- Properly determined the student's placement for the 2003-2004 school year; and
- Between September 2 and October 20, 2003, improperly excluded the student from school and did not implement her IEP.
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- Whether the district properly supervised a male aide trained by an outside consultant to work with the student.
- Included needed positive behavioral interventions, strategies and supports;
- Improperly changed portions of the IEP not revised by the team; and
- Developed a proper placement.
- failed to follow required procedures when the district suspended a child with a disability more than ten days during the school year; and
- failed to implement the child's behavior intervention plan following its development early in 2003.
- failed to include on the individual education program (IEP) team a representative of the local educational agency (LEA) and a regular education teacher; and
- failed to develop appropriate goal statements.
On June 8, 2007, the Department of Public Instruction received a complaint under state and federal special education law from XXXXX against the Milwaukee Public Schools. This is the departments decision regarding that complaint. The issue is whether the district properly considered the parents concerns for enhancing the education of his child during an individualized education program (IEP) team meeting conducted in June 2007.