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Alabama State Department of Education

50 North Ripley Street P.O. Box 302101 Montgomery, Alabama 36130-2101 (334)242-9700

Alabama State Department of Education Special Education Services 1998

The purpose of this page is to provide information regarding Special Education Services (SDE) in Alabama. Consolidated State Review Information (Checklist) 9-28-98 Materials Request Form -Use this form to request free information from Special Education Services. Regulations IDEA (RTF file) Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Special Education Administrative Code 98-3 Updated 7/1/98 Mediation, Impartial Due Process Hearing, and Formal Complaint Information Alabama Occupational Diploma 3-13-97 Alabama Transition Initiative Forms and Materials 9/22/98 Catastrophic Trust Fund Application for use by LEAs 3-24-98 Child Find Information! 9/22/98 Consolidated State Review Information. Compliance Checklist for Students with Disabilities. 11-10-98 Discipline Memo and Charts IDEA Discipline Charts. 8-14-98 Current Forms. The Special Education Forms are available as an "RTF" file. This means that you can open and write into the file with your word processing program, or just print an original. 3-4-98 IEP Directions. 9/28/98 Materials Request Form- Use this form to request free information from Special Education Services. 8-14-98 Special Education Evaluation and Reevaluation Process Charts. Charts listing procedures used in evaluation process. Alaska Alaska Department of Education

Special Education in Alaska

Who Are We? Requirements for Educators of Special Education in Alaska Special Education Directors in Alaska's School Districts Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Amendments of 1997 (IDEA) Download bill, Public Law 105-17 Special Education Sites of Interest Schedules (1997-98 School Year): Conferences and Meetings Special Education Facts and Statistics: Alaska Department of Education Statistics and Reports Publications: "Alaska Special Education Handbook"; PDF format; DOWNLOAD the ZIPPPED version in PDF format "Special Education in Alaska: A Guide for Parents"; PDF format DOWNLOAD the ZIPPPED version in PDF format

Guiding Visions and Statutes

Current Alaska Education Statutes. Please go to "Title 14" Current Alaska Regulations. Please go to Title 04 AAC


ELKS-HELP is free equipment lending program for the disabled and those working with the disabled. ELKS-HELP's purpose is to make it possible for you to become acquainted with the available technology and to try a device before you buy it. The service is available to anyone having a need to know, living within the State of Alaska. "A try before you buy opportunity for the disabled and those who work with the disabled." Voice: 907-745-7290 Fax: 907-745-7294 E-mail: elkshelp@p... Arizona Arizona State Department of Education

PALS (Parents Are Liaisons to Schools)

PALS are parents of special education students nominated by their school district to serve on the statewide steering committee for three years. PALS promotes two-way communication for improving special education services and enhancing local parent involvement. PALS members develop an action plan to increase information, participation and networking among parents of special education students in their school district. They give feedback to ADE/ESS on recommendations for systemic changes. Click here for the list of districts represented by PALS Member for 1998-99.



Arizona Code

Title 15 Education (from the Arizona Revised Statutes) Arkansas


General Education Division

Room 304 A Four State Capitol Mall Little Rock, AR 72201-1071 (501) 682-4204 FAX: (501) 682-1079






To Implement the Braille and Large Print Textbook Appropriation

To Implement the Appropriation for Special Education Catastrophic Occurrences


California Department of Education

Special Education Division

The website for the California Department of Education, Special Education Division, is being developed through a contract. Our new website is scheduled to begin operation soon. The following web pages give a basic structure to be used at this Internet location for a few months.

1999 Special Education Sunset Report

A request for input on Special Education services in California - 11/18/98

IEP Fact Sheet - 11/16/98


Non-Public Databases (link added 12/03/98)

Directories of services provided by non-public schools and non-public agencies including information on disabling conditions, age ranges, co-ed or single-sex enrollment.

a.. 1998 Non-public Schools Database b.. 1998 Non-public Agencies Database c.. 1998 Out of State Schools Database d.. 1998 Out of State Agencies Database

California Department of Education Special Education Laws and Regulations Database California Special Education Programs: A Composite of Laws Database (link added 05/07/98) Education Code -- Part 30, Other Related Laws, and California Code of Regulations -- Title 5

California Special Education Programs Hearing Office Database(link added 04/15/98)

SEARCH Due Process Hearing Decisions and Orders

Mediation and Due Process Hearing Information and Forms Due Process Hearing Information Request Form Procedural Safeguards General Search of Records Covers orders and decisions released January 1, 1996 and forward. Advanced Search of Records Covers orders and decisions released January 1, 1996 and forward. Search of Archival Records Used exclusively to search for orders and decisions released 1989 to 1995.

Guidelines for Individual Evaluation of California Students with Disabilities, Birth Through Age Twenty-One- October 1998

California Education Code:

Click on "Education Code" in left index frame.

CA Special Ed Rights & Responsibilities

California's Special Education Assistive Technology Program

California's Special Education Assistive Technology Program is administered by the California, Department of Education. Special Education is instruction that is specially designed to meet the unique needs of students with disabilities. Special Education is provided at no cost to parents. AT equipment and services identified on the student's Individual Education Plan (IEP) as necessary to assist a child in the educational process may be purchased by the school district. Services and Equipment funded by Special Education Assessment Commercial equipment or product system, modified or customized for the student. The particular device would be obtained if AT is needed to increase, maintain or improve functional capabilities of the student with a disability.

California Department of Developmental Services(DDS)

P.O. Box 944202 Sacramento, CA 94244-2020 DDS provides services and programs to children and adults with developmental disabilities which includes mental retardation, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, autism and related conditions.

