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SLD: The Big Picture-Exemplary Eligibility Reports Training November 30, 2010 . Gina Hopper Carrie Semmelroth Rich Henderson Nancy Thomas Price Teresa Fritsch Evelyn Johnson. Idaho 2010 SLD Research Project Overview. Project length: June-October 2010

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Sld the big picture exemplary eligibility reports training november 30 2010

SLD: The Big Picture-Exemplary Eligibility Reports Training November 30, 2010

Gina Hopper

Carrie Semmelroth

Rich Henderson

Nancy Thomas Price

Teresa Fritsch

Evelyn Johnson


Idaho 2010 sld research project overview
Idaho 2010 SLD Research Project Overview

  • Project length: June-October 2010

  • 327 eligibility reports from all four June 2010 peer review sites

  • Two data coders, 86% inter-rater reliability

  • Will continue with eligibility report data to be gathered Spring 2011


Data analysis frequency areas
Data Analysis: Frequency Areas

  • Evaluation purpose, Eligibility decision, Regional distribution, Grade level, Native Language

  • Areas of Concern

    • Basic Reading, Reading Fluency, Reading Comprehension, Oral Expression, Written Expression, Listening Comprehension, Math Problem Solving, Math Calculation








Summary of findings
Summary of Findings

  • Top three areas of concern are reading

  • 72% of eligibility determinations are in grades 1-6

  • Gender differences appear to be less pronounced in the SLD eligibility determination process

  • Additional training/development needed in areas of progress monitoring


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Questions/Comments?


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