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Special Education: State and Local-Imposed Requirements Complicate Federal Efforts to Reduce Admnistrative Burden
Jaqueline M. Nowicki (au)
When the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) was reauthorized in 2004, it included provisions to reduce administrative and paperwork requirements to address concerns about burden. Congress provided about $11.5 billion in grants in FY 2015 under IDEA Part B to help states and local districts defray the costs of special education services for nearly 6.6 million students ages 3 to 21. This report examines (1) what the Department of Education (Education) and states have done to implement selected IDEA provisions intended to reduce burden; (2) stakeholder views about IDEAńˇ╗s administrative and paperwork requirements; and (3) steps that Education and others have taken to minimize IDEA-related burden. Tables. This is a print on demand report.
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