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To Improve IDEA, Parents Draw from Experience.

IEP, LRE, FAPE. These acronyms are part of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), landmark federal legislation that ensures children with disabilities in the US have equal opportunity to receive a free and appropriate public education. IDEA gives parents a central role in advocating for their child’s access to the services and supports they need from preschool through graduation. While parents are at the heart of the process, in the last reauthorization of IDEA, less than 4 percent of the comments collected from the public came from individual parents.

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RehabWire Volumen 4, Número 10, Diciembre 2002

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RehabWire Volume 4, Number 10, December 2002

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Each year, NARIC's collection grows to include the latest reference volumes. These may come from NIDRR grantees, from well-established publishers, and from small-press establisments. Contact NARIC for more information on any of these selections.

RehabWire: Volume 4, Number 6, September 2002.

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RehabWire heads back to school for its September edition. The projects and organizations highlighted help students with disabilities achieve academic and personal success throughout their careers as students and beyond.

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