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Federal Legislation Review.

What is the PL number for University Affiliated Facilities, which was later renamed University Centers of Excellence in Developmental Disabilities? PL 88-164
The PL 92 - 424 was amended in 1972, and has an open door policy which mandates 10% of the enrollment be reserved for children with developmental disabilities? Head Start
What Act was rehabilied in 1973; was reauthorized in 2000; Section 503 - reducing discrimination against individuals with disabilities and is also know as PL 106 - 402 Developmental Disabilities Act (DDA)
PL 94 - 142 Education for all Handicapped Children, 1975; Popular title: The Bill of Rights for Handicapped Children; reauthorized every 10yrs; refereed today as Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
What act was changed from PL 94 - 142 to PL 108-446 in 2004? Education for all Handicapped CHildren Act; Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
what PL states that parents must be encouraged to participate in their child's education plan? PL 94 - 142; IDEA
This PL states the IFSP Development (2004); Child Find; transition to kindergarten and dispute settlement? PL 99 - 457
What PL was signed into law on January 8, 2002 by President Bush? No Child Left Behind (PL 107 - 110).
What did the No Child Left Behind (PL 107 - 110) do? uses federal funds on test to measure annual progress in reading and math; forced states to design tests supporting curriculum; no growth funds cut; teacher requirement built in
PL: low income children be screened regualary during infancy &preschool yrs to prevent & treat health problems; Child shots;WIC; and Medicaid Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosos and Treatment (EPSDT) PL 90 - 248
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