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Celebrating 45 Years of IDEA
Join the Office of Special Education Programs and the U.S. Department of Education as we celebrate the 45th Anniversary of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act!
The Intervention IDEAs brief series describes interventions based on evidence, for practitioners and parents that address the academic, developmental and behavioral domains of infants and...
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Updated: September 29, 2020
The OSEP Symposium on Significant Disproportionality explored why this is an important topic for all of us as we work to ensure that children with disabilities, regardless of race or ethnicity, are provided educational services and accommodations that enable and prepare them for post-school education and career opportunities.
Updated: September 28, 2020
During this presentation experts, including current OSEP grantees, discussed what we know about: determining the factors that drive high expectations, such as child, family and other stakeholder engagement, how to support each child and family in establishing and meeting those expectations, working towards each child having access to an education that meets her or his unique and individual needs, how high expectations relate to State academic content standards, and incorporating evidence-based practices in the IEP. All of this will be presented in light of how these practices and principles relate to the United States Supreme Court in Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District RE-1, commonly referred to as “Endrew F.”