Preschool Providers

The DOE is committed to creating inclusive preschool classrooms that enable all children to enter kindergarten with a solid foundation for future success. Research shows that inclusive settings promote academic growth, independence, and social-emotional gains for both children with and without disabilities

Preschool special education services are available for children ages 3 to 5 with disabilities or delays in development that affect learning. These services are provided free of charge to eligible children. The Committee on Preschool Special Education (CPSE) is responsible for coordinating the special education process for children 3 to 5 years of age. There are 10 CPSEs in different areas of the city that work with families in the district where the family lives.

Remote Learning Resources

Transitioning from Early Intervention 

Committee on Preschool Special Education (CPSE)

Creating Inclusive Classrooms

Guidance on IEPs

Planning to Support Students with IEPs

Behavior Resources and Supports

Guidance for Operating Special Class and Special Class in an Integrated Setting (SCIS)

Regional Need for Preschool Special Education

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3-K & Pre-K for All Contacts and Resources

Early Learning and Development

Special Education and Early Childhood Professional Organizations


Family Engagement

Social-Emotional Learning

Transitioning to Kindergarten

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