Posted: Wed, 09/28/2011 - 8:15am Updated: Mon, 03/20/2017 - 8:16am
Publications and Resources
Colleges and Post-Secondary Services for Persons with Disabilities in Indiana; 2011-2012 Edition
This publication, revised annually, lists colleges and technical schools and their respective Student Coordinators, services, and accommodations for students with disabilities.
Contacts for Translation Interpretation Services
English Language Learning and Migrant Education Contacts for Translation Interpretation Services
- E-Learning Guidance Resources
Indiana Transition Requirements Checklist:
Indiana Transition Requirements Checklist 2015-2016
Adapted from the National Secondary Transition Technical Assistance Center (NSTTAC)
- Indiana Transition Requirements Checklist 2015-2016
- Indicator 14 Post High School Survey:
- OSEP Guidance Memo on FAPE 11-17-15
- OSEP Guidance Memo on Dyslexia 10-23-15
OSEP Memo 11-07
Response to Instruction cannot be used to delay/deny evaluation for eligibility under IDEA (February 2011)
- Statewide Assessment Resource Guide and Toolkit
Technical Assistance Document: Determining the Need for Extended School Year Services
This technical assistance document has been prepared to assist the case conference committee (CCC) in understanding extended school year (ESY) services and provide guidance in determining the need for ESY services for students with disabilities.
Spread The Word
- Autism Educational vs Medical
- Autism Information
- Autism-OSEP Memo 7-2015
- Educational Neuroscience ACES
- NWEA and or Formative Assessments FAQ 12-2016
FOI 2015 Opening Remarks
Listen as Dr. Pam Wright, Director of Special Education for the Indiana Department of Education, delivers the Opening Remarks at the 2015 Focus on Inclusion conference presented by the Indiana IEP Resource Center.
FOI 2015 Interviews - Dr. Pam Wright
Watch as Pete Downey interviews Dr. Pam Wright, Special Education Director of the Indiana Department of Education at the 2015 Focus On Inclusion conference.
- IDEAs that Work: Preparing Children and Youth with Disabilities for Success: As school systems work to implement rigorous academic standards and prepare diverse learners for success beyond graduation, we are proud to announce this additional support for teachers and families of students with disabilities and struggling learners. The IDEAs that Work website http://ccrs.osepideasthatwork.org/ is designed to connect teachers and families with resources to assist them in supporting the academic, social, emotional and behavioral needs of students as they become college and career ready.