Many school-aged children with handicaps are transported in school buses. A recent amendment to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act has established requirements for infants and toddlers to have access to developmental and rehabilitation facilities. This amendment, to Part H of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (enacted as part of Public Law 102-119), however, does not specify how these children are to be transported to these facilities, a responsibility that will be faced by many school systems.
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AAP Policy Summary| November 01 1993
Committee on Injury and Poison Prevention: School Bus Transportation of Children With Special Needs
AAP News (1993) 9 (11): 19.
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Committee on Injury and Poison Prevention: School Bus Transportation of Children With Special Needs. AAP News November 1993; 9 (11): 19. 10.1542/9.11.19
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