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(1) The determination of the children requiring special education and the type of special education needed by these children is the responsibility of the school district, and the determination must be made in compliance with the procedures established in the rules of the superintendent of public instruction. The school district shall make available a free appropriate public education, in accordance with 20-7-411, to all children who are eligible under the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act and who reside in the school district.
(2) The trustees of a school district shall establish and implement policies and procedures for the conduct of special education that are consistent with the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act and with state laws and rules of the board of public education and the superintendent of public instruction.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Montana Title 20. Education § 20-7-414. Determination of children in need and type of special education needed - last updated April 27, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/mt/title-20-education/mt-code-ann-sect-20-7-414/
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