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All sub-recipient employees charged to federal grants must maintain time and effort reporting. It does not matter if it is IDEA funding, or Title funding, Perkins or AEFL - formula or discretionary - any employee funded with federal grants must document the time they spend working on the grant’s objectives to demonstrate that the amount budgeted and claimed is accurate.
- At the beginning of a season for a youth athletic activity, the person operating the youth athletic activity shall distribute a concussion and head injury information sheet to each person who will be coaching that youth athletic activity and to each person who wishes to participate in that youth athletic activity. No person may participate in a youth athletic activity unless the person returns the information sheet signed by the person and, if he or she is under the age of 19, by his or her parent or guardian.
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Family Center on Technology and Disability is a resource designed to support organizations and programs that work with families of children and youth with disabilities. They offer a range of information and services on the subject of assistive technologies.
State law prohibits discrimination against a pupil because of the pupil's:
Section 1511 of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) requires the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Dr. Tony Evers, to certify that any infrastructure investment made with covered funds under the ARRA has received the full review and vetting required by law and that Dr. Evers accepts responsibility that the infrastructure investment is an appropriate use of taxpayer dollars.
Intended Audience: Superintendents, Directors of Special Education, Business Office Staff, and CESA staff.
In the IDEA regulations, districts are responsible for calculating and expending a proportionate share of their flow-through and preschool allocations on parentally-placed private school children who are eligible for special education services. The entire amount that must be set-aside must be spent on equitable services.
Day Treatment Placement by a County - LEA Responsibilities
- A child with a disability's local educational agency (LEA) remains responsible for ensuring the child receives free appropriate public education (FAPE).
- FAPE means the child is provided special education and related services--
- at public expense;
- under public supervision and direction, and without charge;
- meeting the standards of the DPI, including the requirements of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA);