Total Special Education Systems

The Total Special Education Systems (TSES) Manual

The Total Special Education Systems (TSES) Manual is designed to assist districts in achieving compliance with special education mandates and funding requirements.

The TSES Manual includes (1) descriptions of policies that local school districts are required to develop; (2) supplemental items that demonstrate compliance; and (3) relevant laws and regulations.

PLEASE NOTE:  Since federal regulations and state laws and rules continue to undergo changes, the TSES Manual includes references to laws that may, at times, conflict.  Whenever that occurs, if federal law is more restrictive than state law, it supersedes state law, but if state laws are more proscriptive, then they supersede federal law.

Section 1: Due Process Procedures
Section 2: Special Procedures
Section 3: Due Process Rights
Section 4: Eligibility Criteria
Section 5: Program Standards
Section 6: Definitions
Section 7:  504 Plans

Faribault Public Schools Restrictive Procedures Plan  

Schools that intend to use restrictive procedures are required to maintain and make publicly accessible a restrictive  procedures plan for children.

Restrictive procedures mean the use of physical holding or seclusion in an emergency.

An emergency means a situation where immediate intervention is needed to protect a child or other individual from physical injury.

Restrictive procedures may be used only in response to behavior that constitutes an emergency, even if written into a child's Individual Education Program or Behavior Intervention Plan.

Restrictive Procedures Plan

 

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