How State Rules & Regulations Impact IDEA

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ISSN: 1538-320
November 12, 2019


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image of man readingIt is essential to read and know your state special education regulations.

Frequently parents and educators believe that only the federal Department of Education can set the rules for kids with disabilities.

This is not the case.

State law cannot be less than federal law - but some state law or rules may actually provide more protections.

Do you know how your state regulations differ from IDEA?

In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate you will find out that, after you understand the federal law and regulations, you must read your state special education law to learn how it differs from federal regulations.

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How State Rules and Regulations Impact IDEA

The state of Texas reports 30 state-imposed rules that are not required by IDEA or federal regulations.

What about your state?

You must know if your state has rules and regulations that impact the implementation of IDEA and the provision of special education services.


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How Well Do You Know Your State Regulations?

Are you curious (or concerned) about the impact your state rules can have on your child’s special education program? You should be.

We want to hear from you! Submit your comments. Let us know if and how your state rules differ from IDEA.


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Get Your Copy of the Federal IDEA Regulations

State statutes and regulations must be consistent with IDEA and the federal regulations.

State regs may not take away rights provided by federal law.

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Bottom Line Check Your State Regulations!

Read and know your state special education regulations!

Do you have a copy from your state?

Use the Yellow Pages for Kids alphabetical listing for nationwide State Departments of Education and regs.

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