Improving Systems, Practices and Outcomes

States' Part C Regulations and Policies

This page provides links to state regulations and other policy documents (statutes, procedures, guidance materials) for implementing Part C of the IDEA. URLs are shown for printing purposes. If your state has similar resources, please contact Sue Goode (sue.goode@unc.edu) to add your materials to our list. This page was reviewed and updated in March 2015.

(See also, our Part B State Regulations Web page)

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  • New Jersey Administrative Code, Title 8, Chapter 17, Early Intervention System (n.d.) and related Policies and Procedures (various dates), including Eligibility Criteria (NJEIS-02, effective July 1, 2012)
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