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IDEA 2004 UPDATE

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IDEA 2004 UPDATE

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IDEA 2004 UPDATE

NEW IEP RULES

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IDEA 2004

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IDEA 2004

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What’s new?

What changed?

What do I need to know at the next IEP meeting?

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IDEA 2004

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Candy Cooper

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IDEA 2004

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Candy Cooper

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Significant Changes in

Special Education Law

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction,

Special Education Team

presents excerpts from:

idea 2004
IDEA 2004

Topics

  • Evaluation
  • IEP Content/Processes
  • Discipline
  • Due Process Resolution Procedures
  • Private Schools
  • Other
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Parent Consent is Clarified

IDEA 2004

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Parent consent must be obtained for:

  • initial evaluation
  • initial provision of special education services

614(a)(1)(D)

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New Wording Re: Absence of Parental Consent

IDEA 2004

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  • initial evaluation – school can file a request for due process
  • initial provision of special education services – school cannot provide services nor file for due process
60 day timeframe for initial evaluations

IDEA 2004

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60 Day Timeframe for Initial Evaluations

Exceptions

Student transfer

Refusal to make child available

614(a)(1)(c)

reevaluation rules added
Reevaluation Rules Added

IDEA 2004

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  • If reevaluation is warranted
  • If parents or teacher requests
  • Not more than once a year, unless…
  • At least every three years, unless…
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IDEA 2004

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Is Screening the same as Evaluation?

No, it is not.

614(a)(1)(E)

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Response to Intervention and Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD)

IDEA 2004

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  • Discrepancy between achievement and intellectual ability
  • Response to scientific, research-based intervention

614(b)(6)

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PLEP and PLOP are now PLOAAAFP!

IDEA 2004

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  • Academic achievement
  • Functional performance

614(d)(1)(A)(i)(I)

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IDEA 2004

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Participation in Statewide and Districtwide Assessments

IDEA 2004

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  • Why the child cannot participate
  • Why the particular assessment is appropriate

612(a)(16), 614(d)(1)(A)(i)(VI)(bb)

are benchmarks and short term objectives gone
Are Benchmarks and Short Term Objectives gone?

IDEA 2004

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  • No longer required in IDEA
  • Florida: keeping current language in rules.

614(d)(A)(i)(II)

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Progress Reports: What’s Different?

IDEA 2004

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Requirement expanded to include WHEN parents will be informed of their child’s progress.

614(d)(1)(A)(i)(III)

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IDEA 2004

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Transition

Candy Cooper

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IDEA 2004

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Transition

Candy Cooper

new rules for transfer students
New Rules for Transfer Students

IDEA 2004

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  • School districts to treat in-state and out of-state transfers the same and provide FAPE upon enrollment.
  • Promptly obtain the child’s records from previous school.

614(d)(2)(C)(i)(II)

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Transition from Part C

IDEA 2004

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  • At the request of the parent
  • Invitation to the initial IEP meeting

614(d)(1)(D)

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IEP Team Attendance Sometimes Not Required!

IDEA 2004

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  • Area of curriculum or related services not being discussed
  • Area of curriculum or related services will be discussed but submits written input
  • Requires prior written consent from parents

614(d)(1)(C)

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In-Person Attendance Sometimes Not Required!

IDEA 2004

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“…such as video conferences or conference calls…”

  • Parents
  • School / District Personnel
  • By agreement

614(d)(1)(C)

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IEP Team Meeting Sometimes Not Required!

  • After the annual IEP meeting
  • Amend or modify
  • Written document
  • Revised copy upon request

614(d)(3)(D) and (F)

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IDEA 2004

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Evaluations before Change in Eligibility

Yes or No?

  • Summary of academic achievement
  • Summary of functional performance
  • Recommendations to assist student in meeting postsecondary goals

614(c)(5)(B)(i)

parents no longer loaded down with 80 lbs of paper
Parents No Longer Loaded Down with 80 lbs. of Paper!

IDEA 2004

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  • One time a year or
  • Upon initial referral or request for evaluation or
  • Upon the first occurrence of the filing of a due process complaint or
  • Whenever a parent requests a copy.

615(d)(1)(A)

notices now available by electronic mail
Notices Now Available by Electronic Mail

IDEA 2004

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Any notices under IDEA, including:

  • Prior written notice and
  • Notice of procedural safeguards

615(n)

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Resolution Session Before Due Process

IDEA 2004

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  • When parents request a due process hearing
  • Within 15 days
  • Include IEP team members who have specific knowledge of facts

615(f)(1)(B), 615(b)(6)-(7), 615(c)(2), 615(f)(1)(B), 615(f)(3), 615(i)(2)(B); and 615(i)(3)(B).

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Discipline: Alternative Educational Setting

IDEA 2004

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Up to 45 school days:

  • Drugs
  • Weapons
  • Inflicting serious bodily injury (at school, on school premises, or at a school function)

615(k)(1)(G), 615(k)(1)(G)

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Manifestation Determination: Factors Limited

IDEA 2004

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Factors to Consider:

  • Caused by or related to the student’s disability?
  • Direct result of the school district’s failure to implement the IEP?

615(k)(1)(E).

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Placement During Appeals / Expedited Hearing

IDEA 2004

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  • When the conduct is not a manifestation of the child’s disability.
  • Appeals: hearing within 20 school days.
  • Decision: due within 10 school days of hearing.
  • Placement: selected by the school district.

615(k)(4)(B)

new rules for children placed in private schools by their parents
New Rules for Children placed in Private Schools by their Parents

IDEA 2004

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  • Children will be served by the district that the private school is in, even if the child is a resident of a different district.

612(a)(10)

services for children who are homeless
Services for Children who are Homeless

IDEA 2004

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IDEA 2004 clarifies that homeless children

are eligible for services.

612(a)(3)(A), 612(a)(11)(A)(iii), 615(b)(2)(A)(ii), and 615(b)(7)(A)(ii)(II).

assistive technology device defined
Assistive Technology Device Defined

IDEA 2004

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  • Excludes surgically implanted
  • Cochlear implants
other health impaired defined
“Other Health Impaired” Defined

IDEA 2004

UPDATE

  • Asthma
  • Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Diabetes
  • Epilepsy
  • Heart Condition

300.8 (c )(9 )

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“Other Health Impaired” Defined

IDEA 2004

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  • Hemophilia
  • Lead Poisoning
  • Leukemia
  • Nephritis
  • Rheumatic Fever
  • Sickle Cell Anemia
  • Tourette Syndrome
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http://idea.ed.gov/

IDEA 2004

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Candy Cooper

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http://idea.ed.gov/

IDEA 2004

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Candy Cooper

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