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According to the article
a) 10 b) 13 c) 15 d) 20
Which state has the smallest percentage of students in special education?
a) Texas b) Florida c) Wisconsin d) California
The percentage of special education students has _______ over the past 10 years.
a) Increased b) Remained the same c) Decreased d)
Which area classified as Mental Health in special education increased over the last 10 years?
a) Emotional Disturbance b) ADHD c) Austism d)
In what year did the percentage of students in special education begin to decrease?
a) 2000 b) 2004 c) 2008 d) 2012
Which statement is true in regards to special education teachers and paraprofessionals?
a) As the population of teachers increased, the paraprofessional population decreased b) As the population of teachers decreased, the paraprofessional population increased c) Both increased d) Both decreased
Which state has the largest percentage of students in special education?
a) Maine b) New York c) Texas d) Rhode Island
What percent of the annual budget is allocated for special education?
a) 10% b) 15% c) 20% d) 25%
Which law has a clause that forces schools to
a) NCLB b) IDEA c) ADA d) IEP
In order to be eligible for special education, a child must
a) receive research based interventions b) be reviewed by the psychologist c) pass through all stages of RtI d) have four behavior incidents
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