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1 Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All Georgians” FY2012 Data Collections Conference Special Education Discipline, Data, Disproportionality, Discrepancy, Determinations and Other "D" Words Athens, Georgia August , 2011 Georgia Department of Education Division for Special Education Services and Supports 1870 Twin Towers East Atlanta, Georgia 30334

2 Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All Georgians” 2 Out of School Suspension DefinitionReporting Discipline in SRContinuation of ServicesSignificant DisproportionalitySignificant DiscrepancyDisproportionate Representation Session Agenda

3 Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All Georgians” OSEP/WESTAT Reporting Directions for Federal Data Report (FDR) – Discipline Data elements related to a discipline event for a student that must be reported according to law. Out-of-school Suspension “Incidences in which a child is temporarily removed from his/her regular school for disciplinary purposes to another setting (e.g., home). This includes removals in which no IEP services are provided because the removal is 10 days or less as well as removals in which the child continues to receive services according to his/her IEP.” FDR- Table 5 3

4 Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All Georgians” While Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) requirements are unique to students with disabilities excluded from school for more than 10 days, reporting requirements are consistent with those for students without disabilities unless otherwise indicated in local board policy. Two issues: Compliance with FAPE (Continuation of Service) Reporting Requirements 4

5 Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All Georgians” OSEP/WESTAT Reporting Directions for Federal Data Report (FDR) – Discipline “If, following a discipline offense, the IEP team meets and determines that the child’s current placement is not the least restrictive environment for that child, and therefore makes a permanent change in the child’s IEP placement, DO NOT report the child on the FDR for discipline. If the child is suspended pending an IEP team meeting in which his/her IEP placement is changed, the suspension must be reported.” 5

6 Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All Georgians” Review of Discipline Record Discipline Record Layout: Fiscal Year Period System Code School Code Student ID Discipline Incident Number Data Type Indicator Discipline Incident Date Discipline Type Discipline Incident – Context and Location Teacher ID Discipline Action Code Discipline Action Auxiliary Code Administrator ID Event Identifier Continuation of Services 6

7 Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All Georgians” DISCIPLINE ACTION CODE DISCIPLINE ACTION CODE indicates the action taken by a school administrator or administrator’s designee (pursuant to O.C.G.A and ). Discipline Action Code & Type Description 00 Continuation of Incident An entry of “00” for a DISCIPLINE ACTION CODE is acceptable only when the DATA TYPE INDICATOR is “2,” indicating that an event with multiple incidents for a single action has occurred. 10 Corporal Punishment Corporal Punishment - corporal punishment was administered pursuant to O.C.G.A In-School Suspension In-School Suspension - placed in a state in-school suspension program. 30 Out-of-School Suspension Out-of-School Suspension - suspended out of school. 40 Expulsion Expulsion - expelled. 7

8 8 Discipline Action Code & Type Action Auxiliary Code Discipline Action Auxiliary Code Description 20 In-School Suspension‘nn’ Auxiliary Code is the number of days assigned. (Unless code ’99’ is used – less than one day.). 30 Out-of-School Suspension‘nn’Auxiliary Code is the number of days assigned. (Unless code ’99’ is used – less than one day.) 40 Expulsion1212 Expelled beyond the end of the current school quarter or semester but not permanently expelled. Permanently expelled. 60 Assigned to Crossroads Alternative School ‘nnnn’The 4-digit school number of the Crossroads Alternative School to which the student was assigned. 61 Assigned to Other Alternative School for Disruptive Students ‘nnnn’The 4-digit school number of the Alternative School for disruptive students to which the student was assigned. 62 Assigned to Other Alternative School for Non-Disruptive Students ‘nnnn’The 4-digit school number of the Alternative School for non-disruptive students to which the student was assigned. 63 Assigned to Other Alternative School by Administrative Law Judge ‘nnnn’The 4-digit school number of the Alternative School to which the student was assigned.

