The odds of enrollment in early intervention services through the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) Part C were 1.5 times higher in states where a health-focused lead agency administered the program, compared to states where the program was administered by an education focused lead agency. In states where the lead agency was neither the health department nor the education department, the odds of Part C enrollment were 2.4 times higher compared to states where the program was administered by an education-focused lead agency. Federal law does not dictate the focus of the agency that administers IDEA . . .