The determination of whether a child suspected of having a specific learning disability
is a child with a disability as defined in § 300.8, must be made by the child's parents and a team of qualified professionals, which
(a)(1) The child's regular teacher; or
(2) If the child does not have a regular teacher, a regular classroom teacher qualified
to teach a child of his or her age; or
(3) For a child of less than school age, an individual qualified by the SEA to teach
a child of his or her age; and
(b) At least one person qualified to conduct individual diagnostic examinations of children,
such as a school psychologist, speech-language pathologist, or remedial reading teacher.
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