9 Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All Georgians” Discipline Data Trends 9 Removal TypeFY11FY10FY09FY08 Students Out-of-School Suspended/Expelled greater or equal to 10 Days in School Year1,4231,4661,7084,755 Students with Disciplinary Removal Totaling greater than 10 Days3,7424,7555,38710,668 Total Disciplinary Removals107,944124,266137,425159,592

10 Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All Georgians” Discipline Data Trends Year to Year Decrease 10 Removal TypeFY11FY10FY09 Students Out-of-School Suspended/Expelled greater or equal to 10 Days in School Year ,047 Students with Disciplinary Removal Totaling greater than 10 Days-1, ,281 Total Disciplinary Removals-16,322-13,159-22,167

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12 Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All Georgians” Out-of-school suspension 1-10 days (cumulative) – No services required Out-of-school suspension 11+ days (cumulative) – Services required (Continuation of Services) Continuation of Service Significant Disproportionality/Significant Discrepancy data are not influenced by Continuation of Services.

13 Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All Georgians” DIS090 Continuation of Service: “For students that receive out-of-school suspension or expulsion, indicate whether or not the student continued to receive education services during the disciplinary action. Enter ‘Y’ if student received education services and ‘N’ if student did not receive education services.” 13

14 Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All Georgians” New Discipline Report OSS >10 Days Continuation of Services = N GTIDLAST NAMEFIRST NAME CESSATION OF SERVICEAUXILLARY CODETotal N,N,N002,008, Removes suspensions before and after placement in special education Does not reflect all days of OSS (OSS days with Cessation of Service Flag =Y are excluded)

15 Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All Georgians” Remember: After your superintendent certifies the accuracy of the your Student Record, the opportunity for correction is not available. 15

16 Discipline and IDEA Compliance 16

17 Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All Georgians” 17 Indicators B9 and B10 Identification only Overrepresentation Underrepresentation Indicators 4a and 4b Discipline discrepancy SWD Discipline discrepancy by race/ethnicity APR Indicators

18 Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All Georgians” 18 Significant Disproportionality Identification ( Overrepresentation only) SWD Six disability areas Placement Discipline

19 Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All Georgians” Disproportionality: The Big Picture Significant Disproportionality 1. Reserve 15% of the federal funds to provide Coordinated Early Intervening Services (CEIS) for at-risk students 2. Review and revise policies, procedures and practices 3. Publicly report any revisions on policies, procedures and practices 4. May result in a finding of non-compliance 19

20 Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All Georgians” Disproportionate Representation and Significant Discrepancy: The Big Picture 1. Does not prompt Coordinated Early Intervening Services (CEIS) for at-risk students 2. Must review and revise policies, procedures and practices 3. Must publicly report any revisions on policies, procedures and practices 4. May result in a finding of non-compliance 20

21 Significant Disproportionality Identification All Disabilities Six Disability Areas Data SourceFY12 Changes Second Look Filter Conditions: WRR ≥4.0 Two consecutive years Formula: Westat Weighted Risk Ratio (WRR) FY 11 WRR ≥4.0 and FY12 WRR ≥4.0 District SWD Subgroup ≥10618 Federal Child Count Data District Enrollment Subgroup ≥40 Fall FTE Count District Enrollment Composition ≥.90 for Subgroup Fall FTE Count If district subgroup composition ≥.90, subgroup incidence rate is ≥4.0 above district subgroup composition Data Year:FY11 + FY12Notification Year: FY12CEIS Year: FY13 21

22 Significant Disproportionality 40-79% General Education <40% General Education Separate Placement (Private or Public Schools or Residential Placements) Data SourceFY12 Changes Second Look Filter Conditions: WRR ≥4.0 Two consecutive years Formula: Westat Weighted Risk Ratio (WRR) FY 11 WRR ≥4.0 and FY12 WRR ≥4.0 District SWD Subgroup ≥ Federal Environment Data District Enrollment Subgroup ≥40 Fall FTE Count District Enrollment Composition ≥.90 for Subgroup Fall FTE Count If district subgroup composition ≥.90, subgroup incidence rate is ≥4.0 above district subgroup composition Data Year: FY11 + FY12Notification Year: FY12CEIS Year: FY13 22

