Join Fellow LaTEACH Members!
Put on your Purple  
SEAP needs to hear your voice!
November  6, 2014

The Special Education Advisory Panel (SEAP) will meet next week to consider the following issues:
  • State Performance Plan (SPP) Target Setting Process 
    • SPP Targets are used for making determinations of which school districts meet requirements and which need assistance or intervention
  • LAA-1 Eligibility Criteria
  • La. Department of Education guidance to districts on implementation of Act 833
    • Act 833 established alternative pathways for certain students to be promoted and receive credits toward graduation 
Join other LaTEACH members and let SEAP know how you feel about these issues!
DATE:    Wednesday, November 12, 2014

TIME:     9:00 A.M.


PLACE:   Claiborne Building
               1201 N. Third Street
               Baton Rouge, LA  70802


Click HERE to see the agenda for the next SEAP meeting.  

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LaTEACH Regional Leader or email

What To Do?

LaTEACH members are encouraged to attend SEAP meetings and share their thoughts and concerns with SEAP members.  LaTEACH promotes policies and practices to reflect the best interest of ALL students.


LaTEACH members are also encouraged to contact SEAP Members and let them know how you feel.  Send Patsy White, co-chair of SEAP, your thoughts and comments to

Other Meetings & Important Information
Nov 12 (1:00 PM)   Agenda   Act 833 Leadership Steering Committee

Nov 14 (9:00 AM)   Agenda   Superintendents' Advisory Council

The implementation of Act 833 will be discussed at all three of the meetings referenced above.  Act 833  created huge changes regarding how some students with disabilities can graduate. 

Visit for more information about Act 833.
Did You Take Action?
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Please let us know if you plan to attend the SEAP meeting or sent any comments for SEAP to consider by emailing us at
Any questions?
If there are any questions about the information in this alert, contact LaTEACH at:
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Phone: 1-800-450-8108
Phone: 1-800-894-6558

LaTEACH is an initiative of the Louisiana Developmental Disabilities Council.