On the 48th anniversary of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, OSEP reflects on the past year.
OSEP released two documents specific to early childhood activities associated with IDEA Part C – the part of the law that addresses early intervention services for infants and toddlers, birth through age 2, with disabilities and their families.
OSERS celebrated the 9th annual National Apprenticeship Week and highlighted registered apprenticeship resources.
OSEP compiled a list of resources to help support military-connected children with disabilities.
OSEP released the 2021 and 2022 State Part B Data Displays and the Part C and Part B 619 Data Displays in September.
OSEP released a new OSEP Fast Facts, which highlights children identified with intellectual disability.
OSEP announced $35 million in funding for 138 awards, including one national technical assistance center, which will support preparation, ongoing professional learning and leadership development for educators.
OSEP Director Williams and RSA Deputy Commissioner Dobak released a new blog series as part of a continued effort to emphasize the need for more cohesive secondary transition planning for students with disabilities.
OSEP Director Valerie C. Williams provided five actions people can take to reduce exclusionary discipline in her final Discipline Discussions blog. Additionally, she introduced more than 200 resources related to reducing exclusionary discipline.
OSEP released updated general supervision guidance.
The Office of Special Education Programs released two OSEP Fast Facts sharing data collected on children with disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
OSEP Director Williams discusses preparing future educators to proactively and positively address behavior in her June Discipline Discussions blog. The OSEP-funded CEEDAR Center provides resources.