By: Samantha Gatewood
The ESEA authorized funding and made specific provisions of students with disabilities.
Herbert R. Kohl's book helps promote open education (student-centered learning).
Disabled children could not be excluded from public schools.
Title IX is passed and prohibits discrimination under any education program receiving federal financial assistance.
Guarantees civil rights for people with disabilities.
Educators could no longer place individuals with disabilities arbitrarily in a special school or self-contained classroom.
Amended by Public Law 99-457 to mandate Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE).
Mandated parent involvement in early childhood programs through Community Schools Partnership Act.
The phrase "handicapped children" is now changed to "children with disabilities".
Re authorization and amendments were signed into law by President Bill Clinton.
Mandated requirements and added specificity to elements.
The ESEA was rewritten by NCLB.
Reauthorized including modifications in the IEP process; increased authority for school personnel in special education placement decisions of IDEA with NCLB.
Reauthorization of No Child Left Behind Act.