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SAGE Reporting: Students with Disabilities For the next several slides, we will be presenting various classroom scenarios and how they should be reported.

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2 SAGE Reporting: Students with Disabilities For the next several slides, we will be presenting various classroom scenarios and how they should be reported. Please pay careful attention to the FTE Teacher Count and Enrollment Count numbers as well as the Comments in these scenarios.

3 Sample Classroom “A”

4 Reporting Scenario “A” 1186 Comments: This reporting scenario does not require any comments. Leave the comments box BLANK.

5 Sample Classroom “B”

6 Reporting Scenario “B” Comments: Two additional students with disabilities enter this class for portions of core academic instruction. They are accompanied by an appropriately licensed teacher at all times. Students with disabilities that enter the general education classroom and are also low-income should be included in this classroom’s low-income count. Be sure to count each low-income student only once.

7 Sample Classroom “C”

8 Reporting Scenario “C” Comments: Six students with disabilities enter this class for portions of core academic instruction. They are accompanied by an appropriately licensed teacher at all times. Students with disabilities that enter the general education classroom and are also low-income should be included in this classroom’s low-income count. Be sure to count each low-income student only once.

9 Reporting Scenario: Self-Contained Students –Students with disabilities that are not in the regular classroom for any time during reading/language arts, math, science, and social studies should all be reported in a separate multi-age classroom/section. –Be sure not to count students twice (in a self-contained room and in a grade-level classroom/section). –Use the comments section to explain the classroom scenario.

10 Additional SAGE Support Sharon Suchla, SAGE Program Consultant (608) Michael Dennison, SAGE Program Specialist (608)


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