Governing Statutes & Regulations (DDS) Colorado

Colorado Special Education Services Unit

Colorado School-to-Career for Youth with Disabilities Web site

Materials on Special Education Transition services and School-To-Career for students with disabilities can be found on the Colorado School-to-Career for Youth with Disabilities Web site Transition Project Connecticut State Department of Education- Special Ed Programs

All documents are PDF access only. D.C.: See District of Columbia Delaware Delaware State Department of Education

Information and Overview for the Department of Education Educational Programs & Services AND Professional & Curriculum Standards Alternative routes to Certification The Higher Education Commissions'... new Academic Common Market Public School & District Information, Reports & School Profiles DOE Intranet, hardware, policies & more! The Educational Activities Calendar for Delaware Education Other State Education Departments

Delaware State Dept of Ed Programs for Exceptional Children

The Mission of the Exceptional Children Group, in collaboration with other DOE units, is to provide the leadership to ensure that Delaware delivers an effective system of education for exceptional children that is in full compliance with Federal and State laws. This mission is accomplished by having in place a legal framework, collaborative relationships, needs assessment, program supports, and effectiveness evaluation.

a.. Directory of Services and Staff b.. District Special Education Directors c.. Individuals with Disabilities Educational Act and Draft Federal Regulations d.. Administrative Manual: Programs for Exceptional Children e.. Publications & Forms f.. Transition Service g.. 504 Resource Guide h.. Special Education Related Sites i.. 1998/1999 IEP Questions & Answers j.. Upcoming Events and Meetings

Network for Education and Assistive Technology

Center for Applied Science & Engineering University of Delaware / duPont Hospital for Children The NEAT Project addresses problems endemic to education systems throughout the country. Ultimately, the goal of this project is to bridge assistive technology information gaps for students, educators, and parents, using the Internet to enhance AT awareness, disseminate information, and develop a network of supports.

District of Columbia

District of Columbia Public Schools

Dept of Special Education 825 North Capitol Street, NE Washington, D.C. 20002 The main special education number is 202-442-4800 Faxes: (202) 442-5517 and (202) 442-5518 Florida Florida Department of Education

Room PL 08 Capitol Building Tallahassee, FL 32399-0400 (850) 487-1785 FAX: (850) 413-0378

Florida State Board of Education Administrative Rules

Assistive Technology Educational Network (ATEN)

"Unlocking Human Potential Through Assistive Technology" What is ATEN? The Assistive Technology Educational Network (ATEN) offers services to support Florida's 67 school districts in meeting the assistive technology needs of their students. We provide services to students, family members, teachers, and other professionals. Our professional staff includes educators speech-language pathologists, and occupational therapists, and a biomedical engineer.

ATEN is a project funded through the State of Florida Department of Education, Division of Public Schools, Bureau of Student Services and Exceptional Education and managed by Orange County Public Schools. ATEN is housed in OCPS facilities in Orlando, Florida. ATEN is a Florida Diagnostic and Learning Resources (FDLRS) Specialized Center funded under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Part B.

The mission of ATEN is to assist in the enhancement of student outcomes through the provision of information, training, and technical support in the area of assistive technology.

ATEN's Assistive Technology Loaner Library Georgia


1870 Twin Towers East, Atlanta, Georgia 30334 Tel. (404) 656-3963 · Fax (404) 651-6457 (800) 311-3627 Toll Free Restrictions: GA residents only


On this site: FY 99 Forms for Implementing IDEA 1997 The following documents are available for download in Microsoft® Word 95 format: .Addenda to "YOUR RIGHTS AS PARENTS-REGARDING SPECIAL EDUCATION" .Fall 1997: Local School System Information: Your Rights as Parents - Regarding Special Education .Georgia Request For Special Education Due Process Hearing .Georgia Request For Expedited Due Process Hearing .Local School System Information: Parental Consent for Evaluation .Local School System Information: Reevaluation: Notice of Special Considerations Special Education Data Booklet 1998 To download a copy of the Special Education Data Booklet 1998 in Adobe® Portable Document File (.pdf) format FY 98 Federal Data Report for Special Education The following FY 98 Federal Data Report Tables are available in Microsoft® Excel 95 format:

.Federal Data Report Document which contains .Table 1A (Teachers Employed, Contracted and Needed, Ages 3-5) .Table 1B (Teachers Employed, Contracted and Needed, Ages 6-21) .Table 1C (Other Personnel, Contracted and Needed, Ages 3-21) .Table 3 (Children and Youth with Disabilities Exiting During 1997-98) .Table 4 (Students with Disabilities in Private Schools During 1997-98)

The following FY 98 Federal Data Report instructions document is available in Microsoft® Word 95 format: .Instructions for the Federal Data Report FY 99 Special Education Comprehensive Plan The following documents are available for download in Microsoft® Word 95 format:

.Instructions: .Parts A & B .Part A .Part B .Part C IEP The following documents are available for download in Microsoft® Word 95 format:

.IEP Memorandum from P. Paulette Bragg and Dr. Bob Bellamy .IEP Form

For more information, please call P. Paulette Bragg, Director, Division of Exceptional Students, at (404) 656-3963, or send e-mail to pbragg@d....

A Unit of the Office of Policy & Communications

Notice of Proposed Rulemakings September 11, 1998 August 14, 1998 Partial Listing of State Board of Education Rules List of State-Funded K-8 Subjects and 9-12 Courses Rule 160-4-2-.03 Special Instructional Assistance Rule 160-4-2-.17 Education Program for Gifted Students (and Guidelines) Rule 160-4-2-.38 High School Graduation Requirements Rule 160-4-2-.46 NOTE: You must have the Adobe® Acrobat Reader to use these files.


Rules of the State Board of Education inclding Vocational & GT

Georgia State Board of Education Rules Pertaining to Exceptional Students Hawaii

Hawaii Department of Education

#307 1390 Miller Street Honolulu, HI 96813 (808) 586-3310; FAX: (808) 586-3234

Hawaii Department of Education- Special Education Section

Our mission is to provide appropriate educational programs and services which will enable our students with special needs to become self-sufficient to the extent their needs permit; to realize their potential; to attain self-worth and personal dignity; and to become participating members of their families and society.

