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Sp. Ed. Directors’ Meeting September 18, 2008. Nori C. Mora, Ed.D. Center for Teaching and Learning. Welcome: Nori Mora. Announcements District News. TAKS Alt. Kimberly Cook. Assistive Technology Speech & Language Deaf & Hard of Hearing. Kimberly Cook.

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sp ed directors meeting september 18 2008

Sp. Ed. Directors’MeetingSeptember 18, 2008

Nori C. Mora, Ed.D.

Center for Teaching and Learning

welcome nori mora
Welcome: Nori Mora
  • Announcements
  • District News

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taks alt
TAKS Alt

Kimberly Cook

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assistive technology speech language deaf hard of hearing
Assistive Technology Speech & Language Deaf & Hard of Hearing

Kimberly Cook

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discipline cpi priscilla oebel
Discipline / CPI: Priscilla Oebel
  • CPI Correct fee is $30
  • Schoolwide Discipline
    • New campuses-4
    • Year 2 campuses-5
    • Year 3 campuses-12

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state performance plan and state determinations esc consultants
State Performance Plan and State Determinations: ESC Consultants

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spp 7 percent of preschool children with ieps who demonstrate improvement in the three outcomes

SPP 7Percent of preschool children with IEPs who demonstrate improvement in the three outcomes

Dina Hinojosa

361-561-8524

dina.hinojosa@esc2.us

data collection
Data Collection
  • entry data should be collected within 30 school days after the child begins receiving special education services
  • Collect 2008-2009 information on a hard copy of the COSF form
  • Keep this data collection in student’s permanent special education folder
  • SPP7 data collection application will not be open for the input of the 2008-09 data until early spring. (TEASE account)
  • New Binder for directors.

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trainings for 2008 2009
Trainings for 2008-2009
  • “Using the COSF” trainings will be available at the ESC on October 2 and November 13
  • Only “NEW” staff should attend this training
  • Child Development training will be available in October and November
  • New directors training for COSF data submission??? See Dina for dates/times
  • TOT for districts are available in a 2-day training

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spp 11

SPP 11

TIMELY EVALUATION for initials ages 3-21 years

data collection11
Data Collection
  • A=total number of students with initial referral during the 07-08 school year ages 3-21
  • B=determined NOT eligible within 90 days
  • C=determined eligible within 90 days
  • D=determined NOT eligible after 90 days
      • D1=90-120 days
      • D2=120+ days
      • D3=provide reason
  • E=determined eligible after 90 days
      • E1=90-120 days
      • E2=120+ days
      • E3=provide reason

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spp 12

SPP 12

EARLY CHILDHOOD TRANSITION for 3-year-olds

data collection part i
Data Collection – Part I
  • Part I = ECI to ISD
  • A=total number of 3 year-old students referred from ECI during the 07-08 school year
  • B1=referred but determined (by ARD) NOT eligible by age 3
  • B2=referred but determined (by ARD) NOT eligible after age 3
      • B2A=1-29 days
      • B2B=30+ days
  • B3=reason(s) for delay in holding ARD
  • C1=referred and determined (by ARD) eligible by age 3
  • C2=referred and determined (by ARD) eligible after age 3
      • C2A=1-29 days
      • C2B=30+ days
  • C3=reason(s) for delay in developing and implementing IEP

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data collection part ii
Data Collection – Part II
  • Part II = not previously served by ECI to ISD
  • D=total number of 3 year-old students referred during the 07-08 school year
  • E1=referred but determined (by ARD) NOT eligible by age 3
  • E2=referred but determined (by ARD) NOT eligible after age 3
      • B2A=1-29 days
      • B2B=30+ days
  • E3=reason(s) for delay in holding ARD
  • F1=referred and determined (by ARD) eligible by age 3
  • F2=referred and determined (by ARD) eligible after age 3
      • C2A=1-29 days
      • C2B=30+ days
  • F3=reason(s) for delay in developing and implementing IEP

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more information
More information
  • Window for collection opens early-mid October
  • Open for 30 days maximum
  • June 30, 2007-July 1, 2008
  • Apply for TEASE role –data entry agent or certifier
  • Be prepared to input data very soon
  • Q & A coming soon…

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spp indicator 13 valerie trevino
SPP Indicator 13Valerie Trevino
  • Percent of youth aged 16 and above with an IEP that includes coordinated, measurable, annual IEP goals and transition services that will reasonably enable the student to meet postsecondary goals.

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indicator 13 data collection spring 2009
Indicator 13 Data CollectionSpring 2009
  • New-Updated Checklist for Measurement
  • New-Updated Student Folder/IEP Review Chart (To be used as guidance for Checklist for Measurement of Indicator 13)
  • On-line Template
  • Will now go through TEASEaccount.
  • *Refer to Folder handed out today.

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spp indicator 14
SPP Indicator 14
  • Percent of youth who had IEP’s are no longer in secondary school and who have been competitively employed, enrolled in some type of post-secondary school, or both, within one year of leaving high school.
  • Data collected will be analyzed from the post-secondary follow up survey to gain indication of percentage of students with disabilities who have enrolled in postsecondary education institutions.

