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1 EMIS - Special Education October 25, 2006 Presented by: Tracey Potts, SEOVEC Erin Brooks, SEOVEC

2 2 Special Education Record New for FY07 New for FY07 Will be reported during October and Yearend. Will be reported during October and Yearend. A record is to be reported for A record is to be reported for Any students with a disability Any students with a disabilityand Any students suspected to have a disability Any students suspected to have a disability

3 3 Special Education Record Reported by those districts who report Special Education data Reported by those districts who report Special Education data except JVSDs except JVSDs

4 4 Special Education Record Special Education Record Record is “event driven” Record is “event driven” By the end of FY07, every student with a disability should have at least one event reported By the end of FY07, every student with a disability should have at least one event reported Some students may have many events and therefore many records reported Some students may have many events and therefore many records reported Structure more like discipline record than other “1 per student” records Structure more like discipline record than other “1 per student” records

5 5 Special Education Record Reporting Timelines Reporting Timelines October Reporting October Reporting June 1 of the previous school year through the Friday of the first full week of October June 1 of the previous school year through the Friday of the first full week of October Yearend Reporting Yearend Reporting June 1of the previous school year through May 31 of the current school year June 1of the previous school year through May 31 of the current school year For Withdrawals/Graduates – Report events up to the time the student leaves the district For Withdrawals/Graduates – Report events up to the time the student leaves the district

6 6 Special Education Record “Catch Up” Reporting “Catch Up” Reporting Optional, but ODE encourages districts to report Optional, but ODE encourages districts to report ODE would like to have 1/2006 through 5/2006 ODE would like to have 1/2006 through 5/2006 If easier, give what you have If easier, give what you have

7 7 FY2007 Event Reporting

8 8 Special Education Record Examples of who reports data: Examples of who reports data: Resident - A, Foster Placed – B Resident - A, Foster Placed – B Both A & B report Both A & B report Resident – A, Open Enroll – B Resident – A, Open Enroll – B Both A & B report Both A & B report Resident – A, Contract Voc. – B (Non- JVSD) Resident – A, Contract Voc. – B (Non- JVSD) Both A & B report Both A & B report

9 9 Special Education Record Examples: Examples: Resident – A, JVSD – B Resident – A, JVSD – B Only A reports Only A reports Resident – A, DYS – B Resident – A, DYS – B DYS reports (Events that happened while student at DYS) DYS reports (Events that happened while student at DYS)

10 10 Special Education Record Four Components Four Components Event Event Date Date Outcome Outcome Non-Compliance Reason Non-Compliance Reason

11 11 Special Education Record Special Education Record Event Event One activity in the process of determining special education needs of an individual child One activity in the process of determining special education needs of an individual child Coincides with a needed check for compliance with federal process mandates Coincides with a needed check for compliance with federal process mandates

12 12 Event Data Preschool students NEED this record Preschool students NEED this record PSTC (Preschool Transition Conference) is to be reported for ALL preschool students who are or will be age 3, have received “Part C” services, and who are suspected of having a disability PSTC (Preschool Transition Conference) is to be reported for ALL preschool students who are or will be age 3, have received “Part C” services, and who are suspected of having a disability Needs to be reported even if the ETR determines that the pre-school student needs no further services Needs to be reported even if the ETR determines that the pre-school student needs no further services If it is determined at the PSTC that the student is not suspected of having a disability, then the student is counted in the new elements on the district records and a special ed record is not required If it is determined at the PSTC that the student is not suspected of having a disability, then the student is counted in the new elements on the district records and a special ed record is not required

13 13 Event Data Preschool Transition Conference (PSTC) Preschool Transition Conference (PSTC) The actual date of the Part C to Part B services transition conference. The actual date of the Part C to Part B services transition conference. This is required only for transitioning preschool students This is required only for transitioning preschool students NOT to be used for reporting the completion of transition services for school-age children. NOT to be used for reporting the completion of transition services for school-age children.

14 14 Event Data Referral for Evaluation (RFRL) Referral for Evaluation (RFRL) The date the PR04-Referral for Evaluation form is received by the District. The date the PR04-Referral for Evaluation form is received by the District. This date should be reported for all students referred for evaluation since the last reporting cycle. This date should be reported for all students referred for evaluation since the last reporting cycle.

