(v) preventing children with disabilities, especially children with emotional disturbances and specific learning disabilities, from dropping out of school;
(vi) addressing the reading and literacy needs of children with disabilities;
(vii) reducing the inappropriate overidentification of children, especially minority and limited English proficient children, as having a disability;
(viii) improving the participation of parents of children with disabilities in the education of their children; and
(ix) resolving disagreements between education personnel and parents through alternate dispute resolution activities, including mediation.
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