The Preschool Options Project is a DPI funded project that provides training to assist local school districts in developing a range of options in Least Restrictive Environments (LRE) for young children with disabilities. Many districts have a variety of programs within local schools and communities where children with disabilities can receive special education services while learning with typically developing peers. The State of Wisconsin has a goal in the State Special Education Plan to increase services in these community settings. This website shares information related to the project, along with tools and resources to make it happen in your community.
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Download an updated color brochure about the Preschool Options Project.
> The LINK Manual Binder [Web page] This binder provides you with the "manual" and other documentation shared at LINK trainings. [Located in the tools area.]
Preschool Options Reference ListThis list containing over 40 references was updated November 2011 and is available for download in pdf format .
Consultation and Itinerant Resources
As more children receive services in inclusive settings, teachers are finding that they need new skills to be effective in working with adults. This is a list of resources on itinerant teaching and consultation that may be useful. Available for download in pdf format or Word format .
Questions to ask during IEP Meeting to determine Least Restrictive Environment.
Available as a PowerPoint slide presentation.
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