Special Education Division (SED) Data Identified Noncompliance Patricia Skelton, Ed.D., Administrator Assessment, Evaluation, and Support Unit. Data Identified Noncompliance. OSEP requires the State to account for all instances of noncompliance, including noncompliance identified:
Special Education Division(SED)Data Identified NoncompliancePatricia Skelton, Ed.D., AdministratorAssessment, Evaluation, and Support Unit
2011 CASEMIS data was analyzed for compliance to the following state and federal requirements:
1. Children are evaluated within 60 days of receiving parental consent for initial evaluation (SPP Indicator 11)
2. Children referred by Part C prior to age three, who are found eligible for Part B, have an Individual Education Plan (IEP) developed and implemented by their third birthday (SPP Indicator 12)
3. Youth aged 16 and above have an IEP that includes the eight required measurable post-secondary goals (Indicator 13)
4. Annual Individual Education Plan (IEP) meeting (once a year)
5. Triennial (TRI) re-evaluation to determine the student’s continued eligibility (every three years)
Data Identified Noncompliance Monitoring and Reporting Technical Assistance Guide
She lost me at 98,000 noncompliant findings….
REALLY? I need to retire now!
What’s a Prong II ?
Does it hurt?
Please, please don’t ask any questions, I’m confused enough as it is…
Who is suppose to do what?