ACTION PLAN INCORPORATING THE MANAGEMENT, ACCOUNTABILITY, STAFFING AND PROGRAM INITIATIVES FOR THE PROVISION OF SERVICES TO CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES . . TASK 1.00 - EARLY IDENTIFICATION . . TASK 2.00 - TIMELY EVALUATION AND THE DETERMINATION OF ELIGIBILITY . . TASK 3.00 - COMPREHENSIVE SERVICE PLAN DEVELOPMENT . . TASK 4.00: THE PROVISION OF INSTRUCTIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES . . TASK 5.00 - THE OUTCOMES BASED ASSESSMENT AND MONITORING OF SERVICES Assistive Technology IDEA Reauthorization IDEA Reauthorization Awareness Training Schedule Individualized Education Programs Least Restrictive Environment LIBRARY LOCATIONS FOR FELIX RESOURCE MATERIALS Native Hawaiian Special Education Project: Pihana Na Mamo Operation Search Parent and Child Rights in Special Education Preschool for Children with Disabilities Project Ho`okoho: In-Service Training Special Parent Information Network Special Services Transition

State of Hawai`i, Department of Education, Teacher Inservice: 'AT Your Fingertips'

The Hawaii Department of Education's Project Ho`okoho and the University of Hawaii at Manoa offer courses in assistive technology. Local community organizations coordinate annual conferences on assistive technology. These events offer current information, hands-on experiences and opportunities to ask questions about a wide variety of devices.

Aloha Special Technology Access Center "ALOHA STAC--Discovery Through Technology"

Honolulu, Hawaii

HATTS; Hawaii Assistive Technology Training & Services

HATTS is a statewide, non-profit committed to ensuring access to assistive technology (AT) for persons with disabilities. HATTS is funded in part by a grant from the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, U.S. Department of Education, Grant # H224A10023. HATTS can be reached by voice or TTY at 808-532-7110. Neighbor Island residents, call toll free at 800-645-3007. Idaho Idaho Department of Education

Len B. Jordan Office Building 650 West State Street P. O. Box 83720; Boise, ID 83720-0027 (208) 332-6800; (800) 432-4601 TTY: (800) 377-3529; FAX: (208) 334-2228

Idaho Early Childhood Information ClearingHouse This site provides information about young children, birth to age three, including links to Idaho programs and worldwide information, current practice and research, and child development information.


PARENT EDUCATION AND RESOURCE CENTER 4696 OVERLAND ROAD #478 BOISE, ID 83705 (208) 342-5884 (Voice or TDD) 1-800-242-IPUL


12.The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) 13.Developing effective Individual Education Programs (IEP) 14.Communication skills for effective participation in decision making teams 15.Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) 16.Considering the brothers and sisters ofsisters of persons with disabilities 17.Early Intervention Services for young children with disabilities, ages birth through 2 18.The transition planning process 19.Establishing and maintaining a home file 20.Section 504 of the Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973 21.Finding your way through the SSI and Medicaid process

Idaho Special Education

Publications, Laws, Rules District Special Education Directors Mission Statement Directory of Services & Staff Assistive Technology Exemplary Programs Emotional Disturbance Gifted & Talented

Administrative Rules of the State Board of Education

Assistive Technology in Idaho Schools

Assistive Technology Links Definitions Requirements for Schools Assistive Technology Teams IEP Development Funding Resources for Help Call for a demonstration. There are five Assistive Technology Resource Centers (ATRCs)in Idaho that have demonstration equipment and offer a variety of services. Call 1-800-IDA-TECH for the number of the center in your area. The Idaho Assistive Technology Project in Moscow also has many services. Again, 1-800-IDA-TECH will connect you. Borrow equipment and try it out. United Cerebral Palsy of Idaho (UCPI) has a statewide loan library for AT devices. The center is located in Boise and can be reached by calling 208/377-8070 or by e-mail at UCPIDAHO@a.... They will ship items statewide for use by individuals and schools.

IDAPA 08 TITLE 02 CHAPTER 03 THOROUGHNESS 08. Special Education Regulations

(Section 33-2001 through 2008, Idaho Code) - General Provisions.

Science and Mathematics Consortium for Northwest Schools - Idaho

GIFTED AND TALENTED MANDATE (Idaho Code 33-2003) Illinois

Illinois State Board of Education

100 North First Street Springfield, IL 62777 (217) 782-4321; (217) 782-1900; FAX: (217) 524-4928

Illinois Due Process System and Decisions

Information about IL's due process hearing system, including information/summaries of IL due process decisions can be found at

Clearinghouse Review (Illinois Case Law) Indiana

Indiana Education Law Website (and I quote)

This is your one-stop shopping for legal research in education-related matters. Administrative and judicial decision affecting publicly funded education in Indiana are included at this site, with analysis by IDOE's attorneys. Topics are indexed for ease in research areas of interest. You can also use the IDOE Legal Search to find documents in this area based on key words or phrases. IDOE Legal Search Transfer Tuition Application Education Appeals' Decisions & Article 7 Considerations [UPDATED 08/19/98] Index for Recent Decisions Indiana Code [via Access Indiana]

Indiana Department of Education

State House, Room 229 Indianapolis, IN 46204-2798 (317) 232-6665; FAX: (317) 232-8004

ISEAS (Indiana Special Education Administrators' Services)

ISEAS is a statewide project which supports special education administrators through resources and technology.

Indiana Department of Education, Division of Special Education

Indiana Assessment System of Educational Proficiencies State Improvement Plan and State Improvement Grant 1999 Indiana Federation Council for Exceptional Children Convention-Call for Proposals, Posters, and Division Meetings Article 7 - English Parent-Citizen Handbook Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Functional Literacy Assessment Guidelines for Students who are Blind or Visually Impaired Title I 1997 Regional Parent/Staff Inservice Sites Indiana's Comprehensive System of Personnel Development plan IDEA Reauthorization IDEA Reauthorization Regulations Sample Case Conference Summary/IEP Case Conference Forms/IEP Sample Notice of Procedural Safeguards Use of the Category Significant Developmental Delay Master Reference Directory


a legislative update service regarding education policy provided to you by Indiana Department of Education. (HB1192)

The Quarterly Report provides information to the Indiana State Board of Education on recent judicial and administrative decisions affecting publicly funded education.

