Inventory of Services and Supports ISS for Students with Disabilities  2009-10 Edition  DRAFT

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1. Inventory of Services and Supports (ISS) for Students with Disabilities 2009-10 Edition DRAFT

2. 2 Welcome Thank you for joining us Please identify yourself in the chat area now Introductions will follow JulieJulie

3. 3 Housekeeping Communication Webinar is in presentation mode. Audio is primarily over the Internet. (Quick Audio Check Poll) Questions are welcomed; submit them online in the text-chat area in the “chat” area (lower-left). These will be collected and addressed via a FAQ. Conference Call only webinar participants - please send questions to Lisa McClung - [email protected] JulieJulie

4. 4 Housekeeping Tech Support During the Event Text-chat jduffie or email [email protected] The event is being recorded and will be available afterwards on the ESEA webpage at: http://www.cacompcenter.org/esea-requirements juliejulie

5. 5 Introductions California Department of Education Laura Wagner Georgianne Knight Chris Drouin County Office of Education Lora Gonzalez, Butte COE California Comprehensive Center Sharon Tucker Julie intro LauraJulie intro Laura

6. 6 Outcomes Participants will… Understand the purpose of the Inventory of Services and Supports for Students with Disabilities (ISS) tool and how to use this tool. Understand how this tool works in coordination with the other tools. Understand how the ISS is connected to the District Assistance and Intervention Team (DAIT) areas.

7. 7 Background - Why the ISS? The field expressed a need for a tool in the DAIT process that will: Assist staff in understanding why students with disabilities are not learning. Provide a self assessment tool that goes beyond and builds upon the Academic Program Survey (APS) for this particular sub-group of students. Provide a tool that is connected to the DAIT standards. Provide a tool that is quality driven vs. compliance driven.

8. 8 Background - Why the ISS? Provide a tool that uses existing data related to students with disabilities (SWD). Provide information that will assist DAIT providers in writing the Needs Assessment Report. Provide information for Districts to revise their Local Educational Agency (LEA) Plan. Provide information for targeted actions written in the LEA plan that will improve student achievement and other outcomes for students with disabilities.

9. 9 ISS Purpose Assist districts in assessing its program and services for students with disabilities. Expand upon information about students with disabilities that are explicitly included in the Academic Program Survey (APS), and the District Assessment Survey (DAS). Target elements to provide an in-depth analysis that can guide actions for increased student achievement results.

10. 10 The ISS is aligned to the DAIT areas: A. Governance B. Alignment of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment C. Fiscal Operations D. Parent and Community Involvement E. Human Resources F. Data Systems and Monitoring G. Professional Development

11. 11 It is not necessary to collect all of the data suggested. Data should be provided that supports the objective, criteria, and clarifications to assist reviewer. District may have other data to support the objectives.

12. 12 Overview of the ISS Tool Organization 5 steps

13. 13 Administration of the ISS Who’s Involved? District Leadership Team (DLT) and Technical Assistance Providers include others in conversations and discussion (see below): Curriculum and Instruction Special Education Director Fiscal Human Resources (HR) Facilities English Language (EL) Coordinator Intervention/After School Specialist Categorical programs Data and Assessment After review and synthesis of all data from the APS and DAS, the District Leadership Team (DLT) and technical assistance providers should include the following individuals in conversations about programs and instructional priorities for SWD: After review and synthesis of all data from the APS and DAS, the District Leadership Team (DLT) and technical assistance providers should include the following individuals in conversations about programs and instructional priorities for SWD:

14. 14 Review achievement data and data from other tools. Administer the ISS with appropriate staff to better understand and analyze program and services for students with disabilities (SWDs). Confirm the results of ISS findings with classroom walkthroughs, grade level and/or department level interviews, student shadowing, and other data. Complete the “Synthesis Statement” based on information gathered. Discuss, determine, and document important conclusions.

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36. 36 So What’s Next? Based on the information that was just reviewed… What recommendations would you suggest be included as written actions in the District’s LEA plan?

37. 37 Conclusion ISS tool design & implementation provide the district: A deeper understanding of why students with disabilities are not learning and closing the achievement gap. Insights into ‘how’ and ‘what to target’ to meet the educational needs of SWDs to be addressed in the LEA Plan. Data that is useful and coherent with other CDE tools. Information that acts as a catalyst for conversations to improve results for students with disabilities.

38. 38 Contact Please email questions to: Lisa McClung - [email protected]

39. 39 Thank You Review the CA CC Web site for other state tools and archived Webinars at: http://www.cacompcenter.org/esea-requirements

40. 40 Participant Survey Please give us feedback: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=nx2wr5Siqg88aEivopFYZw_3d_3d

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