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Morgan P.
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Writing
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Below is a paragraph that is full of errors. There may be spelling, punctuation, capitalization, or grammar errors. Rewrite the paragraph correcting all the errors. The pursut of independance in the later half of the 19th century in the American colonies diveloped slowly. As punitive and onnerous laws were emposed by the British crown and parliament, resentment grew among the American colonists. In 1774 the colonists established a seperate shadow goverment and began training troops near Boston Massachusets. After military conflicts in 1875 at Lexington and Concord, and at the battle of Bunker Hill, the independence movment gained mommentum. George Washington named Commander of the Continental Army in March, 1776 and representative of each colony meet in Philladelphia in June, 1776 to draft the historical Declaration of Independance.

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Answer:

The pursuit of independence in the later half of the 19th century in American colonies developed slowly. As punitive and onerous laws were imposed by the British crown and parliament, resentment grew among the American colonists. In 1774 the colonists established a separate shadow government and began training troops near Boston, Massachusetts. After military conflicts in 1875 at Lexington and Concord, and at the battle of Bunker Hill, the independence movement gained momentum, George Washington was named Commander of the Continental Army in March, 1776. A representative of each colony met in Philadelphia in June of 1776 to draft the historical Declaration of Independence.

English
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Rewrite the following sentence, but keep the same meaning: The plane had hardly left the airport when the accident happened.

Morgan P.
Answer:

No sooner had the airplane left the airport when the accident happened.

Education
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What are the six main principles of IDEA (individuals with disabilities education act) and briefly describe them.

Morgan P.
Answer:

The six main principles of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act are as follows: Zero reject, non-discriminatory evaluation, appropriate education, least restrictive environment, parent and student participation, and procedural due process. Zero reject refers to the fact that students with disabilities have access to a free and appropriate public education (FAPE) and that the school must provide necessary services for the student. Non-discriminatory evaluation determines if a student qualifies for services or not through evaluations and assessments. If the students native language is not English, the student must be tested in their native language, making the test non-discriminatory. Appropriate education refers to the school or organizations requirement to develop either an individualized education plan (IEP) for students in school, or an individualized family support plan (IFSP) if the student is not yet enrolled in school. Based off either the IEP or IFSP the school and teachers must teach accordingly. The least restrictive environment is when the child is placed in a general education class for as much as possible. Some students may not be in a general education class at all. The tiers of the least restrictive environment are typically the following: General education class, assistance in class, partial pull-out, special education class, self-contained, approved private school by the department of education for the cooperating state, and lastly hospitalization. Parent and student participation ensures that parents and students have opportunities to have a say in their education. Finally, procedural due process is a document given to every parent of a student with an IEP. This ensures accountability through the educational process.

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