Journal of Disability Policy Studies
Zirkel, P.A. 2012
The Effects of Educational Policy and Local Context on Special Education Students’ Experiences of School Removal and Transition
Source: Educational Policy
Brown, T.M. November 2012
Sustaining Programs of School, Family, and Community Partnerships A Qualitative Longitudinal Study of Two Districts
Source: Educational Policy
Sanders, M.G. November 2012
States' Accountability and Progress in Serving Young Children With Disabilities
Source: Topics in Early Childhood Special Education
Kasprzak, C., Hurth, J., Rooney, R., Goode, S.E., Danaher, J.C., Whaley, K.T., Ringwalt, S.S. & Cate, D. November 2012
A Comprehensive Comparison of the IDEA and Section 504/ADA
Source: West's Education Law Reporter
Zirkel, P.A. September 2012
Tuition and Related Reimbursement under the IDEA: A Decisional Checklist
Source: West's Education Law Reporter
Zirkel, P.A. September 2012
It’s Time for an Alternative Dispute Resolution Procedure
Source: Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary
Rosenfeld, S.J. Fall 2012
Family Engagement and Children with Disabilities: A Resource Guide for Educators and Parents
Source: Harvard Family Research Project
Harvard Family Research Project September 2012
Collaborating for our children’s future: Mediation of special education disputes
Source: Dispute Resolution Magazine
Moses, P. & Hedeen, T. Summer 2012
Impartial Hearings for Public School Students under Section 504: A State-by-State Survey
Source: West's Education Law Reporter
Zirkel, P.A. June 2012
Handbook of Leadership and Administration for Special Education
Source: Routledge
Crockett, J.B., Billingsley, B., & Boscardin, M.L. 2012
Federal Policy on Disproportionality in Special Education: Is it Moving us Forward?
Source: Journal of Disability Policy Studies
Albrecht, S.F., Skiba, R.J., Losen, D.J., Chung, C-G, & Middelberg, L. June 2012
Disability and the Education System
Source: The Future of Children
Aron, L. & Loprest, P. Spring 2012
Labeling effects on special education and general education teachers in both student attributions and conflict resolution
Source: Unpublished thesis: Texas A&M University
Ayres, J.M. May 2012
Examining the Impact of Special Education Dispute Resolution in Pennsylvania
Source: Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation: Marywood University
Frantz-Fry, K.A. March 2012
Six Tips for Successful IEP Meetings
Source: Teaching Exceptional Children
Diliberto, J.A. & Brewer, D. Mar/Apr 2012
Predictors of parents perception toward the IEP meeting
Source: Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation: Capella University
Kemp, D.M. March 2012
Building parent trust in the special education setting: educators and parents of students with special needs must work together to change school culture and move from conflict to collaboration
Source: Leadership
Wellner, L. March-April 2012
Common-Law Interpretation of Appropriate Education: The Road Not Taken in Rowley
Source: Journal of Law and Education
Weber, M.C. Jan. 2012
Litigation and Students With Disabilities: A Persistent Concern
Source: NASSP Bulletin
Katsiyannis, A., Losinski, M., & Prince, A.M.T. 2012
Mediation of Special Education Disputes in Pennsylvania
Source: Univ. of Penn. J of Law and Social Change
Kerr, S. & St. Hill. J. 2012
The 5-Point Plan: Fostering Successful Partnerships With Families of Students With Disabilities
Source: Teaching Exceptional Children
Edwards, C.C., & Da Fonte, A. Jan/Feb 2012
How the IDEA and the Fostering Connections Act Can Work Together to Ensure School Stability and Seamless Transitions for Children with Disabilities in the Child Welfare System
Source: Foster Care & Education Issue Brief
ABA Center on Children and the Law 2012
Compliance and Practices in Transition Planning: A Review of Individualized Education Program Documents
Source: Remedial and Special Education
Landmark, L.J. & Zhang, D. 2012
Person-Centered Planning
Source: Teaching Exceptional Children
Wells, Jenny C. & Sheehey, Patricia H. Jan/Feb 2012
Six Things to Never Say or Hear During an IEP Meeting
Source: Teaching Exceptional Children
Cheathem, G.A., Hart, J.E., Malian, I. & McDonald, J. Jan/Feb 2012
Facilitating the Effective Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices Through Teacher-Parent Collaboration
Source: Teaching Exceptional Children
Cook, B.G., Shepherd, K.G., Cook, S.C. & Cook, L. Jan/Feb 2012
Demystifying the IEP Process for Diverse Parents of Children With Disabilities
Source: Teaching Exceptional Children
Lo, Lusa Jan/Feb 2012
A National Picture of Parent and Youth Participation in IEP and Transition Planning Meetings
Source: Journal of Disability Policy Studies
Wagner, M., Newman, L., Cameto, R., Javitz, H. & Valdes, K. 2012
Judicial Appeals for Hearing/Review Officer Decisions Under IDEA: An Empirical Analysis
Source: Exceptional Children
Zirkel, P. 2012
A National Update of Case Law 1998 to the Present under the IDEA and Section 504/A.D.A.