15 15 Event Data Parent/Guardian Consent for Evaluation Date (CNST) Parent/Guardian Consent for Evaluation Date (CNST) The date the parent/guardian grants/refuses consent for evaluation, from PR05-Parent Consent for Evaluation Part 1 (Grant Consent) or Part 2 (Refuse Consent). The date the parent/guardian grants/refuses consent for evaluation, from PR05-Parent Consent for Evaluation Part 1 (Grant Consent) or Part 2 (Refuse Consent). This should be reported with an Outcome ID to indicate status This should be reported with an Outcome ID to indicate status Outcome ID: Outcome ID:  CNGT – Consent Granted  CNRF – Consent Refused  CNNR - Consent Not Returned  CNDP - Consent moved to due process

16 16 Event Data Evaluation Team Report Completion Date-Initial (IETR) Evaluation Team Report Completion Date-Initial (IETR) The date the PR06-Evaluation Team Report is completed (from Part B, PR06). The date the PR06-Evaluation Team Report is completed (from Part B, PR06). This element should be reported with an Outcome ID to indicate status (e.g. Student was determined to be eligible for services; Student was determined to NOT be eligible for services, etc.) This element should be reported with an Outcome ID to indicate status (e.g. Student was determined to be eligible for services; Student was determined to NOT be eligible for services, etc.) If the Evaluation Team Report completion date does not meet compliance standards, then a Non-compliance ID is required. If the Evaluation Team Report completion date does not meet compliance standards, then a Non-compliance ID is required. Outcome ID: Outcome ID:  ETEL – Eligible for services  ETEL – Eligible for services  ETNE – Not eligible for Services  ETNE – Not eligible for Services  ETDP – ETR Resulted in Due Process  ETDP – ETR Resulted in Due Process

17 17 Event Data Individualized Education Program (IEP) Completion Date-Initial (IIEP) Individualized Education Program (IEP) Completion Date-Initial (IIEP) The meeting date when the Individualized Education Program was completed. The meeting date when the Individualized Education Program was completed. From page 1, PR07-Individualized Education Program meeting date. From page 1, PR07-Individualized Education Program meeting date. If the Individualized Education Program completion date does not meet compliance standards, then a Non-compliance ID is required. If the Individualized Education Program completion date does not meet compliance standards, then a Non-compliance ID is required. Outcome ID: Outcome ID:  IESR – IEP Complete – Served  IENS – IEP Complete – Not Served  IEPR – IEP Complete Parental refusal  IEDP – IEP Resulted in Due Process

18 18 Event Data Evaluation Team Report Completion Date- Reevaluation (RETR) Evaluation Team Report Completion Date- Reevaluation (RETR) The date the PR06-Evaluation Team Report is completed (from Part B, PR06). The date the PR06-Evaluation Team Report is completed (from Part B, PR06). This element should be reported with an Outcome ID to indicate status (e.g. Student was determined to be eligible for services; Student was determined to NOT be eligible for services, etc.). This element should be reported with an Outcome ID to indicate status (e.g. Student was determined to be eligible for services; Student was determined to NOT be eligible for services, etc.). If the Evaluation Team Report completion date does not meet compliance standards, then a Non-compliance ID is required. If the Evaluation Team Report completion date does not meet compliance standards, then a Non-compliance ID is required. Outcome ID: Outcome ID:  ETEL – Eligible for services  ETDP – ETR Resulted in Due Process  ETEX – Exiting Special education

19 19 Event Data Individualized Education Program (IEP) Completion Date-Periodic Review (RIEP) Individualized Education Program (IEP) Completion Date-Periodic Review (RIEP) The meeting date when the Individualized Education Program was completed. The meeting date when the Individualized Education Program was completed. PR07-Individualized Education Program PR07-Individualized Education Program If the Individualized Education Program completion date does not meet compliance standards, then a Non-compliance ID is required. If the Individualized Education Program completion date does not meet compliance standards, then a Non-compliance ID is required. Outcome ID: Outcome ID:  IESR IEP Complete – Served  IENS IEP Complete – Not Served  IEPR IEP Complete Parental refusal  IEDP – IEP Resulted in Due Process  IEEX IEP Complete – Exiting Special Education

20 20 Event Data Transfer Student IEP Adoption Date (TIEP) Transfer Student IEP Adoption Date (TIEP) Date the district adopted an IEP developed by another Ohio public educational entity WITHOUT modification. Date the district adopted an IEP developed by another Ohio public educational entity WITHOUT modification. IF district chose to modify the IEP for a transfer student they should report the date the IEP was modified as an ‘IEP Completion Date-Periodic Review’ (RIEP) IF district chose to modify the IEP for a transfer student they should report the date the IEP was modified as an ‘IEP Completion Date-Periodic Review’ (RIEP)

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22 22 Special Education Record Date Date The date each activity is completed The date each activity is completed Dates will be reported for: Dates will be reported for: Preschool Transition Conference Preschool Transition Conference Referral for Evaluation Referral for Evaluation Parent/Guardian Consent for Re-evaluation Parent/Guardian Consent for Re-evaluation ETR Completion ETR Completion Initial Initial Re-evaluation Re-evaluation IEP Completion IEP Completion Initial Initial Periodic Review Periodic Review Transfer Student IEP Adoption Date Transfer Student IEP Adoption Date

