This document reflects changes in Chapter 115, Wis. Stats., effective May 6, 1998. Following the statutory citations, you will find sections of PI 11, Wisconsin Administrative Code, effective October 1, 1998.
Department of Public Instruction staff presented information about special education incidence rates, special education funding in Wisconsin, and other states' funding systems to the Governor's Task Force on Educational Excellence on November 6, 2003.
The Wisconsin Statewide Parent Educator Initiative (WSPEI) now has available the 2013-2014 training schedule for Parents in Partnership (PIP) and Youth in Partnership with Parents for Empowerment (YiPPE).
2009 Wisconsin Act 250 allows a school district resident to object to the use of a race-based nickname, logo, mascot, or team name by the school board of that school district by filing a complaint with the state superintendent.
The Early and Ongoing Collaboration and Assistance (EOCA) Initiative ended June 30, 2006. Some activities funded through this initiative and through the READS Initiative were continued under the Responsive Education for All Children (REACH) Initiative.