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Training Webinar One Pager: Timeline for Initials February 2010 Michigan Department of Education Office of Special Education & Early Intervention Services

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Training Webinar One Pager: Timeline for Initials February 2010 Michigan Department of Education Office of Special Education & Early Intervention Services

WEBINAR PROTOCOL : 

WEBINAR PROTOCOL 2 Phones Are Muted Upon Entry Tools to Use During Webinar Chat Tool Question and Answer Chat Tool

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Individualized Education Program Within 30 school days* Counted from the date the district receives the Parental Consent to Evaluate to completion of the IEP (the time to complete the Evaluation A Multidisciplinary Evaluation Team (MET) conducts the initial evaluation. Within 10 calendar days Counted from the date the district receives the referral. Parental Consent to Evaluate A district must contact parents when a referral is received and request parental consent to evaluate a child suspected of having a disability. Anytime Referral A child suspected of having a disability is referred for special education programs and services by contacting school district personnel. Annually; Ongoing Public Awareness School districts must inform the public about available special education programs and services and how to access those programs and services. This is part of the district’s Child Find responsibility. Timeline Activity Michigan Special Education One Pager: Timeline for Initials Initial evaluations and initial individualized education programs (commonly referred to as ‘initials’) are activities undertaken for a child who is not currently receiving special education services. These special education policies are required under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and the Michigan Administrative Rules for Special Education (MARSE). Purpose 3

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Michigan Special Education One Pager: Timeline for Initials Initial evaluations and initial individualized education programs (IEP) are activities undertaken for a child who is not currently receiving special education services. 4

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Michigan Special Education One Pager: Timeline for Initials 5 1. Public Awareness 2. Referral 3. Parental Consent to Evaluate 4. Evaluation and 5. IEP 8. Implementation 6. Notice to Parent of Intent to Implement 7. Parental Consent for Provision of Programs and Services

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1. Public Awareness 6

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2. Referral 7

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3. Parental Consent to Evaluate Notice − Parental Consent to Evaluate 8

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4. Evaluation and 5. IEP 9

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Michigan Special Education One Pager: Timeline for Initials 10

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6. Notice of Intent to Implement of Intent to Implement the IEP 11

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7. Consent for Programs and Services 12

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8. Implement 13

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Michigan Special Education One Pager: Timeline for Initials 14

Question and Answer : 

Question and Answer 15

Contact Information and Links : 

Contact Information and Links MDE, OSE-EIS 517-373-0923 www.michigan.gov/ose-eis Michigan Special Education One Pager: Timeline for Initials http://www.michigan.gov/documents/mde/OSE-EIS_Policy_Timeline_for_Initials_301768_7.pdf 16

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This presentation is made possible through an Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Mandated Activities Project awarded by the Michigan Department of Education. The Michigan Department of Education complies with all federal laws and regulations prohibiting discrimination and with all requirements and regulations of the U.S. Department of Education. 17