Yes. Schools would be responsible for providing high-quality special education to all eligible students. Schools could also choose to participate in a voluntary "special education cooperative" to better leverage and coordinate services by pooling resources to purchase shared staff, services, and tools they could not afford individually. During the transition years, the IPS central office would continue to provide support for special education services and could help arrange for a cooperative. After the transition, schools could choose to work with IPS, join the cooperative, or simply provide special education internally. The point would be to allow the schools to decide what works best for their students.