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Federal Special Education Student Reporting - PI2197
By Age Groups/Primary Disability
Wisconsin - December 1, 2002
IDEA 2004 Special Education Paraprofessional Requirements
Under IDEA 2004 612 (A)(14)(B), the Wisconsin Special Education Paraprofessional meets the state requirements of the law through obtaining a Special Education Program Aide License (883).
|A7.||How soon after a budget is submitted will it be reviewed?|
|A10.||I dont remember my password for the Special Education Portal. What should I do?|
|E4.||What is the 50% rule?|
|E11.||Where do LEAs report a reduction in required MOE?|
|E16.||What effect does the voluntary expenditure of funds for CEIS have on reducing required MOE using the 50% rule?|
The DPI expects to receive approximately $102.3 million under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Part B and Preschool Grants Programs to provide special education and related services to children with disabilities. Part B provides funds for children ages 3-21, and the Preschool Grant Program provides funds for children ages 3-5. Funds may only be used for special education. Since summer school programs are not special education, funds may not be used for summer school programs. See Information Update Bulletin No.
Individualized Education Programs
- What is an IEP?
- The IEP has the meaning given in 34 CFR 300.320.
300.320 Definitions related to IEPs. (a) Individualized education program. As used in this part, the term individualized education program or IEP means a written statement for each child with a disability that is developed, reviewed, and revised in a meeting in accordance with ss. 300.321-300.324.
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.
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?