Collaborative systems design for Part H of IDEA

  title={Collaborative systems design for Part H of IDEA},
  author={David S. Baldwin and George W. Jeffries and Virginia H. Jones and Eva K. Thorp and Sharon Walsh},
  journal={Infants \& Young Children},
Part H of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) envisions a new paradigm of service delivery to young children with special needs and their families. In order to create an integrated system of services that is family focused and community based, agencies at state and local levels must engage in collaborative planning. This article focuses on the nature of effective collaborative planning, elements critical to that planning process, common pitfalls that communities may encounter… 
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