Florida Diagnostic and Learning Resources System
The Florida Diagnostic and Learning Resources System (FDLRS) is a discretionary project of the Florida Department of Education (FLDOE) Bureau of Exceptional Education and Student Services (BEESS). BEESS directly supports the FLDOE's Guiding Principles and Strategic Initiatives.
FDLRS Crown Associate Center provide an array of instructional and technical support services to Clay, Duval and Nassau county school districts Exceptional Student Education programs. The four central functions of FDLRS Crown Associate Center are Child Find, Parent Services, Human Resource Development, and Technology.
FDLRS network includes 19 Associate Centers that serve Florida's sixty-seven school districts. These centers collaborate with districts, agency and support personnel, administrators, and students with exceptionalities. Funding also supports implementation of the BEESS Portal to Professional Development Alternatives (PDA). PDA online courses are designed to provide Florida teachers with widely available, easily accessible opportunities to increase their skills in the area of exceptional student education. In support of sustaining highly qualified educators, the Statewide Elementary K-6 and the Middle Grades 5-9 Online Content Review courses are also coordinated through the FDLRS Network