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IDEA 2004, requires states to submit reports regarding various aspects of special education in Oregon. Reports are due on February 1 or November 1, and are divided into Part B (ages 3-21) and Part C (ages birth-2). These reports summarize the state-level data reported to the U.S. Department of Education.
Part B reports include a report on the number of children served in special education, their education placements, personnel employed to serve students with disabilities, students exiting special education, discipline of students with disabilities, participation and performance on statewide assessments, and dispute resolution. Part C reports include a report on the number of children served in early intervention programs, their placements, children exiting early intervention, and dispute resolution.
You can view other states IDEA Federal reports at
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