Monthly School Special Education Coordinator Web-Meeting. February 10, 2014. Agenda. District Updates Onsite Visit IDEA Funds General Compliance Present Levels Spring IEP Meetings SharePoint Forms Dos and Don’t of IEP Meetings The “new” Excent Indicator 14 SC-Alt Upcoming Dates.
Monthly School Special Education Coordinator Web-Meeting
February 10, 2014
What you should know though . . . .
We will be sending out information about this next week.
We cannot afford to revert back to old habits.
State Charter School Law (59-40)
Subsection 55: Sponsors Power
(7) notify the charter school of perceived problems if its performance or legal compliance appears to be unsatisfactory and provide reasonable opportunity for the school to remedy the problem, unless the problem warrants revocation and revocation timeframes apply;
(8) take appropriate corrective actions or exercise sanctions short of revocation in response to apparent deficiencies in charter school performance or legal compliance. These actions or sanctions may include requiring a school to develop and execute a corrective action plan within a specified timeframe;
Major issue in IEPs is present levels (no/inappropriate baseline data)
If PLPs aren’t appropriate, then annual goals are not measurable or achievable and you cannot progress monitor appropriately
To answer these questions, you have to know WHERE the child is starting from (PLPs) and where he needs to end up (AGs)
You must be able to answer the questions:
“If you want the student be do x by the end of the year (Annual Goal), what can he do now (PLP/Finding)?” and
“How will you know if he is going to get there/has gotten there?”
If the AR is outside of this 4 week window, you have 2 options:
*needs a 2nd rater on one or more students