Local legislators from the Southwestern Vermont Supervisory Union and Bennington Economic Development Partners met with economic development and school officials at a legislative breakfast to discuss topics related to education and the economy.
The topic circled around educating children with special needs, how to cover the costs and the need to prioritize budget items in addressing special needs education among kids.
Programs and services for individuals who are mentally, physically, emotionally, or socially impaired and who need appropriately modified curricula, teaching methodologies and instructional materials in order to learn. Adapted Physical Education; Homebound Instruction; Hospital Instruction; Non-Public Special Schools; Private Special Day Schools; Residential Special Schools; Transition Services for Students with Disabilities
Federal Programs Related to - Student Services
Programs which provide general information about a college or university campus for prospective students and noninstructional services that support the admission of students to an educational program, their living conditions while students, and their ability to choose an appropriate course of study and to adjust to and remain in school through the completion of their degrees.
Ancillary Education Services; Auxiliary Education Enterprises; Auxiliary Enterprises; Campus Information & Visitors Services; Campus Information/Tours; CIVS; College Bookstores; College Housing; College Stores; Disabled Student Services; Dormitories; Note takers; School Accessibility; School Cafeterias; School Dining Halls; School-Based Document Conversion Services; School-Based Sign Language Interpretation; Student Bookstores; Student Food Service; Student Honorary Society Programs; Student Housing; Student Unions; Testing Accommodations
Federal Programs Related to - Services for Individuals with Disabilities
Programs that provide or coordinate a wide variety of services to meet the needs of people with disabilities. Activities of Daily Living; Adult Development Centers; American Sign Language Interpretation; AMESLAM Interpretation; Animal Aides Services; Audio Books Programs; Books on Tape Programs; Braille Transcription; Canine Assistants; Companion Animals; Daily Living Instruction; Day Programs for the Developmentally Disabled; Deaf Relay Services; Developmentally Disabled Activity Centers; Developmentally Disabled Behavior Management Programs; Developmentally Disabled Social/Recreation Programs; Drop in Centers for the Developmentally Disabled; Easter Seals; Equestrian Therapy; Equine Therapy; Guide Dogs; Hippo Therapy; Independent Living Skills Instruction: Self Care Programs; Mental Retardation; Recorded Books Programs; Recordings for the Blind; Seeing Eye Dog Programs; Service Animals; Service Dogs; Services for the Blind & Visually Impaired; Services for the Deaf & Hearing Impaired; Services for the Developmentally Disabled; Sign Language Interpretation; Talking Books Programs; Telecommunication Relay Services; Therapeutic Horseback Riding; Therapeutic Riding; Therapeutic Swimming; TTD Linkage
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Looking at the Budget for Educating Kids with Special Needs