When parents tell school personnel that their child has a physical or mental impairment.
When a child has a chronic health condition that may require accommodation.
When a child has been evaluated for an IDEA disability but does not qualify.
All of the situations might trigger a Section 504 evaluation.
Only public schools that receive federal funds have to follow the law.
Private schools do not have to follow it regardless of whether they receive federal funding.
Both public and private schools must follow the law if they receive any federal funding.
Who the Section 504 compliance officer is at their school building.
What forms are used to document the process of identifying a student for services under Section 504.
What the school district requirements are for Section 504.
All of the listed items should be known to teachers
A court order to stop violating student's rights
A court order requiring changes in the student's educational program
Automatic monetary damages to the teacher/school who violated Section 504
Attorney's fees for parents who win a dispute