Special Education


Tammy Brady 


Special education provides high-quality, free and appropriate public education (FAPE) and related services to students with disabilities, ages 3-22. Services are provided in accordance with each student’s Individual Education Plan (IEP) and allow students to be taught alongside their nondisabled peers to the maximum extent possible.

Find out more about our Secondary Transition program for qualifying students ages 18-22. 

We also identify, locate and evaluate children for special education services, regardless of the severity of their disabilities, through our Child Find efforts.

It is our belief that all children can learn. To accomplish this, collaboration with families is essential. Emphasis should be on the child’s needs and not just on the disability and there should be high expectations for student achievement.

Class Action Suit to Be Settled / Proposed judgment against State of Ohio 

Child Study

A Guide to Parent Rights in Special Education

Parent resources and family support

PASS (Positive Academic Support System)

Procedural Safeguards Parent Rights 504 - Revised 02-15-19

APS OCR Field Trip Notice - Website Copy

Secondary Transition

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