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Welcome to Adventures in RDA Center for Parent Information & Resources The Webinar will begin shortly. For Audio: Dial 1-877-512-6886 Conference code: 1825-1825-18 To mute or un-mute your line, Dial *6
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A dventures in RDA Results-Driven Accountability Center for Parent Information & Resources W ebinar for the Parent Center Network June 17, 2014
RDA? What ’ s RDA?
Crash Basic #1 on RDA RDA = R esults- D riven A ccountability
Crash Basic #2 on RDA OSEP ’ s approach to State accountability for achieving results for children with disabilities Old way—Compliance SPPs & APRs Indicators ________________ “ Unfortunately, we have not seen significant improvement in results for children with disabilities ”
Crash Basic #2 on RDA OSEP ’ s revised approach to State accountability for achieving results for children with disabilities Target the result you want & go after it hard New Way!
Crash Basic #3 on RDA RDA has a load of acronyms. RDASSIPSIMRSPPAPR
Crash Basic #4 on RDA Meet the SSIP State Systemic Improvement Plan the State ’ s written plan for improvement developed with stakeholder involvement submitted to OSEP in 3 phases across 2015, 2016, & 2017
Crash Basic #5 on RDA Deciding the “ target ” What improved result for children with disabilities do we want to achieve? Phase 1 of writing the SSIP
Crash Basic #5 on RDA Deciding the “ target ” What improved result for children with disabilities do we want to achieve? Involve stakeholders Each State must:
Crash Basic #5 on RDA Deciding the “ target ” What improved result for children with disabilities do we want to achieve? Each State must: Analyze key data from Parts B & C Identify root causes for poor performance
Crash Basic #5 on RDA Deciding the “ target ” What improved result for children with disabilities do we want to achieve? Each State must: Decide the State ’ s target based on its data analysis SIMR = State-Identified Measurable Result for Children with Disabilities
Crash Basic #5 on RDA Involve stakeholders Analyze key data from Parts B & C Identify root causes for poor performance Decide its target based on these data Each State must: Recap! SIMR = State-Identified Measurable Result for Children with Disabilities Deciding the “ target ” What improved result for children with disabilities do we want to achieve?
Crash Basic #6 on RDA Selecting improvement strategies to use What actions or strategies are needed to achieve the targeted result? Phase 1 of writing the SSIP State must have a “ theory of action ” Why doing “ X ” will improve “ Y ”
Crash Basic #7 on RDA Analyzing the State Infrastructure Phase 1 of writing the SSIP Are improvements needed to support early intervention programs & LEAs in using evidence- based practices that improve results for children with disabilities?
Crash Basic #8 on RDA Phases 2 & 3 of writing the SSIP Phase 3 Evaluation! Results? Revise the SSIP Components submitted in 2017 Phase 2 State makes SSIP into an actionable plan Components submitted in 2016
Now what? RDA? What ’ s RDA?
Time to jump on your bike & find the answers to these questions! What ’ s RDA? How do you get others involved? Who ’ s in charge of RDA/SSIP in your State? Where does your State stand in the RDA/SSIP- writing process? How does your Parent Center get involved?
Questions? Any areas of the general process that we can clarify for you before we move on to our “from the field” experiences?
Voices from the Parent Center Network Barb Buswell PEAK Parent Center, Colorado Region 5 PTAC http://www.parentcenterhub.org/region5ptac/ Jan Serak WI FACETS, Wisconsin Region 4 PTAC http://www.region4ta.us/
Questions & Discussion What are some resources that can help you be effective in partnering with your State and other stakeholders throughout the RDA & SSIP process? Other questions?
How Parent Centers Can Get Involved See the “ Suggestions ” handout Download now | You can download the Suggestions handout, as well as this presentation and the RDA infographic from the file pod at the lower right of your screen. Or receive via email | If you’d rather receive the documents via email, simply type your email address in the chat space and we will send them to you.
And there will be so much more! You will be able to find these and many more helpful resources in the CPIR Shared Work Spaces, which will be rolled out very soon! There, you will be able to: Download resources Share strategies & stories Keep up to date on RDA/SSIP news Keep us up to date on your State ’ s activities
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