The special education team collects and processes data on special education programming required in Wisconsin Statutes, Chapter 115, and for reporting requirements under the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act 2004 and as required under the No Child Left Behind Act. Much of the student-specific data is collected through the Individual Student Enrollment System (ISES).
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Federal Special Education Student Reporting
By Age Groups/Primary Disability
Wisconsin - October 1, 2011
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School District Efforts to Achieve Equality of Educational Opportunity and Nondiscrimination
Many districts have developed and implemented school improvement plans through funding from programs such as Carl Perkins, IASA, or Goals 2000. Districts will have the opportunity to discuss these efforts and highlight achievements. Districts will be asked to evaluate the overall effectiveness of these and other efforts in achieving pupil nondiscrimination and equality of educational opportunity.
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The passage of 2005 Wisconsin Act 258, effective July 1, 2006, eliminated the requirements for the Special Education Plan in Chapter 115. In order to receive federal IDEA flow-through and preschool entitlement funds, districts will now complete the local performance plan. If you have bookmarked this page, please change your bookmark to the local performance plan page at http://sped.dpi.wi.gov/sped_lpp.