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|A7.||How soon after a budget is submitted will it be reviewed?|
|A10.||I dont remember my password for the Special Education Portal. What should I do?|
|E4.||What is the 50% rule?|
|E11.||Where do LEAs report a reduction in required MOE?|
|E16.||What effect does the voluntary expenditure of funds for CEIS have on reducing required MOE using the 50% rule?|
During the week of November 30, 2009, the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) conducted a verification visit to the Department of Public Instruction. The purpose of the visit was to review the States systems for general supervision, collection of State-reported data, and fiscal management. A copy of the OSEP verification letter informing DPI of the results of the visit, as well as DPIs response, and other information is listed below.
[name of public agency]
CONFIDENTIALITY OF PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION OBTAINED THROUGH CHILD FIND ACTIVITIES
[Place prior to any major child find activity]
The Wisconsin Alternate Assessment for Students with Disabilities is the alternate to the Wisconsin Knowledge and Concepts Examinations (WKCE) at 3-8th, and 10th grades. The WAA-SwD is designed for the small number of students with disabilities who are unable to meaningfully participate in the WKCE, even with accommodations. Using the WAA-SwD Participation Checklist, an IEP team will determine whether a student in the tested grades will participate in the WKCE, in the WKCE with accommodations, or in the WAA-SwD.