Special Education Subjects Reference--Consent

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  • Information Update Bulletin 10.01 - How Should Districts Respond When Parents Who Share Legal Custody Do Not Agree Regarding Consent for Evaluation or the Initial Provision of Special Education
  • Information Update Bulletin 09.01, School-based Services (SBS) and Medicaid Administrative Claiming (MAC) – Student Confidentiality and Parental Consent
  • Information Update Bulletin 07.02, Parent Consent to Bill Wisconsin Medicaid for Medically-related Special Education and/or Related Services
  • Information Update Bulletin 07.01, Q. #12
  • Parent & Child Rights
  • Special Education in Plain Language: Introduction, For Evaluation, For Placement, For Reevaluation
  • Beginning December 31, 2008, a parent of a child with a disability may revoke consent for the provision of special education and related services. The revocation of consent must be in writing. Upon receipt of the written revocation, the school district must promptly provide prior written notice in accordance with § 300.503 a reasonable time before stopping special education and related services.

    The department has developed two model forms to assist districts in implementing this change in special education law. Form P-5 may be used to document written revocation of consent. Note, however, parents may use other ways of providing written revocation, and this form is not required. P-6 is a form districts may use to provide the required prior written notice. The department has also revised the Model Procedural Safeguards Notice and form P-1 (Determination and Notice of Placement: Consent for Initial Placement).


  • January 30, 2009 Memo: Applicability of Recent Changes in Federal Special Education Law to Approval and Denial of Open Enrollment Applications (specific to revocation of consent)


For questions about this information, contact the Special Education Team, (608) 266-1781.