Source: National Association of State Directors of Special Education
Zirkel, P.A. 2012
An Examination of Special Education Due Process Hearings
Source: Journal of Disability Policy Studies
Mueller, T.G. & Carranza, F. Dec 2011
Impartial Hearings under the IDEA: Legal Issues and Answers
Source: National Association of State Directors of Special Education
Perry A. Zirkel Dec 2011
Empowering Families During the Early Intervention Planning Process
Source: Young Exceptional Children
Byington, T.A. & Whitby, P.J.S. December 2011
Encouraging Meaningful Parent/Educator Collaboration: A Recent Review of Literature
Source: Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Hedeen, T., Moses, P., & Peter, M. July 2011
The Means Justify the Ends: Structural Due Process in Special Education Law
Source: Harvard Journal on Legislation
Romberg, J. Summer 2011
Examining the Impact of Early Intervention, Parent Involvement and Family Characteristics on Preschool Special Education Student Outcomes over Time
Source: Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation: SUNY Buffalo
Tomasello, N.M. April 2011
The Power of Family-School Partnering (FSP)
Source: Routledge
Lines, C., Miller, G., and Arthur-Stanleym A, 2011
Twelve Ways to Incorporate Strengths-Based Planning into the IEP Process
Source: Clearing House
Weishaar, P.M. Sept. 2010
A Roadmap to Legal Dispute Resolution for Students With Disabilities
Source: Journal of Special Education Leadership
Zirkel, Perry A., and McGuire, Brooke L. September 2010
Impartial Hearings under the IDEA: Legal Issues and Answers
Source: NASDSE
Zirkel, P. 2010
Guidelines for Successful Parent Involvement: Working with Parents of Students with Disabilities
Source: Teaching Exceptional Children
Staples, K.E. and Diliberto, J.A. Jul-Aug 2010
Comprehensive Assessment and Evaluation of Studends with Learning Disabilities
Source: Learning Disability Quarterly
National Joint Committee on Learning Disabilities June 2010
Peer-Reviewed Research and Individualized Education Programs (IEPs): An Examination of Intent and Impact
Source: Exceptionality
Susan Etscheidt and Christina M. Curran 2010
Parents' Experiences with the IEP Process: Considerations for Improving Practice
Source: Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Reiman, J., Beck, L., Coppola, T., & Engiles, A. April 2010
Fostering collaboration with culturally and linguistically diverse families of children with moderate to severe disabilities
Source: Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation
Olivos, E.M., Gallagher, R. & Aguilar, J. 2010
Representation in Mediation: What We Know from Empirical Research
Source: Fordham Urban Law Journal
Wissler, R. February 2010
Due Process Hearing Systems Under the IDEA: A State-by-State Survey
Source: Journal of Disability Policy Studies
Zirkel, P. and Scala, G. 2010
Why Does Collaboration Work? Linking Positive Psychology and Collaboration
Source: Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation
Conoley, J.C. and Conoley, C.W. 2010
Co-Teaching: An Illustration of the Complexity of Collaboration in Special Education
Source: Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation
Friend, M., Cook, L., Hurley-Chamberlain, D., and Shamberger, C. 2010
Using Active Listening to Improve Collaboration With Parents
Source: Intervention in School and Clinic
McNaughton, D., and Volstal, B. 2010
Integrated Models of School-based Prevention: Logic and Theory
Source: Psychology in the Schools
Domitrovich, C.E.; Bradshaw, C.P.; Greenberg, M.T.; Embry, D.; Poduska, J.M.; Ialongo, N.S. 2010
The state of the art of collaboration on behalf of students with disabilities
Source: Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation
Cook, L., & Friend, M. 2010
Fostering Collaboration with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Families of Children with Moderate to Severe Disabilities
Source: Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation
Olivos, E.M., Gallagher, R.J., and Aguilar, J. 2010
Establishing a Collaborative School Culture through Comprehensive School Reform
Source: Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation
Waldron, N.L. and McLeskey, J. 2010
Standard of Care for Students with Disabilities: The Intersection of Liability Under the IDEA and Tort Theories
Source: Brigham Young University Education and Law Journal
Ralph D. Mawdsley 2010
Access Granted: The Winkelman Case Ushers in a New Era in Parental Advocacy
Source: Brigham Young University Education and Law Journal
Laura McNeal 2010
Broken Promises: When Does a School's Failure to Implement an IEP Deny a Disabled Student a Free and Appropriate Public Education
Source: Buffalo Public Interest Law Journal
David Ferster 2010
Bringing parent and community engagement back into the education reform spotlight
Source: Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Minnesota
Gordon, Molly F. March 2010
Diverse Approaches to Parent Advocacy During Special Education Home–School Interactions: Identification and Use of Cultural and Social Capital
Source: Remedial and Special Education
Trainor, Audrey A. 2010
Impact of the Resolution Meeting on Due Process in Special Education
Source: Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Nova Southeastern University
Loehr, V.W. 2010
Challenges balancing collaboration and independence in home-school relationships: Analysis of parents’ perceptions in one district
Source: The School Community Journal
Wanat, C. L. 2010
Approaches to Dispute Resolution in Additional Support Needs in Scotland
Source: European Journal of Special Needs Education
Riddell, S. and Weedon, E. November 2009
With Parents at the Table: Creating Supports for Children with Disabilities in General Education Classrooms
Source: European Journal of Special Needs Education
Mortier, K., Hunt, P., Desimpel, L. and Van Hove, G. November 2009
Constructing the Individual Education Plan: confusion or collaboration?
Source: Support for Learning
Goepel, J. August 2009
Preparing for collaboration: pre-service special education teachers' perspectives and beliefs
Source: Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Georgia, Athens
Hamilton-Jones, Bethany Marie August 2009
Using Interagency Collaboration to Support Family-Centered Transition Practices
Source: Young Exceptional Children
Branson, D.M. & Bingham, A. June 2009
A new agenda for special education policy.
Source: Journal of Disability Policy Studies
Mueller, T. G. June 2009
Advancing Parent-Professional Leadership: Effective Strategies for Building the Capacity of Parent Advisory Councils in Special Education
Source: Institute for Community Inclusion - The Institute Brief
Boeltzig-Brown, H., Kusminsky, M., & Foley, S. April 2009
Providing optimal special education services to Hispanic children and their families.
Source: Communication Disorders Quarterly
Langdon, H. W. February 2009
IEP facilitation: A promising approach to resolving conflicts between families and schools.
Source: Teaching Exceptional Children
Mueller, T. G. January/February 2009
Latina Mothers' Views of a Parent-to-Parent Support Group in the Special Education System
Source: Research & Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities
Mueller, T. G., Milian, M., & Islas Lopez, M. 2009
The existence of trust in the relationship of parents and district administration in the placement process of 3- to 8-year-old students with autism
Source: Unpublished Ed.D. dissertation: University of La Verne
Wellner, L. 2009
Collaborative Problem Solving Effectively Implemented, But Not Sustained: A Case for Aligning the Sun, the Moon, and the Stars
Source: Exceptional Children
Santangelo, Tanya 2009
Today's Policy Contexts for Special Education and Students with Specific Learning Disabilities
Source: Learning Disability Quarterly
Turnbull, H. R. 2009
Educators' Perceptions of Collaborative Planning Processes for Students With Disabilities
Source: Preventing School Failure
Carter,Nari; Prater,Mary Anne; Jackson,Aaron; Marchant,Michelle 2009
Your Kids Have Grown This Summer? Has Their IEP Grown with Them? Steps for Updating Your Child's Individualized Education Plan
Source: Exceptional Parent
Binswanger, C. 2009
Exceptionality and Parent-Professional Conflict: Causes, Prevention, and Resolution
Source: Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Arizona
Fisher, Ann-Claire 2009
Biculturization: Developing culturally responsive approaches to family participation
Source: Intervention in School & Clinic
Sheehey, P., Ornelles, C., & Noonan, M. 2009
Legal boundaries for the IDEA complaint resolution process.
Source: West's Education Law Reporter
Zirkel, P. 2008
Improving special education mediation.
Source: International Review of Sociology
Fritz, J. M. November 2008
Resolution meetings: State supports and practices.
Source: National Association of State Directors of Special Education
Henderson, K.. & Moses, P. October 2008
Chinese families' level of participation and experiences in IEP meetings.
Source: Preventing School Failure
Lo, L.. Fall 2008
The IEP meeting: Perceptions of parents of students who receive special education services.
Source: Preventing School Failure
Fish, W. W. Fall 2008
A national sample of preschoolers with autism spectrum disorders: Special education services and parent satisfaction.
Source: Journal of Autism & Developmental Disorders
Bitterman, A., Daley, T., Misra, S., Carlson, E., & Markowitz, J. September 2008
Have the amendments to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act razed Rowley and raised the substantive standard for “Free Appropriate Public Education”?
Source: Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary
Zirkel, P. A. Fall 2008
Reducing parental dissatisfaction with special education in two school districts: Implementing conflict prevention and alternative dispute resolution.
Source: Journal of Educational & Psychological Consultation
Mueller, T. G., Singer, G. H. S., & Draper, L. M. 2008
When parents aren't enough: External advocacy in special education.
Source: Yale Law Journal
Phillips, E. June 2008
Mediating the special education front lines in Mississippi.
Source: University of Missouri-Kansas City Law Review
Secunda, P. M. Spring 2008
Optional IDEA alternative dispute resolution.
Source: Project Forum, National Association of State Directors of Special Education (NASDSE)
Henderson, K. May 2008
Facilitated IEP meetings help special education students.
Source: District Administration
No author listed. Spring 2008
Due process hearings under the IDEA.
Source: Journal of Special Education Leadership
Zirkel, P.A., & Gischlar, K. L. March 2008
Support and empower families of children with disabilities.
Source: Intervention in School & Clinic
Van Haren, B., & Fiedler, C. R. March 2008
Alternative dispute resolution in special education: A view from the field.
Source: Journal of Special Education Leadership
Hazelkorn, M., Packard, A. L., & Douvanis, G. March 2008
Learning together with parents of children with disabilities: Bringing parent-professional partnership education to a new level
Source: Teacher Education and Special Education
Murray, M. & Curran, E. 2008
Working With American Indian Students and Families: Disabilities, Issues, and Interventions
Source: Intervention in School & Clinic
Pewewardy, C., & Fitzpatrick, M. 2008
A New Multicultural Population: Creating Effective Partnerships With Multiracial Families
Source: Intervention in School & Clinic
Brown, M. R. 2008
Involving parents of students with special needs: 25 ready to use strategies
Source: Corwin Press
Dardig, J. 2008
Service Administrators' Perception of Special Education Dispute Resolution in Downstate Illinois
Source: SIU Carbondale Ph.D.
Kampwerth, T. W. 2007
CADRE Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education.
Source: Exceptional Parent
Luker, T. November 2007
Legal options for resolving disputes in special education.
Source: Exceptional Parent
Zirkel, P. A. November 2007
The impact of special education mediation on parent-school relationships.
Source: Remedial & Special Education
Nowell, B. L., & Salem, D. A. September/October 2007
Building bridges with families: Honoring the mandates of IDEA
Source: JsesnuneifseirnJ.TeCaocohtesr Education
Coots, J.J. Fall 2007
Lay advocates and parent experts under the IDEA.
Source: West's Education Law Reporter
Zirkel, P. A. 2007
Creeping judicialization in special education hearings?: An exploratory study.
Source: Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary
Zirkel, P. A., Karanxha, Z., & D’Angelo', A. Spring 2007
Initial review of research literature on ADR in special education.
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Reiman, J., Beck, L., Peter, M., Zeller, D., Moses, P., & Engiles, A. April 2007
Schools beat back demands for special-ed services.
Source: Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition
Golden, D. 2007
Parents may self-represent in IDEA cases.
Source: ASHA Leader
Boswell, S. 2007
Using Interactive Multimedia to Teach Parent Advocacy Skills: An Exploratory Study
Source: Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation
Glang, Ann; McLaughlin, Karen; Schroeder, Susan 2007
Impartiality of hearing and review officers under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act: A checklist of the legal boundaries.
Source: North Dakota Law Review
Maher, P. J. & Zirkel, P. A. 2007
Parent beliefs and knowledge about special education and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
Source: Journal of Special Education Leadership
Nutting, B., Porfeli, E., Queen, J. A., & Algozzine, B. November 2006
Manifestation determinations under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act: What the new causality criteria mean.
Source: Journal of Special Education Leadership
Zirkel, P. November 2006
Perceptions of parents of students with autism towards the IEP meeting: A case study of one family support group chapter.
Source: Education
Fish, W. W. Fall 2006
Parent involvement in educational decision-making: A Hawaiian perspective.
Source: Rural Special Education Quarterly
Sheehey, P. H. Fall 2006
Until somebody hears me: parent voice and advocacy in special educational decision making.
Source: British Journal of Special Education
Hess, R. S., Molina, A. M., & Kozleski, E. B. September 2006
Parent Perspectives on Role Engagement An Investigation of Parents of Children With ASD and Their Self-Reported Roles With Education Professionals
Source: Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities
Stoner, J. B., & Angell, M. E. Fall 2006
On-the-Job Practices of Early Childhood Special Education Providers Trained in Family-Centered Practices
Source: Journal of Early Intervention
Murray, Mary M., and Mandell, Colleen J. 2006
On-the-Job Practices ofEarly Childhood Special Education Providers Trained in Family-Centered Practices
Source: Journal of Early Intervention
Murray, M.M. and Mandell, C.J. 2006
Helpful actions seen through the eyes of parents of children with disabilities.
Source: Disability & Society
Prezant, F. P., & Marshak, L. January 2006
Who decides where Jerry goes to school?: Family and educator conflict in special education placement.
