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  1. Update onSecondary Learning CenterTransition March 23, 2010

  2. Former Learning Center Students • Since 2007, 205 students have been supported in the transition from Learning Centers to their home or consortia schools • 2 transitioned to nonpublic settings • 15 withdrew from MCPS • 1 graduated and is currently attending Montgomery College

  3. Former Learning Center Students • 16 students who were originally served in a learning center and recommended for special education services in MCPS through district-wide or quad-cluster programs • 162 students are provided central office case management in their home or consortia schools for the 2009-2010 school year • 9 students receive school-based case management as a result of an IEP team decision based upon their progress and parental input

  4. April 2009 Recommendations • Support and training for co teaching • Follow up to Summer 2009 professional development • Differentiation • Social skills training • Opportunities for parent feedback • Job-embedded professional development • Review state assessment scores and course grades

  5. System-wide Professional Development Collaboration among the following offices: • Office of Curriculum and Instructional Programs • Office of Special Education and Student Services • Office of Organizational Development General and Special Education Coteaching Teams • Summers 2007, 2008, 2009: Core content area focus on English, Math, Social Studies and Science • Summer 2009: Inclusion of speech-language pathologists with coteaching teams • Summer 2009: Enhancement of secondary resource model • Summer 2010: Continued focus on coteaching and collaborative planning with speech-language pathologists

  6. Improving Instruction for Middle School Students with Disabilities Project Team • Speech-language pathologists and counselors trained to deliver social skills training • Professional Development for 500 paraeducators in November 2009 • Professional development activities in December 2009: • 90 high school staff trained • 135 middle school staff trained • Job embedded training developed in response to individual school needs • Mini-grants to support collaborative planning at the secondary level • Secondary resource room model refinements • IEP Parent Feedback Card

  7. Middle School Special Education Institute Project Team • Tilden Middle School • Implementation 2010-2011 • Project Team is focusing on: • Coteaching models • Differentiated instruction • Instructional technology • University partnership

  8. Continuum of Services Based on Individual Student Needs General Education with Consult from Special Education

  9. Middle SchoolAcademic Progress 2009-2010 A = 4, B = 3, C = 2, D = 1, E, F, I M, N, P = 0.  

  10. Middle SchoolAcademic Progress 2009-2010 A = 4, B = 3, C = 2, D = 1, E, F, I M, N, P = 0.  

  11. Middle SchoolAcademic Progress 2009-2010 A = 4, B = 3, C = 2, D = 1, E, F, I M, N, P = 0.  

  12. Middle SchoolAcademic Progress 2009-2010 A = 4, B = 3, C = 2, D = 1, E, F, I M, N, P = 0.  

  13. Middle SchoolAcademic Progress 2009-2010 A = 4, B = 3, C = 2, D = 1, E, F, I M, N, P = 0.  

  14. Middle and High SchoolAcademic Progress 2009–2010

  15. Participating in IEP team meetings and parent conferences Monitoring grades Conducting student observations Attending monthly central case manager meetings Reviewing quarterly progress reports Facilitating communication with parents and school staff Continuous Monitoring for SuccessCase Management