Special Education Services
Kent ISD provides many services to our local districts and charter academies. Click on the links below to learn more about the services Kent ISD provides.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Programs
Kent ISD provides deaf and hard of hearing services to students throughout Kent County.
Kent CAN is a grant-funded initiative of Statewide Autism Resources and Training (START) It is a regional collaborative network of the Kent ISD that is working to implement "best practices" for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Annual conference for parents and providers of students with disabilities.
Multi-Tier System of Supports
Multi-Tier System of Supports (MTSS) is a framework to provide all students with the best opportunities to succeed academically and behaviorally in school.
Nonpublic schools are entitled to certain provisions from the public district of location. This page outlines those provisions and provides additional resources.
PASE (Parent Advisors for Special Education)
PASE is a parent group designed to positively impact educational opportunities for children with special needs through parent collaboration and education.
Physical Therapy Services
Kent ISD provides physical therapy services to students throughout Kent County.
School Social Workers
School Social Work is one of the most dynamic practice specialties within the field of social work. Resources for school social workers are available here.
All students leave school to create their adult lives. "Transition" describes that critical transformation and includes the education, legal information, planning, and community connections our special education students need to achieve adult goals.
Traumatic Brain Injury Transition Team (TBITT)
The TBITT Team provides educational resources to educational staff, students with brain injuries (TBI), and their families and peers during the transition from a medical setting to the educational setting.
Visually Impaired Services
Services for educators serving students with visual impairments.