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What’s New with Special Education Data?. (…and Reminders for what is not new!). We still have…. The Office of Special Education (OSEP) Tables Table 1 – Child Count (last Fri. October) Table 2 – Special Education Personnel (December) Table 3 – Environments (last Friday in October)

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What s new with special education data

What’s New with Special Education Data?

(…and Reminders for what is not new!)


We still have
We still have…

  • The Office of Special Education (OSEP) Tables

    • Table 1 – Child Count (last Fri. October)

    • Table 2 – Special Education Personnel (December)

    • Table 3 – Environments (last Friday in October)

    • Table 4 – Exits (Final pull – Oct 1 for 08/09)

    • Table 5 – Discipline (Final pull – Oct 1 for 08/09)

    • Table 6 – Academic achievement (Feb 1 – Annual Report)

    • Table 7 – Due Process (DPA completes – Nov. 1)

      And now we also have:

    • Table 8 - Early Intervention(Coming Attraction)


We have a better way to report
We have a better way to report!!

  • NASIS!!

  • Steps:

    • Find student (left panel)

    • Click on most recent enrollment

    • Find the BIE enrollment section

    • Enter special education status

      • 1 if not now or ever special education

      • 2 if referred – must complete assessment within 60 days of permission

      • 3 receiving services

      • 4 exited from services – complete reason and date

    • Enter primary disability

    • Enter special education setting


More nasis
More NASIS

  • Make sure all other information is correct

    • Discipline with incidences, resolutions and dates as needed

    • Complete Exit data

    • Homeless checked if appropriate

    • Limited English Proficiency data

    • Graduation data if appropriate

    • All other basic data is correct

    • For Spring 2010 graduates data will be from NASIS


New early intervention
NEW - Early Intervention

  • On the BIE enrollment tab

    • Put a check in the Intervening Services box if

    • You are using special education dollars to provide services

    • Table 8 will require reporting this information


New high quality teachers
NEW – High Quality Teachers

  • Enter High Quality Teacher (HQT) information into NASIS

  • Will be found under census

  • School must keep paper record of qualifications

  • Teacher must meet the HQT requirements for teaching the class to which they are assigned


Forms in nasis
Forms in NASIS

  • IEP forms now on NASIS – yea!!!

  • Please complete the forms as indicated

  • Forms are data entry points

  • Work with system administration to make sure right people have right level of access

  • Remember confidentiality – few people will need this access


Right now
Right Now…

Discipline

Exits

No longer receives services

Transferred – proof

( end grade a school)

Dropped out

Graduated

Certificate

Maximum age

Died

  • ‘618’ regulations

  • Remove to an Interim Alternative Education Setting

  • Suspensions / expulsions

  • By gender and ethnicity


Why do we do all this

Why do we do all this?

Basic student roster

Federal Reporting requirements

Funds distribution

ISEP

Titles

Part B

Most Important:

To give guidance for instructional planning


Trends over time
Trends over time…

School Year

Number of students with IEPs

7,998

7,465

6,918

7,057

6,724

  • 2004-2005

  • 2005-2006

  • 2006-2007

  • 2007-2008

  • 2008-2009




Think about
Think About

  • Where are students served at your school

  • What impact would the total number have on the year to year change in %

  • Things to consider when determining service LRE

    • Individual needs

    • Limiting amount of time away from peers but also meeting special education needs

    • How can time in regular classroom be increased without denying services



Graduation rate why different
Graduation Rate..Why Different?

  • BIE moved to the Cohort concept all states must use.

  • Last year - first attempt at verifying the data

  • Next data year data will be taken from NASIS

    GOAL:

  • To reduce gap between the all students category and the SWD category

  • Formula: _____#_graduates___________

    9thgrd (fall 4 yrs prev.) + (trans. in 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th) – (trans. out +decea.)









We are getting better
We are getting better!!

2006-2007 - 27.49%

2007-2008 - 47.87%


Levels things to consider
Levels – Things to consider

  • Indicator 11 – timely evaluations this is critical

  • Indicator 8 – parent surveys in so they are counted

  • Indicator 20 – timely data examples

    • Child Count rosters back on time

    • Personnel data returned in a timely manner

    • Discipline data correctly entered in NASIS

    • Exit data entered in NASIS


Final word
Final Word…

  • Data collections are getting much better every year

  • Make the task useful, look at your own data and use it

    Thank You For All Your Hard Work in Improving the Data Collections!!


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