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Internal agency documents which represent the federal Department of Education’s interpretation of the applicable statutory and regulatory requirements, frequently in the context of specific facts. They are sometimes very specific and detailed, providing formulas and illustrations to help school administrators, teachers and parents understand legal requirements relating to education.
The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Annual Edition is the codification of the general and permanent rules published by the Federal Register. Title 34, where most education related regulations are codified, is revised each year by July 1st.
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Both the U.S. federal and individual state governments regulate education-related issues. Comprehensive research involves consulting both federal and state laws, regulations, and cases. When using statutes (laws), check how current your source is. Congress and state legislatures amend existing laws frequently. Important education related statutes and laws can be found below.