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…
On Monday May13, 2013, the Bureau of Special Education and the New Hampshire Accessible Instructional Materials (NHAIM) in collaboration with the American Printing House for the Blind (APH) provided a free Blind Training Opportunity. Maria Delgardo of APH assisted by Diana Petschauer and Stephen Yeradi from NHAIM demonstrated to parents, vision teachers, special educators and regular education staff the Refreshable Braille 18 features and specific applications to use in education and introduced the Refreshable Braille Plus 18 and its new features. Participants learned about the similarities and differences between the devices and were encouraged to use the NHAIM products available to New Hampshire students on the APH Count to experience this hands-on collaborative training. Refreshable Braille Plus 18, is a new APH mobile device that allows students and adults who are Braille users to read books, write class assignments, scan documents, search the web, keep track of appointments, find directions, record lectures, listen to podcasts, and run Android apps.
|Special Education News|
|Administrative Rules||NH Responds|
|CAT AID Reimbursement to Districts (Yearly)||New Hampshire Special Education Information System (NHSEIS)|
|Complaint Information||Next Steps NH: College, Career and Life Readiness|
|Court Ordered Placement (Chapter 402)|
|District Data Profiles||Parent Involvement Special Education Survey|
|Educational Surrogate Parent||Procedural Safeguards|
|Facilitation of Special Education Team Meetings||Program Approval / Focused Monitoring|
|Forms/Guidance Documents Handbooks/Resources/Reports||Rate Setting|
|Frequently Asked Questions||Requests for Proposals|
|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 Directors by SAU|
|Individual Program Approval (IPA)||State Advisory Committee on the Education of Students/Children with Disabilities (SAC)|
|Laws/Rules/Policies||State Performance Plan (SPP)
Annual Performance Report (APR)
|Links||Statewide Census by Disability|
|Memorandums, Numbered||Technical Assistance Consultants|
|National Instructional Materials Accessibility Standard (NIMAS)||Training|
|New Hampshire Accessible Instructional Materials
|Bureau of Special Education Staff|
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