Federal Register, Volume 76 Issue 55 (Tuesday, March 22, 2011)
[Federal Register Volume 76, Number 55 (Tuesday, March 22, 2011)]
[Notices]
[Pages 15964-15968]
From the Federal Register Online via the Government Printing Office [www.gpo.gov]
[FR Doc No: 2011-6713]                     
 


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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

[CFDA: 84.133A-6, 84.133A-7, and 84.133A-8]


Funding Priorities: Disability and Rehabilitation Research 
Projects and Centers Program

AGENCY: Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, 
Department of Education.

ACTION: Notice of proposed priorities.

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SUMMARY: The Assistant Secretary for Special Education and 
Rehabilitative Services proposes three funding priorities for the 
Disability and Rehabilitation Research Projects and Centers Program 
administered by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation 
Research (NIDRR). Specifically, this notice proposes a priority for the 
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) National Network Regional Centers 
(Proposed Priority 1), the ADA National Network Knowledge Translation 
Center (Proposed Priority 2), and the ADA National Network Research 
Collaborative (Proposed Priority 3). The Assistant Secretary may use 
one or more of these priorities for competitions in fiscal year (FY) 
2011 and later years. We take this action to focus attention on areas 
of national need.

DATES: We must receive your comments on or before April 21, 2011.

ADDRESSES: Address all comments about this notice to Lynn Medley, U.S. 
Department of Education, 400 Maryland Avenue, SW., Room 5140, Potomac 
Center Plaza (PCP), Washington, DC 20202-2700.

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    If you prefer to send your comments by e-mail, use the following 
address: Lynn.Medley@ed.gov. You must include ``Proposed Priorities for 
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) National Network Regional 
Centers, Knowledge Translation Center, and Collaborative'' in the 
subject line of your electronic message.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Lynn Medley. Telephone: (202) 245-7338 
or by e-mail: Lynn.Medley@ed.gov.
    If you use a telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD), call the 
Federal Relay Service (FRS), toll free, at 1-800-877-8339.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: This notice of proposed priorities is in 
concert with NIDRR's currently approved Long-Range Plan (Plan). The 
Plan, which was published in the Federal Register on February 15, 2006 
(71 FR 8165), can be accessed on the Internet at the following site: 
http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/osers/nidrr/policy.html.
    Through the implementation of the Plan, NIDRR seeks to: (1) Improve 
the quality and utility of disability and rehabilitation research; (2) 
foster an exchange of expertise, information, and training to 
facilitate the advancement of knowledge and understanding of the unique 
needs of traditionally underserved populations; (3) determine the best 
strategies and programs to improve rehabilitation outcomes for 
underserved populations; (4) identify research gaps; (5) identify 
mechanisms of integrating research and practice; and (6) disseminate 
findings.
    This notice proposes three priorities that NIDRR intends to use for 
DRRP competitions in FY 2011 and possibly later years. However, nothing 
precludes NIDRR from publishing additional priorities if needed. 
Furthermore, NIDRR is under no obligation to make an award for any of 
these priorities. The decision to make an award will be based on the 
quality of applications received and available funding.
    Invitation to Comment: We invite you to submit comments regarding 
this notice. To ensure that your comments have maximum effect in 
developing the notice of final priorities, we urge you to identify 
clearly the specific priority that each comment addresses.
    We invite you to assist us in complying with the specific 
requirements of Executive Order 12866 and its overall requirement of 
reducing regulatory burden that might result from these proposed 
priorities. Please let us know of any further ways we could reduce 
potential costs or increase potential benefits while preserving the 
effective and efficient administration of the program.
    During and after the comment period, you may inspect all public 
comments about these proposed priorities in Room 5133, 550 12th Street, 
SW., PCP, Washington, DC, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., 
Washington, DC time, Monday through Friday of each week except Federal 
holidays.
    Assistance to Individuals with Disabilities in Reviewing the 
Rulemaking Record: On request we will provide an appropriate 
accommodation or auxiliary aid to an individual with a disability who 
needs assistance to review the comments or other documents in the 
public rulemaking record for this notice. If you want to schedule an 
appointment for this type of accommodation or auxiliary aid, please 
contact the person listed under FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT.
    Purpose of Program: The purpose of the Disability and 
Rehabilitation Research Projects and Centers Program is to plan and 
conduct research, demonstration projects, training, and related 
activities, including international activities, to develop methods, 
procedures, and rehabilitation technology, that maximize the full 
inclusion and integration into society, employment, independent living, 
family support, and economic and social self-sufficiency of individuals 
with disabilities, especially individuals with the most severe 
disabilities, and to improve the effectiveness of services authorized 
under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended (Rehabilitation Act).

