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Reading Drives Achievement: Procedural Compliance Self-Assessment (RDA:PCSA)

The Reading Drives Achievement: Procedural Compliance Self-Assessment (RDA:PCSA or self-assessment) is one part of DPI's monitoring activities under state and federal special education laws. The goals of the self-assessment are to ensure compliance with selected legal requirements and to improve outcomes for students with disabilities, specifically in reading.

RDA: PCSA Steps & Timeline

 

RDA:PCSA Questions & Answers

 

Go to Self-Assessment Cycle

When is it my LEA's turn?

Every Local Educational Agency (LEA) in Wisconsin must complete the self-assessment based on a five-year cycle. Use the link above to see when your LEA must complete the self-assessment. 

 

Go to Self-Assessment Monitoring Directions & Standards

What are the monitoring directions & standards?

The monitoring directions & standards are used to assess an LEA's compliance with selected requirements in state and federal special education laws. Use the link above to learn more about the requirements and the current focus on reading outcomes.

Go to Conducting the Self-Assessment

How does my LEA complete the self-assessment?

Use the link above to learn about the requirements for completing the self-assessment.

For questions about this information, contact DPI Sped Team (608) 266-1781