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James F. McKethan

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Cumberland-County-Schools

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Background Information

Employment History

Special Project Manager

School Reform


Education Consultant

James F McKethan, LLC & MicroScribe Publishing, Inc.


Affiliations

CEC

Member


CASE

Member


NC State Board of Education Accountability Commission

Board Member


Education Law Association

Member


Education

Ed.D.


Web References(4 Total References)


James F. McKethan

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James F. McKethan
James F. McKethan is a national consultant and speaker on Section 504 and other special education issues. His company, James F. McKethan, LLC, provides an array of services to state education agencies and to local school districts, including policy management services, due process and grievance consultation as well as professional development on IDEA, Section 504 and NCLB. In addition, the company supports school district special education systems reform. James F. McKethan, PhD, is the author of Section 504: From Referral to Placement. The book provides school-level personnel invaluable guidance on Section 504 referral, evaluation, eligibility and placement issues. A new publication, The Section 504 ToolKit, will be available from LRP Publications this spring. During his long and distinguished career in education, James has directed both small and large urban district special education programs. Among his achievements as an administrator are introducing technology to capture and manage information on exceptional children and the use of co-teaching and and learning strategies to keep students with disabilities in regular classrooms. James has worked as a Special Project Manager for School Reform in the Cumberland County Schools in North Carolina and has served on the North Carolina Legislative Commission on Children with Special Health Care Needs and the North Carolina State Board of Education Accountability Compliance Commission. He is the recipient of the North Carolina Council for Exceptional Children Felix Barker Award for exemplary leadership in special education and the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction Distinguished Service Award. James F. McKethan


Section 504

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Dr. James McKethan is recognized as one of the nation's leading authorities on Section 504.He recently retired from his position of Director of Exceptional Children's Program in the Cumberland County NC Schools where he served from 1961.He served as the district's ADA/Section 504 Coordinator.He is a member of CEC, CASE and the Education Law Association and is currently a member of the NC State Board of Education Accountability Commission.


CEPI - Commonwealth Educational Policy Institute

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James McKethan, Ed.D., Director for Exceptional Children's Program, Cumberland County Public Schools, Fayetteville, NC6. "Intricacies of Complaints/Due Process"


LRP's National Institute on Legal Issues of Educating Individuals with Disabilities

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Section 504 and Parent Involvement: 10 Essential Steps to Program Improvement , James McKethan
James F. McKethan, Ed.D., James F. McKethan, LLC, Fayetteville, N.C. Improving Section 504 programs often exclusively focuses on aligning district processes and procedures with various legal requirements. But the failure to plan effectively for parent participation in the process may result in mistrust, turmoil and unnecessary stress that could lead to fractured parent-school relations. James McKethan draws on his Section 504 expertise to identify and explain 10 strategic steps for program improvement, covering issues such as school culture, effective use of technology for communications with parents, working with outside 504 personnel, differentiated training and more.


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