Our local school district presently participates in a local ISD mutual agreement. Can we participate in Section 105c as well?

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Our local school district presently participates in a local ISD mutual agreement. Can we participate in Section 105c as well?

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A10: YES. Q11: What if a nonresident pupil with special education needs is selected under Schools of Choice and the enrolling local school district does not have services in place to meet the needs of that pupil. Can the pupil be refused enrollment? A11: Under Section 105 the answer is NO. A pupil cannot be refused enrollment based upon a mental or physical disability. Furthermore, the enrolling local school district becomes responsible for assuring that the pupil is provided with appropriate educational services. Under Section 105c, because the funding and procedures for special education differ from ISD to ISD, the law specifies: (18) In order for a district or intermediate district to enroll pursuant to this section a nonresident pupil who resides in a district located in a contiguous intermediate district and who is eligible for special education programs and services according to statute or rule, or who is a child with disabilities, as defined under the individuals with disabiliti

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