Disability and Rehabilitation Research Projects

    The purpose of NIDRR's Disability and Rehabilitation Research 
Projects (DRRPs) are to improve the effectiveness of services 
authorized under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, by 
developing methods, procedures, and rehabilitation technologies that 
advance a wide range of independent living and employment outcomes for 
individuals with disabilities, especially individuals with the most 
severe disabilities. DRRPs carry out one or more of the following types 
of activities, as specified and defined in 34 CFR 350.13 through 
350.19: Research, training, demonstration, development, dissemination, 
utilization, and technical assistance. An applicant for assistance 
under this program must demonstrate in its application how it will 
address, in whole or in part, the needs of individuals with 
disabilities from minority backgrounds (34 CFR 350.40(a)). The 
approaches an applicant may take to meet this requirement are found in 
34 CFR 350.40(b). In addition, NIDRR intends to require all DRRP 
applicants to meet the requirements of the General Disability and 
Rehabilitation Research Projects (DRRP) Requirements priority that it 
published in a notice of final priorities in the Federal Register on 
April 28, 2006 (71 FR 25472).
    Additional information on DRRPs can be found at: 
www.ed.gov/rschstat/research/pubs/res-program.html#DRRP.
    Program Authority: 29 U.S.C. 762(g) and 764(a).
    Applicable Program Regulations: 34 CFR part 350.
    Proposed Priorities:
    This notice contains three proposed priorities. Background: The 
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended (ADA), 42 U.S.C. 
12101 et seq., prohibits discrimination against individuals with 
disabilities in employment, public accommodations, State and local 
government activities, and telecommunications.
    Since 1991, NIDRR has supported grants to 10 regional Disability 
and Business Technical Assistance Centers (DBTACs), which provide ADA 
training, technical assistance, and ADA-related materials to 
individuals and entities with rights and responsibilities under the 
ADA.
    In years 2006-2010, NIDRR made several key changes in the DBTAC 
program. Specifically, NIDRR added a research component to the scope of 
the DBTAC program, established a DBTAC Coordination, Outreach, and 
Research Center (DBTAC CORC) (See notice of final priorities published 
in the Federal Register on June 9, 2006 (71 FR 33562)), and expanded 
DBTAC data collection requirements in order to provide more thorough 
and descriptive reports on the volume and content of the services that 
the DBTACs provide.
    NIDRR made these changes in order to (a) better align the DBTACs 
with NIDRR's research mission, and (b) enable the DBTACs to develop new 
knowledge about the ADA and DBTAC activities in order to enhance 
ongoing training, technical assistance, and dissemination activities. 
Over the past five years, the DBTACs have published numerous journal 
articles, held a series of research conferences, and conducted other 
knowledge translation activities to share the new knowledge about the 
ADA gained from their research. Examples of key research topics include 
access to postsecondary education among students with disabilities, 
access to healthcare services among people with disabilities, and 
reasonable accommodations in the workplace.

