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Rule Title: Exceptional Student Education Eligibility for Students with Language Impairments and Qualifications and Responsibilities for the Speech-Language Pathologists Providing Language Services.
Department: DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION    Add to MyFLRules Favorites
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Division: State Board of Education
Chapter: SPECIAL PROGRAMS I

Latest version of the final adopted rule presented in Florida Administrative Code (FAC):

VIEW_RULE Effective Date: 7/1/2010
History Notes: Rulemaking Authority 1003.01(3), 1003.57, 1003.571, 1012.44 FS. Law Implemented 1003.01(3), 1003.57, 1003.571, 1012.44 FS. History–New 7-1-10.
References in this version: No reference(s).
History of this Rule since Jan. 6, 2006
Notice /
Adopted
Section Description ID Publish
Date
View Text Final
6A-6.030121
Exceptional Student Education Eligibility for Students with Language Impairments and Qualifications and Responsibilities for the Speech-Language Pathologists Providing Language Services. 8567445 Effective:
07/01/2010
View Text Continuation
6A-6.030121
Exceptional Education Eligibility for Students with Language Impairments. 8401769 3/19/2010
Vol. 36/11
View Text Change
6A-6.030121
Exceptional Education Eligibility for Students with Language Impairments. 8316021 2/26/2010
Vol. 36/08
View Text Proposed
6A-6.03012
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The purpose of the rule amendment to Rule 6A-6.03012, F.A.C., is to reflect current knowledge and best practices in the fields of special education and communication disorders regarding speech impairments. Rule 6A-6.03012, .... 8263447 2/12/2010
Vol. 36/06
View Text Development
6A-6.03012
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The purpose of this rule development is to revise Rule 6A-6.03012, F.A.C., to address evaluation and eligibility procedures for students suspected of having a speech impairment; revise procedures consistent with current .... 7489775 8/14/2009
Vol. 35/32
View Text Development
6A-6.03012
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The purpose of these rule development workshops is to ensure that the programs for students who have specific learning disabilities or who are speech or language impaired are consistent with the amendments to the federal .... 5121811 1/18/2008
Vol. 34/03