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Governor Pritzker Signs Two New Special Education Laws Regarding Placement and Interpretation Services

Education K-12 Education

Originally posted to our Special Education Insights blog

Governor Pritzker recently signed two bills into law, expanding accessibility and flexibility within special education. The first, Public Act 102-0703 (House Bill 4365), allows IEP teams to place students at non-ISBE-approved facilities and the second, Public Act 102-1072 (House Bill 5214), requires school districts to notify parents of their right to an interpreter during various special education proceedings. Both new laws went into effect immediately.

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