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Disproportionality Stakeholder Meeting Oct. 27-28, 2008.

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1 Disproportionality Stakeholder Meeting Oct , 2008

2 Indicator 9 Percent of districts with disproportionate representation of racial and ethnic groups in special education and related services that is the result of inappropriate identification. Percent of districts with disproportionate representation of racial and ethnic groups in special education and related services that is the result of inappropriate identification.

3 Indicator 9 Criteria Over-representation Over-representation 1 district 1 district Had a risk ratio of 3 or more Had a risk ratio of 3 or more Under representation Under representation 1 district 1 district Had a risk ratio of.33 or lower Had a risk ratio of.33 or lower Race and ethnic groups Native American White Considering a cell size of 10 or more students

4 IN Data DistrictOverUnderEthnicity District #17 XNA XW

5 Indicator 10 Percent of districts with disproportionate representation of racial and ethnic groups in specific disability categories that is the result of inappropriate identification.

6 Indicator 10 FY Risk Ratio: Risk Ratio: 3 or higher 3 or higher.33 or lower.33 or lower 5 Districts 5 Districts Eligibility Categories Represented Eligibility Categories Represented SLD SLD SI SI ED ED OHI OHI Race/Ethnicity Groups (where the disproportionate representation may be the result of inappropriate identification) White Native American African American Asian Measurable & Rigorous Target: 0% ____%

7 FY DistrictOverUnderDisabilityEthnicity District #16 xEDAA District #22 xEDNA District #5 xOHIA District #17 xSINA xSIW xLDNA xLDW District #13 xLDNA

8 9 & 10 What does this mean for districts, if they are found to be disproportionate? What does this mean for districts, if they are found to be disproportionate? Review Intake and referral practices Additional review of ESERs Focused Monitoring activities Possible 15 % on early intervening services

9 Working Groups Don – Galena & Craig Don – Galena & Craig Sharon – Fairbanks, Juneau, Anchorage Sharon – Fairbanks, Juneau, Anchorage Cesar -- Floating Cesar -- Floating

10 Tasks Administrative Policies & Procedures Administrative Policies & Procedures Student Files Student Files Significant Disportionality Significant Disportionality %15 early intervening %15 early intervening

11 What did you Learn?

12 What do you need to do to follow- up?

13 Next steps Step 1 Step 1 Develop corrective action plans Develop corrective action plans Anything to redo Anything to redo Admin policies needed Admin policies needed Step 2 Step 2 Develop improvement plan Develop improvement plan Training needed Training needed Guidelines to be developed Guidelines to be developed

14 Corrective Action Plans Indicator Date of completion Person Responsible PlanEvidence Date completed

15 Website

16 Significant Disproportionality Alaskas Criteria Alaskas Criteria Risk Ratio higher than 4 Risk Ratio higher than 4 Cell size greater than 10 Cell size greater than 10 OSEP Mandated Areas LRE Discipline Indicators 9 & 10

17 Thank you for all your hard work


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