The WISD Special Education Department provides services and programs to support the efforts of 9 local school districts, 14 private school academies and 20 private schools.. In collaboration with these districts, families and students, WISD provides leadership, professional development, program options, transitional services, early childhood supports and early intervention services through Early On, classroom support services, parent support, assistive technology, and legal requirements to ensure the individual needs of all students are addressed.
The Special Education department directly implements services for approximately 300 students with moderate to severe disabilities, emotional disabilities, Deaf/Hard of Hearing Impairments, Visual Impairments from birth to 26 years old as well as Washtenaw County Court Involved Youth Program.
Washtenaw ISD Plan (PDF)
The public school districts in Washtenaw County, working together with Washtenaw ISD, envisions a future whereby all children have equal access and educational opportunity to learn with high expectations, within a meaningful and challenging curriculum, employing a differentiated instructional approach using multiple assessments to gauge student learning.
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Dr. Jennifer Scott-Burton, Executive Director of Special Education
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