Overview of Special Education in California - California Home Page

Overview of Special Education in California - California Home Page

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Overview of Special Education in California MAC T Aylor • legi slATive An Alys T • JA nUAry 3, 2013

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Overview of Special Education in California MAC T Ayl or • legi sl AT i ve An A lys T • JA nUA ry 3 , 2013 2 Legislative Analyst’s Office www.lao.ca.gov AN LAO REP OR T CO nt Ent S Executive Summary ........................................................................\ ..........................5 In troduction ........................................................................\ .................. ....................7 What Is Special Education? ........................................................................\ .............. 7 W ho Receives Special Education Services? ............................................................ 8 W hat Special Education Services Do Students Receive? ..................................... 11 Where Are Special Education Services Provided? ................................................ 11 How Is Special Education Organized in California? ............................................. 12 How Is Special Education Funded in California? .................................................. 14 W hat Are the State Special Schools? ..................................................................... 18 H ow Are Special Education Laws Monitored and Enforced? ............................... 19 How Do California’s Students With Disabilities Perform Academically? ........... 20 Conclusion ........................................................................\ ................... ....................24 Glossary of Common terms Relat ed to Special Education .................................. 25 www.lao.ca.gov Legislative Analyst’s Office 3 AN LAO REP OR T 4 Legislative Analyst’s Office www.lao.ca.gov AN LAO REP OR T Ex EC ut Iv E Su M MAR y Special education is the “catch-all” term that encompasses the specialized services that schools provide for disabled students. This report provides a comprehensive review of special education— conveying information on applicable laws, affected students, services, funding, and student outcomes. Public Schools Must Provide Special Support for Disabled Students. Federal law requires schools to provide “specially defined instruction, and related services, at no cost to parents, to meet the unique needs of a child with a disability.” The law requires schools to provide disabled students with these special supports from age 3 until age 22, or until they graduate from high school, whichever happens first. These services are in addition to what a nondisabled student receives. About One in Ten California Students Receives Special Education Services. About 686,000 students with disabilities (SWDs) receive special education services in California, comprising about 10 percent of the state’s public school enrollment. Specific learning disabilities—including dyslexia— are the most common diagnoses requiring special education services (affecting about 4 percent of all K-12 students), followed by speech and language impairments. While the overall prevalence of students with autism and chronic health problems still is relatively

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