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Idaho New Charter Schools Determination Levels 2011. Copy of Data. IDEA. Below are Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) requirements for States as stated in an FAQ document:

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Idaho New Charter Schools Determination Levels2011


Copy of Data


IDEA

Below are Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) requirements for States as stated in an FAQ document:

  • States are required to enforce the IDEA by making “determinations annually under IDEA section 616(e) on the performance of each LEA under Part B”


IDEA

States must use the same four categories in IDEA section 616(d) as OSEP in making determinations of the status of LEAs/EIS programs. These categories are:

  • Meets Requirements;

  • Needs Assistance;

  • Needs Intervention; and

  • Needs Substantial Intervention.


IDEA

States MUST consider:

  • Performance on complianceindicators;

  • Whether data submitted by LEAs programs are valid, reliable, and timely;

  • Uncorrected noncompliance from other sources; and

  • Any audit findings.


IDEA

In addition, States could also consider:

  • Performance on performance indicators; and

  • Other information


Monitoring Workgroup Participants

  • Directors

  • Superintendents

  • Parent Group

  • Regional Consultant

  • Central Office Staff

  • Across the Regions

  • Large and Small Districts

    Debby Lund, Pat Farmer, JoAnn Curtis, Desi Laughlin, Mert Burns, Mel Wiseman, Mike Haberman, Charlie Silva, Cathy Thornton, Frank Howe, Evelyn Mason, Marybeth Flachbart, Jean Taylor, Jacque Hyatt, Jodie Mills, Gina Hoper and Janice Carson


Monitoring Workgroup

Advise the SDE:

  • Monitoring Process and Procedures

  • Timelines

  • Guidelines

  • Determination Criteria


Compliance Indicators Used

  • Indicator 20- Data for Child Count, Exiting, and Discipline is submitted by the due date and is accurate.


Copy of Data


Timely Corrected and Verified Noncompliance from Program Verification

  • What is it? Timely Corrected and Verified Noncompliance from Program Verification is all noncompliance found through the program verification process has been corrected and verified as corrected.

  • Where do you get this data? This data was obtained during your program verification meeting and subsequent follow-up meetings.


Timely Corrected and Verified Noncompliance from Program Verification

  • 3 = Completed by or on March 1st

  • 2 = Completed by or on April 1st

  • 1 = Completed by or on May 1st

  • 0 = Completed by or on June 1st  


Complaints with Findings

  • What is it? The number of complaints your charter school received this school year with findings.

  • Where do you get this data? This is collected during a complaint investigation facilitated by our dispute resolution coordinator.


Complaints with Findings

  • 3 = No Complaints with Findings

  • 2 = One - Two Complaint with Findings

  • 1 = Three Complaints with Findings

  • 0 = Four + Complaints with Findings  


Indicator 20Timely and Accurate Data

  • What is it? The SDE takes into consideration only Child Count and Exiting data.

  • Where do you get this data? There are time stamps for both of these data collection systems.


Indicator 20Timely and Accurate Data


Idaho’s Determinations


Idaho Determination Level


Idaho Determination Level

  • Meets Requirements

  • Change is Coming…..


Thank You!

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