511 IAC 7-26-1
Sec. 1 In making a determination of eligibility for special education under this rule, a student shall not be determined to be a student with a disability if the key factor for such a determination is lack of instruction in reading or math or limited English proficiency, and the student does not otherwise meet the eligibility requirements of this rule.
511 IAC 7-26-3
Sec.3 (a) A communication disorder is characterized by one (1) of the following disorders that adversely affects educational performance:
(1) Articulation disorders that are incorrect productions of speech sounds, including omissions, distortions, substitutions, or additions.
(2) Fluency disorders that are disruptions in the rate of rhythm of speech that occur frequently and are markedly noticeable to the student or listener.
(3) Voice disorders that are abnormal productions of pitch, intensity, resonance, or quality.
(4) Language disorders that are impairments in the comprehension or expression of spoken or written language, including, impairments in one (1) or more components of a language system, such as:
(5) Severe communication deficits that may require the use of an augmentative communication system, such as: