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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.
Attachment for Information Update Bulletin 01.04
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
OFFICE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES
September 10, 2001
Dr. Stephanie J. Petska
Director of Special Education
State of Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
P.O. Box 7841
Madison, Wisconsin 53707-7841
Dear Dr. Petska:
Policies and Procedures
Discrimination, including harassment, may affect student achievement and well being. It may also have an impact on the entire school climate. As a result, it is imperative that school districts have responsive complaint procedures and pupil nondiscrimination policies.
Section PI 9.07 of the Wisconsin Administrative Code requires each school board file annually a pupil nondiscrimination compliance report with the Department of Public Instruction. The report for the 2013-14 school year (July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014) is due December 19, 2014.
The report is submitted electronically. All district administrators will be sent an email containing instructions and a link for submitting the required information.
The report requires the following information: