Special Education Monitoring. February 16, 2011 Event #8224. Agenda. Update on PBM and RFM Intensive Program of Instruction and Accelerated Program of Instruction Monitoring of Nonpublic Schools Detention Facilities Paraprofessionals and Inclusion Support.
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Special Education Monitoring
February 16, 2011
Update on Performance-Based Monitoring
Update on Residential Facility Monitoring
Accelerated Program of Instruction
Intensive Program of Instruction
FIRST ADMINISTRATION OF TAKS
Requirements for Special Populations
Students Receiving Special Education
For a SPED student who does not perform satisfactorily on a state assessment, no matter what grade level, there should be
The written curriculum is aligned with the TEKS and provides opportunity for access to and progress in the TEKS as appropriate for the students placed; and
Inclusion Support and the Use of Paraprofessionals
Students with disabilities from District A are sent to a detention facility where District A students and students from other area LEAs are sent. The facility is located in District B.
District A and B have an MOU that states that District A will conduct the ARD committee meetings for students who came from District A.
The MOU also states that it is the responsibility of District B staff to provide all instruction and services as outlined in the students’ IEPs.
All sessions will be from 1:00-3:00 P.M.
For questions or concerns, email . . .
Phone number-(512) 463- 5226
Fax number- (512) 463-3136