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state performance plan spp annual performance report apr measures casemis users meeting spring 2008

State Performance Plan (SPP) & Annual Performance Report (APR) MeasuresCASEMIS Users MeetingSpring 2008

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IDEA Accountability Process

Six year plan. Original submitted Dec. 2005. Established original targets, benchmarks and improvement activities. Revised as data comes on line and as required by OSEP Compliance Determinations.

State Performance Plan

Annual report of progress on targets and benchmarks established in SPP. Revised as OSEP requirements are updated and as required by OSEP Compliance Determinations

Annual Performance Report

Annual evaluation of state’s compliance status. OSEP considers APR compliance, Uncorrected noncompliance, Timely and Accurate Data, and Audit findings.

Compliance Determination

Applied after 2 years as “Needs Assistance” and for “Needs Intervention” and “Needs Substantial Intervention.” Leads to special conditions and interruption of funding

Sanctions

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The SPP and the APR consist of 20 federally-required indicators. Ten are considered compliance indicators and ten are consider performance indicators.

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Compliance Indicators require 95 to100% compliance at state level in order to get a compliance determination of “Meets Requirements” from OSEP.

  • The state is required to review data for each district and, if warranted, make a finding of noncompliance. District findings and corrective actions must be tracked and reported annually in the APR.
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Performance Indicators are tracked in relation to state-established targets and benchmarks.

  • These targets and benchmarks were originally established in conjunction with a broad-based stakeholder group.
  • The targets and benchmarks have been approved by the State Board of Education in successive versions of the State Performance Plan.
  • The state reports progress or slippage in relation to the annual benchmarks each year in the APR.
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The IDEA requires that CDE report publicly overall and that we publicly report on the first 14 indicators at the district level.

  • Six are compliance indicators and eight are performance indicators.
  • The compliance indicators must be used as a part of the LEAs compliance determination
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Once approved by the Superintendent and the State Board of Education, the State Performance Plan (SPP) and the Annual Performance Report are posted on the web at:

http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/se/qa/

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Local reports are posted on the web.

The Annual Performance Report Measures can be found on the CDE website at:

http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/se/ac/

district level special education annual performance reports
District-Level Special Education Annual Performance Reports
  • Replace Key Performance Indicator (KPI) Data Reports
  • Are published annually
  • Reflect data reported in the Annual Performance Report for a particular year
    • 2005-06 Data Reports are currently on the web
    • 2006-07 Data Reports will be posted in May 08
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Can be located at:

http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/se/ds/sppaprrpts.asp

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Pretend Unified School District

0000 Neverland SELPA

District Identifying information

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Pretend Unified School District

0000 Neverland SELPA

District Enrollment information

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Pretend Unified School District

0000 Neverland SELPA

Annual Performance Report Indicators

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Pretend Unified School District

0000 Neverland SELPA

Performance information

casemis implications compliance indicators
CASEMIS Implications - Compliance Indicators
  • Indicator 9 – Disproportionality Overall
    • Check Race/Ethnicity entries
  • Indicator 10 – Disproportionality by Disability
    • Check Race/Ethnicity entries
    • Check Disability 1
  • Indicator 11 – Initial Evaluation
    • Check that A-28 PRNT_CSNT is within 60 days of A-29 INIT_EVAL
  • Indicator 12 – Part C to Part B Transition
    • Check that children referred by Part C (Regional Center or Public School program) have A-29 INIT_EVAL or A-34 LAST_IEP before their 3rd birthday
    • Check to make sure that the parent consent date is accurate
casemis implications compliance indicators1
CASEMIS Implications - Compliance Indicators
  • Indicator 13 – Transition Goals and Services
    • For students aged sixteen and above, student must have valid entries in A-45 TRAN_GOAL1 and B-5 SERVICES (800 series)
general requirement
General Requirement
  • 34 CFR 300.600(a) The State must monitor the implementation of this part, enforce this part in accordance with § 300.604(a)(1) and (a)(3), (b)(2)(i) and (b)(2)(v), and (c)(2), and annually report on performance under this part.
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Overall Determinations

34 CFR 300.603 (b) Determination—(1) General. Based on the information provided by the State in the State’s annual performance report, information obtained through monitoring visits, and any other public information made available, the Secretary determines if the State—

(i) Meets the requirements and purposes of Part B of the Act;

(ii) Needs assistance in implementing the requirements of Part B of the Act;

(iii) Needs intervention in implementing the requirements of Part B of the Act; or

(iv) Needs substantial intervention in implementing the requirements of Part B of the Act.

enforcement actions
Enforcement actions
  • 34 CFR 300.600 (a) The State must monitor the implementation of this part, enforce this part in accordance with
    • 300.604(a)(1) (provide TA)
    • § 300.604(a)(3) (impose special conditions)
    • § 300.604(b)(2)(i) (corrective action or improvement plan)
    • § 300.604(b)(2)(v) (withhold payments)
    • § 300.604(c)(2) (withhold payments
compliance determination comparison
2005-06

Data

Audits

Uncorrected NCs

Compliance Indicators

C to B Transition

2006-07

Data

Audits

Uncorrected NCs

Compliance Indicators

Disproportionality (3 Indicators)

Eligibility

C to B Transition

Secondary Transition

Compliance Determination Comparison
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