Chapter PI 11
CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES
PI 11.02 Definitions.
PI 11.07 Transfer pupils.
PI 11.12 Hearing officers.
PI 11.24 Related service: physical and occupational therapy.
PI 11.35 Determination of eligibility.
PI 11.36 Areas of impairment.
PI 11.37 Study and report to the standing committees of the legislature.
PI 11.02 Definitions. In this chapter:
(1) "Adequate fidelity" means the intervention has been aplied in a manner highly consistent with its design, and was provided to the pupil at least 80 percent of the recommended number of weeks, sessions, and minutes per session.
(1m) "Child" has the meaning defined under s. 115.76 (3), Stats.
(2) "Child with a disability" has the meaning defined under s. 115.76 (5), Stats.
(3) "Department" means the Wisconsin department of public instruction.
(4) "Division" means the division for learning support: equity and advocacy which is established under s. 15.373 (1), Stats., and which has the authority granted under s. 115.77, Stats.
(4e) "Evidence-based interventions" means scientific, research-based interventions with substantial evidence of their effectiveness through multiple outcome evaluations.
(5) "Hearing officer" has the meaning defined under s. 115.76 (8), Stats.
(5m)"IDEA" means the individuals with disabilities education act under 20 USC 1400 et. seq.
(6) "Individualized education program" or "IEP" has the meaning defined under s. 115.76 (9), Stats.
(6m) "Intensive interventions" means interventions used with individual or small groups of pupils, focusing on single or small numbers of discrete skills, with substantial numbers of instructional minutes in addition to those provided to all pupils.
(6t) "Intervention" means the systematic use of a technique, program or practice designed to improve learning or performance in specific areas of pupil need.
(7) "Local education agency" or "LEA" has the meaning defined under s. 115.76 (10), Stats.
(8) "Parent" has the meaning defined under s. 115.76 (12).
(9) "Probes" means brief, direct measures of specific academic skills, with multiple equal or nearly equal forms, that are sensitive to small changes in pupil performance, and that provide reliable and valid measures of pupil performance during interventions.
(10) "Progress monitoring" means a scientifically-based practice to assess pupil response to