Programs, Services and Fiscal
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Approved Private Special Education Programs
Special education programs in private facilities with Connecticut State Board of Education approval as private special education programs, including private day and residential schools, hospitals, rehabilitation centers and treatment centers.
Assistive Technology Resource Guide
The purpose of this guide is to inform educators, instructional staff, parents, and students about available resources that may be utilized to ensure that educational outcomes are realized for all students. Assistive technology is a support that is considered for many students.
Early Childhood Special Education
In Connecticut, special education and related services are available to eligible children by age 3 and are provided by local and regional school districts.
Least Restrictive Environment
LRE tools and information. Also includes PJ Settlement Agreement archives.
National Instructional Materials Accessibility Standard (NIMAS) and National Instructional Materials Access Center (NIMAC)
Information and resources on obtaining acccessible instructional materials.
Includes publications, resources and professional organizations for School Psychology.
Secondary Transition - Planning from School to Adult Life
This page contains information and resources to assist in Secondary Transition Planning, including age appropriate assessments, Post-School Outcome Goals Statements and Annual IEP Transition Goals/Objectives, Summary of Performance (SOP/ED635), Transition Resources and Services in CT, including other State Agencies and CT Transition Programs & Transition-Vocational Service Providers, as well as resources and tools related to IDEA Indicators 1: Graduation, 2: Dropout, 13: Secondary Transition, and 14: Post-School Outcomes.
Special Education Fiscal, RFPs and Grants
Includes resources for the IDEA Part B grant and other grants, SPDG, and other cost-related information.
Surrogate Parent Program
The Surrogate Parent Program is a federally mandated program that provides educational advocacy services for children and youth under the jurisdiction of the Department of Children and Families (DCF) (foster children) or an unaccompanied minor or homeless youth, who need or may need special education.