What is the purpose and function of the Madison SEPAG?

The Madison SEPAG gives parents the opportunity to provide direct input to their school district about policies, programs, practices, and services that have an impact on students with disabilities and their families.

Who can be a member of the Madison SEPAG?

Parents are the core members of a SEPAG. This includes parents of children with disabilities who are eligible for or receiving services under an IEP or 504 plan; who are educated in schools within or outside of the student’s home district. Parents do not need special training or background knowledge to be a member of a SEPAG.

An effective SEPAG that uses parental input can:

Help improve educational outcomes and well-being for all students, including those with disabilities;

Help identify unmet needs;

Help shape the development of programs, services, and policies; and,

Improve district culture and climate.

How do I become a member?

Membership of the Madison SEPAG is free and open to all parents of children with disabilities who receive services through an IEP or 504 plan. Simply follow the link to join our directory and be included in details on upcoming events and initiatives from the SEPAG. Join Here