Ages 5 to 11

Your State Education Agency                                                                                                                                               Update 09.05.13
Your Regional Education Service Center
The Special Education Process:
Community Services:
Accommodations vs. Modifications
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Assessment Resources
Assistive Technology
Blindness or Vision Impairments
Charter Schools
Daycare Options
Deaf or Hard of Hearing
Deaf Blindness
Diagnosis vs. Disability Label – Defining Eligibility
Dispute Resolution Process - Overview
Dyslexia (ESC 10)
Evaluation - Overview
Extended School Year Services

Functional Behavior Assessments
The Future Is Coming – An Overview
TEA Guide To The ARD Process

Health Services – Coordinated School Health Model
Highly Qualified Teachers
Home School information

Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) – Overview
It’s A New Idea – The Arc of Texas & Disability Rights Texas

Least Restrictive Environment  (LRE)
Medicaid Services – Parental Consent

Mental/Behavioral Health Issues in Education
Moving – Within Texas; To Texas

No Child Left Behind

Parent Survey – ESC 9 Parent Coordination Network Leadership
People FIRST Language
Positive Behavior Supports
Private Schools
Procedural Safeguards
Related Service Guidance Document
Research Based Instruction
Response To Intervention
Restraint, Seclusion & Timeout
Revocation of Consent

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act

Sensory Integration
Social And Relationship Skills
Specific Learning Disabilities
Statewide Assessments
Supplementary Aids & Services
Supplemental Educational Services (Tutoring)
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

Therapy Services in Schools

Training Resources
Traumatic Brain Injury
Universal Design for Learning


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