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Korean-English Glossary of Common IDEA Terms

BEHOLD: The 2022 Korean-English Glossary of Common IDEA Terms is yours to consult! This A-Z resource is a valuable tool to Parent Centers, community-based and family-focused organizations and health centers, schools, and others who serve Korean-American families, especially those that have children with disabilities. Creating the Korean-English glossary has taken the intense commitment and labor of the Community Inclusion & Development Alliance (CIDA), in collaboration with the Open Doors for Multicultural Families, and with support from OSEP and the Center for Parent Information and Resources (CPIR). The glossary is intended to provide accurate and reliable Korean translations of commonly used terms in special education.

Connect with the Korean glossary of special education terms A-Z as well as learn more about how it was created (and by whom!).

Interim Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People

As is now apparent, COVID-19 is causing renewed surges in infections and hospitalizations of those who contract the virus, especially the Delta variant of the virus. While about 49% of people in the United States have been fully vaccinated, the rate of vaccination varies greatly from state to state. This means that some states are being especially impacted by 2021 COVID surges. The highly infectious Delta variant has caused huge spikes especially in Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Florida. Recent data (as of July 24th) indicate that approximately 97% of those patients hospitalized have not been vaccinated.

This upward surge is alarming and portends a repeat of the nation’s 2020 shutdown, a threat that has caused the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to revise its guidelines regarding the wearing of masks, safe distancing, and health protocols in different settings, even for people who have already been fully vaccinated. To connect with the Interim Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People (for non-healthcare settings), related information for healthcare settings, and how to find a free vaccination site near you, a colleague, or a loved one, visit our description of CDC’s new resource.

Buzz | Appetizers of What’s Ahead

Summer’s not the only thing about to happen. What does CPIR have bubbling on the stove right now for Parent Centers, the families you serve, and the school systems with which you work to improve outcomes for children and youth with disabilities?

Buzz | The Amazing Parent Center Network

This Buzz is the rarest of treats for us all: where we can clearly see the fruits of a year’s worth of labor. The results of the Parent Center data collection for 2019-2020 are in, and they reveal the true depth and volume of what Parent Centers accomplished in a year none of us will soon forget.

Korean-English Glossary: Letter B

Overview | A-Z Index to Korean-English Glossary | Korean Glossary Development Team A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J-K-L | M | N-O | P | Q | R | S | T-U-V-W | X-Y-Z | _______________________________ Return to Parent Center Hub Coming soon! | Download the Glossary (in PDF format) B baseline 기초선 basic skills 기본능력, 기본기능 behavior disorder (BD) 행동장애 behavior intervention plan (BIP) 행동중재계획 behavior rating scale 행동평가척도 […]

Buzz | Moving Ahead as a Community

This Buzz focuses on how we move forward with reopening our lives and schools. Developing sound reopening plans clearly needs to be grounded in and informed by the needs and voices of the community itself, with keen attention to those hardest hit by the pandemic. To that end, we share with you on-point resources about community involvement, strategies for engaging the full diversity of community members in planning efforts, and the role that data can play in informing those plans and how recovery funds are used.

Buzz | Spotlight on Young Children

This Buzz focuses on young children with disabilities and new resources that parents and professionals may find helpful in caring for the little ones.

Buzz | What’s New and What’s Updated

This Buzz brings you a quick list of updated and recently added resources at CPIR, including a guide to CPIR’s resource collections and suites (find key topics for families and staff fast!).

Korean-English Glossary: Letter C

Overview | A-Z Index to Korean-English Glossary | Korean Glossary Development Team A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J-K-L | M | N-O | P | Q | R | S | T-U-V-W | X-Y-Z | _______________________________ Return to Parent Center Hub Coming soon! | Download the Glossary (in PDF format) C case management/case manager 사례관리 cerebral palsy (CP) 뇌성마비 central directory 중앙정부목록/주정부목록 charter school 챠터 스쿨 Child Abuse […]

Korean-English Glossary: Letters T-U-V-W

Overview | A-Z Index to Korean-English Glossary | Korean Glossary Development Team A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J-K-L | M | N-O | P | Q | R | S | T-U-V-W | X-Y-Z | _______________________________ Return to Parent Center Hub Coming soon! | Download the Glossary (in PDF format) T temporary housing 임시주택 third party 제 3자 timeline 시한 Title I 타이틀 I to meet criteria […]

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