OSEP, on behalf of the Secretary of Education, issued 2023 determinations for states and territories on their implementation of the IDEA.
OSEP Director Williams addressed preschool suspension, expulsion and informal removals in her May Discipline Discussions blog.
ED and HHS announced updated resources and proposed regulations for schools to deliver health care, including mental health services, to eligible students.
The Department of Education submitted the 44th Annual Report to Congress on the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act.
OSEP Director Williams released the April blog in the Discipline Discussion Series. This month’s blog addresses behavior as a form of communication and the power of asking “why.”
OSERS announced $224 million in discretionary grant opportunities in the largest competition in the history of OSERS Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA). The funding will focus on transition services for children and youth with disabilities.
OSEP notified IDEA Part B Directors and Section 619 Coordinators regarding the IDEA child find requirements.
The Office of Special Education Programs released a new OSEP Fast Facts, which looks at Students Identified with a Traumatic Brain Injury.
OSEP Director Williams addresses discipline inequities in her March Discipline Discussions blog. Two OSEP-funded centers, the IDEA Data Center (IDC) and the National Center for Systemic Improvement (NCSI) provide resources.
OSEP Director releases third blog in a blog series on discipline and behavior. This blog addresses informal removals and why they matter.
OSEP Director Valerie C. Williams released the second blog in the “OSEP Discipline Discussion Series,” and two OSEP technical assistance centers share resources on preventative models
The White House Office of Management and Budget and the U.S. Department of Education emphasize the importance of early intervention services access for infants and toddlers with disabilities.