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State Eligibility Criteria for Educable Mentally Handicapped (EMH) and Trainable Mentally Handicapped (TMH).

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This document presents the definitions and special education eligibility requirements for the categories of educable mental retardation and trainable mental retardation for 13 states. Listings typically cite the appropriate state legislation or regulation, summarize the definition and/or eligibility criteria, and cite the source and its date. The 0tates included are: Alabama, Arizona, Delaware, Florida, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, North Carolina, North Dakota, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and West Virginia. (DB)

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Date:May 28, 1997
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