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1 Whats New with Special Education Data? (…and Reminders for what is not new!)

2 We still have… The Office of Special Education (OSEP) Tables – Table 1 – Child Count (last Fri. October) – Table 2 – Special Education Personnel (December) – Table 3 – Environments (last Friday in October) – Table 4 – Exits(Final pull – Oct 1 for 08/09) – Table 5 – Discipline(Final pull – Oct 1 for 08/09) – Table 6 – Academic achievement (Feb 1 – Annual Report) – Table 7 – Due Process (DPA completes – Nov. 1) And now we also have: – Table 8 - Early Intervention (Coming Attraction )

3 We have a better way to report!! NASIS!! Steps: – Find student (left panel) – Click on most recent enrollment – Find the BIE enrollment section – Enter special education status 1 if not now or ever special education 2 if referred – must complete assessment within 60 days of permission 3 receiving services 4 exited from services – complete reason and date – Enter primary disability – Enter special education setting

4 More NASIS Make sure all other information is correct – Discipline with incidences, resolutions and dates as needed – Complete Exit data – Homeless checked if appropriate – Limited English Proficiency data – Graduation data if appropriate – All other basic data is correct – For Spring 2010 graduates data will be from NASIS

5 NEW - Early Intervention On the BIE enrollment tab – Put a check in the Intervening Services box if – You are using special education dollars to provide services – Table 8 will require reporting this information

6 NEW – High Quality Teachers Enter High Quality Teacher (HQT) information into NASIS Will be found under census School must keep paper record of qualifications Teacher must meet the HQT requirements for teaching the class to which they are assigned

7 Forms in NASIS IEP forms now on NASIS – yea!!! Please complete the forms as indicated Forms are data entry points Work with system administration to make sure right people have right level of access Remember confidentiality – few people will need this access

8 Right Now… Discipline 618 regulations Remove to an Interim Alternative Education Setting Suspensions / expulsions By gender and ethnicity Exits No longer receives services Transferred – proof ( end grade a school) Dropped out Graduated Certificate Maximum age Died

9 Why do we do all this? Basic student roster Federal Reporting requirements Funds distribution ISEP Titles Part B Most Important: To give guidance for instructional planning

10 Trends over time… School Year 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 Number of students with IEPs 7,998 7,465 6,918 7,057 6,724

11 Enrollment

12 Where are these students served?

13 Think About Where are students served at your school What impact would the total number have on the year to year change in % Things to consider when determining service LRE – Individual needs – Limiting amount of time away from peers but also meeting special education needs – How can time in regular classroom be increased without denying services

14 Graph 1. Graduation Two Year Trend:

15 Graduation Rate..Why Different? BIE moved to the Cohort concept all states must use. Last year - first attempt at verifying the data Next data year data will be taken from NASIS GOAL: To reduce gap between the all students category and the SWD category Formula: _____#_graduates___________ 9 th grd (fall 4 yrs prev.) + (trans. in 9 th, 10 th, 11 th, 12 th) – (trans. out +decea.)

16 2007-2008 Reading Achievement Number of Students Participatio n Rate Basic % Proficient % Advanced % Proficient + Advanced % All Students20954 96.57% 61.60% 35.60% 2.80% 38.40% Males10476 96.40% 66.19% 31.19% 2.61% 33.81% Females10478 96.74% 57.02% 40.00% 2.98% 42.98% Race and Ethnicity Native American 20954 96.57% 61.60% 35.60% 2.80% 38.40% Other Groups IEP3700 98.30% 83.97% 14.57% 1.46% 16.03% Limited English Proficient 7625 90.19% 74.28% 24.97% 0.76% 25.72%

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18 2007-2008 Mathematics Achievement Number of StudentsParticipation RateBasic %Proficient %Advanced % Proficient + Advanced % All Students14711 96.78% 64.98% 30.83% 4.19% 35.02% Males7351 96.75% 65.78% 30.08% 4.15% 34.22% Females7360 96.81% 64.18% 31.58% 4.24% 35.82% Race and Ethnicity Native American14711 96.78% 64.98% 30.83% 4.19% 35.02% Other Groups IEP2371 97.60% 84.70% 14.09% 1.21% 15.30% Limited English Proficient7518 96.74% 73.15% 24.53% 2.32% 26.85%

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20 Parent Survey FFY2006FFY2007 Total number of Parent respondents 2,0873, 143 Number who reported school facilitated their involvement 6891,037 Percentage who reported school facilitated their involvement 33%

21 # Surveys by Disability Category

22 # Surveys by Disability SurveyBIESurveyBIE MR403%5.50%D/B48<1%0.01% HI411%0.57%Mult.492%1.77% Sp/Lg4217%21.80%Autism501%0.79% VI431%0.28%TBI51<1%0.34% ED444%5.80%DD527%5.34% OI45<1%0.18% Missin g13%0.00% OHI466%5.54%More Than One9% 0.00% SLD4737%51.90%

23 Surveys distributed SitesSurveys returned Sites 7, 5911752,087108 Surveys distributed SitesSurveys returned Sites 6,5661723,143152 We are getting better!!

24 Levels – Things to consider Indicator 11 – timely evaluations this is critical Indicator 8 – parent surveys in so they are counted Indicator 20 – timely data examples – Child Count rosters back on time – Personnel data returned in a timely manner – Discipline data correctly entered in NASIS – Exit data entered in NASIS

25 Final Word…


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