This index lists the most current bulletins first. Some bulletins have been retired because of inaccurate and/or outdated information. As a result, there are gaps in the numbering of the bulletins.
*These bulletins contain useful guidance, but should be reviewed with caution. Some information within the bulletins may be outdated.
|21.02||The Role of Educational Interpreters for Students who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing or Deafblind [Replaces Bulletin 13.03]|
|21.01||Special Education Evaluation|
|20.02||Legal Requirements for Accessible Educational Materials (AEM) for Eligible Students with Disabilities [Replaces Bulletin 18.03]|
|20.01||Additional Services due to Extended School Closures|
|19.01||Supported Decision-Making Agreements|
|18.02||Free Appropriate Public Education|
|18.01||Transportation Questions and Answers [Replaces Bulletin 03.06]|
|14.03||Shortened School Day Bulletin|
|14.01||Wisconsin Medicaid [Replaces Bulletins 07.02 and 09.01]|
[Editorial Note: Q&A 4, 5, and 10, Revised 04-17-2014]
|12.02||The Use of Telespeech as a Service Delivery Method for Speech and Language Services [Editorial Note: Removed Original Q11 Regarding Medicaid, Revised June 5, 2020]|
|11.01||Statewide Services Provided by the Wisconsin Educational Services Program for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing and the Wisconsin Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired [Replaces Bulletins 02.06 and 04.04]|
|10.08||High School Graduation and Students with Disabilities: How Students with Disabilities Meet the High School Graduation Requirements [Replaces Bulletin 01.02; Editorial Note: Revised October 8, 2020]|
|10.07||Describing Special Education, Related Services, Supplementary Aids and Services, and Program Modifications or Supports
[Editorial Note: Question 1 Revised 2-16-2011, Questions 1, 3, 4, 7, and 8 Revised on 3-4-2021]
|10.06||The Use of Student Teachers and Practicum Students in Public School Speech and Language Programs
[Editorial Note: Q&A9 Revised 9-13-2012].
|10.05||Frequently Asked Questions About Special Education Paraprofessionals|
|10.04||Physical Education for Children with Disabilities [Replaces Bulletin 08.01]|
|10.03||Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) in the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) for Preschoolers (age 3-5) with Disabilities [Replaces Bulletins 00.09 and 08.05]|
|10.02||Extended School Year (ESY) Services for Children with Disabilities [Replaces Bulletin 96.01]|
|10.01||Parent Consent Requirements When Parents Who Share Legal Custody Do Not Agree [Replaces Bulletin 4.02]|
|07.01||Addressing the Behavioral Needs of Students with Disabilities [Replaces Bulletin 00.01]
[Editorial Note: Revised 01-2015, Q6 and Q7]
|06.03||Parentally Placed Private School Children with Disabilities [Replaces Bulletins 92.07, 94.07, and 98.01 and 99.07]
[Editorial Note: Q40 revised 2/2010].
[Editorial Note: Q&A3 revised 7/2010].
|06.02||Legal Requirements Relating to Disciplining Children with Disabilities [Replaces Bulletins 94.10, 95.07, 96.02, 97.06, and 00.02]|
|06.01*||Chapter 115, Wisconsin Statutes: Significant Changes in State Special Education Law Effective July 1, 2006|
|03.02||Speech and Language Special Education and Related Services|
|01.04||Office of Special Education Programs Clarification Regarding Independent Educational Evaluations|
|01.01||Educating Blind and Visually Impaired Students; Policy Guidance|
|00.04*||Least Restrictive Environment|
|00.03||Age of Eligibility for Special Education|
|99.02||Independent Educational Evaluations (IEEs)|
|98.04||U.S. Department of Education Notice of Policy Guidance Regarding the Provision of Appropriate Education Services to Children who are Blind or Visually Impaired and National Agenda for the Education of Children and Youth with Visual Impairment, including those with Multiple Disabilities|