Source: Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership
Steffen J. J., & Marshall, J. M. 2006
Los pasos hacia el exito: Cómo comunicarse con la escuela de su hijo
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE) October 2005
Avoiding special education litigation in rural school districts.
Source: Rural Special Education Quarterly
Scheffel, D. L., Rude, H. A., & Bole, P. T. Fall 2005
Family perceptions of student centered planning and IEP meetings.
Source: Education and Training in Developmental Disabilities
Childre, A., & Chambers, C. R. September 2005
Child custody mediation in cases of domestic violence.
Source: Violence Against Women
Johnson, N. E., Saccuzzo, D. P, & Koen, W. J. August 2005
Evaluation of Family Empowerment Centers.
Source: California Department of Education
Zorman, R., & Lin, C. June 2005
Bargaining and distribution in special education.
Source: Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy
Caruso, D. Summer 2005
The secrets of successful mediators.
Source: Negotiation Journal
Goldberg, S. B. July 2005
Disability matters: Toward a law school clinical model for serving youth with special education needs.
Source: Clinical Law Review
Massey, P. A. & Rosenbaum, S. A Spring 2005
Evening the playing field: Tailoring the allocation of the burden of proof at IDEA due process hearing to balance children's rights and school's needs.
Source: Boston College Law Review
Johnson, A. E. May 2005
Managing Individual Education Plans: Reducing the load of the special educational needs coordinator.
Source: Support for Learning
Frankl, C. May 2005
Parents and litigation: Insights from a special education law clinic.
Source: Phi Delta Kappan
Curtis, S. E. March 2005
High court to decide who must prove case in special ed. disputes.
Source: Education Week
Hendrie, C. March 2005
Korean-American mothers' perception of professional support in early intervention and special education programs.
Source: Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities
Cho, S., & Gannotti, M. E. March 2005
An empirical assessment of the impact of formal versus informal dispute resolution on poverty: A governance-based approach.
Source: International Review of Law & Economics
Buscaglia, E., & Stephan, P. B. March 2005
Special education conflict management at the school building level: A multi-vocal synthesis
Source: Dissertation submitted to Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Neely, H. February 2005
Coparenting conflict, nonacceptance, and depression among divorced adults: results from a 12-year follow-up study of child custody mediation using multiple imputation.
Source: American Journal of Orthopsychiatry
Sbarra, D. A., & Emery, R. E. Jaunuary 2005
New amendments to resolving special education disputes: Any good IDEAs?
Source: Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal
Edwards, D. 2005
From the beginning: What educators and parents of children with special needs do to resolve differences.
Source: Doctoral Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania
Newman, J. E. 2005
Conflict resolution: Preparing preservice special educators to work in collaborative settings.
Source: Teacher Education and Special Education
Bradley, J. F., & Monda-Amaya, L. E. 2005
The quick brown lawyer jumped over the mediation traps.
Source: Orange County Lawyer
Caplan, William J. January 2005
Divorce mediation: Research and reflections.
Source: Family Court Review
Emery, R., Sbarra, D., & Grover, T. January 2005
Special education attorney’s fees: of Buckhannon, the IDEA reauthorization bills, and the IDEA as civil rights statute.
Source: UC Davis Journal of Juvenile Law and Policy
Daggett, L.M. Winter 2004
Aligning or maligning? Getting inside a new IDEA, getting behind No Child Left Behind and getting outside of it all
Source: Hastings Women's Law Journal
Rosenbaum, S.A. Winter 2004
Encouraging Active Parent Participation in IEP Team Meetings
Source: Teaching Exceptional Children
Dabkowski, D. M. 2004
e-Mediation: Evaluating the impacts of an electronic mediator on negotiating behavior.
Source: Group Decision & Negotiation
Druckman, D., Druckman, J. N., & Arai, T. November 2004
How interest-based, grievance mediation performs over the long term.
Source: Dispute Resolution Journal
Goldberg, S. B. November 2004-January 2005
Procedural preferences in alternative dispute resolution: A closer, modern look at an old idea.
Source: Psychology, Public Policy And Law
Shestowsky, D. September 2004
Convergent views of neutrals and users about alternative dispute resolution.
Source: Journal of Management in Engineering
Cheung, S., Suen, H. C., Ng, S. T., & Leung, M. July 2004
Mediation styles: subjective description on mediators.
Source: Conflict Resolution Quarterly
Wood, J. Summer 2004
Student involvement in Individualized Education Program meetings.
Source: Exceptional Children
Test, D. W., Mason, C., Hughes, C., Konrad, M., Neale, M., & Wood, W. M. Summer 2004
National dispute resolution use and effectiveness study.
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Schrag, H., & Schrag, J. Summer 2004
Consumer perceptions of alternative dispute resolution mechanisms in financial transactions.
Source: Journal of Financial Services Marketing
Devasagayam, R., & DeMars, J. June 2004
A Tale of Two Districts Fostering the Home-School Partnership: Conflict Prevention and Alternative Dispute Resolution Practices in Special Education
Source: UCSB Ph.D. in Education
Mueller, Tracy G. 2004
Steps to success: Communicating with your child's school.
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE) May 2004
Individualized Education Program (IEP): Some suggestions to consider.
Source: The Exceptional Parent
PACER Center May 2004
Reuniones de IEP facilitadas: Una nueva opcion.
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE) May 2004
Testing models of justice and trust: A study of mediation in child dependency disputes.
Source: Social Work Research
Ashford, J. B., & Faith, R. L. March 2004
Which way to true justice?--Appropriate dispute resolution (ADR) and adversarial legalism.
Source: Nebraska Law Review
Nelson, D. W. 2004
Stepping back through the looking glass: Real conversations with real disputants about institutionalized mediation and its value.
Source: Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution
Welsh, N. A. 2004
Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) meetings and Mexican American parents: Let's talk about it.
Source: Journal of Latinos & Education
Salas, L. 2004
Las familias y las escuelas: Resolviendo las disputas através de la mediación
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE) 2004
Developing student competence in self-directed IEPs.
Source: Intervention in School & Clinic
Torgerson, C. W., Miner, C. A., & Shen, H. January 2004
Claims, barriers, and satisfaction.
Source: Journal of Disability Policy Studies
Leiter, V., & Krauss, M. W. Winter 2004
Facilitated IEP meetings: An emerging practice.
