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1 Office of Special Education and Supports
Maureen Komperda Kathleen Gibbons

2 Maureen’s Perspective:
CPS History Current state Charter Schools

3 Support: Present Past CPS special education teachers provided direct services to students with disabilities in the charter schools CPS designee attended every IEP meeting CPS special education director for charter schools CPS provided all clinicians to charter schools CPS provided special education administrators and lead teachers to each school CPS provided case manager meetings where charter schools attended with traditional CPS schools Charter schools hire their own special education teachers Charter schools develop their own IEPs CPS special education director supporting access and opportunities Special Education Administrator Charter schools are encouraged to hire their own clinicians Charter schools have an assigned SSA similar to traditional CPS schools Charter school case managers attend case manager meetings with their assigned team of charter colleagues

4 ORGANIZATIONAL CHART – Special Education & Supports
Chief Officer Dr. Richard Smith Deputy Instruction Jean McKeown Papagianis Deputy Operations Gretchen Brumley Instructional Strategies and Systems Eboney Lofton Clinical & Related Services Rosalba Najera-Porte Student Supports Rebecca Clark Research to Practice Stacy Norris Chief Officer Deputy Officer KEY Director Access and Opportunities Maureen Komperda Dispute Resolution Luis Rodriguez Behavioral Health Jennifer Loudon Last Updated:

5 Organizational Support:
Dr. Richard Smith OSES Chief Jean McKeown-Papagianis Deputy Maureen Komperda Director, Special Education Access and Opportunities Chuck Malek Special Education Administrator Kari Grosso Specialized Services Administrator Carolyn Johnson Specialized Services Administrator Kathy Panagakis Specialized Services Administrator Mary Beth Walsh Specialized Services Administrator

6 Where are we going? Office of New Schools Sped Hot Topics
Moved into the Portfolio Office (Oliver Sicat, Chief of Portfolio Office) On November 10th at 3pm, we will host a meeting where these changes will be shared with you in more detail.      We appreciate your patience during this time.  If you need additional assistance during this transition period, please contact Claudia Quezada or Eileen Harrity Sped Hot Topics Cluster programs Providing a continuum of services Early Childhood Charter Law and the lottery

7 Contact information: Name Position Phone # Kari Grosso SSA Chuck Malek Carolyn Johnson Kathy Panagakis Mary Beth Walsh Maureen Komperda Director

8 Charter Schools and the LAW
Article 14 of the Illinois School Code and its implementing regulations, 23 Ill. Adm. C. Part 226 Federal Education Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA) Illinois Student Records Act No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA) 20 U.S.C. §1400 et seq. and its implementing regulations, 34 C.F.R. Parts 300 and 301 Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

9 CPS Charter Schools and the LAW
All CPS charter schools are expected to use the CPS electronic IEP and 504 Plan Comply with all CPS policies, procedures and guidelines relating to special education OSES website -http://www.cpsspecialeducation.org/

10 CPS Charter Schools 41 charters – 39 operating; 2 to open school year school year – 107 charter school sites As of October 24, 2011 – 5,293 students with disabilities attending CPS charter schools 10.4% of CPS students with disabilities attend a charter school Per June 1, 2011 Corey H. Data, CPS as a district: 12.27% elementary students have a disability 14.97% high school students have a disability Students ages 3 to 21 are removed from the general education classroom: LRE 1 (up to 20% of school day removed) = 51.13% LRE 2 (21% to 60%) = 28.39% LRE 3 (61% or more) = 16.13% Separate School = 4.02%

11 CPS LRE Data – District Wide* *Data pulled 10/24/2011
Disability 20% or less 21% - 60% 61% or more LRE Not Entered Separate School TOTAL AUT 780 674 1748 8 3378 (6.6%) DB 1 2 3 (0%) DD 1804 806 928 9 60 3607 (7.1%) DF 44 58 413 4 249 (0.5%) EBD 1067 828 640 7 598 3140 (6.2%) EMH 285 1357 1076 59 2779 (5.5%) HI 173 53 79 307 (0.6%) LD 13968 10481 2108 25 38 26620 (52.2%) MH 19 5 29 (0.1%) OHI 1142 493 176 10 1830 (3.6%) PHY 152 80 90 366 (0.7%) SPH 30 566 109 715 (1.4%) SPL 5765 12 22 5808 (11.4%) TBI 46 52 39 147 (0.3%) TMH 13 186 1323 300 1824 (3.6%) VI 128 29 181 (0.4%) 25378 (49.8%) 15144 (29.7%) 8968 (17.6%) 85 (0.2%) 1408 (2.8%) 50,983

