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Special Education


The mission of Special Education is to improve educational outcomes for children and youth with disabilities by providing and promoting leadership, technical assistance and collaboration statewide.

Special Education provides oversight and implementation of federal and state laws that ensure a free appropriate public education for all children and youth with disabilities in New Hampshire. more…

State Transition Team Summit

Thursday, November 13, 2014, the PEPNET2.0 New Hampshire State Transition Team presented their first event in the Summit Series of Activities entitled "What's Next? Life After High School." This event was a student panel and information fair for Deaf and Hard of Hearing students and their families; held at the University of New Hampshire Manchester campus and was attended by over 50 participants. Parents, students and service providers had the opportunity to speak with admissions counselors, explore exhibits from eight agencies and participate in a student question and answer panel. This project is funded by the Department of Education, Bureau of Special Education under the New Hampshire Deaf Education Initiative with communication access services supported by the New Hampshire Vocational Rehabilitation Program. The PEPNET2.0 State Transition Team aims to prepare students for successful postsecondary transitions by providing resources and information related to academic, career and independent living settings. This was the first in a series of transition activities sponsored by the PEPNET2.0 State Team, so stay tuned for more to come.

Special Education News / What's New

New Hampshire Rules
for the Education of Children with Disabilities
Administrative Rules, Acrobat Reader

NH Responds
New Hampshire Accessible Instructional Materials (NHAIM) Online System
Approved Private Special Education Programs New Hampshire Accessible Instructional Materials
(NHAIM)
CAT AID Reimbursement to Districts (Yearly) NH Deaf & Hard of Hearing Education Initiative
Educational Service Guidelines
Complaint Information New Hampshire Special Education Information System (NHSEIS)
Court Ordered Placement (Chapter 402) Next Steps NH: College, Career and Life Readiness
District Data Profiles Parent Involvement Special Education Survey
District Determinations Preschool
Educational Surrogate Parent Procedural Safeguards
Facilitation of Special Education Team Meeting Program Approval
Focused Monitoring Rate Setting
Forms and Resources Requests for Proposals
Frequently Asked Questions Safe Schools and Healthy Students State Planning Grant
Houses of Corrections Contacts
(For school districts contacting a NH House of Corrections regarding an incarcerated special education student)
Secondary Transition
IDEA Federal Funds Special Education Compliance Monitoring
Individual Program Approval (IPA) Special Education Directors by SAU Special Education Directors by SAU, Acrobat Reader
Laws/Rules/Policies State Advisory Committee on the Education of Students/Children with Disabilities (SAC)
Links State Performance Plan (SPP) and Annual Performance Report (APR)
Memorandums, Numbered Statewide Census by Disability
National Instructional Materials Accessibility Standard (NIMAS) Training
NH Connections School and Family Partnership Plan Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

 
Bureau of Special Education Staff

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