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Transition from Part C to Part B
Indicator 12: Percent of children referred by Part C prior to age 3, who are found eligible for Part B, and who have an IEP developed and implemented by their third birthdays. For current information regarding this indicator please review the APR.
Presentations and Handouts
TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 2005
|8:30 a.m.|| Daniel Losen - PowerPoint Presentation|
Identifying Special Education Trends, Issues and Legal Requirements Under IDEA 2004: Methods and Analysis
Part I: Racial Disproportionality in Special Education: Measurement, Data Accuracy, and Reporting Issues
Frequently Asked Questions about the Parent Survey Data Collection
You may search this page by General Information, Generating Parent Letters, Who Should Receive a Letter, After Parents Receive Letter, Follow Up, and Data Reports
Question 1: Is our LEA required to conduct a parent survey to collect the data for Indicator 8?
Parent Involvement in Education for Children with Disabilities
The Wisconsin Statewide Parent-Educator Initiative (WSPEI) is a service for parents, educators, and others interested in parent-educator partnerships for children with disabilities.
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Administered by the U. S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights. The information on this page is provided as a service to the public. Since Section 504 is administered by the USDE/Office for Civil Rights, the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction has no enforcement authority for issues arising under Section 504, including interpretation of requirements related to Section 504 plans, services provided under Section 504, or due process procedures about Section 504 issues.