Special Education Resources: Guidance and Forms
PowerSchool Special Education
PowerSchool Special Education (formerly known as TIENET) is the AAESA schools web-based special education student data management system. AAESA is on the same server as KRESA and VBISD. Other ISDs that use PowerSchool Special Education will have a different login.
Special Education Staff Resources
Special Education Staff Binder: Guidance and Forms
Director of Special Education Binder
AAESA Special Transportation DocumentsSpecial Education Request and Referrals
Request for AAESA Ancillary Service
Request for Program Needs Review Meeting
Special Education Assessment Lending Library
Early On and Build Up Michigan Kids Referral
Build Up Michigan Kids - Online Tracking/Follow-Up
The individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) allows Medicaid to reimburse public schools for medically necessary services provided to eligible special education students. The School-Based Services Medicaid Program is designed to ensure that eligible children who receive special education services have access to needed health care.
Medicaid services provided in public schools include programs to address physical, mental and emotional health. Districts are required to notify the family of children who qualify and obtain consent prior to requesting reimbursement from Medicaid. All Medicaid claims for public schools in Allegan County are submitted through the Allegan Area Educational Service Agency.
Special Education Dispute Resolution
Parents and school districts have a number of collaborative options and methods for resolving special education concerns or formal complaints. Please contact Lori Chapman, Assistant Director of Specialized Instruction, to help you understand your rights: (269) 512-7762, email@example.com.
Special Education Problem Solving Process
Due Process Complaint Procedures
Procedural Safeguards Notice
Michigan Alliance for Families
Special Education Mediation Program (MSEMP)
Free program for parents and schools to resolve special education disputes in collaboration call:1-800-8RESOLVE
Laws, Regulations and Rules
In Michigan, three documents provide the legal basis for special education:
Michigan Administrative Rules for Special Ed. (MARSE)
Allegan Area ESA Special Education Plan