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1 DeterminationsDeterminations Now what??

2 Determination Levels Meets Requirements Needs Assistance Needs Intervention Needs Substantial Intervention

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4 Criteria 1. Audit Findings 2.Timely Correction of Identified Non-Compliance 3.Timely and Accurate Data 4.Procedural Compliance 5.Student & System Results

5 Why are we here?

6 Procedural Compliance Did the district demonstrate substantial compliance with procedural compliance indicators? –2008 – for : Indicators 9, 10, 11, 12, 13

7 Rules for criteria Meets Requirements= –0% in IN 9 & 10 or 95% and greater in all * Needs Assistance = –1 or more IN with No or at 75%-94% in any one or more * Needs Intervention = –1 or more IN with No or < 75% in any one or more

8 Cell Size For school districts with cell sizes of fewer than five students or have a not applicable (n/a) for any of the student and system results indicators, the districts performance for each of the results indicators will be individually examined by the state.

9 State Data -IN 11 FFY Baseline Target Actual % % 95.7 % % 88.4 %

10 IN 11--Where do you fit? District% Annette Island71 Bering Strait50 Chatham50 Cordova67 Juneau46 Kake33

11 TA Rubric For each Level –Monitoring Activities –Technical Assistance –Improvement Activities –Incentives or Sanctions

12 Where do you report this data? Supplemental Workbook When do you report your data? July 15 or prior to summer departure

13 Consent for Evaluation – Indicator 11 Include all students for whom initial parental consent to evaluate was received. This includes students who were evaluated but did not qualify. Do NOT include students who received a reevaluation (3 year) this year. Do NOT include students for whom consent was received within the last 45 days of school. These will be reported in the following year.

14 Remember, it is your data that drives your district SPED determination SPED needs to take active role in checking OASIS files prior to submission even though these file most often come from the student management folks. Review questioned data carefully. Just because you can replicate it does not make it correct. Accurate data can help you identify areas that your program excels in and areas where they need some extra attention.

15 Reviewing Materials Administrative Policies & Procedures Student Files

16 Working Groups Don –Bering Strait –Chatham –Cordova –Kake Sharon –Juneau –Annette Island –Lower Kuskokwim –Lower Yukon

17 Good Morning

18 Brainstorming / Solutions Have You Identified the Problem?

19 Corrective Action Plans IndicatorDate of completion Person Responsible PlanEvidenceDate completed Is it on Your Corrective Action Plan??

20 Website

21 Next Steps?? CAPs --Due by Jan. 1, 2009 CAP's Fulfilled by May 1, 2009

22 Contacts: Karen Lipson at or at for questions about reporting your data. Sharon Schumacher at or for program questions or non-data questions about the SPP/APR or SPED Supplemental. To download the SPED Supplemental or access other important SPED information on the web -


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