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RSA: Annual Report (Sep 16, 2014)
The RSA Annual Report provides a description of the activities of RSA. RSA is the principal agency for carrying out Titles I, III, VI and VII, as well as specified portions of Title V of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. RSA is responsible for preparing and submitting this report to the President and Congress under Section 13 of the Act.
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RSA: Assistive Technology Act Annual Reports (Jun 18, 2014)
Both the Assistive Technology Act of 1998 and the Assistive Technology Act of 2004, as amended (AT Act of 2004) require that the Secretary of Education submit to Congress a report on the activities funded under those respective acts.
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RSA: Publications and Products (Feb 11, 2014)
RSA and its partners, through their programs, projects and activities, develop a wide range of publications and other printed material to serve individuals with disabilities, their families and their communities.
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State Maintenance of Financial Support Waivers under IDEA Part B. (Sep 07, 2012)
This page contains the most recent Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) State Maintenance of Financial Support Waivers under IDEA Part B.
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RSA: Publications and Products (Jun 22, 2012)
RSA and its partners, through their programs, projects and activities, develop a wide range of publications and other printed material to serve individuals with disabilities, their families and their communities.
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RSA: Reuse Your AT (Jun 22, 2012)
Over many years, the OSERS has supported research in assistive technology, as well as making assistive technology (AT) more available to people with disabilities. More recently, OSERS has supported a number of activities to encourage and support AT reuse under the Assistive Technology Act.
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Functional Limitations of Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Consumers (Jun 22, 2012)
In response to a request from RSA, the Research Triangle Institute conducted a study to examine the feasibility of developing functional status measures for planning and implementing services to consumers in the state-federal Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Services Program.
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Longitudinal Study of the Vocational Rehabilitation Services Program (Jun 22, 2012)
The Longitudinal Study of the Vocational Rehabilitation Services Program</a> was initiated in 1992 and is being conducted by Research Triangle Institute International. The study's broad purpose is to assess the performance of the vocational rehabilitation (VR) program in assisting eligible individuals to achieve positive, sustainable economic and non-economic outcomes as a result of their receipt of VR services.
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Institute on Rehabilitation Issues (Jun 22, 2012)
The primary purpose of the IRI is to develop publications for use in training and technical assistance for vocational rehabilitation (VR) counselors, consumers, administrators, and other partners in the VR process. IRI publications provide a unique perspective on emerging issues in vocational rehabilitation as both the topics and the content are developed by practitioners.
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OSEP State Monitoring Reports (Mar 06, 2007)
OSEP State Monitoring Reports -- Arizona 2006 (PDF)
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