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KCMP Quarter 3. Indicators 1, 2, 4, and 20. November - January. Basic Format. Past. Brief history of the indicator since the SPP began Trend data State level insights or issues Current year’s data Current APR activities Any issues from this past year? New activities?

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Kcmp quarter 3

KCMP Quarter 3

Indicators 1, 2, 4, and 20

November - January


Basic format

Basic Format

Past

  • Brief history of the indicator since the SPP began

  • Trend data

  • State level insights or issues

  • Current year’s data

  • Current APR activities

  • Any issues from this past year?

  • New activities?

  • Any changes from OSEP?

  • State level issues

Present

Future


Indicators 1 and 2

Indicators 1 and 2

  • Graduation Rate

  • Drop Out Rate


Kentucky graduation rates for students with disabilities 2004 to 2008

Past

Kentucky Graduation Rates for Students with Disabilities2004 to 2008


Drop out rates for students with disabilities 2004 to 2008

Past

Drop Out Ratesfor Students with Disabilities2004 to 2008


Indicator 1 and 2 activities

Present

Indicator 1 and 2 Activities

DECS will collaborate with the KDE Dropout Prevention Branch to coordinate efforts toward dropout prevention in districts not meeting the state targets for Indicators 1 and 2

Action Steps:

DECS and the Dropout Prevention Branch will:

  • Conduct data analysis to determine root causes and needed improvement strategies for districts not meeting the state target for Indicators 1 and 2

  • Develop an action plan for providing assistance to districts not meeting the state target for Indicators 1 and 2

  • Require districts not meeting Indicator 1 and 2 targets to implement the action plan


Indicator 1 and 2

Future

Indicator 1 and 2

  • New activities?

  • Any changes from OSEP?

  • State level issues


Indicator 4

Indicator 4

  • Suspension Rates Over 10 Days

  • Suspension Rates – Comparison of Students with Disabilities to Students without Disabilities


Suspension rates over 10 days

Past

Suspension Rates Over 10 Days


2007 08 suspension rates over 10 days

Past

2007-08 Suspension Rates over 10 days


Suspension rates

Past

Suspension Rates


Suspension rates1

Past

Suspension Rates


Indicator 4 activities

Present

Indicator 4 Activities

DECS and Special Education Cooperatives will provide training and consultation/ technical assistance for data analysis and action planning to districts whose data indicate a significant discrepancy in the rate of suspensions/expulsions of students with disabilities

Action Steps:

  • DECs will develop a protocol for root cause analysis for use by districts

  • DECS will require districts with significant discrepancies whose trend data has not improved over time to:

    • Develop an analysis of suspension /expulsion data at the individual student level, using the DECS root cause analysis protocol. The district will submit its analysis and an action plan to DECS for approval

    • Secure training and technical assistance based on the district’s root cause analysis for the implementation of positive behavior interventions and supports at targeted schools in the district

    • Submit prescribed documentation to the Special Education Co-op and DECS on an ongoing basis


Indicator 41

Future

Indicator 4

  • New activities?

  • Any changes from OSEP?

  • State level issues


Indicator 20

Indicator 20

  • Timely and Accurate Data


2007 08 state data

Past

2007-08 State Data


2007 08 state data1

Past

2007-08 State Data


2007 08 state data2

Past

2007-08 State Data


Indicator 20 activities

Present

Indicator 20 Activities

DECS will convene regular meetings of the Special Education Advisory Group for Infinite Campus (SEAGIC) to provide input, direction and guidance for special education data requirements in the student information system.

Action Steps

1. SEAGIC will meet 3 to 4 times annually

2.SEAGIC will develop and revise special education data collection requirements including development of data standards to reflect changes in federal and state laws to improve the student information system

3SEAGIC will be representative of local district, state, and vendor staff


Indicator 20 activities1

Present

Indicator 20 Activities

DECS’ APR work group will review APR Indicators and data

Action Steps

DECS data manager will:

1. Generate data for each indicator 2.Work with DECS staff assigned to indicators to provide, explain and discuss data needs

3Analyze data at the state and district levels for consistency, accuracy, and appropriate decision- making with regard to compliance


Indicator 20 activities2

Present

Indicator 20 Activities

DECs will provide technical assistance to districts for submissions of required data to KDE and DECS

Action Steps

DECS data manager will:

  • Review local district data submission

  • Work with districts to identify and correct data errors


Indicator 201

Future

Indicator 20

  • New activities?

  • Any changes from OSEP?

  • State level issues


Quarter 3 schedule

Quarter 3 Schedule

  • November 1? – Districts receive KCMP documents

  • November Coop Network Meeting – Review Indicators

  • December Coop Network Meeting – Review Data

  • December 30?? – KCMP documents due to Coops

  • January Coop Network Meeting – Review Root Causes and Activities

  • January 30?? – Regional Reports due to DECS


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