ERIC Number: ED493086
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2004
Reference Count: 0
Divorce and Special Education. PHP-c103
Every year the parents of a million American children are newly divorced. While divorce is difficult for all parties involved, children are often the most affected. If the children have disabilities and are involved with the special education system, the situation can be even more complex. The information in this document may help parents think about how a divorce and its settlement can interact with the special education system.
Descriptors: Disabilities, Laws, Divorce, Child Custody, Special Education, Legal Responsibility, Parent Rights, Parent Responsibility, Special Needs Students
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Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
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