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AGENDA
STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

F. Philip Handy, Chair
T. Willard Fair, Vice Chair
Linda J. Eads, Ed.D.
Charles P. García, J.D.
Julia L. Johnson, J.D.
William L. Proctor, Ph.D.
Linda K. Taylor

1703/1707 Turlington Building
Tallahassee, Florida

March 16, 2004
8:30 a.m.

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Call to Order

Member Questions and Observations

Chairman Phil Handy
Chairman's Report: Chairman Phil Handy
Approval:  
Commissioner's Report: Commissioner Jim Horne
Reports/Updates:  
Chancellor Debra Austin
Chancellor David Armstrong
Chancellor Jim Warford
Paul Senft
Dr. Bill Proctor
Action Items:
  1. Strategic Planning Update
  2. Proposed Rules

  3. Proposed Amendment to Rule 6A-6.030191, Development of Educational Plans for Exceptional Students Who Are Gifted
  4. Proposed Amendment to Rule 6A-6.03020, Specially Designed Instruction for Students Who Are Homebound or Hospitalized
  5. Proposed Amendment to Rule 6A-6.03028, Development of Individual Educational Plans for Students with Disabilities.
  6. Proposed Amendment to Rule 6A-6.030281, Development of Services Plans for Students with Disabilities Enrolled in Private School by their Parents and Provided with Specially Designed Instruction and Related Services by the Local School Board
  7. Proposed Amendment to Rule 6A-6.03029, Development of Family Support Plans for Children with Disabilities Ages Birth through Five Years
  8. Proposed Amendment to Rule 6A-6.03032, Procedural Safeguards for Children with Disabilities Ages Birth through Two Years
  9. Proposed Amendment to Rule 6A-6.0331, Identification and Determination of Eligibility of Exceptional Students for Specially Designed Instruction
  10. Proposed Amendment to Rule 6A-6.03311, Procedural Safeguards for Students with Disabilities
  11. Proposed Amendment to Rule 6A-6.03312, Discipline Procedures for Students with Disabilities
  12. Proposed Amendment to Rule 6A-6.03313, Procedural Safeguards for Exceptional Students Who Are Gifted
  13. Proposed Amendment to Rule 6A-6.03314, Procedural Safeguards for Students with Disabilities Enrolled in Private Schools by Their Parents
  14. Proposed Amendment to Rule 6A-6.03411, Policies and Procedures for the Provision of Specially Designed Instruction and Related Services for Exceptional Students
  15. Charter School Appeals
Commissioner Jim Horne
Consent Items:
  1. Proposed Amendment to Rule 6A-22.001, Definitions.
  2. Proposed Amendment to Rule 6A-22.002, Rehabilitation Provider Qualifications
  3. Proposed Amendment to Rule 6A-22.0031, Reemployment Assessments
  4. Proposed Amendment to Rule 6A-22.006, Screening Process.
  5. Proposed Amendment to Rule 6A-22.010, Reporting Services and Costs: Qualified Rehabilitation Provider and Employer or Carrier Responsibilities
  6. Proposed Amendment to Rule 6A-22.011, List of Forms
Concluding Remarks and Adjournment Chairman Phil Handy
Windows Media Archive of the Meeting