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A Guide to Parent Rights in Special Education from Office for Exceptional Children effective August 1, 2017
The Guide dated April 2017 below replaces the Whose IDEA Is It? booklet which has been published and revised for several years by the Ohio Dept of Education, Office for Exceptional Children. School districts can use the current Whose IDEA Is It along with required memorandum dated January 21, 2014 through July 31, 2017.  Beginning August 1, 2017 this document must be used. OEC is working to translate this document into several languages.  A Guide to Parent Rights Additional information, including the memorandum, can be found at the Ohio Dept of Education website http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Special-Education/A-Guide-to-Parent-Rights-in-Special-Education


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