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Intellectual Disability
KAR 91-40-1 (oo) "Intellectual Disability" means significantly sub-average general intellectual functioning, existing concurrently with deficits in adaptive behavior and manifested during the developmental period, which adversely affects a child’s educational performance.

Exclusionary Criteria:
A child must NOT be determined to be a child with an exceptionality if the determinant factor is: Exclusionary Factor How to Evaluate Evidence shows that the student’s previous reading instruction  Lack of appropriate instruction in reading, and curriculum addressed phonemic awareness, phonics, including the essential components of reading vocabulary development, reading fluency (including oral reading instruction (defined in section 1208(3) of the skills), and reading comprehension strategies. This evidence may ESEA(NCLB); come from; (a) an evaluation of the school’s basal curriculum and supplemental materials, and (b) that the student actually received instruction provided by highly qualified teachers using appropriate basal curriculum and supplemental materials. For a child three to five years old, who is not yet enrolled in kindergarten, teams should consider “appropriate instruction” as the child’s participation in appropriate activities. This evidence may come from interviews with family and other caregivers and through observation in the child’s natural environment that indicates whether or not the child has been exposed to activities appropriate for his/her age. Evidence shows that the student’s previous math instruction and  Lack of appropriate instruction in math; or curriculum addressed math calculation, problem solving, and conceptual understanding. This evidence may come from; (a) an evaluation of the school’s basal curriculum and supplemental materials, and (b) that the student actually received instruction provided by highly…...

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