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1 Special Education Director’s Conference Sept. 29, 2006 Prepared by Sharon Schumacher

2 Where have we been? SPP BPRCIFMPAPR Focused Monitoring CIMP

3 So What is the SPP?? CFR (a) General. Not later than Dec. 3, 2005, each State must have in place a performance plan that evaluates the State’s efforts to implement the requirements and purposes of Part B of the Act, and describes how the State will improve such implementation. CFR (a) General. Not later than Dec. 3, 2005, each State must have in place a performance plan that evaluates the State’s efforts to implement the requirements and purposes of Part B of the Act, and describes how the State will improve such implementation.

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5 Federal Requirement 5 year plan 5 year plan State Performance Plan Update Due Feb. 1, 2007 State Performance Plan Update Due Feb. 1, 2007 Annual Performance Report Due Feb. 1, 2007 Annual Performance Report Due Feb. 1, 2007 State & Local Data required State & Local Data required

6 IDEA Purpose (d)(1)(A) to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education that emphasizes special education and related services designed to meet their unique needs and prepare them for further education, employment and independent living.

7 Tree Of Influence

8 Technology * Economics * Political System * Environment * Social Issues External Impacts to the System…

9 Technology * Economics * Political System * Environment * Social Issues PART C SERVICES GENERAL EDUCATION The other not so external systems…

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11 Main Entry to the System 11. Percent of children evaluated and determined eligible within 60 days. 12. Percent of children Parts C to Part B by 3 rd birthday. 9 & 10. Percent of districts with disproportionate representation of racial and ethnic groups in special education and related services.

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13 Strategies 8. Percent of parents who report schools facilitated their involvement as a means of improving services and results for children with IEPs 6. Percent of preschool children with IEPs receiving services with typically developing peers 5. Percent of children with IEPs served in the regular classroom (removed from regular classroom less than 21% of the time) 13. Percent of youth aged 16 or above with an IEP with adequate goals and transition services

14 Intermediate Outcomes 7. Percent of preschool children with IEPs who demonstrate improved early childhood outcomes 3. Participation and performance of children with IEPs on statewide assessments 4. Rates of expulsion and Suspension

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16 Exiting the System: Final Goals and Outcomes 2. Percent of youth with IEPs dropping out of high school 1. Percent of youth with IEPs graduating from high school with a regular diploma 14. Percent of youth with IEPs who, within one year after graduation, have been competitively employed, enrolled in postsecondary school, or both

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19 Indicator # 7 Resources in District Packet: Resources in District Packet: –Child Outcomes Summary Form (COSF) –Instruction sheet –Crosswalks Reporting Instrument: Supplemental Workbook Reporting Instrument: Supplemental Workbook

20 Indicator # 8 Parental Involvement Parental Involvement –This year--Parent Survey Form sent out during monitoring –In the Future –survey sent out to all parents.

21 Indicator #11 Percent of children with parental consent to evaluate, who were evaluated and eligibility determined within 45 school days (State established timeline). Percent of children with parental consent to evaluate, who were evaluated and eligibility determined within 45 school days (State established timeline). Reporting Instrument: Supplemental Workbook Reporting Instrument: Supplemental Workbook

22 Indicator #12 Percent of children referred by Part C prior to age 3, who are found eligible for Part B, and who have an IEP developed and implemented by their third birthdays. Percent of children referred by Part C prior to age 3, who are found eligible for Part B, and who have an IEP developed and implemented by their third birthdays. Reporting Instrument: Supplemental Workbook Reporting Instrument: Supplemental Workbook

23 Indicator # 13 Percent of youth aged 16 and above with an IEP that includes coordinated, measurable, annual IEP goals and transition services that will reasonably enable the student to meet the post- secondary goals. – –Checklist approved by OSEP in District Packet –Reporting Instrument: Supplemental Workbook

24 Indicator # 14 Percent of youth who had IEPs, are no longer in secondary school and who have been competitively employed, enrolled in some type of postsecondary school, or both, within one year of leaving high school. – –Copy of survey in District packet Reporting Instrument: Survey conducted by Center for Human Development Reporting Instrument: Survey conducted by Center for Human Development

25 Helpful Websites Indicator #2 – Indicator #2 – Indicator #7 -- Indicator # Indicator #13 – Indicator #13 – Indicator #14 – Indicator #14 –

26 Where will we get the Data??? Indicator’s 1-2 – Summer OASIS Time Indicator’s 1-2 – Summer OASIS Time Indicator 3 – Assessment Data Indicator 3 – Assessment Data Indicator 4- Suspension Expulsion DB Indicator 4- Suspension Expulsion DB Indicator’s 5, 6, 9, 10- Fall OASIS Time Indicator’s 5, 6, 9, 10- Fall OASIS Time Indicator’s 8, 14 – Survey Indicator’s 8, 14 – Survey Indicator’s – Database maintained at EED Indicator’s – Database maintained at EED

27 Where will we get the Data??? Indicator’s 7,11,12,13 -Supplemental Workbook Summer OASIS Time Indicator’s 7,11,12,13 -Supplemental Workbook Summer OASIS Time July 15, 2007** July 15, 2007** **Except for Districts Being Monitored this year DUE NOV. 15!! **Except for Districts Being Monitored this year DUE NOV. 15!!

28 Reporting to the Public Indicator’s 1-14 are required to be reported at the State & Local Level Indicator’s 1-14 are required to be reported at the State & Local Level Public reporting will happen soon after the APR is submitted Public reporting will happen soon after the APR is submitted

29 Federal Levels Of Enforcement (CFR ) (i) Meets the requirements (i) Meets the requirements (ii) Needs assistance in implementing the requirements (ii) Needs assistance in implementing the requirements (iii) Needs intervention in implementing the requirements (iii) Needs intervention in implementing the requirements (iv) Needs substantial intervention in implementing the requirements (iv) Needs substantial intervention in implementing the requirements

30 State Levels Of Enforcement CFR Each State must use the targets established in the State’s performance plan under CFR and the priority areas in (d) to analyze the performance of each LEA CFR Each State must use the targets established in the State’s performance plan under CFR and the priority areas in (d) to analyze the performance of each LEA

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32 Where do I get More info ON ??? State Performance Plan State Performance Plan  Primarily Indicator’s 7 & 13 (also ?’s on other indicators) First Breakout session after Lunch with Sharon  Indicator #14 Second Breakout session with David Supplemental Workbook Supplemental Workbook Second Breakout session after Lunch with Eric **The handouts are in your District Packets **The handouts are in your District Packets

33 ????????????????????? related to the SPP or the indicators themselves, please contact Sharon Schumacher at or related to the SPP or the indicators themselves, please contact Sharon Schumacher at or about how to report your data, contact Karen Lipson at or at about how to report your data, contact Karen Lipson at or at

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35 We are all in this together!


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