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NIDRR intends to continue these research and data collection activities 
in the coming grant cycle by funding the ADA National Network Regional 
Centers, the ADA National Network Knowledge Translation Center, and the 
ADA National Network Research Collaborative.
    In addition to these NIDRR-initiated changes, there have also been 
key changes in legislation and regulations since the last competition 
for the DBTAC program. For example, in 2008, the ADA Amendments Act 
(Pub. L. 110-325) was signed into law. The ADA Amendments Act clarifies 
and expands the definition of disability through several new 
provisions. These include a provision that affirms that mitigating 
measures (e.g., medication, assistive technology, accommodations) have 
no bearing in determining whether an individual meets the definition of 
having a disability and another provision that clarifies the extent to 
which the ADA covers individuals with disabilities that are episodic or 
in remission. In 2010, the U.S. Department of Justice published new 
regulations implementing titles II and III of the ADA (28 CFR part 35 
and 28 CFR part 36). In 2011, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity 
Commission plans to publish new regulations implementing title I of the 
ADA (29 CFR part 1630).
    In addition, a number of ADA compliance issues have gained more 
attention in recent years, including access to information technologies 
(National Council on Disability, 2006) and to emergency management 
services (National Council on Disability, 2009, U.S. Department of 
Education, 2008, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, 2005). These 
legislative and regulatory changes and emerging issues highlight a 
continuing need for NIDRR to support activities to raise awareness of, 
and promote compliance with, the ADA. To address this need, NIDRR 
proposes three priorities under which it would fund an ADA National 
Network that would replace the DBTAC program.
    Under Proposed Priority 1, we would establish 10 ADA National 
Network Regional Centers (ADA Regional Centers) that would constitute 
the core of the ADA National Network. These ADA Regional Centers would 
provide comprehensive training and technical assistance and would 
disseminate materials to individuals and entities with rights and 
responsibilities under the ADA.
    Under Proposed Priority 2, we would fund the ADA National Network 
Knowledge Translation Center (ADA KT Center). The ADA KT Center would 
maintain the ADA National Network Web site; review and synthesize the 
existing ADA research literature; maintain a detailed database 
describing the training, technical assistance, and dissemination 
activities provided by the ADA National Network; and promote the use of 
ADA research to implement the ADA more effectively. This ADA KT Center 
would also provide logistical and financial support for annual meetings 
of the Project Directors of the 10 ADA Regional Centers and for a 
conference on ADA-related research.
    Under Proposed Priority 3, we would fund two collaborative research 
grants that contribute to ADA knowledge of national significance. This 
priority would allow the ADA Regional Centers to conduct collaborative 
research using the regional network structure as a foundation for 

