The publication of the Warnock Report in 1978 caused ground-breaking changes to the education system. It changed the way in which society viewed children and young people with disabilities, and, moved towards a philosophy for an inclusive education (Moore 2009). Warnock (2010) states that many reports and a considerable amount of legislation have emerged since then, These include, 1981 Education Act establishing the recommendation 's, The National Curriculum 1988, The Education Act 1993, 1994 Code of Practice on the Identification and Assessment of Special Educational Needs, Excellence for All Children 1997, 2001 SEN and Disability Act, ‘Barriers to Inclusion ' (Department for Education and Skills 2004) ‘Special Educational Needs: A New Look (2005). In the 2005 review Warnock suggests that there should be no priority made to mainstream or special schools, only the needs of the child, also, either setting should be considered as long as it has provision to support the needs of the pupil (Warnock, Norwich and Terzi, 2010) HAVE I REF ALL ABOVE CORRECTLY???????
Randy Lewis, 43, considers himself a responsible guy. He wasn't the type of man to drink and drive. He was, however, the type of man to have his 10-year-old drive him home after an afternoon of drinking. If this isn't exciting enough the child crashed the car at an estimated 90 miles per hour with two other children in the vehicle. Stay tuned for part two, coming
When Ethan couch was only sixteen years old, he was on trial for vehicular manslaughter in Burleson, Texas. On the 15th of June, 2013, at around eleven p.m., Ethan Couch was driving while intoxicated, going 70 miles per hour in a 40 mile per hour zone, slammed into a car by the road. When the tragic event was over he killed 4 people, Holli and Shelby Boyles, Breanna Mitchell, and Brian Jennings, and permanently injured two more, Sergio Molina and Isaiah McLaughlin. He then fled the scene of the crime and returned to his house. Later, when they found him, he had a blood alcohol level of 0.24, three times the legal limit in Texas. When the trial came, Ethan Couch was diagnosed with a new type of mental illness called affluenza, a state of having
These days we think about who we want to elect to improve our government, and economics is a big factor in that, but where did these economic systems begin, and more importantly, which one is better? Well think back to the early 1800’s when socialism and capitalism first starting gaining influence. Socialism was the better of two evils due to its higher level of protection, regulation, and prices/wages.
First, you will see a grown man driving a pink SUV. The man introduces himself as a teenage girl and proceeds to tell you why he is distracted, “My bff Becky texted and said she kissed Johnny.” The man then drives into a parked car and does not stop, but continues driving instead. He closes with saying, “So get Allstate, you can save money and be better protected from mayhem like me.”
Matthew Bershadker was appointed as president and chief executive officer of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) in June 2013. Bershadker has led some of the most innovative programs to help animals all across the country. In 2014, he partnered with the New York City Police Department and established a program to provide enhanced protection to New York City’s animals. Since this partnership, animal cruelty arrests have tripled. Bershadker visualized and help create the establishment of the ASPCA Behavioral Rehabilitation Center, which is the first facility dedicated to providing behavioral rehabilitation to canine victims of cruelty and hoarding, which opened at St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center in Madison, N.J.
It was the beginning of October, and a 17-year-old teenager was hiding by a chain link fence. He had just stolen a purse from a nearby house, and a neighbor had called the police. An officer by the name of Elton Hymon had arrived and was trying to arrest the kid, whose name was Edward Garner. Garner began to climb the 6-foot fence, and Officer Hymon,
For this weeks journal I am reading "Harris and Me" by Gary Paulson. This excellent book starts off explaining the narrators (who goes by "me") situation. He has been raised by an angry, drunk mother and father. Finally CPS steps in and he is bounced back and forth from his relatives homes. The next relative he goes to live with is his distant cousins, the Larson's. The Larson's are what some people would call full blooded rednecks. The Larson's have a little bit of everything on their farm. Chickens, horses, cows, pigs are just to name a few. His cousin Harris is one of the messiest, craziest people he has ever met. Every time Harris lets a cuss word roll out of his mouth his fourteen year old sister Glennis gives him a licking for it. On the first morning he is on the farm Harris wakes him up before the sun has even risen and he's awful upset until he realizes that that's how things work on the farm. On his second day on the Larson farm he meets the dirty farm hand, Louie. Louie is the headrest working man he has ever seen. At dinner that night Louie had his food engulfed before the narrator could say "let's eat." The narrator and Harris are always getting into mischief. One day they got attacked by a rooster named Ernie. Ernie was the meanest thing you'd ever meet. Harris blamed his cousin that they got jumped. Harris said he would have he rooster had he not been distracted. Another day the narrator gets knocked out by Vivian the cow. After he woke from
The five teenagers were in a Honda Civic. The driver of the car was going over 90 MPH, lost control of the car and hit another car. Two more teens were seriously injured in the accident. The crash changed the family members of the teens' lives forever. The driver of the crash was charged with reckless driving and served 13 years in prison.
It was the middle of June in 1996. Annie Bauer was a freshman at Hastings High School. She had three friends from school over to her farm for a little get together in the shop. This was very common for the Bauers to have friends over since the Bauer home was a good safe place for friends to hang out, that way the parents would not have to worry. Annie’s friend Jake had to be home at 10:00 p.m. Janna, Annie’s other friend, was responsible for bringing Jake home but wanted to stay back with her boyfriend Steve. Instead of starting an argument with Janna, Annie volunteered to take Jake home. Annie, Katie, and Jake all got into Annie’s brother’s 1993 Buick LeSabre which was in perfect condition since it was only three years old. The interior had
On January 17, 2017, teenager, Andrew Green, purposefully drove his car into a truck while on his way to school that morning. Later that morning, notes written by Andrew indicated that it was his intention to die. This was the first accident that I have witnessed.
Stevpen Imial was born in Louisiana, he went to school like all the other children.. When the school had a career day all the kids told him he would be an athlete, but when his friend’s father came in (he was a policeman) Stevpen knew he wanted to be exactly like him. A couple years later Stevpen got his police job and he was faster than a cheetah and always completed his job before he was supposed to come back.On May 26th 2011 he was sent to a bank and he found one of the escapees he was supposed to bring in. The escapee saw him first and ran. Stevpen was angered by the escapee and started running he ran so fast that he caused a tornado! The escapee lost his breath when he saw that and he fell over a mailbox. But the wind that Stevpen caused
After several run-ins with the law Absalom committed the biggest offense. He stole a car. Using the rain as a cover Absalom thought he could get away with the crime and away from the social workers. Absalom stole a brand new Corvette from a dealership. Over the course of his juvenile life Absalom had learned a thing or two on the streets. Unlike unskilled burglars, Absalom used dental floss and clever noose to unlock the car. Without a sound of commotion Absalom left the dealership in a brand new Corvette, but not without his seatbelt on. The boy might have made it if the car had more than a quarter of a tank of gas. Absalom had not thought it through this far. Without a dime in his pocket and a drop of gas in the tank he was forced to pull over of the side of the highway. Not five minutes later he sees sirens and tries to make a run for it. But where does he go? Into the woods only to get lost or face the consequences? For the first time in his life Absalom makes the right choice. The officer was sensible and only did his job. Absalom served two months in a juvenile detention center until he was placed into a new home, a real
RIDDOR is the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013. RIDDOR is the compulsory, so you must follow its instruction, RIDDOR states you must report and keep records of any and all work-related accidents which cause death or serious injuries. You must also report any and all cases of industrial diseases diagnosed at work as well as dangerous occurrences that have to potential to cause harm.