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Primary Monitoring Focus (20 USC 616(a)(2)) is Improving educational results and functional outcomes for all children with disabilities versus ensuring that States meet IDEA program procedural requirements. R DA.

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Primary Monitoring Focus (20 USC 616(a)(2)) is Improving educational results and functional outcomes for all children with disabilitiesversus ensuring that States meet IDEA program procedural requirements.

RDA

All components of an accountability system will be aligned in a manner that best support States in improving results for infants, toddlers, children and youth with disabilities, and their families.

OSEP – Results-Driven Accountability

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OSEP – RDA

Leadership

Collaboration

Accountability

Technical Assistance

Strands of Action

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Support provided to select sites. Services are a negotiated set of activities designed to reach a valued outcome.

Intensive

Support provided to multiple sites based on common needs in a few specific areas.

Targeted

Services include the distribution of resources with or without a direct request for the info.

Universal

Results-Driven Accountability

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OSEP – RDA

SPP/APR measures compliance and results

Determinations reflect performance for results and compliance

Differentiated monitoring and technical assistance that supports improvement

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State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP)

New OSEP Proposed Indicator

A comprehensive, multi-year plan, moving from individual indicator improvement activities to broad strategies focused on improving results for students with an IEP.

Will be used in determinations

FFY 2013 to FFY 2018

SSIP

A “significant piece of work”

Comprehensive, ambitious yet achievable plan

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SSIP: Phase 1 (submitted in Feb. 2015)

Data Analysis

Identification of the Focus for Improvement

Infrastructure to Support Improvement & Build Capacity

Theory of Action

(IF-THEN…)

To determine the areas for improvement

  • Report analysis methodology, data quality issues, additional data needs
  • Identify compliance issues that are barriers to achieving improved student results
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SSIP: Phase 1 (submitted in Feb. 2015)

Data Analysis

Identification of the Focus for Improvement

Infrastructure to Support Improvement & Build Capacity

Theory of Action

(IF-THEN…)

  • Identification of the Focus for Improvement
  • Describe strategies that will lead to a measureable student-based result
  • Demonstrate how strategies will build LEA capacity to improve student results
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SSIP: Phase 1 (submitted in Feb. 2015)

Data Analysis

Identification of the Focus for Improvement

Infrastructure to Support Improvement & Build Capacity

Theory of Action

(IF-THEN…)

  • Describe within the State System regarding:
  • Decision-making process
  • Representatives that must be involved in planning for systematic improvements
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SSIP: Phase 1 (submitted in Feb. 2015)

Data Analysis

Identification of the Focus for Improvement

Infrastructure to Support Improvement & Build Capacity

Theory of Action

(IF-THEN…)

  • State analyzed capacity of its current system to implement & sustain evidence-based practices (state & district level)
  • Strengths, weaknesses, & coordination of governance, fiscal, quality standards, PD, data, TA & accountability
    • Analysis of any initiatives in the State which may impact SWIs
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SSIP: Phase 1 (submitted in Feb. 2015)

Data Analysis

Identification of the Focus for Improvement

Infrastructure to Support Improvement & Build Capacity

Theory of Action

(IF-THEN…)

  • Based on the State-identified, measurable improvement in results for SWI
  • Describe the strategies & outcomes that will need to be met to achieve the identified results
  • Describe the changes in the State System, districts, & schools and provider practices that must occur to achieve the identified results
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SSIP: Phase 2 (submitted in Feb. 2016)

Infrastructure Development

Support for LEA Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices

Evaluation Plan

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SSIP: Phase 2 (submitted in Feb. 2016)

Infrastructure Development

Support for LEA Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices

Evaluation Plan

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SSIP: Phase 2 (submitted in Feb. 2016)

Infrastructure Development

Support for LEA Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices

Evaluation Plan

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SSIP: Phase 3 (submitted in Feb. 2017)

Results of Ongoing Evaluation

Revisions to SPP

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SSIP: Phase 3 (submitted in Feb. 2017)

Results of Ongoing Evaluation

Revisions to SPP

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How does it affect me?

Today: Suggest Areas for Analysis

Future: Provide Input During All Phases