Functional Behavioral Assessment (Behavior
Mental Health & Social and
Functional Behavioral Assessment (Behavior
Mental Health & Social and
Adolescence Directory Online. Everything you always wanted to know
about the teenage years. Nicely done.
Center for Adolescent Studies - at Indiana Univ. Assessment/Evaluation
Booklets - booklets on
a variety of disabilities from the Internet Mental Health Encyclopedia.
Assessment and Evaluation - focuses on educational testing and research.
Counseling and Student Services Digests and Capsules- an excellent site. CASS ERIC Digests may be accessed here or at Brochures, Pamphlets, and other Documents
A list of ERIC Components - very complete.
ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilities and Gifted Education - Brought to you by the Council on Exceptional Children.
ERIC Digests - Search ERIC Digests by keyword, title, etc.
Assessment (Behavior Intervention)
Functional Behavioral Assessment
Behavior Analysis Home Page - Univ. of So.Fla.
Behavior Homepage - Kentucky web site on student behavior
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports - research-validated school-wide disciplinary practices and systems that foster positive learning and teaching environments. APA Monitor
Current Issues in Education - an online scholarly journal from the Arizonal State University College of Education.
Education Policy Analysis Archives
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis
Electronic Journal of Behavior Analysis and Therapy
Psychological Journals - Links to psychological journals.
Self-Help Psychology Magazine ADA National Access for Public Schools Project - Americans with Disabilities Act and schools.
Curry School of Education (UVA) - Page of IDEA links.
Disciplinary Exclusion of Special EdStudents - an Eric Digest. This is out of date and scheduled for replacement.
EdLaw - This is an education law site that contains information about IDEA and section 504, ferpa, etc.
Draft IDEA 97 regulations and the Final IDEA 97 regulations
Federal Register - Documents published in the Federal Register by the U.S. Department of Education.
The Federal Resource Center for Special Education - The final regulations for IDEA '97, released on March 12, 1999, are here.
A Guide to the IEP - The Office of Special Education and Rebhabilitation Services has a new (July 2000)excellent IEP guide that explains the IEP process in plain English.
FERPA overview - an easy to follow summary of the Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (Buckley Amendment)
FERPA text - the full text of the Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (Buckley Amendment)
The Web-Enhanced Format of the Final Regulations - hypertext links make searching IDEA 97 final regs reasonably user friendly.
The IDEA Amendments of 1997 - Federal Resource Center site. Chock full of information.
The IDEA Amendments of 1997 - NICHCY site. Provides overview of changes.
LRP Publications - IDEA 97 final regulations.
Missouri Division of Special Education - frequently asked questions regarding IDEA 97/
OSEP Policy Letters - This is a very nice searchable database of Office of Special Education Programs' policy letters issued since June 4, 1997. These letters can be helpful for clarifying the meaning of special education law.
PL 105-17 - The IDEA Amendments of 1997 (Congressional source).
PL 105-17 - The IDEA Amendments of 1997 (Dept. of Educ. source). This is the IDEA homepage.
Draft or proposed regulations can be found here, as can OSERS memos. The final IDEA '97 regulations can also be found here.
PL 94-142 - This is a zipped file. I haven't downloaded it, so I Don't know what the format is. If you do, let me know. You can get a bit more information at this link.
Section 504 and IDEA - a comparison written by the president of EdLawInc.
Section 504 Resource - excellent information on various 504 issues, including eligibility, legal decisions, and the team process.
The Special Ed Advocate - Pete and Pam Wright's legal issues web site. [Law and Education (IDEA)]
Subpoenas and Compelled Testimony - APA Committee on Legal Issues.
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Behavior Online - includes conversations with important contributors to the field of psychology and a forum area for discussion.
Columbia University Dept. of Psychiatry - general mental health references.
Dr. Bob's Mental Health Links
Florida Mental Health Institute
Grohol Mental Health Page
Internet Mental Health - a free encyclopedia of mental health information. Has a good section on medication.
Internet Mental Health Resources
Knowledge Exchange Network (KEN) - information and resources on prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation services for mental illness. KEN offers an online database lookup of Mental Health resources around the country and in your community. KEN offers an extensive catalog of free publications.
Mental Health InfoSource - provides mental health information re: mental illness, and the advances being made in its treatment and prevention. One of my favorite mental health sites. Home of the excellent Psychiatric Times.
Mental Health Net
National Alliance for the Mentally Ill - NAMI: an excellent advocacy site packed with information on insurance, legislation, therpies, etc.
Online Psychological Services - Mental Health Info Link.
Preventing Mental Disorders in School-Age Children: A review of the effectiveness of prevention programs - The Prevention Research Center for the Promotion of Human Development
Promising Practices in Children's Mental Health - downloadable mongraphs on working with seriously emotionally disturbed children
The RxList - excellent PDR style information on medications.
Social and Emotional Development
Collaborative for the Advancement of Social and Emotional Learning.
Ask Eric Home Page
Regional Educational Laboratories
Child, Youth and Family Network
Children, Youth and Family Consortium - Many parenting links.
Facts for Families Index - good articles, but you have to ignore the obvious psychiatry oriented bias and self-promotion.
The Family Village - information for parents of individuals who have disabilities. An excellent site.
Forgotten Kids - created by a parent for parents of developmentally, mentally or emotionally disabled children. Lots of information, but many graphics make it slow.
Growing Up Drug Free: A Parent's Guide to Prevention - Developed by the Partnership for a Drug-Free America on behalf of the U.S. Department of Education.
Parenting - National Parent Information Network.
Positive Parenting Online - some good parenting information plus some commercial information.
Publications for Parents -electronic versions of popular pamphlets and brochures designed to address parents' concerns about their children's education. Peer Resources Professional Organizations
National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities - NICHCY is a national information and referral center. It offers a database of 200 national organizations that address disability-related issues. State fact sheets are available, featuring state agencies serving children & youth with disabilities, state chapters of disability organizations & parent groups, parent training & information projects, & more. An excellent site.
PaTTAN - The web site of the Pennsylvania Training and Technical Assistance Network provides a wealth of information on a variety of special education topics. For example, there is excellent information on FBAs, autism, precision teaching, and reading.
Special Education Resources - Hood College WWW site. Vendors
Over 900 sites now link to School Psychology Resources Online. See the list in Alta Vista, currently the hottest search engine on the Internet.
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