The least restrictive environment is not a place

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In the Stop Being Invisible Podcast, we are discussing the laws and requirements that both protect and service special education students. In our most recent episode, we discussed the least restrictive environment (LRE), a provision set forth in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). LRE is one of the most often misconstrued special education laws, but understanding what it means is…

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Information, resources, and community input for those within the special education community.

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Dr. William Lane

Dr. William Lane

Special education consultant, international speaker, and best-selling author advocating for neurodiversity on campus and in the workplace.

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