Indiana Board of Special Education Education Appeals Decisions & Article 7 Considerations

The following are postings of written decisions of the Indiana Board of Special Education Appeals (BSEA), a three-member board appointed by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction to conduct administrative reviews of special education due process hearings. The BSEA is created by 511 IAC 7-15-6. Iowa Iowa Department of Education

Grimes State Office Building East 14th and Grand Streets Des Moines, IA 50319-0146 V: (515) 281-3436 FAX: (515) 281-4122

Iowa Special Education Laws

The bottom of the page has a search engine. Use 'Special Education' as search term and you'll be set.

Iowa Parental Rights in Special Education

Special Education Appeal Decisions Kansas

Kansas State Department of Education

Kansas State Department of Education Student Support Services HomePage

Providing leadership for special education services for children throughout Kansas.

Kansas State Department of Education Student Support Services

Explanation of Proposed Changes in State Regulations for Special Education



34 C.F.R Part 99

Statutes, Regulations, and State Plan

Kansas Department of Education Guide for Developing a Local Technology Plan Kentucky

Kentucky State Department of Education

1930 Capital Plaza Tower 500 Mero Street Frankfort, KY 40601 V (502)564-3421 (800)533-5372- Toll Free Restrictions: KY residents only FAX: (502)564-6470 E-Mail: kwilborn@k...

Kentucky State Department of Education Instructional Programs

Exceptional Children Services Assistive Technology Guidelines for Kentucky Schools A manual developed to assist school districts, teachers and administrators in identifying and meeting student needs for Assistive Technology. Autism Manual A technical assistance manual on autism. Provide answers to FAQ. Checklist for Parents on IEP's Individual Education Program (IEP) Development a guide for parents. A checklist for parents on IEP's. Confidentiality FAQ Brochure for School Staff Frequently asked questions and answers for school staff about confidentiality of educational records of students with disabilities. Confidentiality FAQ's for parents of children with disabilities Frequently asked question and answers for parents of children with disabilities concerning confidentiality of your Child's School Records. Core Team Monitoirng Application Application form to assist the DECS as a CORE TEAM member on 10-12 on-site mont. visits. Core team members must be available a minimum of 24 days during the school year and not be an active employee of a school disrict or a state agency. Getting Ready for Admissions and Release Committee Meetings A checklist for students to help you become a better member in ARC meetings. Questions and suggestions that you might have. Guide for Regular Education Teachers IEP Development Brochure to answer questions and a guide for regular education teachers in developing an IEP. Individual Education Program (IEP) Frequently asked questions and the answers about IEP's. Kentucky State Resources Names, address and phone numbers of state services for people with disabilities. Monitoring Team Member Application Application form to assist the DECS on-site monit. visits for the Division to montioring of the Spec. Ed. Programs. Occupational/Physical Therapy Guidelines Guidelines for the delivery of occupational therapy and physical therapy services in educational settings. To assist OT/PT providers in the design and implementation of OT/PT services for individual students with disabilities. Parents Rights A full explanation of procedural safeguards available to parents in easily understandable language. Preparing for Admissions and Release Committe (ARC) meetings A checklist for General Education Teachers. A questions and answers brochure about Preparing for an ARC meeting. Preparing for ARC Meetings for Parents A checklist for Parents in preparing for an Admissions and Release Committee (ARC) meetings. School Based Health Services Medicaid Program Q&A Vol. 1 Commonly asked questions and answers for school-based health services Medicaid Program. School Based Health Services Medicaid Program Questions and Answers Vol. #2 Services for Students with Health Care Needs A manual to provide a set of quidelines for delivering services to students with special health care needs. This is a training model for training nonlicensed personnel to deliver healthrelated services under the direct supervision of licensed personal. State Services for Kentuckians with Disabilities Names and phone numbers with TTY phone numbers for services in Kentucky to help people with disabilities.

Kentucky AT Matrix

Special Populations Academic Village -Diversity Heights

This village is governed by a Town Council. This is a group of teachers, administrators, and other individuals who are interested in providing information, ideas, and resources for the Kentuckians working with individuals who: are gifted and talented, homeless speak English as a second language or have limited English proficiency, have parents who migrate, providing agricultural services, have a disability.

Diversity Heights - Information Center

Kentucky Revised Statutes TITLE XIII - EDUCATION

Listed by Title

The Kentucky Administrative Regulations

Listed by Title or searchable by keyword

Kentucky Administrative Regulations- Education = Title 700 Louisiana

Louisiana Department of Education

626 North Fourth Street P. O. Box 94064 Baton Rouge, LA 70704-9064 V: (504) 342-4411 FAX: (504) 342-7316 E-Mail: webmaster@m...

Regulations for the Implementation of the Exceptional Children's Act

Bulletin 1706 Louisiana Department of Education; Division of Special Populations Approved January, 1998 | Effective July 1, 1998 Maine Maine Department of Education, Office of Special Services Home Page

Welcome to the homepage for the Office of Special Services, Maine Department of Education. The Office of Special Services is a part of the Learning Systems Team and other Department Teams. We hope you will find this site informative and helpful. Your comments and suggestions will guide us in future development at this site.

Special Education Regulations Professional Development Calendar(Fall Conference '98) Due Process Assistive Technology Directors (Access Database) 98-99 Directors List Child Count Data 98-99 Fact Sheet Professional Development Web Sites IDEA Reauthorization Information Center Center for Applied Special Technology Parent Forums Interesting Links Updated 9/10/98 David Noble Stockford, Director - 23 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04333-0023; (207) 287-5950 Voice; (207) 287-5900 Fax; (207) 287-2550 TTY Maryland Maryland Department of Education

200 West Baltimore Street Baltimore, MD 21201 V: (410) 767-0462 FAX: (410) 333-6033

Division of Special Education Directory Information

Maryland Office of Administrative Hearings Special Education Mediation

Office of Administrative Hearings at (410) 321-2140 or Ron Peiffer (410) 767-0473

Early Identification and Intervention Program (EIIP) Massachusetts

Massachusetts Department of Education

Mass. Association of Special Education Parent Advisory Councils (MASSPAC)

Massachusetts' Hearing Decisions (FEE BASED)

Massachusetts' decisions are handled through a "fee based" publication. They have recently gone "on-line" and you can access, without charge, the most recent decisions. However, if you want to search older cases, it costs $25 per 24 hours of access. Select: Legal Publications Select: Special Education Decisions

'Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System' (MCAS) Test Results

You'll find the MCAS test results if you select (in the selection bar) State Testing (MCAS). Michigan Michigan Department of Education Office of Special Education & Early Intervention Services Revised Administrative Rules for Special Education (Including revisions effective October 15, 1996, and April 9, 1997)

Michigan Special Education Laws

Michigan Department of Education OFFICE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION & EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES Minnesota Minnesota Department of Children, Families, and Learning

712 Capitol Square Building 550 Cedar Street Saint Paul, MN 55101 (612) 296-2358 FAX: (612) 282-5892

Minnesota Children Special Education Decisions

Hearings, Complaints, Interpretation Letters

Minnesota Special Education Rules Mississippi

Mississippi State Department of Education

Suite 365, 359 North West Street Jackson, MS 39201 (601) 359-3513 FAX: (601) 359-3242

Mississippi Office of Special Education

Carolyn Black, Director Suite 335, Central High Building 359 North West Street, P.O. Box 771, Jackson, MS 39205-0771 (601) 359-3498 Fax (601) 359-2198

Information To Enable Success in Adult Life Experiences Disability Categories Autism Deaf-Blind Developmentally Delayed Educational Disability Emotional Disability Hearing Impaired Language/Speech Multiple Disabilities Physical Disability Specific Learning Disabilities Traumatic Brain Injury Visually Impaired

Directory of District Supervisors of Special Education


Mississippi Department of Education's daily legislative report

MANUAL (REGS for special Ed Included)

Dr. Richard Thompson, State Superintendent R. D. Harris, Deputy State Superintendent State Board of Education (SBE) Policies Missouri Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

Sixth Floor, 205 Jefferson Street Jefferson City, MO 65102 (573) 751-4446, TTY: (800) 735-2966, FAX: (573) 751-1179

Missouri State Division of Special Education

John Heskett, Assistant Commissioner P.O. Box 480; Jefferson City, MO 65102-0480 Fax: (573) 526-4404 Division of Special Education assists school districts in establishing and improving services for children with disabilities. It also operates the Missouri School for the Deaf (Fulton, Missouri), Missouri School for the Blind (St. Louis, Missouri) and the State Schools for the Severely Handicapped.

Missouri Special Education Legal Services Page

Recommendations for Extended School Year Policies Student Access -- Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Checklist: Discipline Options and Procedures Discipline Under the IDEA Amendment of 1997 Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Division of Special Education Heidi Atkins-Lieberman, Director Special Education Legal Services Email to: hatkinsl@m... Phone: (573)751-3502

School Laws and Legislation - Missouri Revised Statutes

Missouri Public School Rules and Regulations

Missouri Dept of Ed Publications Online

Missouri Vocational Rehabilitation

Enabling Missourians with disabilities to work. Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) helps persons with physical or mental disabilities become employed. A division of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, it is funded both by federal and state government. VR maintains 26 district offices throughout the state to provide direct services to clients, who receive one-on-one counseling and guidance, training, retraining and other assistance so they can achieve gainful employment. Ronald W. Vessell, Assistant Commissioner 3024 W. Truman Blvd. Jefferson City, MO 65109-0525 Phone: (573) 751-3251 Fax: (573) 751-1441 TTY (573) 751-0881

The Missouri Technology Center for Special Education

The Missouri Technology Center for Special Education provides information, training and technical assistance to Missouri's special educators interested in effectively integrating computer technology into their curriculum. New advances in computer technology can improve the educational opportunities for students with special needs. Housed in the School of Education at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, the Center is funded by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Division of Special Education. IEP Update form for consideration of new IDEA AT 97 reqmnts on website Montana Montana Special Education

Click on OPI in the left frame to go to SPED Nebraska Nebraska Department of Education Home page

Nebraska Department of Education (NDE) Special Education

Welcome to Special Populations Finance School Support Parent Information Staff Development Service Agencies Data Warehouse Forms Flexible Funding Disability Topics Due Process Early Childhood Advisory Groups Partnerships Other places of Interest Office Messages Staff Assignments "Ask Special Education?"


Nevada Department of Education

700 East Fifth Street Carson City, NV 89701-5096 702-687-9217 office 702-687-9202 fax

Nevada State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Mary L. Peterson peterson@n...


Containing Proposed and Adopted Administrative Regulations as of 11/7/98

Nevada Administrative Code

Seach terms special education (no comma separation) CHAPTER 388: SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES AND PROGRAMS CHAPTER 395: EDUCATION OF DISABLED PERSONS New Hampshire New Hampshire Department of Education

101 Pleasant Street Concord, NH 03301-3860 (603) 271-3494 (603) 271-1953 (Fax) Div. of Educational Improvement (603) 271-6051 Div.of Program Support (603) 271-3453

Education Law and Policy

Administrative Rules Amendments, Adoption, or Repeal of Rules TABLE OF CONTENTS

New Hampshire Approved Nonpublic SPED Schools Listed by Town

New Hampshire Regional Vocational Centers Listed by Region

New Hampshire Department of Education Employees

Indexed by Subject Area

New Hampshire Revised Statutes, TITLE 15 Education, Index Of Chapters

CHAPTER 186C, Special Education, Index Of Sections New Jersey

New Jersey Department of Education's School Law Decisions Web Page.

Here you will be able to access current legal decisions of the Commissioner of Education, the State Board of Education, the School Ethics Commission and the State Board of Examiners.

New Jersey Special Education Code- Adopted

New Jersey Special Education Code- Proposed

Rutgers University Law School - Camden:

New Jersey Administrative Law Decisions This is a full-text archive of Administrative Law Decisions in the State of New Jersey. It contains opinions issued by the New Jersey Office of Administrative Law, and from individual departments and commissions dating from October, 1997. Rutgers University Law School - Camden: New Jersey Administrative Law Decisions. This website is kept current with AOL Decisions every two weeks.This is where the special education due process decisions can be found.

