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  1. Index to assessment devices, testing instruments, and parent materials by National Information Center for Special Education Materials, 1978
  2. Index to media and materials for the deaf, hard of hearing, speech impaired by National Information Center for Special Education Materials, 1978
  3. Index to Illinois special education rules and regulations by David Cooprider, 1991
  4. Index to media and materials for the visually handicapped, orthopedically impaired, other health impaired by National Information Center for Special Education Materials, 1978
  5. The Special Education Teacher's Book of Lists by Roger Pierangelo, 1997-09
  6. Eugenical news / a review of eugenics and related problems of human heredity, population and the family, with special reference to education and social action / vol xxxi 1946 [index only]. by Paul, et alia, editorial committee Popenoe, 1944
  7. Educational Products for the Exceptional Child: A Catalog of Products Funded by the Bureau of Education for the Handicapped
  8. Newbery & Caldecott Awards: A Subject Index (Literature and Reading Motivation) by Denise Goetting, Susan Richard, et all 2003-01-01
  9. Communicating With Parents of Exceptional Children: Improving Parent-Teacher Relationships (Special education paperback series) by Roger L. Kroth, 1975-12
  10. Cultural Groups and Human Relations: Conference on Educational Problems of Special Cultural Groups (Essay Index Reprint Series) by Conference on Educational Problems of Special Cultural Groups columbia, Gordon Willard Allport, 1951-06
  11. A World of Books: An Annotated Reading List for Esl Efl Students by Dorothy S. Brown, 1988-06
  12. Eugenical News / a Review of Eugenics and Related Problems of Human Heredity, Population and the Family, With Special Reference to Education and Social Action / Vol XXIX 1944 [Index Only]. by Paul, Et Alia, Editorial Committee Popenoe, 1944-01-01
  13. Physical Education Index. Dance Health Physical Therapy Recreation Sports Sportsmedicine. Special Volume 1970-1977 by Dr. Ronald F. Kirby, 1977
  14. Creative Fingerplays & Action Rhymes: An Index and Guide to Their Use by Jeff Defty, 1992-05-19

21. Blindness Resource Center: A Service Of The New York Institute For Special Educa
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22. NCIP Home
index of site (textonly), NCIP Library A collection of resourcesabout technology and special education. Video Profiles Videos

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NCIP Library

A collection of resources about technology and special education
Video Profiles

Videos of students using assistive and instructional technologies
NCIP Guided Tours: Early Childhood

Hop on board the NCIP tour bus and explore two exemplary early childhood classrooms
Spotlight on Voice Recognition

Explore the ins and outs of using voice recognition technology to address writing difficulties
Online Workshops and Events
Archives of NCIP's online workshops and events held during 1996-1998. Links Links to other special education and technology resources. What's New News items about the NCIP site The National Center to Improve Practice (NCIP), located at Education Development Center, Inc., was funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs from 1992-1998 to promote the effective use of technology to enhance educational outcomes for students with sensory, cognitive, physical and social/emotional disabilities. More About NCIP Accessibility of this site : NCIP is committed to providing accessible formats and options to assure that people with disabilities are able to utilize this Web site to the fullest extent possible.

23. California Special Education Observer
1997 index Issues 9 12, The California special education Observer providesnews and information from the parent perspective. Distribution
1999, 2000 Index - Issues 17 - 21 Issue 21 - August, 2000 LA Times Series Uncovers Plan to "Disappear" the Disabled Issue 20 - Fall, 1999
Issue 19 - Summer, 1999

24. Autism, PDD, Hyperlexia, Asperger's: Treatment, Therapy, Special Education
traditional special education programs; Pinker, Stephen Excerpt from The Blank Slate;White, Mary Jane ABA Legal Briefs. This page is
Autism, PDD, Hyperlexia, Asperger's: treatment, therapy, special education
Contents of ABA resources for recovery from the autistic disorders: autism, PDD, hyperlexia, and Asperger's Syndrome . Information on treatment and therapy (including applied behavior analysis, behavioral intervention, behavior modification, discrete trial training, or "Lovaas therapy"), special education, early intervention, and child disability resources. Service Providers Private Schools Attorneys and Advocates Commissions from your purchases support the Federation for Children with Special Needs - thank you! Research Principles of ABA Support What is ABA? ... Site index
Index to ABA Resources Web site
ABA Resources for Recovery from Autism/PDD/Hyperlexia is the main resource page for interventions based on applied behavior analysis. It links everything I've found to be helpful, and includes all the pages listed below. Frequently asked questions about ABA and autism What is ABA?

