Contacts by Topic
Email Contacts by Topic
- Alternative Education
- ESEA Report Card Requirements
- Individual Student Enrollment System (ISES) Help Desk
- ISES Year End, Discipline, and Coursework Completion
- National Student Clearinghouse
- School Performance Report
- Special Education District Profiles
- Wisconsin Information Network for Successful Schools (WINSS)
- Wisconsin Student Assessment System (WSAS)
- Wisconsin's Youth Options Programs
- Career and Technical Education
Career and Technical Education focuses on exploration of the self in relation to the world of work. Career & Technical Education better prepares students for all post-high school opportunities. Whether moving on to further education, training or employment, every Wisconsin student moves through curriculum-based career awareness, exploration, planning and preparation leading to a realistic individualized career plan which is compatible with the student's abilities, aptitudes and interests.
Contact Career and Technical Education at:
(608) 267-0360 or by Email
- Community Learning and Partnerships
The DPI Community Learning and Partnerships team brings together staff and programs that focus on helping to build strong communities. The core team includes staff in community education, early childhood education, nutrition education, service-learning, and family-school-community partnerships. Over time, the team has significantly increased interdepartmental and other state connections on partnerships. Our team's vision is that all children will grow up in nurturing, healthy, and safe learning environments in which all families are fully supported in their roles and responsibilities. Our mission is to work with communities to ensure learner success and stronger communities through family - school - community partnerships.
Contact Community Learning and Partnerships at:
(608) 264-9325 or by Email
- Content and Learning
Content and Learning Team stirves to enhance the scope and quality of teaching and learning in Wisconsin schools through leadership, innovation, collaboration, communication, and service.
Contact Content and Learning at:
(608) 266-3706 or by Email
- Office of Educational Accountability (OEA)
The Office of Educational Accountability (OEA) is responsible for meeting the assessment and accountability requirements of state and federal law by setting high standards for student achievement, measuring academic progress, publicly reporting each school's performance annually, and taking action when schools are not making adequate progress.
Contact OEA at:
(608) 267-1072 or by Email
- Special Education
Special Education endeavors to provide statewide leadership, advocacy, technical assistance, and promote collaboration among parents, educators, students, communities and other agencies to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education.
Contact Special Education at:
(608) 266-1781 or by Email
- Student Services, Prevention and Wellness (SSPW)
Student Services/Prevention and Wellness provides statewide leadership and technical assistance for state and federal programs supporting the development, safety, and health of Wisconsin public school students.
Contact SSPW at:
(608) 266-8690 or by Email
- Title I and School Support
Title I and School Support provides statewide leadership and technical assistance for federal and state programs benefiting Wisconsin school children.
Contact Title I and School Support at:
(608) 267-3721 or by Email