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The permanent rule for Significant Developmental Delay is now in effect. Individualized Education Program (IEP) teams may now consider identifying SDD as a disability category for children ages 3 through 9, for both initial and reevaluations. Other suspected disability categories still need to be considered before identifying a child's disability category as SDD. If a child's 3 year reevaluation is not due, children who are 6 may continue to receive special education and related services under the category of SDD.
Data as of: October 17, 2008
Federal Special Education Student Reporting - PI2197
By Age Groups/Primary Disability
Wisconsin - December 1, 2004
|Age 3-5||Age 6-11||Age 12-17||Age 18-21||Total|
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.
- Did the district fail to have an administrative representative present at the student's individualized education program (IEP) meetings on March 14, 1996, and June 3, 1996?
- Did the district fail to include a statement regarding community experiences in the student's IEP, dated March 14, 1996?
- Did the district fail to invite the student to his IEP meetings on March 14, 1996, and June 3, 1996?
Rules for eligibility criteria can be found in Wisconsin Administrative Code, Section PI 11.36.
- Wisconsin Statewide Parent-Educator Initiative (WSPEI): is a service for parents, educators, and others interested in parent-educator partnerships for children with disabilities.
- Wisconsin FACETS: Our mission is to provide and broaden opportunities that enhance the quality of life for children and adults with disabilities and their families, with emphasis on support for underserved families in the community.