A district may assign more than one teacher licensed in different areas or one or more teachers and related services staff as a team to provide instruction and related services to pupils in a school-age educational service alternative.
There must be a teacher on the team who is licensed in the disability area of each pupil served by the team.
The team member licensed in a pupil's disability shall be responsible for conducting the pupil's evaluation and participating at team meetings when an IEP is developed, reviewed, or revised. Consultation and indirect services as defined in part 3525.0210 must be provided to the general or special education teacher providing instruction if not licensed in the disability. The frequency and amount of time for specific consultation and indirect services shall be determined by the IEP team.
Pupils may receive instruction and related services from any or all of the team members with appropriate skills. The special education provided by each team member shall be included in the IEP.
October 12, 2007
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