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  1. Transition Talk Webinar Series:State Performance PlanAugust 2013 Data Submission Presented by Brenda Bush & Elizabeth Danner Webinar handouts available at www.bit.ly/transitiontalk2012

  2. State Performance Plan: Overview

  3. **HANDOUT** www.bit.ly/spptexas

  4. IDEA/OSEP TEA • 14 Indicators • 7 of the indicators require LEAs to collect & submit data through TEASE

  5. SPP: Data Collection

  6. SPP Indicator 7: Early Childhood Outcomes Goal! • Purpose: Identify % of children who make progress in PPCD programs in 3 outcome areas. • Who: children age 3 through 5 who are receive special ed. services • How: LEAs complete COSF on all students who meet entry and exit criteria Performance

  7. SPP Indicator 7: Early Childhood Outcomes 2011-12 Summary 1: Increased Rate of Growth Goal!

  8. SPP Indicator 7: Early Childhood Outcomes 2011-12 Summary 2: Met Age Expectations Goal!

  9. SPP Indicator 7: Early Childhood Outcomes • What’s New? • If a child has an Entry COSF in TEASE in your district, no need to do another Entry COSF • Continued? • Use the COSF to collect data • To add a campus, add 9 digit code to your TEASE application

  10. SPP Indicator 11: Child Find Goal! • Purpose: Identify % of initial referrals completed within 90 calendar days • Who: Initial referrals completed between July 1, 2012 – June 30, 2013 • How: LEAs enter data into TEASE Compliance

  11. SPP Indicator 11: Child Find Goal!

  12. SPP Indicator 11: Child Find • What’s New? • TEASE website will look different when it opens • Continued? • Do not include referrals that were not completed • Report all students from SPP 12 in this indicator also

  13. SPP Indicator 12: Early Childhood Transition Goal! • Purpose: Identify % of referrals from ECI completed by the child’s third birthday. • Who: referrals from ECI completed between July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013 • How: LEAs enter data into TEASE Compliance

  14. SPP Indicator 12: EarlyChildhood Transition Goal!

  15. SPP Indicator 12: Early Childhood Transition Goal! • What’s New? • Use the new flow chart to determine due date (3rd birthday or 90 days) • Continued? • Do not include referrals that were not completed • Have clear, extensive documentation of reasons for delays • Children for whom parental consent caused delays or children who received services less than 90 days prior to birthday - 90 day evaluation

  16. SPP Indicator 13: Secondary Transition Goal! • Purpose: Identify % of IEPs that meet transition requirements • Who: Sampling of students with IEPs who are 16+ by June 30 • How: LEAs use a checklist to review ARD/IEP where transition was addressed. Compliance

  17. SPP Indicator 13: Secondary Transition

  18. SPP Indicator 13: Secondary Transition Goal! • What’s New? • **REVISED checklist** for folder audit • Continued? • Remove students from sampling if entered in prior years • Use ARDC documentation • 16+, not 14 as under Texas law

  19. SPP Indicator 14: Post-School Outcomes Goal! • Purpose: Identify what happens when SWDs leave school (higher ed, employment, training) • Who: Grade 12 and anticipated to exit/graduate, dropped out, or earned GED • How: LEAs use an exit survey to collect demographic and contact data; One year later, TEA conducts a phone survey to find out what students are doing Performance

  20. SPP Indicator 14: Post-School Outcomes September 2012 Statewide Report 4,233 Respondents

  21. SPP Indicator 14: Post-School Outcomes September 2012 Region 13 Report 335 Respondents

  22. SPP Indicator 14: Post-School Outcomes Goal! • What’s New? • Changes = formatting only on Exit Survey • Continued? • Get RECENT contact info . . . Talk to the student whenever possible!! • Let students know about the survey and why their contribution is valuable • Enter data early to get the PET match in TEASE

  23. TEASE: Data Submission

  24. Combination of SPP Applications User Training

  25. TEASE Login CURRENT users who already have TEASE logins for the SPPI applications: Enter your current user name and password at the TEASE logon page at https://seguin.tea.state.tx.us/apps/logon.asp, and click the Continue button. Unless you have been notified otherwise, your current TEASE account will have access to the new ALL SPP State Performance Plan Indicators application link in TEASE.

  26. TEASE Login The SPP applications are now combined into one TEASE application. On April 1st, the new TEASE application link will consist only of the ALL SPP State Performance Plan Indicators. Click on this link to access all of the SPP applications. If you are a new SPP user or need to apply for access to the SPP applications, click on the Add/Modify Application Access button.

