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The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Programs web pages are a resource to parents, teachers, and administrators, and provide access to available information, documents, and guidelines for quality implementation of IDEA. The Oregon Department of Education has the responsibility for assuring that school-age students with disabilities receive a free and appropriate public education in the least restrictive environment. This happens through collaboration with families, districts, agencies, and programs to ensure effective and equitable services.
Provides support to districts and programs to increase their capacity to implement IDEA in a manner that improves equity, inclusion, and results. Includes
effective instruction, and other related topics
Ensures that the Oregon Department of Education establishes, maintains, and implements
procedures and practices that ensure effective special education services are provided across the state.
Increases district and program capacity and resources for provisions of
school health services,
Medicaid, and special education
Ensures that the Oregon Department of Education completes all necessary Federal Requirements related to IDEA. Also includes work on the
State Systemic Improvement Plan,
Multi-Tiered Systems of Support, and
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