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If a student is found to have an impairment, the Individualized Education Program (IEP) team must also determine whether the student has a need for special education.
The Wisconsin Personnel Development System (WPDS) is a dynamic system designed to reform and improve personnel preparation and professional development systems for teachers, principals, administrators, related services personnel, paraprofessionals, early intervention personnel and parents and improve results for children with disabilities. The WPDS will meet this challenge by addressing these three goals:
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.