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OIEP Fall Conference Special Education Compliance. Debbie Ashwell September 16, 2010. Monitoring Issues. Timelines Annual Reviews Reevaluations Additional Assessments PWN Data Entry Testing Accommodations IEP Issues

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oiep fall conference special education compliance

OIEP Fall ConferenceSpecial Education Compliance

Debbie Ashwell

September 16, 2010

monitoring issues
Monitoring Issues
  • Timelines
    • Annual Reviews
    • Reevaluations
    • Additional Assessments
    • PWN
  • Data Entry
    • Testing Accommodations
  • IEP Issues
    • Inaccurate data on IEP (ex. in the student ID blank the SS # was entered instead of the WVEIS #)
    • Weak PL
    • Incorrect goals parts
timelines
Timelines
  • Annual Reviews
    • Minimum of once every 365 days (one year minus one day)

Policy 2419, Chapter 5, Section 3.A

  • Reevaluations
    • Within 3 years of the last EC report

Policy 2419, Chapter 3, Section 2.B

  • Additional Evaluations
    • Within 60 days from parental consent until and EC or IEP Team must convene to review

Policy 2419, Chapter 3, Section 2.C

      • IF assessments are to determine eligibility – EC must convene
      • IF assessments were for programming purposes or a related service – IEP Team must convene
  • PWN
    • At the conclusion of the IEP Team meeting, provide to parent
    • Policy 2419, Chapter 5, Section 2.M
data entry
Data Entry
  • Testing Accommodations
    • Testing conditions and accommodations, as appropriate, are documented in the student’s IEP and WVEIS Special Education Student Information Record.

Policy 2419, Chapter 5, Section 2.I

    • Recommendation: Print WVP.326 report and verify WVEIS matches IEPs.
iep issues
IEP Issues
  • Inaccurate data on IEPs
    • Recommendations
      • use on-line IEP pulling data from student information in WVEIS
      • verify basic student information at IEP Team meeting as IEP is being reviewed
      • Periodically run reports and have teachers verify student information
  • Weak Present Levels
    • Recommendations
      • refer to Chapter 5, Section 2.D for Present Levels content
      • refer to IEP directions
      • utilize the on-line IEP program and access the supports available such as the Mastery descriptors and CSOs
  • Incorrect Goal Parts
    • Recommendations
      • view the Teach IEP site section describing goals
      • refer to Policy 2419, Chapter 5, Section 2.E for Goals content
questions related to monitoring issues
Questions related to monitoring issues

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ged issues
GED Issues
  • When does change of placement occur?
    • PWN must be provided when a student graduates with a standard diploma

Policy 2419, Chapter 3, Section 2.B

    • Recommendation: provide PWN if the student obtains a GED and will no longer be receiving special education services
special education services
Special Education Services

Direct

Indirect

Teacher to student

SEE

(1 teacher, SE)

OR

GEE

(2 teachers, SE & GE)

Teacher to Teacher

Consultative

Policy 2419, Chapter 5, Section 2.G.2

special education services1
Special Education Services

Scenario 1

Scenario 2

  • DJS Facility
  • Only 2 teachers serving all students
  • Must be Indirect, GEE
  • DJS Facility
  • 5 teachers: 4 GE /1 SE
  • May be either

D or I

  • May be either

GEE or SEE

special education services2
Special Education Services

Scenario 3

Scenario 4

  • DHHR Facility
  • Only 4 teachers serving all students
  • Must be Indirect, GEE
  • DHHR Facility
  • 5 teachers: 4 GE /1 SE
  • May be either

D or I

  • May be either

GEE or SEE

diploma vs testing
Diploma vs Testing

Modified

Standard

  • Instructed using Alternate Academic Achievement Standards
  • Takes the APTA

OR

  • Determined by an IEP Team to be unable even with extended learning opportunities and significant instructional modifications to meet state and county standard graduation requirements

(Policy 2510, 5.6.9)

Guidance from Karen Ruddle

  • Receives instruction based on WV CSOs
  • Takes WESTEST2
  • Completes required program of studies and courses

(Policy 2510, 5.6.1)