  27. New User Access to SPP Applications Once on the Add/Modify Application Access screen, select the State Performance Plan Indicators option from the drop down list. After you have selected the application, click the Continue button.

  28. Select User Role • On this screen, select your role. The roles in this list are all of the possible roles for all of the applications. Keep in mind that the role you select must be approved by your Superintendent and the SPPI Program area. • The Certifier role now includes the previously separate roles for District Certifier, SSA Certifier, and LEA Certifier • The Data Entry Agent role now includes the previously separate roles for Single or Multiple Districts, and Single or Multiple Campuses • Once you have selected your role, click the Continue button.

  29. Select Applications and Input Districts Select the indicators in the SPP Apps List that you would like access to. You can select one, multiple, or all indicators. You do not need to create a new account for each indicator. For all roles except Data Entry Agent, type the District numbers you need access to in the Certifier District Numbers field. To enter more than one district, separate each number with a comma, and do not add any spaces.

  30. Select Applications and Input Districts/Campus Select the indicators in the SPP Apps List that you would like access to. You can select one, multiple, or all indicators. You do not need to create a new account for each indicator. For the Data Entry Agent role, type the Campus numbers you need access to in the County District Campus number(s) field for indicators 7, 13, and 14, separated by a comma and without any spaces. For all other roles, type the District numbers you need access to in the District Number(s) field for indicators 11 and 12, separated by a comma and without any spaces. Click the Continue button to go to the Request Summary page to complete your request.

  31. All SPP Applications All of the SPP indicators are now accessed from the main SPP application page. Combining the indicators allows you to stay in the SPP application without having to log out and log back in when switching between SPP indicators. Additionally, reports can be run for different indicators from the main SPP application page. Each report is generated in a new browser window, to allow you to compare information between the indicators.

  32. All SPP Applications To open a specific application, click on the menu option for that indicator: SPP7, SPP11, SPP12, SPP13, or SPP14. If you click on the Reports menu option, the report indicators you have access to will display in the menu. The Exit menu option logs you out of all of the SPP applications and take you back to the TEASE Application List page.

  33. SPP 7 When you click on the SPP7 menu option on the All SPP Applications page, the SPP 7 application home page opens in the same browser window. To return to the main All SPP Applications page, click the Exit menu option.

  34. SPP 11 When you click on the SPP11 menu option on the All SPP Applications page, the SPP 11 application home page opens in the same browser window. To return to the main All SPP Applications page, click the Exit menu option.

  35. SPP 12 When you click on the SPP12 menu option on the All SPP Applications page, the SPP 12 application home page opens in the same browser window. To return to the main All SPP Applications page, click the Exit menu option.

  36. SPP 13 When you click on the SPP13 menu option on the All SPP Applications page, the SPP 13 application home page opens in the same browser window. To return to the main All SPP Applications page, click the Exit menu option.

  37. SPP 14 When you click on the SPP14 menu option on the All SPP Applications page, the SPP 14 application home page opens in the same browser window. To return to the main All SPP Applications page, click the Exit menu option.

  38. SPP Reports The Reports for each Indicator are now centrally located on the All SPP Applications page. If you have access to a report, it displays in the menu options under the Report menu. Only those indicator reports you have access to will be displayed in this menu. Once you select a report, the report parameter selection page will be displayed. Each report page has an Exit menu option to close that report and take you back to the All SPP Applications page.

  39. No Access to Indicator When you click on the menu option for an indicator that you do not have access to, the Access Not Authorized message displays. If you need access to this indicator, you must request access through TEASE (see slide 4 in this presentation). Keep in mind that your Superintendent and the TEA SPPI Program Area must approve your request.

  40. Help! Trouble-Shooting

  41. Use Internet Explorer for TEASE

  42. Region 13 SPP 7, 11, 12 Brenda Bush SPP 13, 14 Elizabeth Danner TEA spp@tea.state.tx.us computer.access@tea.state.tx.us

  43. Next Steps . . .

  44. Identify the certifier for your district • Identify who will collect and submit data for each indicator • Log in to TEASE to see the new format and check your access level

  45. www.bit.ly/transitiontalk2012 Link to recorded webinar will be posted here

  46. www.bit.ly/spptexas Link to recorded webinar will be posted here

  47. Thank You!