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Federal statute requires the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) to have in place a State Performance Plan (SPP) that evaluates the State's efforts to implement the requirements and purposes of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) using twenty indicators of compliance and performance. The SPP is also a six-year plan describing how the State will improve performance. The Local Performance Plan (LPP) is aligned with the SPP, but focuses on local education agencies.
Welcome to the opening page for the online Parent Involvement survey.
Please have ready the letter that your school district sent to you. It has important information that you will need to enter in the survey.
After you click on the link below, you will come to a page with two boxes. Enter the parent Username into the Username textbox and the parent Password into the Password textbox when prompted.
I am writing to respond to several questions posed by Kathy Laffin, former Cooperative Educational Service Agency (CESA) 11 Regional Service Network Director, about children who reside in residential care centers (RCCs) and children who are receiving mental health day treatment services. I understand these questions were raised by special education leadership personnel. I will respond to each of her questions. With regard to students who reside in RCCs she asked:
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Special Education
Part B, Sections 611 flow-through grants and 619 preschool grants
These funds were available from February 17, 2009 through September 30, 2011.
The use of support personnel in speech and language programs has expanded to allow SLPs to extend services (i.e., increase the frequency and intensity of services to students on the caseload), focus more on professional-level tasks, increase student access to speech and language programming, and achieve more efficient/effective use of time and resources.