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Special Education and Michigan Special Ed Rules (ALL RESOURCES PRE-IDEA 2004 ARE FOR INFORMATIONAL/HISTORICAL RESEARCH PURPOSES ONLY)

NEW!!! Children’s Mental Health Disorder Fact Sheet for the Classroom - This document gives information regarding symptoms/behaviors, educational implications and instructional strategies/accommodations broken down by disorder. A very useful document.  

 

MI MDE Releases Revised Due Process & Complaints Documents: The Michigan Department of Education Office of Special Education and Early Intervention Services has released revised and new guidance documents regarding the state and due process complaints and procedures. There are four documents, now available for download on the Administrative Forms and Procedures page of the OSE-EIS website: Model Special Education State Complaint Form (revised), Special Education State Complaint Procedures (revised), Model Special Education Due Process Complaint Form (revised), and Special Education Due Process Complaint Procedures. (12/10)

 

MI Michigan Administrative Rules for Special Education Supplemented With IDEA Federal Regulations (4/09)

 

MI IEP Development Process: In an effort to build an integrated system to implement requirements and practices that are compliant AND focused on results for students, the OSE-EIS has developed awareness documents and training materials for the IEP Development Process. (5/10)

 

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CADRE LogoSpecial Education and Dispute Resolution: CADRE, the National Center on Dispute Resolution and Special Education, offers a web site that has a wealth of information on issues related to resolving disagreements between family members and educators/service providers related to special education.  Click the logo on the left to visit their website.

 

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