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1989 SENATE BILL administrative rules area children August August 16 August 30 Bill creates bill drafts Bill requires Brancel child child's parent children at risk Children in Need Coggs Committee on Targeted Committee received testimony criteria Current Law curriculum modifications Czarnezki and Buettner December 15 Department of Public education programs Engelke Ereth exceptional educational needs February federal grants Fellrath funds gray area children Hales Corners intellectual functioning Law Under current LEARNING ASSISTANCE GRANT learning disabilities Legislative Council M-team Madison meeting MEMO Milwaukee Public Schools Noes Notestein Oconomowoc parent or guardian program for children program or curriculum programs and services Public Member Malloy Public Members Consiglio pupils recommend for special Reps Rohan and Vergeront Rollo school board school performance SENATE BILL 117 Sens Special Committee special education categories special education students Staff Stevens Point Stormo Targeted Educational Services Turba Ungrodt and Young vote of Ayes Whitnall School District Wisconsin Department WLCS
Page 13 - D. STAFF MATERIALS The Appendix lists all materials received by the Special Committee. The following documents, prepared by Legislative Council Staff, may be of particular interest.
Page i - GARY R. GEORGE Milwaukee DAVID HELBACH Stevens Point RICHARD T. KREUL Fennimore RODNEY C. MOEN Whitehall JOSEPH STROHL Racine REPRESENTATIVES DAVID E. CLARENBACH Madison MARCIA P. COGGS Milwaukee STAN GRUSZYNSKI Stevens Point THOMAS HAUKE West All is WALTER J.
Page 11 - February 1, 1989 meeting, the Special Committee discussed and recommended to the Legislative Council a series of bill drafts relating to targeted educational services.
Page 8 - The membership of the Special Committee was appointed by July 1 and July 20, 1988 mail ballots and consisted of two Senators, seven Representatives and nine Public Members.
Page 8 - Intended, in part, to address the following issues raised in testimony to the Special Committee and by Special Committee members: 1. The reliance on "labels" to classify students has not resulted in the most appropriate educational programs.
Page 8 - Services by a May 25, 1988 mail ballot, based on an April 29, 1988 letter from Representative Barbara Notestein and a May 11, 1988 letter from Senator Joseph J.
Page 7 - ... the relationship between youth suicide and the use of alcohol and controlled substances; and available community youth suicide prevention and intervention services.
Page 11 - Bill 117 is a combination of two bill drafts which were separately approved and then incorporated into a single bill by the Special Committee on Targeted Educational Services at its February 1, 1989 meeting.