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Part A- General Provisions Findings and purposes Definitions of terms used throughout Requirements for employment of individuals with disabilities Requirements for IFSP's and procedural safeguard mechanisms
Part B- Assistance for Education of All Children With Disabilities Matters related to fiscal policy and money management amount federal, state, and local jurisdictions, including federal funding arrangements. Procedural Safeguards
Part C- Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities A definition of the eligible population A listing of the authorized services Requirements for statewide system in each state Requirements for IFSP
Part D- National Activities to Improve Education of Children with Disabilities Coordinated research and innovation Professional preparation Studies, evaluations, and ongoing national assessments Parent training and information centers
Specific education specially designed instruction at no cost to the parent to meet the unique needs of a child with a disability
6 Elements of IDEA IEP FAPE LRE Appropriate Evaluation Parent/Student Engagement
Behavioral Sequence Positive behavioral intervention strategies and support Development of the behavioral intervention plan Implementation of the BIP
IDEA Access to the general education curriculum
Created by: mmartin30


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