IEP 1: Special Education Basics
Some children may need extra help in school through special education. Special education is for children who have a disability. Schools must follow federal and state laws to decide if
Some children may need extra help in school through special education. Special education is for children who have a disability. Schools must follow federal and state laws to decide if a child is eligible for special education. This module in the Individualized Education Program (IEP) Mini Modules Series covers some of the basics of special education: federal and state laws, the definition of important terms (special education, free appropriate public education, least restrictive environment, individualized education program), eligibility, and the special education timeline.
Participants will be able to identify some special education-related laws.
Participants will be able to describe some special education terms and timelines.
Participants will be able to explain how disabilities and needs relate to eligibility.
Ann Zielke is new to the team at WI FACETS, having joined as the Parent Training and Information Center Trainer in November. As a parent who understands firsthand the complexity of navigating the special education system in Wisconsin, she is passionate about the importance of accessible and informative parent education and training. She is a fierce advocate for her daughter and all children with disabilities, and she looks forward to serving families across the state with WI FACETS.
(Tuesday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm