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Oregon Special Education Programs

Information about IDEA, FAPEs and IEPs in Oregon from the Office of Student Learning and Partnerships.

Oregon Parental Rights Notice - Special Education

Booklets for parents of children with disabilities from birth to kindergarten and kindergarten through age 21, with information about their education rights (called "procedural safeguards").

Education Rights of the Disabled

Information about the federal and state laws that entitled children with disabilities to have appropriate education, including special education. Includes IDEA and IEP information.

Service Animals in Oregon

Disability Rights Oregon's Service Animals page contains multiple resources with useful information about service animal laws in Oregon in housing, employment and public places. Resources include a video, multiple FAQs and a guide (attached PDF.)

Oregon Department of Education Office of Student Services

The Special Education Data, Fiscal, Legal, & Information Units of The Office of Student Services are responsible for ensuring that students with disabilities receive an appropriate education.

Special Education: A Guide for Parents and Advocates

Information about special education for children in Oregon.

Your Child May be Eligible for Education Recovery Services

Did your child struggle to learn during Comprehensive Distance Learning (CDL) or remote learning last school year? Does your child receive special education services? Do they have an IEP ? If so, they may be entitled to recovery services from your school district.

Accessibility to Oregon Courts

Information about requesting accommodation for disabilities in order to use the state court system's services or facilities.

Special Education: A Guide for Parents and Advocates

Information about special education for children in Oregon.

Disability Law Handbook

This handbook is a broad overview of rights and obligations under federal disability laws. This handbook is intended to inform rather than to advise. You should consult an attorney for advice about your particular situation. By Southwest ADA Center.

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