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Special Education Procedural Directives Archive

1 - Child Find/Developmental Preschool Programs - April 2011 Revision
2A - Parent, Including Foster and Surrogate Parents - April 2011 Revision
2B - Prior Written Notice - April 2011 Revision
2C - Consent - April 2011 Revision
2D - Parent Participation in Meetings - April 2011 Revision
2E - Confidentiality of Information - April 2011 Revision
2F - Unilateral Placement by Parents of Children in Private Schools at Public Expense - April 2011 Revision
2G - Independent Educational Evaluations - April 2011 Revision
2H - Conflict Resolution at the Lowest Possible Level - April 2011 Revision
2I - State-Level Complaint Procedures - April 2011 Revision
2J - Due Process Hearings - April 2011 Revision
3 - Full and Individual Evaluation - April 2011 Revision
4 - Disabilities - Exceptionalities - April 2011 Revision
5A - IEP Team Membership and Participants - April 2011 Revision
5B - Excusal of IEP Team Members - April 2011 Revision
5C - Special Factors - April 2011 Revision
5D - Student Profile - April 2011 Revision
5E - Transition Services - April 2011 Revision
5F - Graduation Planning - April 2011 Revision
5G - Present Levels of Performance and Annual Goals - April 2011 Revision
5H - Special Education and Related Services - April 2011 Revision
5I - Supplementary Aids and Services - April 2011 Revision
5J - State- and District-Wide Assessments - April 2011 Revision
5K - Extended School Year (ESY) Services - April 2011 Revision
6 - Least Restrictive Environment - April 2011 Revision
7 - Discipline of Students With Disabilities / Behavior - April 2011 Revision
Glossary of Terms for the Special Education Procedural Directives - April 2011 Revision
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