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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
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.
Assessing Students Needs for Assistive Technology (ASNAT) Fifth Edition
ASNAT is designed to help educational teams assess a students need for assistive technology. ASNAT provides a wealth of information about assistive technology. The first chapter explains the assessment procedure and forms that the Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative (WATI) has developed to support school teams as they engage in the assessment process. Subsequent chapters provide detailed information on specific categories of AT.
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National Title I Conference
January 27-30, 2007
Long Beach, California
The 2013-2017 Wisconsin State Personnel Development Grant (SPDG) has been developed to support schools with very low subgroup performance for students with disabilities, or those with the most significant gaps between the student with disabilities subgroup and the statewide averages for the students with disabilities subgroup on statewide assessments.
The department has clarified its guidance on student residency for the purpose of compulsory school attendance and fiscal responsibility, and has developed procedures for LEAs to use with respect to providing FAPE to students with disabilities in county jails, detention centers, hospitals, or residing in other settings considered a “children's home” under Wis. Stat. §121.79(1)(a). There is separate and specific guidance for students residing in Residential Care Centers (RCCs).