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Feds Publish IDEA 2004 Regulations
August 3, 2006



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On August 3, 2006, the U. S. Department of Education published the federal IDEA 2004 regulations.

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: http://www.wrightslaw.com/nltr/06/al.0803.idea.regs.htm

The regulations consist of two preambles that discuss the public comments and action taken, if any (1244 pages), the IDEA 2004 regulations (374 pages), and five Appendices (90 pages) for a total of 1,705 pages.

We are reading and reformatting the IDEA 2004 regulations now. As we finish, we will add each subpart (there are 8 subparts) to the IDEA 2004 Law & Regulations page at http://www.wrightslaw.com/idea/law.htm

When we finish the job of reformatting this text, the IDEA 2004 regulations will be less intimidating, less expensive to print, and easier for you to to read and study.

We suggest that you check the IDEA 2004 Law & Regulations page over the next few days to download the IDEA 2004 regulations.

Here is a link to the Table of Regulations (5 pages) - this will help you follow our progress: http://www.wrightslaw.com/idea/law/table.idea.regs.pdf

The regulations will be officially published in the Federal Register on August 14, 2006.

You can download the 1,700+ pages of preambles, regulations, and appendices as a 3.1 mg file from the Department of Education site at http://www.ed.gov/policy/speced/guid/idea/idea2004.html


Learn about IDEA 2004 Regs at Special Ed Law & Advocacy Program in Philadelphia (08/15/06)

We will discuss the IDEA 2004 regulations at the Special Education Law and Advocacy program in Philadelphia on August 15.

Although the deadline for mailed registrations passed a few days ago, you may still register for this program online.

This program is sponsored by the North Penn Special Education Council.

Learn more about the Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy program in Philadelphia on August 15.

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Wrightslaw: IDEA 2004

If you are involved in special education - as a parent,
teacher, advocate or attorney - you need to know about the changes in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 2004 and how these changes will affect you, your child, or your work.

IDEA 2004 at Wrightslaw is a rich source of information that will help you find answers to your questions about the law. IDEA 2004 at Wrightslaw is organized as follows:


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