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24 24 Special Education Record Outcome Outcome The results of each activity The results of each activity Often points to the “next step” of the ID process Often points to the “next step” of the ID process For example, if an ETR finds “eligible for services,” one expects to see an IEP date For example, if an ETR finds “eligible for services,” one expects to see an IEP date

25 25 Date Type and Outcomes Every reported date will require an outcome. Every reported date will require an outcome. Only certain outcomes and non-compliance IDs can be reported with certain date types. Only certain outcomes and non-compliance IDs can be reported with certain date types.

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27 27 Special Education Record Outcomes Outcomes **** – Not Applicable **** – Not Applicable CNDP – Consent Moved to Due Process CNDP – Consent Moved to Due Process CNGT – Consent Granted CNGT – Consent Granted CNNR – Consent Not Returned CNNR – Consent Not Returned CNRF – Consent Refused CNRF – Consent Refused ETDP – ETR Resulted in Due Process ETDP – ETR Resulted in Due Process ETEL – Eligible for Services ETEL – Eligible for Services ETEX – Exiting Special Education ETEX – Exiting Special Education ETNE – Not Eligible for Services ETNE – Not Eligible for Services IEDP – IEP Resulted in Due Process IEDP – IEP Resulted in Due Process IEEX – Complete – Exiting Special Education IEEX – Complete – Exiting Special Education IENS – IEP Complete – Not Served IENS – IEP Complete – Not Served IEPR – IEP Complete – Parental Refusal IEPR – IEP Complete – Parental Refusal IESR – IEP Complete – Served IESR – IEP Complete – Served

28 28 Special Education Record Non-Compliance Reason Non-Compliance Reason Describes reasons why an activity was not completed according to the federally mandated timelines Describes reasons why an activity was not completed according to the federally mandated timelines If completed on-time use ‘**’ If completed on-time use ‘**’

29 29 Special Education Record Non-Compliance ID Non-Compliance ID Identifier for the reason an event is out of compliance. Identifier for the reason an event is out of compliance. ** - Not Applicable ** - Not Applicable 01 – No Identified Reason 01 – No Identified Reason 02 – Staff Not Available-Summer Months 02 – Staff Not Available-Summer Months 03 – Staff Not Available-School Year 03 – Staff Not Available-School Year 04 – Scheduling conflicts with family 04 – Scheduling conflicts with family 05 – Parental Choice 05 – Parental Choice 06 – Parent Refused Consent 06 – Parent Refused Consent 07 – Child’s Health 07 – Child’s Health 08 – Student’s Incarceration 08 – Student’s Incarceration

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31 31 Data Transition Plan Indicate the status of the transition services portion of the student’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Indicate the status of the transition services portion of the student’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP). The transition services plan must be completed for students with a disability who will be turning 16 years old by June 1st. The transition services plan must be completed for students with a disability who will be turning 16 years old by June 1st.  Transition Plan in Place – The student’s transition plan is complete on his/her current IEP.  No Transition Plan in Place – The student’s current IEP does NOT have a transition plan complete.

32 32 New elements on General District Record – October Prior Year Preschool Transition Conferences Held by 3 rd Birthday – No Disability Suspected Prior Year Preschool Transition Conferences Held by 3 rd Birthday – No Disability Suspected Prior Year Preschool Transition Conferences Held after 3 rd Birthday – No Disability Suspected Prior Year Preschool Transition Conferences Held after 3 rd Birthday – No Disability Suspected Prior Year Nonpublic Students Evaluated for Special Education – Ineligible Prior Year Nonpublic Students Evaluated for Special Education – Ineligible

33 33 New elements on General District Record – Yearend Preschool Transition Conferences Held by 3 rd Birthday – No Disability Suspected Preschool Transition Conferences Held by 3 rd Birthday – No Disability Suspected Preschool Transition Conferences Held after 3 rd Birthday – No Disability Suspected Preschool Transition Conferences Held after 3 rd Birthday – No Disability Suspected Nonpublic Students Evaluated for Special Education – Ineligible Nonpublic Students Evaluated for Special Education – Ineligible

34 34 Data REMINDER: REMINDER: The Prior Disability code and Special Ed Exit Date must still be reported. The Prior Disability code and Special Ed Exit Date must still be reported.

35 35 Data REMINDER: REMINDER: Districts must report one and only one 210xxx or 217xxx program code for any student reported with a disability condition Districts must report one and only one 210xxx or 217xxx program code for any student reported with a disability condition

36 Any Questions?


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