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Tennessee Department of Education, 2007
IDEA stands for The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, which is the law that requires special services for children with disabilities from birth through the age of twenty-one years. This law has established the regulations on which the procedural safeguards in this booklet are based. The ten safeguards discussed include the right to:…
Descriptors: Civil Rights, Disabilities, Toddlers, Parent Rights
Tennessee Department of Education, 2007
This document presents an overview of the Revised SPP, submitted February 1, 2007, as it relates to the 2005-2006 Annual Performance Report Development, also submitted February 1, 2007. The original Part C, IDEA State Performance Plan (SPP) for Tennessee was developed in conjunction with and approved by the State's Interagency Coordinating…
Descriptors: Civil Rights, Hearings, Disabilities, Special Education
McDonough, Benton, Ed. – Tennessee Department of Education, 2004
This issue of "Special Edition" contains the following articles: (1) Message from the Assistant Commissioner (Joseph Fisher); (2) Inclusion: Success in the Classroom (Benton McDonough); (3) Mid-Tennessee (Allison Davey); (4) West Tennessee (Larry Greer); (5) East Tennessee (Robert Winstead); (6) Excellence in Teaching (Paul Ayers and…
Descriptors: Special Education, Inclusive Schools, Disabilities, Mainstreaming
Addison, Susan, Ed. – Tennessee Department of Education, 2004
This initial issue of "Early Edition" launches the first edition of Tennessee's newsletter dedicated to the implementation of programs and services for young children with disabilities under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). The period of early childhood is the foundation for all future learning and achievement for…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Family Programs, Academic Achievement, Disabilities