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who display challenging behavior



This section of the Behavior Home Page provides links to Kentucky and Federal law. The links are relevant to special education and more specifically, behavior.

Council for Exceptional Children: CapitolWiz

Want to support Special Education Federal Legislation but don't know how? Well, the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) has come to the rescue with this "swift" site. Just type in your zip code, and you'll have a list of elected officials and their e-mail addresses. Also, sample letters are available relating to various pending legislation. Worth a visit!

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Office of Special Education Programs:Discipline for Children With Disabilitites, Q & A

The following questions and answers address: (1) the proactive requirements of the IDEA designed to ensure that children with disabilities will be able to adhere to school rules; (2) IDEA provisions regarding removal of students from their current placement when their behavior significantly violates school discipline codes; and (3) the requirement of the IDEA for the continuation of services for children with disabilities who are disciplined.

Kentucky Administrative Regulations For Exceptional Children Programs

The Kentucky Department of Education, Division of Exceptional Children's Services, provides the Kentucky Administrative Regulations for Exceptional Children Programs.

Special Education Law and Advocacy-Wrightslaw

Parents, advocates, educators, and attorneys come to Wrightslaw for accurate, up-to-date information about advocacy for children with disabilities. You will find hundreds of articles, cases, newsletters, and resources about special education law and advocacy in the Advocacy Libraries and Law Libraries.