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December 13, 2005


Sherry Hollis

My district sped director told me that FBA does not have to be done to qualify a child for the EBD category...

helene buch

i would like to know if you could state the law as to the distinction between an FBA and a PBIP legally


Does this law apply only to the state of illinois? If no, is this law applied in Florida? and what counties or all?

ed. note: IDEIA has several provisions regarding the need for positive and timely behavioral interventions. For a good resource see pbis.org.

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