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Serving Children with Disabilities. Placed by Their Parents in Private Schools. updates. Previously addressed. Child find Provision of services Consultation process Calculation of proportionate share Equitable services. New topics. Location of Services and Transportation

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serving children with disabilities

Serving Children with Disabilities

Placed by Their Parents in Private Schools

previously addressed
Previously addressed
  • Child find
  • Provision of services
  • Consultation process
  • Calculation of proportionate share
  • Equitable services
new topics
New topics
  • Location of Services and Transportation
  • Property, Equipment, and Supplies
  • Out-of-State Children with Disabilities
  • Home-School Children with Disabilities
  • Children in For-Profit Private Schools
schools

schools

definitions

slide6

How do you determine if a private school in your district is an entity you should engage in consultation regarding proportionate share and equitable services.?

private schools
Private schools

Adopted curriculum

Formal reviews of student progress

Non-profit

home schools
Home schools

Adopted curriculum

Non-profit

Formal reviews of student progress

consultation process must address
Consultation process must address
  • Child find process
  • Determination of the proportionate share available
  • How the consultation process will take place
  • How, where and by whom the services will be provided
  • How the district will respond if they disagree with the views of the private school officials
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The district makes the final decisions about all aspects of the services to be provided to parentally placed private school children with disabilities.

records to maintain
Records to maintain
  • Documentation that consultation has occurred
  • Written affirmation signed by representatives of private school
child find process

Child find process

Responsibilities of districts

lea s responsibilities
LEA’s Responsibilities
  • Locating
  • Identifying
  • Evaluating

Who are

you?

Where are

you?

Let’s test

who provides what
Who Provides What

District where child resides provides FAPE

District where private school is located ensures equitable participation

dueling evaluations
Dueling Evaluations

Home – FAPE

Private School – Service plan

child count information to maintain
Child Count Information to maintain

3 Pieces of data to maintain

Provided equitable services

  • Determined to be eligible

Students Evaluated

services plans1
Services plans

Review annually

difference in ieps and isps
Difference in IEPs and ISPs

ISP

IEP

NO

NO

FAPE

Minimal

Comprehensive

highly qualified teachers

Highly qualified teachers

(HQTs) in Private schools

hqt provisions
HQT Provisions

HQT - does not apply to private schools

HQT - does apply to public elementary or secondary teachers

location of services

Location of services

And transportation

amount of funds
AMOUNT OF FUNDS

IS BASED ON THE NUMBER OF CHILDREN IDENTIFIED IN THE OCTOBER COUNT OF PREVIOUS YEAR

formula
FORMULA

STEP 1: Calculate the average allocation per child

Federal Part B flow – through $$ district receives

Total allocation

Total number of eligible children

as of the last Friday in October (annual child count)

$200,000

500

=

In public school 450

In private school + 50

Total 500

Average allocation of

$400.00 per child

formula1
Formula

Federal Part- B flow- through= $200,000

Total number of students 500

=

$400.00 per child

STEP 2: Calculate the amount to be expended for Parentally-placed Children with Disabilities

Amount to be expended

$ 20,000.00

for proportionate share

Number of private school children

50

Average Allocation

$400.00 per child

X

=

expenditures1
EXPENDITURES

The amount of $$ spent on child find and evaluations

CAN NOT BE DEDUCTED FROM

The amount of $$ spent on proportionate share in private schools

This

This

due process
DUE PROCESS
  • Right to file a due process complaint regarding child find requirements and evaluations
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DUAL ENROLLMENT

SERVICES PLAN

out of state

Out-of-state

Children with disabilities

for profit private schools1
FOR-PROFIT PRIVATE SCHOOLS
  • Not included in proportionate share calculations
  • District is responsible for child find activities
peims

peims

PARENTALLY PLACED PRIVATE SCHOOL STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

peims code
PEIMS CODE

Student Attribution Code of 12 – Private School

Student is a student with a disability enrolled by their parent(s) in a private school (including a home school) but who receives special education and/or related services from the public school district under an individualized services plan (ISP)

state resources
State resources

TEA Frequently Asked Questions

http://www.tea.state.tx.us/index2.aspx?id=2147492118

TEA Proportionate Share Calculations

http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/special.ed/private/propshare.pdf

PEIMS Guidance on Parentally Placed Private School Students with Disabilities

http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/special.ed/guidance/peimspriv.html

Commissioner’s Rules

http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/rules/tac/chapter089/ch089aa.html

national resources
National resources

Children Enrolled by Their Parents in Private Schools

http://idea.ed.gov/explore/view/p/,root,dynamic,TopicalBrief,5,

OSEP Q and A – revised April 2011

http://idea.ed.gov/explore/view/p/,root,dynamic,QaCorner,1,

Building the Legacy: IDEA 2004

Children Enrolled by their Parents in Private Schools – This site includes a video clip and a training module

http://idea.ed.gov/explore/view/p/%2Croot%2Cdynamic%2CTopicalArea%2C5%2C