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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.
Identification of Children with Significant Developmental Delays (SDD)
Public hearings to consider changes in the eligibility criteria for SDD have been conducted during September and October of 2007. Comments are being summarized. Until statutory changes are made, the current rule and guidance remains in effect.
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?