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Part C Infant and Toddler Program Federal Appropriations and National Child Count, 1987-2017
Lazara, A., Danaher, J., & Detwiler, S.
Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is intended to help ensure that all eligible infants and toddlers with disabilities (aged birth-2 years) and their families receive early intervention services. This chart shows the federal appropriations allocated for the Part C program, the number of children served, and the federal dollars allocated per child each year from federal fiscal year FFY 1987 through FFY 2017.
Lazara, A., Danaher, J., & Detwiler, S. (2018). Part C infant and toddler program federal appropriations and national child count, 1987-2017. Retrieved from http://ectacenter.org/~pdfs/growthcomppartc-2018-04-17.pdf