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WATI Assessment Package
The WATI Assistive Technology assessment package is a process-based systematic approach to providing a functional assessment of the students need for assistive technology in their customary environment. This is not a test protocol. This assessment package includes the WATI Assessment forms including the Consideration Guide, Student Information Guide, Environmental Observation Guide, Decision Making Guide, AT Checklist, and Trial Use Guide.
Parentally Placed Private School Data Collection
All school districts are required annually to report on parentally placed private school children through the Special Education Web Portal. Parentally placed private school students are students placed in private schools by their parents and the school district has determined that the student is a student with a disability. The district in which the private school is located submits this data. Student information for the 2012-13 school year is due February 17, 2014.
Disclaimer: Inclusion of a conference or meeting in this list does not constitute endorsement by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction or any of its employees. This list is offered for informational purposes only.
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National Title I Conference
January 27-30, 2007
Long Beach, California
This page provides information on the DPI licensing requirements, schedules for the Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment (EIPA), tools developed to support effective practices, and more.
Federal Special Education Student Reporting - PI2197
By Age Groups/Primary Disability
Wisconsin - December 1, 2003
This diagram depicts the Special Education Team’s general supervision/integrated monitoring system. By “integrated” we mean one part of the system informs another part and all parts work together to form a comprehensive monitoring system. The system is described by the following graphic representation: