Special Education Leadership

Overview

Help all students reach their full potential, in the least restrictive environment.

The CESA 6 Special Education Leadership and Support Services team provides a variety of administrative and support services and structures tailored to the needs of students with disabilities. The team provides each district and each building principal with a team of administrative and support staff to assist the district in the provision of quality services to children, provide direction support to staff, and implement the Special Education process and procedures as called for in IDEA and Chapter 115.

How We Can Help


Districts who join the CESA 6 Special Education Leadership Consortium receive:  

  • A CESA 6 Director of Special Education who provides overall direction, organizational format, and budgetary responsibility for the services;
  • A CESA 6 District Director of Special Education who oversees the local service arrangements for students, working in coordination with CESA 6 Executive Director of Special Education, the school district administrative team and the designated school district staff member;
  • Program support staff who have extensive expertise in various disability areas enable IEP teams in the building to address the unique needs of the children served and assist teachers in regular and special education classes to implement the strategies, programs and methodologies to address the needs of the students.


The CESA 6 Special Education Leadership Consortium will:

  1. Administer, supervise, and coordinate Special Education instructional personnel for all aspects of programs and services for children with special education needs including:

  • Autism;
  • Deaf and hard of hearing;
  • Seriously emotional/behavior disordered;
  • Specific learning disabilities;
  • Cognitive disabilities;
  • Traumatic brain injury;
  • Orthopedically impaired;
  • Other health impaired;
  • Blind and visually impaired;
  • Speech and language disorders;
  • Early childhood education;
  • Transition.
  1. Provide a comprehensive continuum of coordinated programs and services for children with Special Educational Needs, including communication channels for the interface between special and regular education, parents and outside agencies.

  2. Develop policies, guidelines and procedures for confidentiality of student records, DPI audit reports, parent rights brochures, IEP process, forms and report procedures, reporting DPI mandated district plan for Special Education, and other reports required by the District Administrator.

  3. Consultation regarding any and all aspects of Special Education, including but not limited to:

  • Parent and school district rights and responsibilities
  • Due process;
  • Child find;
  • Least restrictive alternatives;
  • Private school children.
  1. Develop and coordinate federal funded special education programs, such as:

  • I.D.E.A. Flow Through;
  • I.D.E.A. Discretionary;
  • I.D.E.A. Preschool Entitlement.
  1. School based services billing/reimbursement

  • Main Office & All Mail:
  • 2935 Universal Ct
  • Oshkosh, WI 54904
  • Phone: 920-233-2372
  • Fax: 920-236-0580
  • Conference Center
  • 2300 State Road 44
  • Oshkosh, WI 54904
  • Phone: 920-233-2372
  • Fax: 920-424-3478