Who is served in each special education program?
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Host: Who is served in each special education program? Rene Hackney: Children are served in those, in each program based on their identification that they qualify for those services; often developmental delays are preschool age through second grade. In second grade if you have been diagnosed earlier with the developmental delay, those are often re-categorized into other things such as autism or learning disability or they go back into the regular education population. Depending on the scores, children with mental retardation are often served in two different classrooms, with the higher scores the 55 through 70s in the IQ range, those children are often mainstreamed and helped within the classrooms. If they are in the severe and profound range under the 55, then they are likely served in an independent classroom.
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