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  1. Other Educational Settings

    New York State Education Department Approved Non-Public Schools provide programs for children whose educational needs cannot be met in public school programs.

  2. Special Education Glossary

    See an alphabetical listing of many of the Special Education terms that you and your child may need to understand.

  3. Special Education Supports

    Get resources to help your students with special needs learn at home.

  4. District 75 Programs

    ... special education program in select District 75 schools that serves some students with autism. Each AIMS classroom has a special education teacher, a speech teacher, and a classroom paraprofessional. Instruction is pr...

  5. Contacts and Resources

    Get a list of contacts that can help answer questions and resolve concerns about your child’s special education evaluation, supports, and services.

  6. The IEP

    Once you have a meeting, you will be given your child's Individualized Education Program (IEP). a written statement of our plan to provide your child with a Free and Appropriate Public Education in their Least Restrictiv...

  7. Finding an Independent Provider

    Finding an Independent Provider On this page... When we are unable to find a DOE employee (our first choice) or agency therapist (our second choice) to work with children in grades K-12 during or after school hours, your...

  8. District 75

    District 75 provides highly specialized instructional support for students with significant challenges, such as Autism Spectrum Disorders, significant cognitive delays, or emotional disturbances.

  9. IEP Meeting

    Get information about the IEP meeting so you and your child will be prepared.

  10. Related Services

    Related services can help students take part in school and achieve their educational goals. Recommendations for Related Services are part of the IEP.

  11. Moving to Kindergarten

    Find the right kindergarten program for your child with disabilities, and learn about the application process.

  12. Getting Support

    Get resources to help answer questions about your child's special education needs and services and get contact information for DOE staff.

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