When contracting for evaluations or special education services, a district shall contract with personnel who hold appropriate licenses issued by the Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board or commissioner of education. If either the board or commissioner does not issue a license for a necessary service, the district shall contract with personnel who are members in good standing of professional organizations that regulate the conduct of its members and set standards for that profession.
A school district may provide direct or indirect special education services by district special education staff to a pupil attending a community-based program. A school district may contract for special education services with a community-based program if the program meets Department of Education rules.
August 21, 2017
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