12 CPS LRE Data – Charter Schools* *Data pulled 10/24/2011
Disability 20% or less 21% - 60% 61% or more LRE Not Entered Separate School TOTAL AUT 125 47 8 1 181 (3.4%) DD 79 37 10 126 (2.4%) DF 2 (0%) EBD 231 101 21 5 359 (6.8%) EMH 74 126 32 233 (4.4%) HI 22 24 (0.5%) LD 2667 907 90 3665 (69.2%) OHI 173 43 7 223 (4.2%) PHY 11 2 14 (0.3%) SPL 421 423 (8%) TBI 4 TMH 6 18 (0.3%) VI 11 (0.2%) 3826 (72.3%) 1275 (24.1%) 6 (0.1%) 5 (0.1%) 5293

13 Percentage of Students with Disabilities in Charter Schools
Percentage of Students with Disabilities in Charter Schools* *Official Corey H. June 1, 2011 LRE Data School All Students SwDs Only % SwDs SwDs Excluding SPL % SwDs Excluding SPL Academy for Global Citizenship Elementary School 192 24 12.50% 19 9.90% Architecture, Construction, and Engineering(ACE)Technical Charter School 465 65 13.98% Alain Locke Charter Elementary Academy 572 31 5.42% 23 4.02% Amandla Charter High School 265 11.70% 30 11.32% ASPIRA Charter - Early College 506 79 15.61% ASPIRA Charter - Mirta Ramirez Computer Science 377 76 20.16% ASPIRA Charter - Haugan Campus 538 72 13.38% Bronzeville Lighthouse Charter Elementary School 458 49 10.70% 44 9.61% Catalyst Elementary School - Circle Rock 491 41 8.35% 32 6.52% Catalyst Charter ES - Howland 501 46 9.18% 8.18% Chicago Intl Charter - Avalon / South Shore 417 34 8.15% 28 6.71% Chicago Intl Charter - Basil 710 101 14.23% 89 12.54% Chicago Intl Charter - Bucktown 645 69 64 9.92%

14 Percentage of Students with Disabilities in Charter Schools
Percentage of Students with Disabilities in Charter Schools* *Official Corey H. June 1, 2011 LRE Data School All Students SwDs Only % SwDs SwDs Excluding SPL % SwDs Excluding SPL Chicago Intl Charter - Loomis Primary 579 50 8.64% 28 4.84% Chicago Intl Charter - Irving Park 488 35 7.17% 31 6.35% Chicago Intl Charter - Prairie 387 38 9.82% 32 8.27% Chicago Intl Charter - Washington Park 417 37 8.87% 33 7.91% Chicago Intl Charter - West Belden 497 74 14.89% 60 12.07% Chicago Intl Charter - Wrightwood 687 63 9.17% 51 7.42% Chicago Intl Charter - Ralph Ellison 530 94 17.74% 93 17.55% Chicago Intl Charter - Longwood 1410 145 10.28% 134 9.50% Chicago Intl Charter - Northtown 846 180 21.28% Chicago Math and Science Academy High School 585 67 11.45% 66 11.28% Chicago Virtual Charter High School 564 40 7.09% 30 5.32% Erie Elementary Charter School 296 12.50% 10.81% Galapagos Elementary Charter School 325 24 7.38% 20 6.15% Henry Ford Academy Power House Charter HS 304 16.45% KIPP Ascend Academy Charter Elementary School 419 9.55% 9.07%

15 Percentage of Students with Disabilities in Charter Schools
Percentage of Students with Disabilities in Charter Schools* *Official Corey H. June 1, 2011 LRE Data School All Students SwDs Only % SwDs SwDs Excluding SPL % SwDs Excluding SPL LEARN Charter ES - Romano Butler Campus 563 26 4.62% 18 3.20% LEARN Charter ES - North Lawndale 315 5.71% 16 5.08% LEARN Charter ES - Excel 275 9.45% 19 6.91% Legacy Charter Elementary School 438 51 11.64% 44 10.05% Namaste Charter Elementary School 410 75 18.29% 70 17.07% Noble Street Charter - Noble Street College Prep 590 69 11.69% Noble Street Charter - Gary Comer College Prep 504 54 10.71% 53 10.52% Noble Street Charter - Golder College Prep 531 79 14.88% Noble Street Charter - Pritzker College Prep 647 50 7.73% Noble Street Charter - Rauner College Prep 568 63 11.09% Noble Street Charter - Rowe-Clark Math & Sci Acad 518 82 15.83% Noble Street Charter - UIC College Prep 567 9.35% North Lawndale College Prep Charter - Christiana 450 38 8.44%

