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SPED Team Updates

Welcome Jessica Moe to the Special Education Team!

Jan 04
We are so pleased to share that Jessica Moe will be joining our team on Monday, January 7, as a consultant focused on continuous improvement supports...

The Federal Commission on School Safety (Commission) Report

Dec 20
The Commission released a 177-page report detailing 93 best practices and policy recommendations for improving safety at schools across the country....

Preliminary Federal Notification Packets

Dec 06
DPI released preliminary Federal Notification Packets via SAFE (Secure Access File Exchange) today. The packets provide preliminary identifications...

Special Needs Scholarship Program FAQ Update

Dec 06
The Special Needs Scholarship Program FAQ has been updated and posted to document to the SNSP website. We would like to draw your attention to the...

Special Education Transition Incentive Grants

Dec 06
Districts will soon be receiving notification regarding the Special Education Transition Incentive Grants aid payments. Aid for the Special Education...

Submit ACT Accommodations into the TAA System by January

Dec 06
School staff members submitting ACT accommodations for students should request access to the Test Accessibility and Accommodations System (TAA) as...

REMINDER: December 4, 2018, WISEdata Snapshots

Nov 23
On December 4, 2018, the following WISEdata Snapshots will be taken: 2017-18 Year End Attendance, Discipline & Completion 2018-19 Third Friday...

LEA Determinations

Nov 21
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires the Department of Public Instruction to determine annually if each local educational...

The 2018-19 Forward Exam Accessibility Guide

Nov 15
The Accessibility Guide was released in September. The guide provides information about the universal tools available to all students, and the...

Youth Risk Behavior Survey

Nov 08
DPI has a new system for the Youth Risk Behavior Survey, including new software and standardized survey dates and versions. The improvements should...