25. North Dakota Special Education
special education. Guidelines The special education Process for North Dakota SchoolsProcedural Safeguards Prior Written Notice Parental Consent Procedures;
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26. Special Education - Index
Home Teaching Learning - Programs - special education special education. MayWe Help You? A Guide for Parents with Students in special education.
Home Programs - Special Education SPECIAL EDUCATION RISD Special Student Services
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May We Help You? A Guide for Parents with Students in Special Education Many times the parent of students served by special education are unsure about whom they should contact when questions or concerns arise. The information provided is intended to foster effective communication between parents and school district personnel. Most questions and concerns are specific to your child and your home school. Contact with your child's teacher should always be your first step. If your child's teacher is not able to answer your questions or address your concerns, then the principal is the person in the best position to help you. Support Teams - Each special education program in the Richardson ISD is supported by a team of professionals who work directly with school personnel. These teams are also ready to work with you and your family to tailor a program designed to meet your student's needs. Community Resources - Parents of students with disabilities may find that interaction with other parents or support groups, is helpful in providing insights into the challenges faced by their children.

27. Main Page
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Message Boards The message boards are currently down for maintenance Last Updated on: 4/11/2003 Welcome to! is a multidisciplinary internet resource for parents of special needs children, as well as attorneys, special education administrators, teachers, psychologists, and others with a need for information relating to Special Education law. Professional Education Programs here for details. What is Live Help? Live Help is a chat application. You may receive on-line help via a private on-line chat with a member of the staff at the Center for Education Rights. Use of Live Help should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship. Persons accessing this service are encouraged to seek independent counsel for advice regarding their individual legal issues. How do I use Live Help?

28. Wrightslaw - Section 504 And IDEA 97 Compared By Rosenfeld
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29. The NOAH Project, Autism Spectrum Disorder Treatment And Special Education
Communities and families empowered with knowledge, resources and confidence to meaningfully help children within Autism Spectrum Disorders creating healthier relationships and developing their full potential.

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30. - Education Index
education index. Museums. Different museums for your field trip. Holiday index. SocialStudies links. Social Studies resources and links. special education.
Education Index
Museums . Different museums for your field trip. Holiday Index . Links to help teachers find just the right site for holiday ideas. Teacher Links . Links for teachers to museums, professional organizations, and places to buy supplies. Science links. Science resources and links. Language Arts links. Language Arts resources and links. Math links. Math resources and links. Social Studies links. Social Studies resources and links. Special Education . Resources in Special Education, specifically Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing. Educational Technology . Resources for the classroom. My Class . A small introduction to my class and links to other areas of interest (to me anyhow) such as roving and my class set-up. Lesson Plans . A few of my lesson plans and links to sites with other lesson plans available. Spider books . List of books that deal with spiders, fiction and nonfiction. Spider Resources . This site doesn't have a lot yet (i'm getting there) but will help in your search for information about spiders. Kids page . Resources and links for kids. Parents page . Resources and links for parents. Recommendations page. Sites that i feel really should be visited.

31. Main Cross-Site Indexing Search Page
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32. NICHCY- Index
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34. Special Education 101- Index Page
WELCOME!! Introduction to special education Services. specialeducation Acronyms Click here. • Getting Started Click here.
Introduction to Special Education Services
At first it can be intimidating to think about having your child found to be eligible for Special Education services. Establishing eligibility is a step-by-step process that requires you to follow rules and regulations carefully. It is often a long road but the payoffs are BIG for you and more importantly, for YOUR CHILD. Remember, no one knows your child as you do, so no one can advocate for your child as you will.
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35. IDEA '97 Law & Regs
A US Department of education's Office of special education and Rehabilitative Services funded project Category Society Issues Disabilities Laws Legal Assistance...... Part 304. special educationPersonnel Preparation to Improve Servicesand Results for Children with Disabilities. The Law Parts A - D.
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The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Amendments of 1997 Public Law 105-17, were signed by the President on June 4, 1997. The Final IDEA '97 Regulations were released on Friday, March 12, 1999. The law and its associated regulations are available in several different formats, including enhanced versions that take full advantage of the linking capabilities of the web.
The Final Regulations
Part 300
Assistance to States for the Education of Children With Disabilities
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Preschool Grants for Children With Disabilities
Part 303
Early Intervention Program for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities
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Special EducationPersonnel Preparation to Improve Services and Results for Children with Disabilities
The Law - Parts A - D
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Amendments of 1997
Additional Part 300 Materials Provided by OSEP
Summary of Major Issues