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE) 2004
How to help students lead their IEP meetings.
Source: Teaching Exceptional Children
Mason, C. Y., McGahee-Kovac, M., & Johnson, L. January/February 2004
Are published IDEA hearing officer decisions representative?
Source: Journal of Disability Policy Studies
D'Angelo, A., Lutz, J. G., & Zirkel, P. A. 2004
Dimensions of Family and Professional Partnerships: Constructive Guidelines for Collaboration
Source: Exceptional Children
Blue-Banning, M., Summer, J.A., Frankland, H.C., Nelson, L.L., & Beegle, G Winter 2004
IEP team meetings: A guide to participation for parents
Source: National Association of School Psychologists
Hyatt, K. 2004
When it's your own child
Source: Educational Leadership
Johnson, J. October 2003
Educating our children together: A sourcebook for effective family-school-community partnerships.
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Carter, S. October 2003
The involvement of students in their special education mediations.
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Mueller, M., Engiles, A., & Peter, M. October 2003
GAO: Mediation can help solve special education disputes.
Source: Special Education Report
U.S. General Accounting Office October 2003
Social and political cultural effects on the outcomes of mediation in militarized interstate disputes.
Source: International Studies Quarterly
Leng, R. J., & Regan, P. M. September 2003
Advocacy for young children under IDEA: What does it mean for early childhood educators?
Source: Infants and Young Children
Brown, S.E. July-September 2003
Justice, understanding, and mediation: When talk works, should we ask for more?
Source: Negotiation Journal
D'Alo, G. E. July 2003
Special education due process hearings: Student characteristics, issues, and decisions.
Source: Journal of Disability Policy Studies
Rickey, K. Summer 2003
How do you write 'yes'?: A study on the effectiveness of online dispute resolution.
Source: Conflict Resolution Quarterly
Hammond, A. G. Spring 2003
Transaction costs and the IDEA.
Source: Education Week
Zirkel, P. A. May 2003
Facilitating the meaningful participation of culturally and linguistically diverse families in the IFSP and IEP process.
Source: Focus on Autism & Other Developmental Disabilities
Zhang, C., & Bennett, T. Spring 2003
Accountability In special education mediation: Many a slip 'twixt vision and practice?
Source: Harvard Negotiation Law Review
D'Alo, G. E. Spring 2003
Balancing acts: Dispute resolution in the U.S. and English special education law.
Source: Loyola of Los Angeles International & Comparative Law Review
Huss, D. Spring 2003
Preguntas frecuentes acerca de la mediación.
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE) February 2003
Mediation and child support: An effective partnership.
Source: Journal of Divorce & Remarriage
Tishler, C. L., Landry-Meyer, L., & Bartholomae, S. 2003
Alternative dispute resolution and agency costs.
Source: Consumer Interests Annual
Devasagayam, P. R., & DeMars, J. 2003
Dispute resolution: A review of systems in selected states.
Source: National Association of State Directors of Special Education
Markowitz, J., Ahearn, E., & Schrag, J. 2003
Buckhannon, special education disputes, and attorneys' fees: Time for a congressional response again.
Source: Brigham Young University Education & Law Journal
Hanson, S. M. 2003
What are we spending on procedural safeguards in special education, 1999-2000? Special Education Expenditure Project (SEEP).
Source: American Institutes for Research in the Behavioral Sciences
Chambers, J. G., Harr, J. J., & Dhanani, A. 2003
Examining parents' involvement in and perceptions of special education services: An interview with families in a parent support group.
Source: Focus on Autism & Other Developmental Disabilities
Spann, S. J., Kohler, F. W., & Soenksen, D. Winter 2003
Students with Disabilities.
Source: The Yearbook of Education Law
Osborne, A. G., Jr. 2003
When parents and educators clash: Are special education students entitled to a Cadillac education?
Source: St. Mary's Law Jounal
Deberry, J. 2003
Alternative dispute resolution under the Individuals with Disability Educational Act: A case study of early intervention mediation (Iowa).
Source: University of Iowa
Hansen, L. L. January 2003
In the matter of Arons: Construction of the IDEA’s lay advocate provision too narrow?
Source: Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy
Seven, K.H, & Zirkel, P.A. Winter 2002
Relative satisfaction with ADR: Some empirical evidence.
Source: Dispute Resolution Journal
Cohen, C. E., & Cohen, M. E. November 2002-January 2003
Fundamentals of alternative dispute resolution processes in construction.
Source: Journal of Construction Engineering & Management
Cheung, S.-O., Suen, H. C. H., & Lam, T.-I. October/November 2002
The impact of parent/family involvement on student outcomes: An annotated bibliography of research from the past decade.
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Carter, S. Fall 2002
Parents and educators working toward mutual solutions. (Video )
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE) October 2002
Implementing student-led IEPs: Student participation and student and teacher reactions.
Source: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Mason, C. Y., McGahee-Kovac, M., Johnson, L., & Stillerman, S. Fall 2002
Serving students with disabilities via Individualized Education Plan (IEP) meetings: Employing a self-organizing systems perspective as a philosophical agent of change.
Source: Educational Horizons
McCombs-Tolis, J. Fall 2002
Frequently asked questions (FAQs) on mediation.
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE) July 2002
Considerations for mediating with people who are culturally deaf.
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Leonard, A., Duren, D., & Reiman, J. Summer 2002
Planning the IEP for students with emotional and behavioral disorders.
Source: Focus on Exceptional Children
Johns, B. H., Crowley, E. P., & Guetzloe, E. May 2002
Compensatory education under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
Source: Cardozo Law Review
Metzger, S.A. May 2002
The students' voices: "Teachers started to listen and show respect."
Source: Remedial and Special Education
Hapner, A.,& Imel, B. March/April 2002
A look at variables affecting parent satisfaction with IEP meetings.
Source: No Child Left Behind: The Vital Role of Rural Schools. Annual National Conference Proceedings of the American Council on Rural Special Education (ACRES)
Miles-Bonart, S. March 2002
Mediación en educación Especial, Una guía para padres
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE) February 2002
Public managers, attorneys, and alternative dispute resolution of environmental and natural resources conflicts: Results and implication of a national survey.
Source: International Journal of Public Administration
O'Leary, R., & Husar, M. 2002
Developing your child's IEP. A parent's guide.