23 Significant Disproportionality Total Disciplinary Removals (Incidence Count)Data SourceFY12 Changes Filter Conditions: WRR for Disciplinary Removals is ≥3.0 (≥5.0) Formula: Relative Risk (District SWD Subgroup risk for Disciplinary Removal/District SWD risk for Disciplinary Removal) Two Year Look FY10 Relative Risk for SWD Subgroup for Disciplinary Removals is ≥5.0 FY11 Relative Risk for SWD Subgroup for Disciplinary Removals is ≥3.0 District SWD count of Disciplinary Removals by subgroups Student Record – Discipline Record File Includes count of removals (ISS, OSS, Expulsions regardless of length) District SWD Subgroup Student Record – Cumulative Count of annual SWD enrollment Data Year: FY10 + FY11Notification Year: FY12 CEIS Year: FY13 Data Year: FY11 + FY12Notification Year: FY13 CEIS Year: FY14 FY11 Relative Risk for Disciplinary Removals ≥3.0 FY12 Relative Risk for Disciplinary Removals ≥3.0 Data Year: FY12 + FY13Notification Year: FY14 CEIS Year: FY15 FY12 Relative Risk for Disciplinary Removals ≥3.0 FY13 Relative Risk for Disciplinary Removals ≥3.0 23

24 Significant Disproportionality Duration and Type (Student Count)Data SourceFY12Changes Filter Conditions: Relative Risk for Disciplinary Removals is ≥3.0 (≥5.0) Formula: Relative Risk (District SWD Subgroup Risk for Disciplinary Removal by Weighted Duration and Type/District SWD risk Weighted Duration and Type) Two Year Look FY10 Relative Risk for SWD Subgroup by Duration and Type is ≥5.0 FY11 Relative Risk for SWD Subgroup by Duration and Type is ≥3.0 District SWD Count of Students by Race/Ethnicity with Disciplinary Removals by Duration and Type Student Record – Discipline Record File Removal Weights: ISS <10 days = 1 OSS <10 days =2 ISS >10 days =3 OSS >10 days =4 Formula: (District SWD Subgroup Risk for Disciplinary Removal by Weighted Duration and Type/District SWD Risk Weighted Duration and Type) District SWD Subgroup Student Record – Cumulative Count of annual SWD enrollment Data Year: FY10+FY11Notification Year: FY12 CEIS Year: FY13 Data Year: FY11 + FY12Notification Year: FY13 CEIS Year: FY14 FY11 Relative Risk for Disciplinary Removals ≥3.0 FY12 Relative Risk for Disciplinary Removals ≥3.0 Data Year: FY12 + FY13Notification Year: FY14 CEIS Year: FY15 FY12 Relative Risk for Disciplinary Removals ≥3.0 FY13 Relative Risk for Disciplinary Removals ≥3.0 24

25 Disproportionate Representation Identification All Disabilities Six Disability Areas Data SourceFY12 Changes Second Look Filter Conditions: WRR ≥3.0 (4.0) Two consecutive years Formula: Westat Weighted Risk Ratio (WRR) FY 11 WRR ≥4.0 and FY12WRR ≥3.0 District SWD Subgroup ≥10618 Federal Child Count Data District Enrollment Subgroup ≥40 Fall FTE Count District Enrollment Composition ≥.90 for Subgroup Fall FTE Count If district subgroup composition ≥.90, subgroup incidence rate is ≥3.0 above district subgroup composition Data Year: FY11 + FY12Notification Year: FY12 Data Year: FY12 + FY13Notification Year: FY13 FY12 WWR ≥3.0 and FY13 WWR ≥3.0 Data Year: FY13 + FY14Notification Year: FY14 FY13 WWR ≥3.0 and FY14 WWR ≥3.0 25

