Wis. Admin. Code Department of Public Instruction § PI 30.05 - Determination of costs

Current through March 28, 2022

(1) The department shall determine the following:
(a) The total number of days of enrollment for each child identified by the applicant, using data reported and certified in the student information system.
(b) The total number of days of enrollment for all children with disabilities enrolled by the applicant, using data reported and certified in the student information system.
(c) A rate for each program, calculated by dividing its costs by the product of the total number of days and the FTE of all the children with disabilities that it served, specifying the portions of the rate that are aid eligible and grant funded.
(d) A rate for specified services, calculated by dividing their costs by the number of days of enrollment for all children with disabilities, specifying the portions of the rate that are aid eligible and grant funded.
(e) The rate at which costs eligible under s. 115.88, Stats., are reimbursed from the funds appropriated under s. 20.255(2) (b), Stats.
(2) The total nonadministrative costs for providing special education and related services to a child are the sum of:
(a) The amount identified for costs particular to the child;
(b) For each program that served the child, the rate under s. PI 30.05(1) (c) multiplied by the product of the number of days and the FTE that the child was served; and
(c) For specified services, the rate under s. PI 30.05(1) (d) multiplied by the total number of days of enrollment for the child.
(3) The nonadministrative costs for providing special education and related services to a child that are eligible for reimbursement under s. 115.88, 115.93, or 118.255, Stats., 20 USC 1400 et seq., or federal medicaid are the sum of:
(a) The amount reimbursed under s. 115.88, 115.93, or 118.255, which is calculated as follows:
1. Take the sum of:
a. The amount of aid eligible costs particular to the child;
b. For each program that served the child, the aid eligible portion of the rate under s. PI 30.05(1) (c) multiplied by the product of the number of days and the FTE that the child was served; and
c. For specified services, the aid eligible portion of the rate under s. PI 30.05(1) (d) multiplied by the total number of days of enrollment for the child.
2. Multiply the sum calculated under subd. 1. by the rate determined under sub. (1) (e).
(b) The amount reimbursed under 20 USC 1400 et seq., which is the sum of:
1. The amount of grant funded costs particular to the child;
2. For each program that served the child, the grant funded portion of the rate under s. PI 30.05(1) (c) multiplied by the product of the number of days and the FTE that the child was served; and
3. For specified services, the grant funded portion of the rate under s. PI 30.05(1) (d) multiplied by the total number of days of enrollment for the child.
(c) The amount of federal medicaid for the child.
(d) The amount of open enrollment revenue for the child.
(4) The nonadministrative costs for providing special education and related services to a child under s. 115.881(1), Stats., that are not eligible for reimbursement under s. 115.88, 115.93, or 118.255, Stats., 20 USC 1400 et seq., or federal medicaid are:
(a) The difference between the total calculated under sub. (2) and the threshold, if positive;
(b) Minus the difference between the amount eligible for reimbursement calculated under sub. (3) and the threshold, if positive.

Notes

Wis. Admin. Code Department of Public Instruction § PI 30.05
CR 06-098: cr. Register May 2007 No. 617, eff. 6-1-07; EmR0816: emerg. renum. from PI 30.04, eff. 5-30-08; CR 08-052: renum. from PI 30.04 Register December 2008 No. 636, eff. 1-1-09. Repealed by, Register April 2017 No. 736, eff. 5/1/2017 Adopted by, CR 19-147: cr. Register May 2020 No. 773, eff. 6-1-20; correction in (2) (b), (c), (3) (a) 1. b., c., 2., (b) 2., 3., made under s. 35.17, Stats., Register May 2020 No. 773, eff. 6/1/2020

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