The Peer Reviewed Research Standard of IDEA and its Effect on the Right to FAPE

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The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) reauthorization in 2004 includes a new prescriptive mandate that specially designed instruction and related services must be based on "peer reviewed research to the extent practicable." This article addresses the import and utility of this new PRR language to special education litigation on behalf of Parents and students.

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