Interagency Coordination

  • Interagency Coordination supports students whose school districts have determined they cannot be appropriately educated in a public setting and who have waited more than 30 days for an educational placement.

    Interagency Coordination promotes a working relationship between the education system, families, and various community agencies in order to provide continuity of care and communication so students and families are able to benefit from available services within their community.

    When it is difficult to determine an appropriate educational placement, the interagency coordinator directly supports collaboration between educators and other child-serving agencies in partnership with families. The coordinator facilitates team meetings, explores/gathers information regarding local child serving agencies, and helps to problem solve service delivery issues.