In 1998, Minnesota passed two statutes, 125A.023 and 125A.027, known as the Interagency Services for Children with Disabilities Act. This system is now formally referred to as The Minnesota System of Interagency Coordination (MnSIC) by state and local partners. The purpose of this act is to "… develop and implement a coordinated, multidisciplinary, interagency intervention service system for children ages birth through 21 with disabilities."

Strategic coordinated planning efforts across home, school and community have a big impact on the success of children and youth with disabilities and their families. The Minnesota State Interagency Coordination (MnSIC) system planning initiative helps local school and county boards establish a coordinated service system to support these efforts.

Click here for the MnSIC website