The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act 20 United States Code (20USC) Section 1400 et seq. and related federal regulations, require a continuum of regional program options to meet students with disabilities needs for special education and related services.
The California Department of Education (CDE) established guidelines for the coordinated development and submission of Local Plan components that ensure this continuum of program options. SELPAs ensure access to special education and services for all students with disabilities residing within the geographic areas served by each Local Plan.
The Alameda Unified School District is a member of the North Region SELPA and below are the SELPA's Local Plan documents.
Section A: Contacts and Certifications for Section D and E (documents stakeholder input, CAC review, SELPA policy board adoption, and county approval.)
Section A: Contacts and Certifications for Section B
Section B: Governance and Administration
Section D: Annual Budget Plan (shows the SELPA's total planned 2022-23 revenues and expenditures. Actuals are clarified after the state 2022-23 budget is approved.)
Section D: Annual Budget Plan Attachments (show the SELPA member districts and SELPA office 2022-23 planned revenues and expenditures. Actuals are clarified after the state 2022-23 budget is approved.)
Section E: Annual Service Plan (Describes special education and related services listed by service code planned for 2022-23. If an IEP team decides a service not on the plan is required, the district will identify and provide a qualified service provider.)
- 200 series is for infants with Individual Family Service Plans (IFSPs)
- 300 series is instructional services
- 400 series are related services
- 500 series are mental health related services
- 610 and 700 series are for students with low incidence disabilities (hearing, vision, and orthopedic)
- 800 series are transition services for students 16 and older
Section E: Annual Service Plan Attachment (Show the services planned to be provided by school site. If an IEP team decides a service not on the plan is required, the district will identify and provide a qualified service provider.)