IDEA’s Regulations on the Resolution Process

IDEA's regulations describing the resolution process are found at §300.510. Word for word, and in their entirety, these regulations are: __________________________________ §300.510 Resolution process. (a) Resolution meeting. (1) Within 15 days of receiving notice of the parent’s due process complaint, and prior to the initiation of a due process hearing under §300.511, the LEA must convene a meeting with the parent and the relevant member … [Read more...]

IDEA’s Regulations on Due Process Hearings

IDEA's final Part B regulations addressing due process hearings begin at §300.311. Word for word, and in their entirety, the regulations read:§300.511 Impartial due process hearing.(a) General. Whenever a due process complaint is received under §300.507 or §300.532, the parents or the LEA involved in the dispute must have an opportunity for an impartial due process hearing, consistent with the procedures in §§300.507, 300.508, and 300.510.(b) … [Read more...]

Get a Copy of IDEA

September 2010 This information in Spanish | Esta información en español If you are involved in the well-being of an infant, toddler, child, or youth with disabilities, you'll find reading the exact language of IDEA both illuminating and important. In addition to being able to read it here, online, you may also wish to download a full copy, print it out, and keep it handy. The Law (Statute) Current Name: The Individuals with Disabilities Education … [Read more...]

Part C of IDEA: Early Intervention for Babies and Toddlers

November 2011 Early intervention services for infants and toddlers with disabilities (birth-3) have been a part of IDEA since 1986. This section of the law is commonly known as Part C of IDEA.** Regulations for Part C What's changed? | OSEP's non-regulatory summary Model IFSP form Training module 1 | The Basics of Early Intervention (new!) How to find early intervention services in your community __________________________________________ Regulations … [Read more...]

Part B of IDEA: Services for School-Aged Children

September 2010 In Spanish | En español Since the enactment of the original legislation in 1975, children and youth (ages 3-22) receive special education and related services under Part B of IDEA. Part B is so named because it's the second part of the law itself. Its four parts are: Part A - General Provisions Part B - Assistance for Education of All Children with Disabilities Part C - Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities Part D … [Read more...]

Subpart A of the Part B Regulations: General Provisions

Estas regulaciones en español | These regulations in Spanish If you're looking for a summary of IDEA's purposes and key definitions, try our Key Terms to Know in Special Education. The page you're currently on gives you IDEA's exact words, without explanation or commentary. e-CFR Data is current as of September 22, 2010 Title 34: Education   PART 300—ASSISTANCE TO STATES FOR THE EDUCATION OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES Subpart A—General Purposes … [Read more...]

Subpart B of the Part B Regulations: State Eligibility

September 2010 These regulations in Spanish | Estas regulaciones en español If you're looking for a summary of IDEA's requirements for state eligibility, this is not the page you want. This page gives you IDEA's exact words, without explanation or commentary. For summaries of selected key points in IDEA's state eligibility requirements, we would refer you to these pages instead: accessible instructional materials assistive technology extended … [Read more...]

Subpart C of the Part B Regulations: LEA Eligibility

e-CFR Data is current as of September 24, 2010 The latest iteration of these regulations is available online at GPO Access En español | In Spanish **Las tres partes de estas regulaciones disponibles en español se indican por una  estrella roja. * Title 34: Education PART 300—ASSISTANCE TO STATES FOR THE EDUCATION OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subpart … [Read more...]

Subpart D of the Part B Regulations: Evaluations, Eligibility, IEPs, and Placement

En español | In Spanish If you're looking for practical information, summaries, or how-to's about evaluation, eligibility, IEPs, or placement, visit our Children (3-22) pages, where you'll find what you're looking for in abundance. The page you're on right now gives you IDEA's exact words, without explanation or commentary. e-CFR Data is current as of September 24, 2010 The latest iteration of these regulations is available online at GPO … [Read more...]

Subpart E of the Part B Regulations: Procedural Safeguards

These regulations in Spanish | Estas regulaciones en español The current page connects you with IDEA's exact words only, without explanation or commentary. Rather have a summary of IDEA's procedural safeguards? Visit the Parental Rights section of NICHCY's site. Looking for training materials on procedural safeguards? They're ready and waiting for you as Modules 17, 18, and 19 of Building the Legacy, our training curriculum on IDEA 2004. e-CFR … [Read more...]

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