District-developed Special Education Plans
The district-developed service delivery plan is a system for delivering instructional services including a full continuum of services and placements to address the needs of eligible individuals ages 3 to 21. All districts are required to develop a district-developed service delivery plan for special education services, which then becomes part of the district’s Comprehensive School Improvement Plan. The delivery system plan is developed in accordance with Iowa Administrative Code rule 41.408 (2) “c.”
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For more information or questions, contact the Heartland AEA regional director who serves your district.