- 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?
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Rules for eligibility criteria can be found in Wisconsin Administrative Code, Section PI 11.36.
Program Description: A portion of the state set-aside dollars of the IDEA preschool grant are distributed as targeted grants for statewide systems change initiatives to ensure the greatest impact on the maximum number of children in Wisconsin.
Who is Eligible to Apply: An invitation process is used to address initiatives identified by the State Superintendent reflecting identified statewide needs.
Amount of Funds Available: Our FY2012 award is unknown at this time.
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.
Equitable Services Set-Aside - Fiscal Requirements
"How to Determine the Equitable Services Set-Aside Calculation"
This technical assistance document provides an overview of the IDEA regulations on equitable services. Examples are provided on how the calculation must be done and how the funds must be spent. The document also reviews the circumstances in which an LEA may set-aside funds but not be required to spend the entire amount.
26th Annual Conference, November 16-17, 2010
- Keynote Presentation - Educating the Hard to Serve: How Educators Can Make A Difference With Every Child
- Pedro Noguera, PhD
-PowerPoint Presentation-PDF: The Role of Leadership in Building the Capacity of Schools to Meet Student Needs
- Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) Data Systems
- Nicole Beier, Jodi Hubbard, and Justyn Poulos