What Every Teacher Should Know About IDEA 2004 Laws & Regulations

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A timely, jargon-free guide to the IDEA 2004 "laws and regs!" This handy booklet provides everything teachers and administrators should know about IDEA 2004 and its practical implications.It includes concise descriptions of the statutes, with a side-by-side comparison of the "old" regulations versus those just issued by the DOE in August 2006.A critical "top-drawer" reference for every educator! This clear, comprehensive, jargon-free resource outlines IDEA 2004and its regulations and highlights their practical implications for practicing and pre-service teachers and administrators. The booklet provides concise descriptions of the aspects of the IDEA law every classroom teacher should know, with a side-by-side comparison of the "old" regulations versus those just issued in August 2006.When a little friendly background would help the reader better understand the practical implications of the regulations, an additional note is provided.HIGHLIGHTS: Concise descriptions of the aspects of the IDEA law every classroom teacher should know. A side-by-side comparison of the "old" regulations versus those just issued in August 2006.Additional notations provided when it would help the reader better understand the practical implications of the regulations. An Index has been included for quick reference.ABOUT THE AUTHOR:Myrna Mandlawitz has been involved in the field of education for the past 30 years, as a classroom teacher, in project development in state government, and as an education advocate in Congress.She is recognized as a national expert in special education law and policy.Ms. Mandlawitz provides training and writes extensively on special and general education and has provided representation for education administrators, related services providers, and parents of children with disabilities.
IDEA is a federal law binding in all states. State law can mandate more protection than IDEA but not less. State law can mandate more protection than IDEA but not less. Each state uses different criteria to determine programs and guidelines for qualifying students for special education.
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PDF Usdoe C Explanation About Proposed Regulations for Idea 2004

Welcome to the U.S. Department of Education's Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) website, which brings together IDEA information and resources from the Department and our grantees.

Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

IDEA was originally enacted by Congress in 1975 to ensure that children with disabilities have the opportunity to receive a free appropriate public education, just like other children. The law has been revised many times over the years.

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