NJ Parental Rights in Special Education (PRISE)

Addendum to PRISE (11/97) Mediation Due Process Request Form (PDF) Short Procedural Safeguards Statement (PDF) Cover Memo to Short Procedural Safeguards Statement As a parent of a child who is being considered for or receiving special education benefits, you have certain rights which are protected by state and federal law. You can learn about these rights by reading this booklet and addenda. If you would like to know more about any of the information in this booklet, you may contact your child's case manager or special education administrator in your school district. New Mexico New Mexico State Department of Education

Education Building 300 Don Gaspar Santa Fe, NM 87501-2786 (505) 827-6688 FAX: (505) 827-6520

New Mexico Special Education Regulations

New Mexico's Protection and Advocacy System

1720 Louisiana Blvd NE Suite 204 Albuquerque, New Mexico Call Monday through Friday 8:30am-5:00pm (505)-256-3100; 1-800-432-4682 toll free from anywhere in New Mexico


by New Mexico Protection and Advocacy System New York New York State Education Department's State Review Officer Decisions

On-line recent decision database of the New York State Education Department's State Review Officer decisions. gopher://

NY State Education Department

Office of Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities

Article 89 - Children With Handicapping Conditions

Publications of Interest to Families and Professionals On-Line Service

VESID and the New York State Library are working together to make the most-requested publications on services to individuals with disabilities available on-line. These titles are available online at the above address........ 1.. 1998 Pocketbook of Goals and Results for Individuals with Disabilities 2.. 1997 Pocketbook of Goals and Results for Individuals with Disabilities (pdf file) 3.. 1997 Reauthorization of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) 4.. Access to VESID Services: A Question and Answer Guide for Students 5.. Access to VESID Services: A Question and Answer Guide for Parents 6.. Transition Services: A Planning and Implementation Guide 7.. How I Grow Asi Crezco 8.. Updated Part 200 Regulations of the Commissioner of Education 9.. Article 89 - Children with Handicapping Conditions 10.. Least Restrictive Environment Implementation Policy Paper 11.. Test Access and Modification for Individuals with Disabilities 12.. Americans with Disabilities Act, Title II Self-Evaluation 13.. Certification and Licensing of Bilingual Special Education Professionals 14.. Psychologist/Interpreter Work Standards for Conducting Bilingual Evaluations North Carolina North Carolina State Department of Public Instruction

Preschool Programs for Children with Disabilities North Dakota

North Dakota Department of Public Instruction

11th Floor, Department 201 600 East Boulevard Avenue Bismarck, ND 58504-0440 (701) 328-2260 FAX: (701) 328-2461 Ohio OHIO STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Special Education (SE)

Telephone: (614)466-2650 John Herner, Director Secretary: Ann Simcox

Barbara MacDonald, Asst. Director, Fiscal Operation/Administrative Services Edward V. Kapel, Asst. Director, Procedural Safeguards/Support Services Kristen Kask, Asst. Director, Program Operation

Special Education Regional Resource Centers (SERRC) IDEA 1997 Implementation Plan ¹ Updates to Model Policies and Procedures for Education of Children with Disabilities ¹ Memorandum to Superintendents on Individualized Education Programs (IEP)¹ Toward the Development of a State Improvement Plan (SIP) for Ohio ¹ Special Education Grant Application to Evaluate the Effects of Intervention-Based Multifactored Evaluation (IBMFE) on the School Building Capacity to Meet the Needs of All Students¹ These documents are in Adobe Acrobat format.

Special Education Regional Resource Centers (SERRC) Oklahoma

Oklahoma State Department of Education

2500 North Lincoln Boulevard, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105-4599 FAX (405) 521-6205

a.. CALENDAR: Upcoming workshops, conferences, calendar events b.. CURRICULUM: Resources for the individual subject areas: Arts In Education, c.. Gifted and Talented, Health, Safety and Physical Education, Language Arts, Languages, Mathematics, Reading, Science, Social Studies, Technology d.. PUBLICATIONS: Materials published by the State Department of Education, including books, forms, documents and news releases e.. OTHER LINKS: Oklahoma schools and educational organizations on the web f.. AGENCY: The people and the divisions of the Oklahoma SDE who can answer your questions g.. LEGISLATION: Current status of education-related legislation in the Oklahoma House of Representatives and Senate h.. HOMESCHOOLING: Oklahoma State Department of Education resources grouped for use in homeschooling i.. INDEX: Alphabetical listing of topics within our website

E-mail Oklahoma's State Superintendent of Public Instruction Sandy Garrett, Superintendent of Public Instruction sandy_garrett@m...

Phonics Tool Kit, Oklahoma State Department of Education Oregon

Oregon Department of Education

255 Capitol St NE Salem, OR 97310-0203 Phone: (503) 378-3569 TDD: (503) 378-2892 Fax: (503) 373-7968

Oregon Department of Education Office of Special Education

255 Capitol Street NE Salem, OR 97310-0203 503.378.3598 V 503.373.7968 FAX 503.378.2892 TDD


Advisory Councils (SACSE, SICC, CPPC) Comprehensive System of Personnel Development (CSPD) Documents/Publication/Forms 10/16/98 Due Process and Mediation Monitoring and Schedule Oregon Special Education Employment Clearinghouse Special Education Funding SECC 11/19/98 Special Education Planning Calendar Special Education Staff


Deafblind Project Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education Hospital Programs Juvenile Corrections/Oregon Youth Authority Long Term Care and Treatment Programs Oregon School for the Blind Oregon School for the Deaf Oregon Technology Access Program Regional Programs Talented and Gifted Program Very Special Arts


OFFICE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION: Information on Specific Disabilities

Oregon Administrative Rules 1998 Compilation

OREGON DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, DIVISION 15, SPECIAL EDUCATION [ED. NOTE: The following Administrative Orders relating to Special Education were previously adopted by the Department of Education: 1EB 3, filed 3-30-59; 1EB 22 and 23, filed 1-19-60.] 581-015-0005

Oregon Disabilities Commission

Coalition in Oregon for Parent Education (COPE)

Salem area: 503-581-8156 Toll free: 888-505-2673

Code Book for Special Education Initials/Acronyms Commonly Used in Special Education

October 1998 Oregon DoE, Office of Special Education

Sample Oregon IEP's from Univ of Oregon Pennsylvania STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Bureau of Special Education, Department of Education

333 Market Street, 7th Floor Harrisburg, PA 17126-0333 (717) 783-6913

Special Education Consultline: (800) 879-2301 (V/TTY)


AGES 3 THROUGH 5 Richard Price, Chief Division of Early Intervention Bureau of Special Education, Department of Education 333 Market Street, 7th Floor Harrisburg, PA 17126-0333 (717) 783-6879


AGES BIRTH THROUGH 2 Jacqueline Epstein, Chief Children's Services Division Office of Mental Retardation, Department of Public Welfare P.O. Box 2675 Harrisburg, PA 17105-2675 (717) 783-8302 jackiee@d...


