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  October 5, 2010

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2010 WVAGT Conference
October 22-23, 2010
Lakeview Resort
Morgantown, WV

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NAGC Convention
November 10-13, 2010
Georgia World Congress Ctr.
Atlanta, GA

 

WV - Frequently Asked Questions


Teacher Preparation

Marshall University

Program requirements

West Virginia University

Program requirements


 

 
      
 From the Office of Special Programs
 Reevaluations
 
      Our state special education policy requires, within three years of the date of the last Eligibility Committee (EC) meeting, the school district shall conduct, as appropriate, an individual multidisciplinary reevaluation which includes review of the current IEP and the student's progress in meeting annual goals, current classroom-based and state assessments, and observations by teachers and related service providers. This team may conduct its review with or without holding a meeting but must document its decisions on the Reevaluation Determination Plan.

     The district must reevaluate a student with a disability before determining that the student is no longer eligible for special education services. For students identified as gifted, a reevaluation must be conducted during the eighth grade year to determine eligibility for Exceptional Gifted (EG) in grades nine through twelve. The Reevaluation Determination Plan may determine that current evaluation exists and no additional evaluation is warranted.
    
     Students may ONLY be exited from gifted education services in the eighth grade when not eligible for exceptional gifted in grades 9-12 or any time the parent revokes consent for continued provision of gifted education. Also, in the eighth grade, the county should not exit a student from gifted education services in WVEIS until June 1 for data purposes.

      
      
      
Highlighted Site

     The highlighted site in this issue is Izzit.org. The daily current events include discussion questions. Teachers may choose to receive these events automatically by email - free- and/or may upgrade to receive videos.


      
Additional Resources

National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC)

National Research Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development


 
West Virginia Department of Education
Office of Special Programs, Extended and Early Learning
Building 6, Room 304
1900 Kanawha Blvd. E.
Charleston, WV 25305
Gifted education teachers in West Virginia receive this newsletter bi-weekly from the West Virginia Department of Education. To change your e-mail address or update your information, please email Vickie Mohnacky at vmohnack@access.k12.wv.us or call (304) 558-2696.