ORS 327.023¹
Grants for special and compensatory education programs

In addition to those moneys distributed through the State School Fund, the Department of Education shall provide from state funds appropriated therefor, grants in aid or support for special and compensatory education programs including:

(1) The Oregon School for the Blind and the Oregon School for the Deaf.

(2) Medicaid match for administration efforts to secure Medicaid funds for services provided to children with disabilities.

(3) Hospital programs for education services to children who are hospitalized for extended periods of time or who require hospitalization due to severe disabilities as described in ORS 343.261 (Instruction of certain hospitalized children).

(4) Private agency programs for education services to children who are placed by the state in long term care or treatment facilities as described in ORS 343.961 (Responsibility for costs of education of children in long-term care or treatment).

(5) Regional services provided to children with low-incidence disabling conditions as described in ORS 343.236 (State reimbursed or operated local, county or regional programs).

(6) Early childhood special education provided to preschool children with disabilities from age three until age of eligibility for kindergarten as described in ORS 339.185, 343.035 (Definitions), 343.041 (Supervision of programs for children with disabilities by Superintendent of Public Instruction), 343.055 (Administration of programs by Superintendent of Public Instruction), 343.065 (Employment of personnel to supervise types of services for special programs), 343.157 (Duty of school districts to identify, locate and evaluate resident children in need of special education or early intervention) and 343.455 (Early childhood special education provided by prekindergartens) to 343.534 (Allocation of state funds to approved providers).

(7) Early intervention services for preschool children from birth until age three as described in ORS 339.185, 343.035 (Definitions), 343.041 (Supervision of programs for children with disabilities by Superintendent of Public Instruction), 343.055 (Administration of programs by Superintendent of Public Instruction), 343.065 (Employment of personnel to supervise types of services for special programs), 343.157 (Duty of school districts to identify, locate and evaluate resident children in need of special education or early intervention) and 343.455 (Early childhood special education provided by prekindergartens) to 343.534 (Allocation of state funds to approved providers).

(8) Evaluation services for children with disabilities to determine program eligibility and needs as described in ORS 343.146 (Determination of eligibility for special education services).

(9) Education services to children residing at state hospitals.

(10) Disadvantaged children program under ORS 343.680 (Advance payments and reimbursements to districts of at least 40,000 for operation and construction costs).

(11) Early childhood education under ORS 329.228 (Early Childhood Education Trust Fund) and 329.235 (Provision of early childhood education).

(12) Child development specialist program under ORS 329.255 (Child development specialist program).

(13) Youth care centers under ORS 420.885 (Audit and payment of claims).

(14) Staff development and mentoring.

(15) Professional technical education grants.

(16) Special science education programs.

(17) Talented and Gifted children program under ORS 343.391 (Purpose of ORS 343.391 to 343.413) to 343.413 (Short title). [1991 c.780 §5; 1993 c.45 §292; 1999 c.989 §33; 2001 c.900 §240; 2007 c.70 §92; 2007 c.858 §30]

Note: The amendments to 327.023 (Grants for special and compensatory education programs) by section 30, chapter 858, Oregon Laws 2007, first apply to the 2008-2009 school year. See section 41, chapter 858, Oregon Laws 2007. The text that applies prior to the 2008-2009 school year, including amendments by section 92, chapter 70, Oregon Laws 2007, is set forth for the user’s convenience.

327.023 (Grants for special and compensatory education programs). In addition to those moneys distributed through the State School Fund, the Department of Education shall provide from state funds appropriated therefor, grants in aid or support for special and compensatory education programs including:

(1) Special schools for children who are deaf or blind as defined in ORS 346.010 (Training and educational services for children who are deaf or blind).

(2) Medicaid match for administration efforts to secure Medicaid funds for services provided to children with disabilities.

(3) Hospital programs for education services to children who are hospitalized for extended periods of time or who require hospitalization due to severe disabilities as described in ORS 343.261 (Instruction of certain hospitalized children).

(4) Private agency programs for education services to children who are placed by the state in long term care or treatment facilities as described in ORS 343.961 (Responsibility for costs of education of children in long-term care or treatment).

(5) Regional services provided to children with low-incidence disabling conditions as described in ORS 343.236 (State reimbursed or operated local, county or regional programs).

(6) Early childhood special education provided to preschool children with disabilities from age three until age of eligibility for kindergarten as described in ORS 339.185, 343.035 (Definitions), 343.041 (Supervision of programs for children with disabilities by Superintendent of Public Instruction), 343.055 (Administration of programs by Superintendent of Public Instruction), 343.065 (Employment of personnel to supervise types of services for special programs), 343.157 (Duty of school districts to identify, locate and evaluate resident children in need of special education or early intervention) and 343.455 (Early childhood special education provided by prekindergartens) to 343.534 (Allocation of state funds to approved providers).

(7) Early intervention services for preschool children from birth until age three as described in ORS 339.185, 343.035 (Definitions), 343.041 (Supervision of programs for children with disabilities by Superintendent of Public Instruction), 343.055 (Administration of programs by Superintendent of Public Instruction), 343.065 (Employment of personnel to supervise types of services for special programs), 343.157 (Duty of school districts to identify, locate and evaluate resident children in need of special education or early intervention) and 343.455 (Early childhood special education provided by prekindergartens) to 343.534 (Allocation of state funds to approved providers).

(8) Evaluation services for children with disabilities to determine program eligibility and needs as described in ORS 343.146 (Determination of eligibility for special education services).

(9) Education services to children residing at state hospitals.

(10) Disadvantaged children program under ORS 343.680 (Advance payments and reimbursements to districts of at least 40,000 for operation and construction costs).

(11) Early childhood education under ORS 329.215 to 329.235 (Provision of early childhood education).

(12) Child development specialist under ORS 329.255 (Child development specialist program).

(13) Youth care centers under ORS 420.885 (Audit and payment of claims).

(14) Staff development and mentoring.

(15) Professional technical education grants.

(16) Special science education programs.

(17) Talented and Gifted children program under ORS 343.391 (Purpose of ORS 343.391 to 343.413) to 343.413 (Short title).

1 Legislative Counsel Committee, CHAPTER 327—State Financing of Elementary and Secondary Education, https://­www.­oregonlegislature.­gov/­bills_laws/­Archive/­2007ors327.­pdf (2007) (last ac­cessed Feb. 12, 2009).
 
2 Legislative Counsel Committee, Annotations to the Oregon Revised Stat­utes, Cumulative Supplement - 2007, Chapter 327, https://­www.­oregonlegislature.­gov/­bills_laws/­ors/­327ano.­htm (2007) (last ac­cessed Feb. 12, 2009).
 
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