UNITED STATES OFFICE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM --This web site provides public access to the most recent data about children with disabilities served under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
CIVIL RIGHTS ACTION KIT: SPECIAL EDUCATION KIT--Site provides basic information for understanding, detecting, and fighting discriminatory attitudes and actions in your school's special education policies and practices.
RACIAL DISPARITIES IN SPECIAL EDUCATION--Site provides six charts depicting racial inequity in special education
MINORITY STUDENTS IN SPECIAL AND GIFTED EDUCATION--Published by the National Research Council of the the National Academy of Sciences, this "read" online text examines the disparities that exist in special education and gifted and talented programs.
RACIAL INEQUALITY IN SPECIAL EDUCATION--This study explores the inequities experienced by minority children in special education.
IDEA PRACTICES--Representing a collaboration between service providers and administrators, this web site's major purpose is to inform professionals, families and the public about IDEA '97 and strategies to improve educational results for children and youth with disabilities.
THE INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PLAN (IEP)
Guide to the Individualized Education Program--This web site provides guidance to educators, parents, and state and local educational agencies in implementing the requirements of Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) as it relates to Individualized Education Programs. (The guide is downloadable).
SPECIAL EDUCATION RESOURCES ON THE INTERNET (SERI)--Site represents one of the most comprehensive internet resources on the web.
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