This guide (found on the Parents’ Rights page of the State Board of Education website) is for parents, teachers, administrators, and others to help them learn about the educational rights of children who have disabilities and receive special education and related services.
Chapter 3 – Referral and Evaluation (PDF) Page 18 of this document clarifies that in Illinois, the law states that school districts have up to 60 school days (as opposed to calendar days) to complete an evaluation for special education.
This resource includes information on the Illinois early intervention program, why EI services are important, how to find out whether your child is eligible for the EI program, starting and leaving EI services, your legal rights, and questions frequently asked by families.
This workbook was developed by parents, early intervention, and early childhood personnel to provide information as you approach your child’s transition from Early Intervention services to early childhood services
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