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Unformatted text preview: th disabilities. These documents provide recognition for students who complete school but do not satisfy the requirements for a regular diploma. These documents are known by different names, including: n IEP diplomas Students with SLD Receiving Certificates n Special Education diplomas n Occupational or Vocational diplomas n Cer tificates of completion, attendance or achievement Source: www.IDEAdata.org, IDEA Part B Exiting, State-Level Data Files Note: Utah has been excluded from this analysis due to quality concerns about data. In three states, (Idaho*, Mississippi, and Nevada) more students with SLD receive a certificate than receive a regular diploma. *Idaho indicated only one diploma option on the NCEO survey, yet reported students in this category on the IDEA Part B data collection. Source: www.IDEAdata.org, IDEA Part B Exiting, State-Level Data Files, 2010-2011 16 | Diplomas at Risk: A Critical Look at the Graduation Rate of Students with Learning Disabilities | www.LD.org How Students with SLD Exit High School Each state’s rate of graduation with a regular diploma, dropping out, and awarding certificates (if applicable) is presented in the table...
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