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iep facilitation barbie tumlinson
IEP Facilitation: Barbie Tumlinson

October Training Dates

Advanced FacilitationOctober 13 – 14

Email will go out to directors and invited participants with the workshop # & passcode.

Follow Up Day October 15

Email will go out to ALL previous participants. This workshop does not require a passcode.

Basic Training*October 16 – 17

Aransas County Flour Bluff

Alice CCISD (5 teams)

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IEP Facilitation: Barbie Tumlinson

December (Ike’s Make Up) Training Dates

Basic Training*December 11 – 12

Brush Country Flour Bluff

Tuloso-Midway Aransas Pass

CCISD (4 teams)

* For the basic trainings, an email will go out to directors with the workshop # & passcode.

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IEP Facilitation: Barbie Tumlinson

Free ARD Facilitation

By Nick Martin

Friday, September 26, 2008

If interested, please see Barbie!

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IEP Facilitation: Barbie Tumlinson

Region 2 Data is IN!

Working on compiling the findings…

  • will provide specific information to the 14 schools on the list

and

  • regional information at the next directors meeting in October.

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xba barbie tumlinson
XBA: Barbie Tumlinson

NEED Trainings with Robert Misak

September 3, December 10 & April 8

Coming Soon…

Essentials of Cross Battery Assessment

With Dr. Sam Ortiz

October 14, 15, & 16

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Parent Trainings: Barbie Tumlinson & Valerie Trevino

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Presenter: Terri Sowder

Positive Behavioral Interventions

8:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Understanding Bullying Behavior

1:00 – 4:00 p.m.

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update from significant disproportionally symposium
Update from Significant Disproportionally Symposium

Julie Brauchle

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coordinated early intervening services ceis
Coordinated Early Intervening Services (CEIS)

Rationale :

If we can identify and address learning difficulties early, we have a better chance of “fixing” those difficulties quickly.

If we wait to identify learning difficulties, we run the risk of increasing the remediation time.

An LEA can use up to 15% of IDEA Part B funds to provide CEIS for students who are not identified as needing special education or related services

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how can the funds be spent
HOW can the funds be spent?
  • Supplement – not supplant
  • Professional development
  • Providing educational and behavioral evaluations (not to be used to qualify a student for special education)
  • Providing educational services and supports (reading, math and/or RtI specialists; tutoring programs; supplemental programs; using related service personnel)
  • Tier 2 and 3 RtI activities

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on whom may ceis funds be spent
On WHOM may CEIS funds be spent?
  • Students K-12 (particularly K-3)
  • Not receiving ANY special education services
  • Students who have received special ed in the past, but are currently not receiving special ed ARE eligible

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what are the reporting requirements
What are the reporting REQUIREMENTS?
  • An LEA is required to annually report to the state on the number of children receiving EIS and the number of those children who eventually are identified as children with disabilities and receive special education and related services during the preceding TWO YEAR period.

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eis guidance document
EIS Guidance Document
  • MOE and EIS are interconnected. The decisions that an LEA makes about the amount of funds that it uses for one purpose affect the amount that it may use for the other. The guidance document at the following link has this information in depth:

http://www.tea.state.tx.us/special.ed/eis/eis-qanda.doc

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coordinated early intervening services ceis video explanation
Coordinated Early Intervening Services (CEIS) video explanation

http://idea.ed.gov/explore/view/p/%2Croot%2Cdynamic%2CVideoClips%2C16%2C

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significant disproportionality symposium
Significant Disproportionality Symposium

States must collect and examine to determine if significant disproportionality based on race or ethnicity exists in:

  • 6 of the disability categories (LD, MR, S/L impairments, OHI, Autism, & ED)
  • Placement of children in particular educational settings
  • The incidence, duration, and type of disciplinary action

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Significant Disproportionality Symposium
  • The states decide what is “significant.”
  • TEA first looked at PBMAS 15 & 16 and SPP 9 & 10
  • Then they ran further statistical reports.
  • They compared various race/ethnicities to each other and looked at the odds/ratio, i.e. African American v. Asian
  • First identified 90 districts then arbitrarily set the cut point at 2.5 and then identified 41 districts.
  • The cut point can change.
  • Encourage districts to look at their data for patterns.
  • Several really good tools developed by Region1 and 13.

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statewide assessments valerie trevino
Statewide Assessments: Valerie Trevino
  • TEA updates:
  • Changes have been made to the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills*Alternate Assessment.
  • We are pleased to have the opportunity for TAKS-Alt representatives from TEA present to Region 2 on what's new for the 2008-2009 TAKS-Alt on November 10.
  • Please visit our website to register www.esc2.us.  We will offer 2 repeated sessions.  Morning session workshop #0821722.  Afternoon (repeated) session # 0821734.

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accountability dawn schuenemann
Accountability: Dawn Schuenemann

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title i nclb andi kuyatt and joel trudeau
Title I / NCLB: Andi Kuyatt and Joel Trudeau

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gt differentiation mary beth jaeger
GT / Differentiation: Mary Beth Jaeger

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esc2 core curriculum consultants
ESC2 Core Curriculum Consultants:

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roundtable discussion directors
Roundtable Discussion: Directors

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varia directors
Varia: Directors

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