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National Assessment of IDEA | Comments, Please!

The Institute of Education Sciences at the U.S. Department of Education (ED) has announced its proposal to collect information to determine how states, districts, and schools are identifying and supporting children and youth with disabilities. The study is one component of a Congressionally-mandated National Assessment of IDEA.

Purpose? To develop an up-to-date national picture of how states, districts, and schools are implementing IDEA in order to provide ED, Congress, and other stakeholders with knowledge that can inform the next reauthorization of IDEA and, ultimately, how services are provided to children.

The comment period ends June 14, 2019. Read more about the Department's proposed plan, download a PDF of the plan, and find out where to submit your comments.

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This Buzz shares tools that families can use in supporting their children's well-being at home, at school, and in the community. You'll also be pleased to know there's a new learning module available on writing high-quality IEPs that meet the much higher standard set by the Supreme Court in the 2017 Endrew F. decision. Great for staff training!

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