multi-site research to inform ADA implementation and to improve the 
performance of the ADA National Network.
    References:
    National Council on Disability. (2009, August 12). Effective 
emergency management: Making improvements for communities and people 
with disabilities. Retrieved December 7, 2010, from 
http://www.ncd.gov/newsroom/publications/2009/pdf/NCD_EmergencyManagement.pdf.
    National Council on Disability. (2006, December 26). Over the 
horizon: Potential impact of emerging trends in information and 
communication technology on disability policy and practice. Retrieved 
December 7, 2010, from http://www.ncd.gov/newsroom/publications/2006/pdf/emerging_trends.pdf.
    U.S. Department of Education. (2008, April). Emergency management 
research and people with disabilities: A research guide. Retrieved 
December 7, 2010, from http://www2.ed.gov/rschstat/research/pubs/index.html#emergencyguide.
    U.S. Department of Homeland Security. (2005, July 21). Individuals 
with disabilities in emergency preparedness. Retrieved December 7, 
2010, from http://www.dhs.gov/xlibrary/assets/crcl-icc-report-july05.pdf.
    Proposed Priority 1--Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) National 
Network Regional Centers.
    The Assistant Secretary for Special Education and Rehabilitative 
Services proposes a priority for the funding of 10 Disability and 
Rehabilitation Research Projects (DRRPs) to serve as the ADA National 
Network Regional Centers (formerly known as Disability Business 
Technical Assistance Centers (DBTACs)), one within each of the 10 U.S. 
Department of Education regions that cover all of the United States. 
Together, the 10 ADA National Network Regional Centers (ADA Regional 
Centers), along with the ADA National Network Knowledge Translation 
Center (ADA KT Center, funded under a separate priority) and the ADA 
Research Collaboratives (funded under a separate priority) will 
comprise the ADA National Network. Each ADA Regional Center must be 
designed to contribute to the following outcomes:
    (a) Improved understanding by ADA stakeholders of their rights and 
responsibilities under the ADA. Each ADA Regional Center must 
contribute to this outcome by implementing a sustained program of 
training, technical assistance, and information dissemination 
(collectively, ADA Network Services), aimed at ADA stakeholders, 
including local, regional, and national groups representing such 
stakeholders. NIDRR anticipates that ADA stakeholders will need 
information on both longstanding ADA requirements as well as recent 
legislative and regulatory changes affecting those requirements, such 
as the ADA Amendments Act, the revised title II and III regulations (28 
CFR parts 35 and 36, respectively), the anticipated revisions to the 
title I regulations (29 CFR part 1630), and information on issues 
associated with ADA compliance in emerging areas such as access to 
information technologies and emergency management services. For 
purposes of this priority, the term ``ADA stakeholders'' refers to 
individuals and entities with rights and responsibilities under the 
ADA.
    (b) Improved understanding of ADA stakeholders' need for and 
receipt of ADA Network Services over time, including services to 
address emerging issues related to compliance with ADA requirements. 
Each of the 10 ADA Regional Centers must contribute to this outcome 
by--
    (1) Entering, directly into the database maintained by the ADA 
National Network Knowledge Translation Center (``ADA KT Center'', 
funded under a separate priority), the required data about each of the 
ADA Network Services that it provides. These data must include, but are 
not limited to, (1) the ADA title or titles, regulations, and specific 
topics that are addressed by the ADA Network Services provided, (2) the 
modality of service provision (e.g., in-person presentation, webinar), 
and (3) non-identifying information about the recipient or recipients 
of the ADA Network Services;
    (2) Collaborating with the ADA KT Center to analyze data about ADA 
stakeholder requests for information and the services that the ADA 
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Center provides, and applying new knowledge from those analyses to 
further tailor and improve the provision of ADA Network Services; and
    (3) Identifying and implementing other appropriate methods for 
assessing the needs of ADA stakeholders.
    (c) Enhanced efficiency and effectiveness of ADA Network Services. 
Each of the ten ADA Regional Centers must contribute to this outcome 
by--
    (1) Partnering with the ADA KT Center and other ADA Regional 
Centers to develop, provide, and distribute ADA training and technical 
assistance materials, and other informational products and services. 
These materials, products, and services include, but are not limited 
to, the ADA National Network Web site, as well as materials, products, 
and services that are relevant to ADA stakeholders in multiple regions.
    (2) Attending and participating in the annual meetings of the ADA 
Regional Centers' Project Directors, to be held in Washington, DC.
    Proposed Priority 2--Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) National 
Network Knowledge Translation Center (ADA KT Center).
    The Assistant Secretary for Special Education and Rehabilitative 
Services proposes a priority for the funding of a Disability and 
Rehabilitation Research Project (DRRP) to serve as an Americans with 
Disabilities Act (ADA) National Network Knowledge Translation Center 
(ADA KT Center). For purposes of this priority, the term ``ADA 
stakeholders'' refers to individuals and entities with rights and 
responsibilities under the ADA. Under this priority, the ADA KT Center 
must be designed to contribute to the following outcomes:
    (a) Optimal efficiency and impact of the ADA National Network's 
training, technical assistance, and information dissemination 
activities (ADA Network Services). The ADA KT Center must contribute to 
this outcome by--
    (1) Establishing and implementing an online system to enable the 10 
ADA Regional Centers to share training and technical assistance 
documents and other materials;
    (2) Facilitating the joint development of ADA products and 
materials by the 10 ADA Regional Centers in content areas in which it 
is possible to maximize resources and avoid duplication of efforts;
    (3) Serving as the central repository for ADA National Network 
information and products, and maintaining ADA Network document portals 
and Web sites currently funded by NIDRR; and
    (4) Organizing and providing logistical and financial support for 
annual meetings of the ADA Regional Centers' Project Directors in 
Washington, DC. These meetings will facilitate collaboration between 
the 10 ADA Regional Centers, and will allow the Project Directors of 
the ADA Regional Centers to meet and share information directly with 
their Federal partners in the U.S. Department of Justice, Equal 
Employment Opportunity Commission, and other relevant agencies.
    (b) Increased use of available ADA-related research findings to 
inform behavior, practices, or policies that improve equal access in 
society for individuals with disabilities. The ADA KT Center must 
contribute to this outcome by--
    (1) Systematically reviewing existing ADA-related research. The ADA 
KT Center must identify and conduct systematic reviews of individual 
ADA research studies to assess the quality of those studies and to 
synthesize the findings from those studies. In so doing, the ADA KT 
Center must select appropriate review methods, taking into account the 
type of research and stage of knowledge development in each area of ADA 
research. These areas may include, but are not limited to research on 
specific titles of the ADA, research on ADA issues in specific 
industries, and research on ADA issues that are relevant to individuals 
with specific types of disabilities; and
    (2) Identifying, for future research, topics that would provide new 
knowledge or tools to help individuals with rights and responsibilities 
under the ADA (ADA stakeholders) implement and comply with the ADA. The 
ADA KT Center must identify future research topics based on the 
information gathered through the systematic reviews conducted under 
paragraph (b)(1) of this priority, in combination with information 
about gaps in ADA stakeholder knowledge related to ADA implementation. 
The ADA KT Center must collaborate with ADA stakeholders to determine 
these knowledge gaps.
    (c) Increased awareness and utilization of ADA-related research 
findings by appropriate ADA stakeholder groups. The ADA KT Center must 
contribute to this outcome by--
    (1) Combining or adapting knowledge translation approaches from the 
existing literature to disseminate and promote the use of ADA-related 
research generated by the ADA National Network Research Collaborative 
(funded under a separate priority) and other NIDRR grantees as 
appropriate; and
    (2) Organizing and providing logistical and financial support for a 
conference on ADA-related research. This conference must highlight 
research findings produced by the ADA National Network Research 
Collaborative and other ADA researchers. This conference must take 
place in year five of the ADA National Network grant cycle.
    (d) Improved understanding of ADA stakeholders' need for and 
receipt of ADA Network Services over time, including services to 
address emerging issues related to compliance with ADA requirements. 
The ADA KT Center must contribute to this outcome by--
    (1) Continuing the operation and maintenance of the existing 
database for data submitted by each of the ADA Regional Centers. This 
database was previously known as the Outcome Measurement System, and is 
presently operated by the DBTAC Coordination, Outreach, and Research 
Center (CORC). This database was designed to contain data on each 
DBTAC's core activities, including training, technical assistance, 
public awareness events, and dissemination of materials. In operating 
and maintaining this database, the ADA KT Center must ensure 
confidentiality of personally identifiable information, and provide 
quality control and data-retrieval capabilities, using cost-effective 
technologies and a user-friendly interface;
    (2) Providing training and technical assistance to ADA Regional 
Centers on analyzing data and using the database;
    (3) Monitoring the quality of data submitted by the ADA Regional 
Centers; and
    (4) Collaborating with NIDRR and the ADA Regional Centers to ensure 
that the database is accurate, comprehensive, easy to use, and up-to-
date.
    Proposed Priority 3--ADA National Network Research Collaborative.
    The Assistant Secretary for Special Education and Rehabilitative 
Services proposes a priority for the funding of a Disability and 
Rehabilitation Research Project (DRRP) to serve as a National ADA 
Network Research Collaborative (Collaborative). The Collaborative must 
be designed to contribute to knowledge of national significance related 
to ADA implementation and compliance. To be eligible under this 
priority, an applicant must have received a grant under the ADA 
National Network Regional Center priority (Priority 1). The 
Collaborative must conduct research using the regional structure of the 
ADA National Network as a foundation for multi-site research that would 
inform ADA implementation efforts. The Collaborative must consist of 
the applicant and an additional three or more of the NIDRR-funded ADA 
Regional Centers (for a minimum of four ADA Regional Centers). In 
addition, the