26 Disproportionate Representation All Disabilities UnderrepresentationData SourceFY12 Changes Filter Conditions: WRR ≤.25 (Inversion of over representation) Formula: Westat Weighted Risk Ratio District Subgroup EnrollmentFall FTE Count District SWD SubgroupFall FTE Count Projected Incidence Count Projected Incidence Count = District Total Subgroup Count * State Total Disability Risk State Incidence Rate FY12 = TBD N Size difference between projected and actual ≤-10 = Under Representation Data Year: FY12Notification Year: FY12 26

27 Disproportionate Representation Six Disability Areas UnderrepresentationData SourceFY12 Changes Filter Conditions: WRR ≤.25 (Inversion of over-representation) Formula: Westat Weighted Risk Ratio District Subgroup EnrollmentFall FTE Count District SWD SubgroupFall FTE Count Projected Incidence Count Projected Incidence Count = District Total Subgroup Count * State Total Disability Risk State Incidence Rate FY12 = TBD Autism Emotional disturbance Intellectual Disabilities Other health impairment Specific learning disorder Speech or language impairment N Size difference between projected and actual ≤-10 = Under Representation Data Year: FY12Notification Year: FY12 27

28 Significant Discrepancy APR-4a Out of School Suspension (OSS) for >10 Days among DistrictsData SourceFY12 Changes Filter Conditions: Relative Risk for OSS among districts is ≥3.0 Student Record – Discipline Record File (District SWD risk for OSS greater than 10 days /State SWD risk for OSS >10 days) Two Year Look FY10 Relative Risk for OSS among districts is ≥3.0 FY11 Relative Risk for OSS among districts is ≥3.0 District SWD count of OSS for ≥10 Days is ≥5 Student Record – Discipline Record File OSS ≥10 days SWD count ≥5 District SWD Student Record – Cumulative Count of annual SWD enrollment Data Year: FY10+FY11Notification Year: FY12 Data Year: FY11+FY12Notification Year: FY13 FY11 Relative Risk for OSS among districts is ≥3.0 FY12 Relative Risk for OSS among districts is ≥2.0 Data Year: FY12+FY13Notification Year: FY14 FY12 Relative Risk for OSS among districts is ≥2.0 FY13 Relative Risk for OSS among districts is ≥2.0 28

29 Significant Discrepancy APR 4b Out of School Suspension (OSS) for >10 Days among DistrictsData SourceFY12 Changes Filter Conditions: Relative Risk for OSS greater than 10 days among districts by ethnicity/race RR is ≥3.0 Student Record – Discipline Record File (District SWD Subgroup risk for OSS greater than 10 days /State SWD risk for OSS >10 days) Two Year Look FY10 Relative Risk for OSS among districts is ≥3.0 FY11 Relative Risk for OSS among districts is ≥3.0 District SWD count of OSS for >10 Days Student Record – Discipline Record File District SWD Student Record – Cumulative Count of annual SWD enrollment Data Year: FY10 + FY11Notification Year: FY12 Data Year: FY11 + FY12 Notification Year: FY13 FY11 Relative Risk for OSS among districts is ≥3.0 FY12 Relative Risk for OSS among districts is ≥2.0 Data Year: FY12 + FY13Notification Year: FY14 FY12 Relative Risk for OSS among districts is ≥2.0 FY13 Relative Risk for OSS among districts is ≥2.0 29

30 Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All Georgians” State Level Relative Risk for OSS by Subgroups FY10 District SWD Relative Risk for OSS by Race** (APR Indicator 4b) American Indian/Alaskan AsianBlackHispanicPacific Islander Two or More Races White ** * *≥ 5 students ** Subject to final verification State Risk =.50 30

31 Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All Georgians” 31 State Level Risk for Discipline Includes All District and All Subgroups Yields lower relative risk values than “All Other Districts” or “All Other Subgroups” Sets one bar for All Districts and All Subgroups


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