Source: National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities (NICHCY)
Rebhorn, T. 2002
Due process hearings: 2001 update. Quick Turn Around (QTA).
Source: National Association of State Directors of Special Education
Ahearn, E. 2002
Considering mediation for special education disputes: A school administrator's perspective.
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Bar-Lev, N. B., Neustadt, S., & Peter, M. 2002
Special education case law: An empirical trends analysis.
Source: West's Education Law Reporter
Zirkel, P., & D'Angelo, A. 2002
How to avoid the nasty little words, "I'll see you in court!"
Source: Principal Leadership
Patterson, F. E. January 2002
Families and schools: Resolving disputes through mediation.
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE) 2002
Alternative dispute resolution; An effective strategy for reducing special education due process hearings in California.
Source: Doctoral Dissertation ,University of Southern California
Falsetto, N. A. January 2002
Beyond mediation: Strategies for appropriate early dispute resolution in special education. Briefing paper.
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Feinburg, E., Beyer, J., & Moses, P. 2002
Using participant feedback to evaluate and improve quality in mediation. Briefing paper.
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Hedeen, T. 2002
Experiences of Latino families with their child's special education program.
Source: Multicultural Perspectives
Hughes, M. T., Valle-Riestra, D. M., & Arguelles, M. E. 2002
Procedures for the investigation and resolution of special education complaints under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
Source: Bureau of Indian Affairs
Center for School Improvement within the Office of Indian Education Programs 2002
An IDEA schools can use: Lessons from special education legislation.
Source: Fordham Urban Law Journal
Seligman, T.J. December 2001
Putting square pegs into round holes: Mediation and the rights of children with disabilities under the IDEA.
Source: Rutgers Law Review
Marchese, S. Winter 2001
Special education tuition reimbursement claims.
Source: Remedial & Special Education
Mayes, T. A., & Zirkel, P. A. November/December 2001
Lessons learned from two decades of alternative dispute resolution programs and processes at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Source: Public Administration Review
O'Leary, R., & Raines, S.S. November 2001
Making deals in court-connected mediation: What’s justice got to do with it?
Source: Washington University Law Quarterly
Welsh, N.A. Fall 2001
Not quite protocols: Toward collaborative research in dispute resolution.
Source: Conflict Resolution Quarterly
Honeyman, C., Mcadoo, B., & Welsh, N. Fall 2001
The ADA mediation guidelines: A community collaboration moves the field forward.
Source: Cardozo Online Journal of Conflict Resolution
Cohen, J. August 2001
Applying a mediated negotiation framework to integrated coastal zone management.
Source: Coastal Management
McCreary, S., Gamman, J., Brooks, B., Whitman, L., Bryson, R., Fuller, B., et al. July/September 2001
When it's not apparent: Some modest advice to parent advocates for students with disabilities.
Source: UC Davis Journal of Juvenile Law and Policy
Rosenbaum, S.A. Summer 2001
Mediation of special education disputes.
Source: UC Davis Journal of Juvenile Law and Policy
Talley, E. Summer 2001
An evaluation of two mediation techniques, negotiator power, and culture in negotiation.
Source: Journal of Applied Social Psychology
Arunachalam, V., Lytle, A., & Wall Jr., J. A. May 2001
Control, communication, and power: A study of the use of alternative dispute resolution of enforcement actions at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Source: Negotiation Journal
Bourdeaux, C., O'Leary, R., & Thornburgh, R. April 2001
Child custody mediation and litigation: custody, contact, and coparenting 12 years after initial dispute resolution.
Source: Journal of Consulting And Clinical Psychology
Emery, R. E., Laumann-Billings, L., Waldron M. C., Sbarra, D. A., & Dillon, P. April 2001
Implementing the mediation requirements of IDEA '97: A guide developed for the Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education.
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Zeller, R. W. 2001
Special education mediation: Responding to a proposal for reform.
Source: Journal of Law & Education
Goldberg, S. S. January 2001
Local alternative dispute resolution: Best practices in four California special education local plan areas.
Source: California Institute of Integral Studies
Shaw, V. January 2001
The involvement of lay advocates in due process hearings. Quick Turn Around (QTA).
Source: National Association of State Directors of Special Education
Ahearn, E. M. 2001
Involving parents in the IEP process. ERIC Digest E611.
Source: ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilities and Gifted Education
Smith, S. W. 2001
Grievance resolution in special education: A descriptive evaluation of the issues relating to mediation.
Source: International Journal of Practical Approaches to Disability
Horrocks, L. 2001
Parental rights in the twenty-first century: parents as full partners in education.
Source: St. Mary's Law Journal
Schlueter, L.J. 2001
Enhancing the collaborative capacity of individualized education programs (IEPs) in Delaware schools
Source: University of Delaware dissertation
Giacomini, N. 2001
Cultural values and authority relations: The psychology of conflict resolution across cultures.
Source: Psychology, Public Policy, and Law
Tyler, T. R., Lind, E. A., & Huo, Y. J. December 2000
Knowledge and family involvement in special education: The effects of video-based training on verbal behavior, perceptions of competence, and satisfaction.
Source: Doctoral Dissertation, University of Oregon
Myers, D. R. 2000
State educational agencies and special education: Obligations and liabilities.
Source: Boston Public Interest Law Journal
Mayes, T.A. & Zirkel, P.A. Fall 2000
The use of alternative dispute resolution mechanisms in the workplace: An empirical study.
Source: Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution in Employment
Varma, A., & Stallworth, L. E. Fall 2000
An analysis of factors that contribute to parent-school conflict in special education.
Source: Remedial & Special Education
Lake, J. F., & Billingsley, B. S. July/August 2000
IDEA partnerships ASPIIRE/ILIAD.
Source: Teaching Exceptional Children
Engiles, A. May/June 2000
Equity and advocacy expectations of culturally diverse families' participation in special education.
Source: International Journal of Disability, Development and Education
Kalyanpur, M., Harry, B., & Skrtic, T. June 2000
Special education mediation.
Source: Teaching Exceptional Children
Mills, G. E., & Duff-Mallams, K. May/June 2000
Taking the plunge: How do waste management disputants decide whether to use ADR?
Source: Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy & Management
Andrew, J. S. March 2000
Collaboration and conflict resolution in education.