Susan Aldrete, Executive Director Office of Voc. Rehab., Department of Labor & Industry 1300 Labor & industry Bldg., Seventh and Forster Streets Harrisburg, PA 17120 (717) 787-5244 saldrete@d...


Marjorie Lowe Blaze, Supervisor Special Populations Section, Department of Education, Bureau of Vocational-Technical Education 333 Market Street, 6th Floor Harrisburg, PA 17126-0333 (717) 787-5293


Charles Curie, Deputy Secretary for Mental Health Office of Mental Health, Department of Public Welfare Health & Welfare Bldg., Room 502 P.O. Box 2675 Harrisburg, PA 17105-2675 (717) 787-6443

STATE MENTAL HEALTH REPRESENTATIVE FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH Anita K. Thiemann, Director Bureau of Family & Consumer Affairs Beechmont Building, #32, 2nd Floor P.O. Box 2675 Harrisburg, PA 17105 (717) 772-7828


Nancy R. Thaler, Deputy Secretary for MR Department of Public Welfare Health & Welfare Bldg., Room 512, P.O. Box 2675 Harrisburg, PA 17105-2675 (717) 787-3700 nancyt@d...


Graham Mulholland, Executive Director DD Planning Council 568 Forum Bldg., Commonwealth Avenue Harrisburg, PA 17120 (717) 787-6057


Kevin Casey, Executive Director PA Protection & Advocacy Inc. 116 Pine Street Harrisburg, PA 17101 (717) 236-8110; (800) 692-7443 (V/TTY, in PA)


Steve Pennington, Statewide Director Center for Disability Law & Policy 1617 JFK Boulevard, Suite 800 Philadelphia, PA 19103 (215) 557-7112 (V/TTY) COLPLAW@a...

PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL HEALTH CARE NEED C. Gail Stock, Director Division of Special Health Care Programs Department of Health, Room 724 P.O. Box 90 Harrisburg, PA 17108 (717) 783-5436 Special Kids Network: (800) 986-4550


Blindness & Visual Services, Dept. of Public Welfare P.O. Box 2675 Harrisburg, PA 17105 (717) 787-6176; (800) 622-2842 (In PA)


Debra Maltese, Director Office for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing 1110 Labor & Industry Building 7th and Forster Streets Harrisburg, PA 17120-0019 (717) 783-4912 (V/TTY) (800) 233-3008 (V/TTY, in PA only) DMaltese@d...


Thomas Winters, Division Chief Advisory Service, Department of Education 333 Market Street, 6th Floor Harrisburg, PA 17126 (717) 787-8022


Mid-Atlantic DBTAC TransCen, Inc. 451 Hungerford Drive, Suite 607 Rockville, MD 20850 (301) 217-0124 (V/TT) E-mail: adainfo@t...

Pennsylvania Special Education Mediation Service (PA SEMS)

6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA 17112-2764 (800) 992-4334; (717) 541-4960 (800) 654-5984 (TTY)

The Education Law Center of Pennsylvania

-provides legal representation to parents and students regarding public education issues. Rhode Island Rhode Island Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

255 Westminster Street Providence, RI 02903-3400 (401) 222-4600, Ext. FAX: (401) 222-6033 South Carolina The South Carolina Department of Education

1006 Rutledge Building 1429 Senate Street Columbia, SC 29201 (803) 734-8492 FAX: (803) 734-3389

South Carolina Department of Disabilities and Special Needs

For People with Severe, Lifelong Disabilities

New Gifted & Talented regulations


SOUTH CAROLINA GENERAL ASSEMBLY 1997 Code of Laws South Dakota South Dakota Department of Education

The Office of Special Education, located in the South Dakota Department of Education and Cultural Affairs, advocates for the availability of the full range of personnel, programming, and placement options, including early intervention and transition services, required to assure that all individuals with disabilities are able to achieve maximum independence upon exiting from school.

Office of Special Education

Division of Education Resources and Services Director - Deborah Barnett; Phone 605-773-3678; e-mail debb@d... Table of Contents

State Implementation Plan Workshops, Conferences and Training Transition- post secondary Birth to 3 Connections- early intervention South Dakota Statewide Systems Change Families and IDEA '97 Procedural Safeguards Performance Goals & Indicators, Ages 3-5 FAQ's- the top ten Staff Tennessee

State of Tennessee Department of Education

State Rules & Regulations

Department of Education; Special Education

Vision and Hearing: Evaluations and Consultations Assistive Technology Center RFP Step by Step Guide for Parents Parents Rights & Responsibilities ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilities & Gifted Education Federal Statutes & Regulations State Statutes & Regulations Special Education Draft Forms Comprehensive Plan Part 1 Comprehensive Plan Part 2 Texas Texas Education Agency Website

Proposed Commissioner's Rules

Proposed Revisions to 19 TAC Chapter 89, Adaptations for Special Populations, Subchapter AA, Commissioner's Rules Concerning Special Education Services (published in the April 24, 1998, issue of the Texas Register) Text of Proposed Revisions to 19 TAC Chapter 89, Subchapter AA, Commissioner's Rules Concerning Special Education Services

Division of Special Education

Due Process Hearing Decisions/Hearing Officers

Texas Special Education Resource Center Parent site

Your Rights ~ The Law ~ IEPs and ARDs ~ Modifications ~ Inclusion PARENT POWER! Nothing can replace the collective guidance and understanding of other parents who've been there.

