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Parent/Educator Workshop – IEP’s
February 11 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Please join ASFV in welcoming Tim Borud from CESA 6. Tim is the WSPEI Family Engagement Coordinator for the CESA 6 region and he will present information about College and Career Ready IEPs (which are basically Wisconsin’s version of the IEP process).
Specific information to be covered:
* IEP team member rights and responsibilities
* Educational supports
* Seclusion and restraint
* Any legal updates
* Answers to questions about your child’s IEP, and more.
Please register for this event: https://forms.gle/RoMnEn2UaGTrRZNP8
What is meant by CCR IEPs? Basically it’s the framework of the IEP that your child likely already has in place.
CCR IEPs provide a framework for IEP teams to
explore beliefs and attitudes regarding students
with disabilities, build knowledge and skills in order
to evaluate and plan special education services,
and examine systems and practices which support
students, families, and educators.
Being “College and Career Ready” is the Department
of Public Instruction’s (DPI) goal for all students.
It means all students in Wisconsin graduate from
High School academically prepared and socially and
emotionally competent by:
• Possessing and demonstrating proficiency in
• The ability to apply knowledge through skills such
as critical thinking, communication, collaboration,
• Having habits and behaviors such as perseverance,
responsibility, adaptability, and leadership