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  •  CCEIS Family Leaders

    CCEIS Family Leaders // CCEIS Lideres Familiares

    CFL meetings provide a safe space for discussion and exploration of potential solutions to disproportionate representation of CCEIS Promising Scholars, with an intentional emphasis on African American/Black students. // Las reuniones de CFL brindan un espacio seguro para la discusión y exploración de posibles soluciones a la representación desproporcionada de académicos prometedores de CCEIS, con un énfasis intencional en los estudiantes froamericanos/negros.

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  •  AEVA Flyer

    Adult Education Virtual Academy

    Learn How to Help Your Child Succeed in School - Click on the title of this article to obtain more information. // Aprenda cómo ayudar a su hijo a tener éxito en la escuela - Haga clic en el título de este artículo para obtener más información.

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  • Spring 2024 - Virtual Parent Workshops /

    Spring 2024 - Virtual Parent Workshops /

    Are you interested in learning about Universal Design for Learning (UDL) or the Power of Play? Click on the title of this article to obtain more information. // ¿Está interesado en aprender sobre el Diseño Universal para el Aprendizaje (UDL) o el Poder de Juego? Haga clic en el título de este artículo para obtener más información.

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  • COVID-19 Compensatory Education Plan

    Students with disabilities are entitled to a free appropriate public education (FAPE).
    The COVID-19 pandemic had a negative effect on schools resulting in learning disruption nationally. Students with disabilities may need Compensatory Education services to remedy any educational or other deficits that resulted from a student with an IEP or Section 504 plan not receiving the evaluations or services to which they were entitled during the COVID-19 pandemic. Students with disabilities may also need Recoupment Services to regain skills lost resulting from pandemic learning disruptions. The Los Angeles Unified School District has implemented two approaches for processes for addressing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic:

    Compensatory Education- special education and related aids and services to remedy any educational or other deficits that resulted from a student with a disability (with either an IEP or Section 504 plan) not receiving the evaluations or services to which they were entitled during the COVID-19 pandemic. For further information about the COVID-19 Compensatory Education Plan, please refer to: https://www.lausd.org/compedplan.

    Recoupment Services- additional supports offered to general and special education students to address potential learning loss caused by pandemic-related school facility closures. For further information about recoupment services, please refer to: https://www.lausd.org/spedrecoupment.   

  • Child Find


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    The Los Angeles Unified School District seeks to identify, locate, and evaluate children suspected of having a disability who may be eligible for special education services designed to meet their educational needs at no cost to families. This includes highly mobile children, migrant children, children experiencing homelessness, children who are wards of the state and children attending private schools located within LAUSD boundaries, regardless of where they reside. All other children must live in the LAUSD attendance area.

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State Measures & Guidelines

The State Performance Plan (SPP) is a six-year plan submitted to the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) by the California Department of Education (CDE). The current SPP spans Federal Fiscal Years (FFY) 2013-2018. This document will be updated once the new SPP is made available.

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Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center
Centro Regional Los Angeles Zona Este

1000 South Fremont
Alhambra, CA 91802
Telephone: (626) 299-4700
Website: http://www.elarc.org


Frank D. Lanterman Regional Center
Centro Regional Lanterman

3303 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 700
Los Angeles, CA 90010
Telephone: (213) 383-1300
Website: http://www.lanterman.org


Harbor Regional Center
Centro Regional Zona Harbor

21231 Hawthorne Boulevard
Torrance, CA 90503
Telephone: (310) 540-1711
Website: https://www.harborrc.org


North Los Angeles County Regional Center
Centro Regional del Condado de Los Angeles Zona Norte

9200 Oakdale Avenue, Suite 100
Chatsworth, CA 91311
Telephone: (818) 788-1900
Website: http://www.nlacrc.org


South Central Los Angeles Regional Center
Centro Regional del Centro Sur de Los Angeles

2500 S. Western Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90018
Telephone: (213) 744-7000
Website:https://sclarc.org 


Westside Regional Center
Centro Regional de Westside

5901 Green Valley Cir #320
Culver City, CA 90230
Telephone: (310) 258-4000
Website: https://westsiderc.org  

LAUSD Career and Transition Centers provide employment preparation, independent living skills, and social skills instruction to students ages 18-22, who are identified by Individual Education Program (IEP) teams as needing an alternate curriculum.

Visit https://www.lausd.org/Page/17048 for more information

 


  •  Los Angeles Unified School District ♦ Division of Special Education 

    333 South Beaudry Avenue, 17th Floor, Los Angeles, CA  90017