Texas Register

Need to Know if a New Rule has been Published? Utah Utah State Office of Education

250 E. 500 S. * Salt Lake City UT 84111 (801) 538-7500 * Fax (801) 538-7521


Guidelines for Serving Students with Traumatic Brain Injuries

GUIDELINES Utah Attention Deficit Disorder Guide

Utah's Project for Inclusion:Promoting Quality Inclusive Education for All

Utah's Project for Inclusion is a project of the Utah State Office of Education

Utah Learning Resource Center (ULRC)

The ULRC is a staff development project sponsored by the Utah Comprehensive System for Personnel Development (CSPD) consortium for special education.

Utah State Office of Rehabilitation

A Key Resource For Individuals With Disabilities USOR SERVICES Vocational Rehabilitation Independent Living Deaf & Hard-of-Hearing Blind & Visually Impaired Social Security Disability Determination Policy & Procedure Manual for Deaf Interpreter Certification

Utah Center for Assistive Technology Home Page

Utah Schools for the Deaf and Blind


Vermont Education Matters

120 State Street - Montpelier, VT 05620-2501 (802) 828-3147 (fax) 828-3140

IDEA 1997 Q & A

Questions & Answers concerning I D E A This site contains information regarding the 1997 Ammendment to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (I D E A) and how it affects the Vermont Department of Education's Special Education Rules. It provides guidance to parents and school districts about how the new law is being implemented.


Title 16. Education Chapter 101. Special Education Virginia Virginia Department of Education

Virginia Department of Education Division of Instruction a.. Office of Special Education and Student Services b.. Implementation Plan for the IDEA Amendments, 1997 c.. Virginia's Special Education Regulations d.. Special Ed Notice of Intended Regulatory Action e.. Training & Technical Assistance Center - Eastern VA f.. Training & Technical Assistance Center - Southwest VA g.. Regional Mediation Sources h.. Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Amendments of 1997 i.. School Health Services

Office of Vocational and Adult Education, Virginia Department of Education

Virginia Department of Education Division of Instruction Standards of Learning a.. The Commonwealth of Knowledge! Resources for Implementing the SOLs b.. SOL Connection c.. SOL Training Initiative d.. Technical Assistance Resource Materials e.. SOL Sample Mathematics Curriculums: K-8 & Algebra f.. SOL Sample Test Items g.. Teaching Science h.. SOL Test Blueprints i.. Teaching Virginia SOL j.. Courses To Satisfy Graduation Requirements k.. New SOL for Optional Mathematics Courses

Proposed Special Education Regulations (as of 9/13/98)

Regulations Governing Special Education Programs for Children with Disabilities in Virginia will be revised in accordance with the 1997 Amendments to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. Proposed Special Education Regulations (as of 9/13/98)

Special Education Program Standards

Special Education Program Standards

The Special Education Program Standards will be incorporated into the Regulations Governing Special Education Programs for Children with Disabilities in Virginia and will be repealed as a stand-alone set of regulations. Public comments may be submitted from July 20 through August 20, 1998 to: Cathy Pomfrey Office of Special Education and Student Services P.O. Box 2120 Richmond, VA 23216-2120 Comments may also be submitted via E-mail to cpomfrey@p... Persons who previously provided comments do not need to re-submit those comments.

For additional information, contact: H. Douglas Cox, Director Office of Special Education and Student Services Virginia Department of Education P.O. Box 2120 Richmond, VA 23218-2120 Note: An additional public comment period will be held after the proposed revisions are published.

Washington State

WA State's Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

WA State's OSPI's Special Education Resources

WA State's OSPI's Severe Discrepancy Tables

"Special Education and the Law"; "A legal Guide for Families and Educators." West Virginia

West Virginia K-12 Schools

Building 6 1900 Kanawha Boulevard East Charleston, WV 25305-0330 (304) 558-0304 FAX: (304) 558-2584 E-Mail: wvde@a... Wisconsin Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

125 South Webster Street P.O. Box 7841 Madison, WI 53707-7841 (608)267-9153 (800) 441-4563 TTY: (608) 267-2427 FAX: (608) 267-1052 Wyoming Wyoming Department of Education

Second Floor 2300 Capitol Avenue Cheyenne, WY 82002 V: (307) 777-7675 FAX: (307) 777-6234 E-Mail: jcatch@e...

Wyoming Dept of Education Programs and Services Special Education

Wyoming Dept of Education Alternative Education

Contents Adult Basic Education BOCES (state residential placements) Charter Schools General Educational Development - GED Home Schooling

Wyoming Education Rules and Regulations

These are education rules and regulations of the Wyoming Department of Education and the Wyoming State Board of Education as filed with the Secretary of State. You can view the current text of these regulations or download them in WordPerfect format.

1999 General Session of the Wyoming Legislature Education Bill Information

Announcements and Hot Education Issues Education Bills Education Bill Status US Territories American Samoa American Samoa Department of Education

Pago Pago, AS 96799 (684) 633-5237 FAX: (684) 633-4240 Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands No Information Federated States of Micronesia No Information Guam Guam Department of Education

P.O. Box DE Agana, GM 96932 (671) 475-0460 Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Department of Education

P. O. Box 190759 San Juan, PR 00919-0759 (787) 753-2062 FAX: (787) 250-0275 Republic of Palau No Information

Republic of the Marshall Islands No Information

Virgin Islands Virgin Islands Department of Education

44-46 Kongens Gade St Thomas, VI 00802 (340) 774-2810 FAX: (340) 774-4679 E-Mail: ldavis@s... Miscellaneous Canadian Special Ed Resources

Cornell Univ Legal Information Institute

State Statutes by Topic

8th Circuit Decisions Peter Westendorp v. Wedl

9/16/98: The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit reached a decision in favor of parents who had sued their local districts and the state on the issue of providing a paraprofessional to a child placed in a religious school. The District of Minnesota had ruled against the parents. The complete opinion in Peter Westendorp v. Wedl may be found at the court's website. The case is captioned Peter v. Wedl.


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