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Introductory Comments
General State and District-wide Assessments

Regular Education Teachers as IEP Team Members

Graduation with a Regular Diploma
Use of "Developmental Delay" by States and LEAs

36. College And Special Education Reviewed links to resources for special needs college students.

37. Index
special education Department. The Greenville Senior High School special educationProgram offers many opportunites for our students to become involved.
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Special Education Department The Greenville Senior High School Special Education Program offers many opportunites for our students to become involved. Home About Our Program Administration and Faculty What's Going On ... Link to the School District of Greenville County Web Site This page last updated: 12/3/2000

38. Education World® : Special Education : Assistive Technology
NCIP National Center to Improve Practice in special education This is the Web siteof The National Center to Improve Practice (NCIP), which promotes the use

Special Education Community
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Learning / Behavioral

... Special Education Assistive Technology A S S I S T I V E T E C H N O L O G Y Assistive technology helps to level the playing field to allow both learning and physically challenged student to succeed in the "mainstream" world, creating normalcy and preserving self-esteem. General Resources Narrowing the Gap in Academics
Find out about the latest learning technologies helping students to succeed academically. Creating Independence
Here you'll find resources on adaptive technology that opens doorways and removes barriers for individuals with disabilities. TOOLBOX RESEARCH ERIC EC RESOURCES Digests E529: Assistive Technology For Students With Mild Disabilities E568: Integrating Assistive Technology Into the Standard Curriculum Biblio-
graphies EB16: Use of Technology for Individuals with Disabilities EB17: Resources on Use of Technology for Individuals with Disabilities CLOSING THE GAP NEWSPAPER
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39. Education World® : Special Education : Gifted & Talented Education
Home special education Gifted Talented education. GIFTED TALENTED. (312). Database, special education Gifted Children. Related Links,

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... Special Education This section is devoted to exceptional children and to the many different forms of giftedness they exhibit. TOOLBOX RESEARCH ERIC EC ERIC
Reform Youth E513: Challenging Gifted Students in the Regular Classroom E538: Cluster Grouping of Gifted Students Youth E485: Developing Leadership in Gifted Youth E514: Developing Learner Outcomes for Gifted Students E502: Developing Programs for Students of High Ability E510: Differentiating Curriculum for Gifted Students Summer Experiences E482: Discovering Mathematical Talent E574: Dual Exceptionalities E484: Fostering Academic Creativity in Gifted Students E493: Fostering the Post Secondary Aspirations of Gifted Urban Minority Students E479: Gifted but Learning Disabled: A Puzzling Paradox Problem or Promise About? E481: Guiding the Gifted Reader E489: Helping Adolescents Adjust to Giftedness E488: Helping Gifted Students with Stress E477: Helping Your Highly Gifted Child E543: Homeschooling Gifted Students: An Introductory Guide for Parents E515: How Parents Can Support Gifted Children Children Who Are Gifted E541: Know Your Legal Rights in Gifted Education E464: Meeting the Needs of Able Learners through Flexible Pacing (1989) Minority Language Students

40. Index
special education Department
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... Links Special Education Department The Special Education Department of Greenville High School provides a free appropriate public education to all children with disabilities in accordance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). A student comes into the program once meeting the state of South Carolina and Greenville County criteria for a disability. The special education department at GHS serves an average of 180 students on a daily basis, 120 in self-contained classes, and 66 in regular class with support services and/or through the resource program. Nine certified teachers and five teacher aides provide services that cover a wide spectrum. This does not include the speech itinerant teacher nor the visual impaired resource teacher that come on a weekly or daily basis. All students in special education have an Individual Education Plan (IEP) which is developed yearly. Many areas are addressed including student achievement levels, strengths and weaknesses, participation in statewide testing, justification for removal from regular class, documentation for interventions to achieve the least restrictive environment, yearly goals, short term objectives, and others. Special education teachers are required to administer alternate testing for those who do not take part in state testing. The IEP is put into effect after a committee comprised of teachers, student, parent/guardian, counselor, school administrator, and any other interested party reach consensus that the document is appropriate. The IEP is a federal requirement that insures the due process rights of the individual with a disability.

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