1. Describing Special Education, Related Services, Supplementary Aids and Services, and Program Modifications and Supports in the IEP
2. Self-Assessment Procedural Compliance
Every 5 years each school district in Wisconsin goes through a Self-Assessment Procedural Com
pliance to determine IEP and Evaluationcompliance with federal and state guidelines.
Attached is the most recent review checklist from DPI which is dated August 17, 2015. This is DPI's guidelines for conducting evaluations, writing IEPs, and discipline.
3. A Guide for Writing IEPsDepartment of Public Instruction developed this "A Guide for Writing IEPs" back in 2010. However it does include:
- Sample IEPs for students at each level
- How to write measurable and annual IEP goal statements
- Present Level of Academic Achievement and Functional Performance
- IEP Program Summary
- IEP Checklist
- and more
4. Results Driven Accountability
DPI will be focusing on "Results Driven Accountability" requirements with the greatest impact on improving outcomes for students with disabilities especially in the area of reading for the next round of the Self Assessment of Procedural Compliance. I have attached these proposed outcomes that need to be addressed and written into the IEPs.