Source: High School Magazine
Melamed, J. C. & Reiman, J. W. March 2000
Working with families of at-risk and special needs students: A systems change model.
Source: Focus on Exceptional Children
Lambie, R. February 2000
Building a foundation for special education mediation in Virginia's high schools.
Source: NASSP Bulletin
Shortt, T. L., Douglas, J., & McLain, J. February 2000
Making the IDEA Act work for families through quality mediation programming.
Source: American Bar Association
Johnson, M. 2000
The role of attorneys in special education mediation. Briefing paper.
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Feinberg, E., & Beyer, J. 2000
Special education due process: Hearing officer background and case variable effects on decisions outcomes.
Source: Brigham Young University Education & Law Journal
Schultz, G. F., & McKinney, J. R. 2000
A study of issues and costs to districts related to special education complaints, Mediation, and due process hearings in the state of Texas.
Source: Texas A & M University, Corpus Christi. South Texas Research and Development Center
Yeager, D., Vela, R., Giese, S., & Collavo, L. 2000
Mediation plus options to resolve the "real" problems underlying disputes.
Source: Special Education Solutions
Beekman, L. 2000
Building IEPs with Maryland families: What a great IDEA! A guide for developing, implementing and reviewing Individualized Education Programs for students with disabilities.
Source: Maryland State Department of Education, Office of Special Education
Maryland State Department of Education, Office of Special Education 2000
Education for students with special needs: The judicially defined role of parents in the process.
Source: Journal of Law and Education
Daniel, P. T. K. 2000
A mediation strategy for special education disputes.
Source: Intervention in School and Clinic
Mills, G. E., & Duff-Mallams, K. November 1999
A Research agenda: What we need to know about court-connected ADR
Source: Dispute Resolution Magazine
Hensler D.R. Fall 1999
Special education law and children with reading and other disabilities.
Source: Journal of Law and Education
Herr, S.S. July 1999
Facilitating individual planning for young children with disabilities in developmentally appropriate classrooms.
Source: Early Childhood Education Journal
Niemeyer, J. A., Cassidy, D. J., Collins, E., & Taylor, B. June 1999
An analysis of judicial outcomes of special education cases.
Source: Exceptional Children
Newcomer, J. R., & Zirkel, P. A. Summer 1999
The parent panel: Supporting children with special needs.
Source: Childhood Education
Duckworth, S. V., & Kostell, P. H. Summer 1999
Keys to access: Encouraging the use of mediation by families from diverse backgrounds.
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Engiles, A., Fromme, C., LeResche, D., & Moses, P. 1999
Mediation for special education conflicts: An opportunity to improve family-school relationships.
Source: Journal of Educational & Psychological Consultation
Margolis, H. 1999
Considering special education mediation.
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE) 1999
Collaborative problem solving and dispute resolution in special education. Training manual.
Source: Oregon State Department of Education
Windle, R., & Warren, S. 1999
A modest proposal: Mediating IDEA disputes without splitting the baby.
Source: Journal of Law & Education
Beyer, J. A. January 1999
Divorce mediation: The impact of mediation on the psychological well-being of children and parents.
Source: Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology
Walton, L., Oliver, C., & Griffin, C. January/February 1999
Conflict resolution in special education and Section 504 through mediation. Mediators manual [and] school information.
Source: Utah State University, Logan. Mountain Plains Regional Resource Center
Copenhaver, J. 1999
Considerando mediación de especial educación.
Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE) 1999
Do the “haves” come out ahead in alternative judicial systems? Repeat players in ADR.
Source: Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution
Menkel-Meadow, C. 1999
Culture in Special Education: Building Reciprocal Family-Professional Relationships
Source: Paul H. Brooks Publishing
Kalyanpur, Maya and Harry, Beth 1999
Conflict management in early intervention: Procedural safeguards and mediation.
Source: Infants and Young Children
Gittler, J. , & Hurth, J. July 1998
Conflict management in early intervention: Problem-solving negotiation.
Source: Infants and Young Children
Gittler, J. & Hurth, J. July 1998
The state complaint procedure under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
Source: Exceptional Children
Suchey, N., & Huefner, D. S. Summer 1998
Tested tips for IEP meetings.
Source: Direction Service
Peter, M. March 1998
Characteristics and outcomes of special education hearing and review officer cases.
Source: West's Education Law Reporter
Newcomer, J., Zirkel, P. & Tarola, R. 1998
Avoiding special education due process hearings: Lessons from the field.
Source: Journal of Educational & Psychological Consultation
Margolis, H. 1998
Mediation in Nebraska: An innovative past, a spirited present, and a provocative future.
Source: Creighton Law Review
Kosier, E.R. December 1997
Is mediation a fair way to resolve special education disputes? First empirical findings.
Source: Harvard Negotiation Law Review
Kuriloff, P.J. & Goldberg, S.S. Spring 1997
A Posture of Reciprocity: A Practical Approach to Collaboration Between Professionals and Parents of Culturally Diverse Backgrounds
Source: Journal of Child and Family Studies
Kalyanpur, M. & Harry, B. 1997
Due process hearings: An update. Final report
Source: National Association of State Directors of Special Education
Ahearn, E. M. 1997
A comparison of parents who initiated due process hearings and complaints in Maine.
Source: Doctoral Dissertation, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Opuda, M. J. 1997
Mediation as an alternative method of dispute resolution for the individuals with disabilities education act: A just proposal?
Source: Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution
Shemberg, A. 1997
Parents' rights-society's imperatives: A balancing act.
Source: Educational Leadership
Burron, A. April 1996
After a due process hearing, then what?
Source: School Administrator
Dragan, E.F. March 1996
Conflict resolution in the schools: A manual for educators.
Source: National Institute for Dispute Resolution (NIDR)
Girard, K., & Koch, S. J. 1996
Mediation and other alternative dispute resolution procedures in special education. Final report.
Source: National Association of State Directors of Special Education
Schrag, J. A. 1996
Mediation in special education: A resource manual for mediators. Revised and updated.
Source: National Association of State Directors of Special Education
Schrag, J. A. 1996
Problems in due process: Factors which result In more adversarial procedures.
Source: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Harbin, G.L. & Rzepski, B. Undated
Use of mediation and negotiation in the resolution of special education disputes.
