Special Education Support Forms & Guidance
Special Education in MichiganStudents are eligible for special education and/or related services if they have been evaluated and determined by the district (with input from the parent) to have a cognitive impairment, emotional impairment, hearing impairment, visual impairment, physical impairment, other health impairment, speech and language impairment, early childhood developmental delay, specific learning disability, severe multiple impairment, autism spectrum disorder, traumatic brain injury, or deaf-blindness. Special Education in Michigan is regulated by the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and the Michigan Administrative Rules for Special Education (MARSE).Gratiot-Isabella RESDIn an effort to build an integrated system to implement requirements and practices that are compliant AND focused on results for students, the Gratiot-Isabella RESD will provide guidance to local districts through an RESD wide IEP system (EdPlan), Easy IEP Help Desk, professional development opportunities, focused staff training, individual local support and access to written guidance documents.
For more information contact:Leanne BartonISD Monitor989-433-2962 ext. email@example.com