Federal statute requires the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) to have in place a State Performance Plan (SPP) that evaluates the State's efforts to implement the requirements and purposes of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) using 20 indicators of compliance and performance. The SPP is also a six-year plan describing how the State will improve performance. The Web Portal enables the Department to monitor and evaluate LEA efforts as measured by the indicators in the State Performance Plan.
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27th Annual Conference, November 15-16, 2011
- Keynote Presentation - Hot Topics in Special Education Law: The Top Three Issues Educators Face Today
- Julie J. Weatherly, Esq.
-Handout: The Top Three Hot Issues Educators Face Today in Special Education: RtI/Child-find, Service Animals and Disability Harassment
- Wisconsin Culturally Responsive School-Wide PBIS Framework
- Aydin Bal
The 2006 State Superintendent's Conference on Special Education and Pupil Services Leadership Issues will be held at the Exhibition Hall at the Alliant Energy Center.
When you enter the parking area of the Alliant Energy Center, there will be parking attendant booths. You do not need to pay the parking fee. Tell them you are participating in the "DPI Fall Leadership Conference." Enter the Exhibition Hall by the doors on the far right for the nearest entrance to the conference.
In making state determinations, OSEP uses compliance and results data, giving equal weight to each. OSEP’s accountability framework, called Results Driven Accountability (RDA), brings into focus the educational results and functional outcomes for children with disabilities while balancing those results with the compliance requirements of IDEA.
IDEA details four categories of determination: