Special Education

Special Education District Developed Service Delivery Plan

by Laurie Thies

The Iowa Administrative Rules of Special Education require that each Iowa school district create a delivery system for special education instructional services.

The content requirements of the plan have been met through a series of five questions:

1.  What process was used to develop the special education delivery system for eligible individuals?

2.  How will services be organized and provided to eligible individuals?

3.  How will caseloads of special education teachers be determined and regularly monitored?

4.  What procedures will a special education teacher use to resolve caseload concerns?

5.  How will the delivery system for eligible individuals meet targets identified in the states performance plan and what process will be used to evaluate the effectiveness of the delivery of eligible individuals?

A committee comprised of parents, general education teachers, special education teachers, an AEA representative, and district administrators met over a series of meetings to develop a plan for eligible individuals in the Lewis Central District that meets the states requirements and addresses best practices in special education instructional delivery.

Click here to view the District Developed Service Delivery Plan for Special Education

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