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Collaborative may include researchers who are not a part of the ADA 
National Network. For purposes of this priority, the term ``ADA 
stakeholders'' refers to individuals and entities with rights and 
responsibilities under the ADA. The Collaborative must be designed to 
contribute to the following outcomes:
    (a) Improved knowledge related to ADA implementation. The 
Collaborative must contribute to this outcome by--
    (1) Conducting research on one or more areas in the ADA. These 
areas may include, but are not limited to research on specific titles 
of the ADA, research on ADA issues in specific industries, or research 
on ADA issues that are relevant to individuals with specific types of 
disabling conditions;
    (2) Addressing research questions or hypotheses of national 
significance that are directly relevant to individuals and entities 
with rights and responsibilities under the ADA (ADA stakeholders); and
    (3) Using appropriate and clearly-identified research designs to 
generate reliable and valid findings.
    (b) Improved ADA stakeholder awareness and utilization of research 
findings produced by the ADA National Network. The Collaborative must 
contribute to this outcome by--
    (1) Preparing research products (e.g., articles and presentations) 
that describe the findings of the Collaborative's research. The 
Collaborative must also share these research products and research 
findings with the ADA Regional Centers and the ADA KT Center, which the 
Department intends to fund under separate priorities, for further 
dissemination to ADA stakeholders; and
    (2) Participating in the ADA National Network research conference.
    Types of Priorities:
    When inviting applications for a competition using one or more 
priorities, we designate the type of each priority as absolute, 
competitive preference, or invitational through a notice in the Federal 
Register. The effect of each type of priority follows:
    Absolute priority: Under an absolute priority, we consider only 
applications that meet the priority (34 CFR 75.105(c)(3)).
    Competitive preference priority: Under a competitive preference 
priority, we give competitive preference to an application by (1) 
awarding additional points, depending on the extent to which the 
application meets the priority (34 CFR 75.105(c)(2)(i)); or (2) 
selecting an application that meets the priority over an application of 
comparable merit that does not meet the priority (34 CFR 
75.105(c)(2)(ii)).
    Invitational priority: Under an invitational priority, we are 
particularly interested in applications that meet the priority. 
However, we do not give an application that meets the priority a 
preference over other applications (34 CFR 75.105(c)(1)).
    Final Priorities: We will announce the final priorities in a notice 
in the Federal Register. We will determine the final priorities after 
considering responses to this notice and other information available to 
the Department. This notice does not preclude us from proposing 
additional priorities or requirements, definitions, or selection 
criteria, subject to meeting applicable rulemaking requirements.

    Note: This notice does not solicit applications. In any year in 
which we choose to use these priorities, we invite applications 
through a notice in the Federal Register.

    Executive Order 12866: This notice has been reviewed in accordance 
with Executive Order 12866. Under the terms of the order, we have 
assessed the potential costs and benefits of this proposed regulatory 
action.
    The potential costs associated with this proposed regulatory action 
are those resulting from statutory requirements and those we have 
determined as necessary for administering this program effectively and 
efficiently.
    In assessing the potential costs and benefits--both quantitative 
and qualitative--of this proposed regulatory action, we have determined 
that the benefits of the proposed priorities justify the costs.
    Discussion of Costs and Benefits:
    The benefits of the Disability and Rehabilitation Research Projects 
and Centers Programs have been well established over the years in that 
similar projects have been completed successfully. These proposed 
priorities will generate new knowledge through research and 
development. Another benefit of these proposed priorities is that the 
establishment of new DRRPs will improve the lives of individuals with 
disabilities. The new DRRPs will generate, disseminate, and promote the 
use of new information that will improve the options for individuals 
with disabilities to perform regular activities in the community.
    Intergovernmental Review: This program is not subject to Executive 
Order 12372 and the regulations in 34 CFR part 79.
    Accessible Format: Individuals with disabilities can obtain this 
document in an accessible format (e.g., braille, large print, 
audiotape, or computer diskette) by contacting the Grants and Contracts 
Services Team, U.S. Department of Education, 400 Maryland Avenue, SW., 
Room 5075, PCP, Washington, DC 20202-2550. Telephone: (202) 245-7363. 
If you use a TDD, call the FRS, toll free, at 1-800-877-8339.
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    Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) Number: 84.133A-6, 
84.133A-7, and 84.133A-8.

    Dated: March 17, 2011.
Alexa Posny,
Assistant Secretary for Special Education and Rehabilitative Services.
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