Starting in the beginning of next school year, we will be using new forms that the Wisconsin Department of Instruction is publishing. They will contain all of the same information as the old forms, but combining pages together. The biggest change is the I-4 page which links together all of the needs, services, goals, and accommodations. The change is to develop well connected IEPs and to focus on reading achievement as the state's most important focus is Reading Drives Achievement, also known as Results Driven Accountability.
Below are links to sample forms and to a video describing RDA (Reading Drives Achievement)(Results Driven Accountability).
These forms were developed to help the students achieve goals that are closely aligned with the state common core standards and achieve at levels their peers are achieving.