This Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) training webcast was designed to introduce viewers to traumatic brain injury and its impact on learning and behavior. Material covered includes basic definitions, information on brain structures and their functions, common problems seen in school, steps to educational evaluation and programming, and additional resources. This webcast is meant only to be an introduction to brain injury--a starting point for those interested in understanding brain injury and in creating effective educational interventions.
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National Title I Conference
January 27-30, 2007
Long Beach, California
The DPI expects to receive approximately $102.3 million under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Part B and Preschool Grants Programs to provide special education and related services to children with disabilities. Part B provides funds for children ages 3-21, and the Preschool Grant Program provides funds for children ages 3-5. Funds may only be used for special education. Since summer school programs are not special education, funds may not be used for summer school programs. See Information Update Bulletin No.
|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?|
Identification of Children with Significant Developmental Delays (SDD)
According to the Wisconsin Administrative Code (PI 11.36 (11)), Significant developmental delay means children, ages 3, 4 and 5 years of age or below compulsory school attendance age, who are experiencing significant delays in the areas of physical, cognition, communication, socialemotional or adaptive development....
A county or state agency placing a child in a Resdiential Care Center (RCC) must:
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This is Component SPP B and C