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Document Number: 7101

The Special Education Expenditure Project (SEEP): Synthesis of Findings and Policy Implications - This brief synthesizes the SEEP findings 23 different surveys used to collect data for the 1999-2000 school year at the state, district, school, teacher and student level. The synthesis provides insight into some of the details of special education provisions across the nation. Reflecting detailed service descriptions for over 10,000 special education students, it provides knowledge well beyond what was previously known regarding the exact mix of services that students with varying primary categories of disability receive in varying types of districts and in some cases across individual states. Beyond descriptive data, SEEP provides a wealth of information for informing future special education policy. (Thomas Parrish and Phil Esra, Project Forum at NASDSE, April 2006) ...

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