Source: Education
Morgan, R. L., Whorton, J. E., & Zink, S. K. Winter 1995
Enforcing compliance with IDEA: Dispute resolution and apropriate relief.
Source: Preventing School Failure
Dagley, D. Winter 1995
Dispute resolution in special education: An introduction to litigation alternatives.
Source: West's Education Law Quarterly
Goldberg, S. S., & Huefner, D. S. July 1995
Schools versus students' rights: Can alternative dispute resolution build a community.
Source: Journal for a Just and Caring Education
Goldberg, S. S. 1995
Nevada mediation system for early intervention and special education. Revised
Source: Nevada State Department of Education, Carson City. Special Education Branch
Nevada State Department of Education 1995
When parents and educators do not agree: Using mediation to resolve conflicts about special education. A guidebook for parents.
Source: Center for Law and Education
Schumack, S., & Stewart, A. 1995
Mediation as an option in special education. Final report.
Source: National Association of State Directors of Special Education
Symington, G. T. 1995
Frontier justice: Adaptations of Nevada's IDEA complaint investigation process for rural/remote areas.
Source: Reaching to the Future: Boldly Facing Challenges in Rural Communities. Conference Proceedings of the American Council on Rural Special Education (ACRES) (Las Vegas, Nevada, March 15-18, 1995)
Lakes, M., Ruegamer, L., & Trow, A. 1995
A free appropriate education in the least restrictive environment: Promises made, promises broken by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
Source: Dayton Law Review
Goldman, R.W. Fall 1994
Impartiality under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
Source: West's Education Law Reporter
Drager, E., & Zirkel, P. 1994
Over-due process revisions for the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
Source: Montana Law Review
Zirkel, P. 1994
The perceptions of Illinois school administrators and parents regarding mediated special education disputes (due process, dispute resolution).
Source: Doctoral Dissertation, Saint Lois University
Forbis, J. W., Jr. January 1994
ADR: To be or…?
Source: North Dakota Law Review
Kerbeshian, L. 1994
Mediation and due process procedures in special education: An analysis of state policies. Final report. project FORUM.
Source: National Association of State Directors of Special Education
Ahearn, E. 1994
Special education: Needless adversariness?
Source: Phi Delta Kappan
Zirkel, P. A. June 1993
A special education case of parental hostility.
Source: West’s Education Law Reporter
Zirkel, P.A. May 1992
The third wave of due process: State special education complaint investigations.
Source: Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, (Baltimore, MD, April 13-17, 1992)
Opuda, M. J. April 1992
Sex and history: The effects of attorney gender, prior mediation, and litigation on conciliation court mediation outcomes and parent attitudes.
Source: Family & Conciliation Courts Review
Swenson, L. C. 1992
To what extent, if any, may cost be a factor in special education cases?
Source: Education Law Reporter
Collins, L.A. & Zirkel, P.A. 1992
Evaluating the fairness of special education hearings.
Source: Exceptional Children
Goldberg, S. S., & Kuriloff, P. J. May 1991
Law, culture, and children with disabilities: Educational rights and the construction of difference.
Source: Duke Law Journal
Engel, D.M. February 1991
A comparison of mediation and the due process hearing as means for a resolution of disputes in special education.
Source: Doctoral Dissertation , Michigan State University
Lake, J. F. January 1991
Analysis of mediation and hearings to resolve parent-school disputes in special education.
Source: Doctoral Dissertation, Rutgers University
Regan, K. January 1990
Strategies for resolving parent-school conflict.
Source: Journal of Reading, Writing, & Learning Disabilities International
Margolis, H., & Brannigan, G. G. January/March 1990
The efficacy of mediation in the resolution of parent-school special education disputes. Report from Rutgers: A working paper series.
Source: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Vitello, S. J. 1990
Mediation in special education.
Source: Journal of Reading, Writing, and Learning Disabilities International
Fielding, P. S. January-March 1990
Family-school conflict: implications for the family.
Source: Journal of Reading, Writing, and Learning Disabilities International
Fish, M. C. January-March 1990
The failure of legalization in education: Alternative dispute resolution and the Education for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975.
Source: Journal of Law & Education
Goldberg, S. S. 1989
Evaluating the effectiveness of mediation as an alternative to the due process theory in special education. Final Report, 9/1/86-8/31/87.
Source: Kansas University, Lawrence. Department of Special Education
Turnbull, H. R., III. & McGinley, K. H. September 1987
Evaluation and cost estimation of special education mediation conferences in California (PL94-142).
Source: Doctoral Dissertation, Stanford University
Salzer, K.W. 1987
Resolving conflicts with parents of handicapped children.
Source: Urban Review
Margolis, H., Shapiro, A., & Brown, G 1987
Alternative dispute resolution: Panacea or anathema?
Source: Harvard Law Review
Edwards, H.T. January 1986
Mediation in special education: Two states' experiences.
Source: National Inst. for Dispute Resolution, Washington, DC.
Singer, L. R., & Nace, E. January 1985
Is justice served by due process: Affecting the outcome of special education hearing in Pennsylvania.
Source: Law and Contemporary Problems
Kuriloff, P. J. Winter 1985
Choosing how to intervene: Factors affecting the use of process and outcome control in third party dispute resolution.
Source: Journal of Occupational Behavior
Lewicki, R. J., & Sheppard, B. H. 1985
Mediation: A process that works.
Source: Exceptional Children
Ekstrand, R. E., & Edmister, P. October 1984
Special education hearings: Prevailing problems and practical proposals.
Source: Education & Training of the Mentally Retarded
Salend, S. J., & Zirkel, P. A. February 1984
An experiment in the mediation of grievances
Source: Monthly Labor Review
Goldberg, S. B., & Brett, J. M. March 1983
Special education due process hearings in Illinois.
Source: Exceptional Children
Kammerlohr, B., Henderson, R. A., & Rock, S. February 1983
Due process hearings: Appeals for appropriate public school programs.
Source: Exceptional Children
Budoff, M., Orenstein, A., & Abramson, J. October 1981
Special education appeals hearings: Are they fair and Are they helping?
Source: Exceptional Education Quarterly
Budoff, M., & Orenstein, A. August 1981
Parent Empowerment: Connecting With Preservice Special Education Teachers
Source: School Community Journal
Murray, M.M., Handyside, L.M., Straka, L.A, & Arton-Titus, T.V.

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