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Special Education

Overview

Special education refers to a range of educational and social
services provided by the public school system and other
educational institutions to individuals with disabilities who are
between birth and 21 years of age.

Special education is designed to ensure that students with
disabilities are provided with an environment that allows them
to be educated effectively.

Eligibility

Intellectual Disability (ID)

521

8%

Hard of Hearing (HH) *

56

1%

Deafness (DEAF) *

18

0%

Speech or Language Impairment (SLI)

1237

19%

Visual Impairment (VI) *

22

0%

Emotional Disturbance (ED)

180

3%

Orthopedic Impairment (OI) *

72

1%

Other Health Impairment (OHI)

505

8%

Specific Learning Disability (SLD)

2966

45%

Multiple Disability (MD)

138

2%

Autism (AUT)

844

13%

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

23

0%




School Type Enrollment
Public Day School 5861
Special Education Center or Facility 127
Continuation School: 106
Alternative Work Education Center/Work Study Program: 58
Community School: 65
Home Instruction 41
Hospital Facility 23
Charter School 204
Head Start Program: 2
Child Development or Child Care Facility 1
State Preschool Program 2
Extended Day Care 1
Nonpublic Day School 108
Nonpublic Residential School 6
Parochial School 2

Enrollment
Infant 59
Preschool 347
K-Grade 6 3155
Grade 7-12 2858
Post secondary/Transition 163
           

*Data taken from December 2017 CASEMIS Report


Howana Lundy
SELPA Director

email


Elva Ocampo, Secretary III email

Martha N. Keating, Bilingual Secretary email

Nancy Ceballos, Account Analyst, Budget & Position Control email

Miriam Avila, Translator/ Interpreter email


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San Bernardino, CA 92411

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