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Exceptional Student Education

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Select Exceptional Student Education (ESE). 


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Services are provided to students who have been found eligible for ESE programs including the following:

  • Specific Learning Disabled

  • Intellectually Disabled

  • Emotional Behavioral Disabled

  • Deaf or Hard of Hearing

  • Visually Impaired

  • Physically Handicapped

  • Speech Impaired

  • Language Impaired

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder

  • Gifted

Related services include educationally relevant Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy.

The ESE program is funded from state, federal and local allocations. Policies, programs, and procedures are established in accordance with state and federal regulations and requirements.


Exceptional Student Education (ESE) services are provided at all schools. The majority of students receive their education at their neighborhood school. Although all Brevard Public Schools offer a continuum of services to support the needs of students requiring ESE services, some students who require the supports of a separate class setting may access a classroom that meets their individual needs in accordance with the feeder plan for their neighborhood school.


The latest Student Progression Plan for Exceptional Student Education is available on our site.

Upon graduation, each student should be able to follow post-graduation activities as written in their Transition Plan.

As a possible option for students who may choose Adult Education, classes have been established in three areas of the county for students with disabilities.  Additional classes are accessed through the Pathways to Learning program at the Adult Education Sites.



Brevard Public Schools honors and celebrates the diversity that is found in the minds of our students, parents and staff. These differences call us to assess individuals’ strengths and use them to overcome challenges. It is our goal that all of our students will learn to maximize their strengths and become successful self-advocates for their own learning. As we move forward, all BPS stakeholders should use this resource to help them meet the needs of our students with dyslexia and other learning differences.

The toolkit, linked below, is designed to be a “living document” where updated research and resources will be added on an ongoing basis. The Accessibility Toolkit supports the district’s Top 5 Priorities in the areas of Early Literacy, College and Career Readiness and Social Emotional Support for all Students.

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New Online Tool to Empower and Inform Florida Families The Florida Department of Education announces a new website that will help Florida families make critical education decisions by enabling them to access school and district-level data. The website will also better inform families about the state's college-and career-ready standards and the quality of learning taking place in their students' classrooms. One of the website's primary functions is the school performance search tool, which enables parents to search by district, zip code and city, and then compare school and district data. In addition to performance data, the website provides information relevant to current and future students of all ages and includes easy to-find information about the Florida Standards, school and district performance results in core subjects; educator effectiveness; and graduation and postsecondary statistics. To view the website, go to