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1 Improving Learning for Children with Disabilities
2 All school districts in Nebraska are required to participate in the special education continuous improvement process called Improving Learning for Children with Disabilities.
3 ILCD: is a continuous 5 step process focuses on student improvement is data driven is district driven linked to school improvement collaboration between Parts B & C
4 Why ILCD? New challenges due to: NCLB accountability focus on student outcomes & achievements school improvement IDEA 2004 monitoring priorities
5 ILCD Steps
6 Step 1: Basics Partner with ESU Facilitator Create timeline Survey File Review Data Analysis
7 Step 2: Data Collection Surveys Website Local Data
8 Step 3: Putting It All Together ILCD Committee reviews data identification of strengths & weaknesses compare with school improvement goals 8 Inquires determination of performance levels
9 Step 4: New Frontiers Development & implementation of improvement strategies NDE review, as determined by the state Collaborate with school improvement committee in needed areas
10 Step 5: Continued Success Continue implementation of improvement strategies Continue data analysis Continue working with school improvement team Monitor progress
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