16 Percentage of Students with Disabilities in Charter Schools
Percentage of Students with Disabilities in Charter Schools* *Official Corey H. June 1, 2011 LRE Data School All Students SwDs Only % SwDs SwDs Excluding SPL % SwDs Excluding SPL North Lawndale College Prep Charter - Collins 397 40 10.08% Passages Charter Elementary School 384 24 6.25% 20 5.21% Perspectives Charter - Calumet HS 426 75 17.61% Perspectives Charter - Calumet Technology 485 69 14.23% Perspectives Charter - Rodney D Joslin 354 55 15.54% 51 14.41% Perspectives Charter - IIT Math & Science Academy 502 13.75% 67 13.35% Perspectives Charter - Calumet MS 379 54 14.25% 52 13.72% Polaris Charter Academy Elementary School 290 32 11.03% 23 7.93% Prologue Early College High School 226 28 12.39% Providence Englewood Charter - Bunche 378 27 7.14% 19 5.03% Betty Shabazz Intl Charter 319 25 7.84% 21 6.58% Betty Shabazz Intl Charter - DuSable Leadership 386 44 11.40% Betty Shabazz Intl Charter - Barbara A Sizemore 266 9.02%

17 Percentage of Students with Disabilities in Charter Schools
Percentage of Students with Disabilities in Charter Schools* *Official Corey H. June 1, 2011 LRE Data School All Students SwDs Only % SwDs SwDs Excluding SPL % SwDs Excluding SPL University of Chicago Charter - Donoghue 427 25 5.85% 18 4.22% University of Chicago Charter - NKO 335 5.37% 14 4.18% University of Chicago Charter - Woodlawn 501 68 13.57% University of Chicago Charter - Carter G Woodson 399 43 10.78% 42 10.53% UNO Charter School - SPC Daniel Zizumbo 628 6.69% 31 4.94% UNO Charter School - PFC Omar E.Torres 633 39 6.16% 35 5.53% UNO Charter - Bartolome de Las Casas 285 26 9.12% 24 8.42% UNO Charter - Carlos Fuentes 562 36 6.41% 4.27% UNO Charter - Octavio Paz 432 46 10.65% 33 7.64% UNO Charter - Rufino Tamayo 287 20 6.97% 6.27% UNO Charter School - Major Hector P.Garcia MD 436 52 11.93% UNO Charter School - Officer Donald J. Marquez 572 44 7.69% Urban Prep Academy for Young Men Charter - Englewood 480 80 16.67%

18 Percentage of Students with Disabilities in Charter Schools
Percentage of Students with Disabilities in Charter Schools* *Official Corey H. June 1, 2011 LRE Data School All Students SwDs Only % SwDs SwDs Excluding SPL % SwDs Excluding SPL Young Women's Leadership Charter High School 311 29 9.32% Chicago Academy for Advanced Technology HS 182 32 17.58% Chicago Intl Charter - Lloyd Bond 337 23 6.82% 16 4.75% Chicago Talent Development HS 185 42 22.70% 41 22.16% EPIC Academy High School 243 34 13.99% Garfield Park Preparatory Academy ES 211 18 8.53% 12 5.69% Rowe Elementary School 256 19 7.42% 14 5.47% Noble Street Charter - Chicago Bulls College 476 57 11.97% Noble Street Charter - Muchin College Prep 544 46 8.46% UNO Charter - Gage Park 553 43 7.78% 35 6.33% Urban Prep Acad for Young Men - East Garfield Park 233 44 18.88% 18.45% Instituto Health Sciences Career Academy HS 172 28 16.28% Urban Prep Academy for Young Men - South Shore 132 25 18.94%

19 Percentage of Students with Disabilities in Charter Schools
Percentage of Students with Disabilities in Charter Schools* *Official Corey H. June 1, 2011 LRE Data School All Students SwDs Only % SwDs SwDs Excluding SPL % SwDs Excluding SPL Noble Street Charter School - Englewood Campus 169 23 13.61% LEARN Charter School-South Chicago Campus 147 11 7.48% 10 6.80% Chicago Intl Charter – Larry Hawkins 397 58 14.61% 56 14.11% Prologue - Joshua Johnston Charter School for Fine Arts and Design 137 15 10.95% Youth Connection Charter School 3024 452 14.95% 451 14.91%


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