Minnesota Department of Education: Proposed Expedited Rules on Special Education Infant and Toddler Intervention Services: NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT EXPEDITED RULES WITHOUT A PUBLIC HEARING

November 2013
Minnesota State Register;11/12/2013, Vol. 38 Issue 20, p608
The article focuses on a notice issued by the Minnesota Department of Education in November 2013 regarding adoption of expedited rules on special education infant and toddler intervention services. It states that the expedited rules will provide high quality and necessary services to infant and toddlers with disabilities and their families under the federal Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP). It mentions that the notice also solicits public opinion on the adoption of expedited rules.


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