​​Special Education Services

  • Birth through age 21
  • Early Childhood Special Education (IFSP)
  • Pre-K Special Education Services
  • K-12th Grade Special Education (IEP)
  • Dispute Resolution

Private & MANSEF PreK-12th Grade Schools

​Section 504 Plans

School Programs

  • Sports
  • Afterschool

 

Birth-12th Grade Education Advocacy Resources

  • MSDE Family Support Services
  • ​Maryland Coalition of Families
  • Maryland Disability Law Center
  • Maryland Coalition for Inclusive Education
  • Parent's Place of Maryland
  • Maryland​ Directory of Local Access Mechanisms

 

Post Secondary Education​

​​Did You Know?

In Maryland, youth with disabilities ages 14-22 are considered "transition-age youth." This means that beginning at 14, students with disabilities should begin working with their IEP team to set goals for what they would like to do after high school, including career, postsecondary education and independent/daily living goals. They should also begin planning their transition from K-12 services to adult disability services. Visit the Maryland Transitioning Youth website​ for more information.