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Trends and Patterns of Disciplinary Actions and Handling of Pupil Harassment
The number of students expelled from Wisconsin schools has more than tripled between 1996 and 2001. The number of students suspended has risen 34 percent. Data shows that African American students are suspended at a higher rate and for a longer period of time than any other group. Data also indicates that male students are much more likely to be expelled than are female students1.
Sources of Data/Information
This table can be used to identify some of the data and information that will be needed to conduct an evaluation, to identify possible sources, and in making assignments for data collection.
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 2013-14 school year is due February 27, 2015.
The following information has been archived. The following information has not been updated since August 2011.
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: