Presentation on theme: "Use the date (six digit number – 00/00/00) for when services are to begin. This should be implemented as soon as possible following the meeting – but."— Presentation transcript:
Use the date (six digit number – 00/00/00) for when services are to begin. This should be implemented as soon as possible following the meeting – but be sure to get waiver signed if services begin before the 10 day period. Use the six digit date to indicate the date by which services are expected to be completed. Remember, this should not exceed one calendar year from the initiation date of services.
Gen Ed – No Supplementary Aids Indicate any gen ed classes that student is able to participate in without supplementary aids. Documentation of number minutes per week in this setting is optional. Gen Ed – WITH Supplementary Aids This is ANY gen ed class or activities that student is able to participate in with supplementary aids. Documentation of number minutes per week in this setting is optional. Special Ed and Related Services W/I the Gen Ed setting Indicate any gen ed classes or activities that student is able to participate in with the provision of special education and related services that will be provided during each class or activity that is listed. Minutes per week in setting Minutes Per Week in Setting Document the minutes for EACH special education and related services identified. Be sure that the minutes are clear to parents and IEP team members. Never use as needed or when available – unless the IEP stipulates otherwise (i.e., ESY, home/hospital services), the services would only be provided on days school is in session.
Special Education Services – Outside General Education- Document the minutes for EACH special education and related services identified Related Services - Outside General Education- Document the minutes for EACH special education and related services identified
This Area is to identify the total amount of time spent outside the general education setting!
Ages 3-5 Indentify the numbers of minutes Spent in a regular early childhood program and the number of minutes spent receiving special education and related services outside regular early education.
Ages 6-21 Bell to Bell Minutes – The TOTAL amount of time a child spends during his school day from the beginning to the end, including lunch, recess, passing time ect … Check your school for the specific Minutes, because each school differs. Minutes Outside General Education- The TOTAL number of special education and related services per week provided per week provided outside gen ed as indicated on the form.
When determining placement, the team should consider the least restrictive environment requirements stated on this page. An explanation should be provided whenever a child WILL NOT participate in general education.
To the maximum extent appropriate, students with disabilities must be educated and participate with students who are non-disabled. Provide an explanation to the extent, if any, to which student will not participate in general education classes or activities.
Removal has occurred because the nature or severity of the students disability is such that education in general classes with the use of supplementary aids and services cannot be achieved satisfactorily. For example: John will attend a pull-out math and writing class to address his math and writing deficits. Check Yes or No Special Ed classes, separate schooling, or removal from regular ed environment:
ActivitiesActivities Provide an explanation whenever a child will not be provided with an opportunity to participate in a nonacademic or extracurricular activity due to a disability. Check Yes or No
Home School or Tuition Based Placement Provide an explanation whenever a child will not attend the school he/she would attend if nondisabled. Check Yes or No
Dont Forget: For a child who is deaf, hard of hearing, blind or visually impaired, parents have been informed of existence of the Illinois School for the Deaf or the Illinois for the Visually impaired and the services it provides, and other local schools that provide similar services. Check Yes or N/A
When completing this section, the team MUST document the reasons why placements were rejected – For example: Reject Regular ED 100% - (Reason rejected) John will not receive enough support to address writing and math needs. At least 80% in regular education – (If accepted) Supports in place to ensure Johns academic success. 40 – 79% in regular education -(If rejected) Not enough support for math/writing for John.
Additionally, the team must consider and document any potentially harmful effect of the proposed placement on the student or the quality of services he/she needs.
The team MUST document at least three options considered (examples on previous slides). Although the option may have a potential harmful effect, the team may still determine that it is the most appropriate placement for the student. It is recommended that the team begin with the least restrictive environment setting when considering placement options.
Each public agency must ensure to the maximum extent appropriate, children with disabilities, including children in public or private institutions or other care facilities, are educated with children who are nondisabled Be sure to check the yes or no boxes to indicate if the team accepts the placement. After determining special education placement, complete the Placement section on the Conference Summary Report page of the IEP.
If you check the yes box that the student will receive special transportation - specify how the transportation will be provided.