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A Review of State Approaches to IDEA Reporting Coordinated Early Intervening Service (CEIS)

2014 NCES STATS-DC Data Conference - July 28 - August 1, 2014

IDEA allows, and sometimes requires, LEAs to use funds provided under Part B of IDEA for CEIS for students who are not receiving special education services. There are multiple data collection and reporting requirements associated with the use of these funds for CEIS. IDC staff review how a diverse subset of states and their LEAs are working to meet those requirements. Both aggregate and student-level reporting approaches are reviewed.

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IDEA allows, and sometimes requires, LEAs to use funds provided under IDEA Part B for CEIS students not identified for and receiving special education and related services. There are multiple data collection and reporting requirements associated with use of these funds for CEIS. IDC staff reviewed and led a discussion on how a diverse subset of states and their LEAs are working to meet those requirements.

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    A Review of State Approaches to IDEA Reporting Coordinated Early Intervening Service (CEIS)
  • Published:
    Sep 11, 2017
  • Authors:
    Jody Fields, Dave Phillips, Chris Thacker
  • Organizations:
    University of Arkansas at Little Rock
    IDEA Data Center
  • Format:
    Presentations
  • Number of Pages:
    44 pages.
  • Topics:
    618 Data, Part B, Public Reporting of IDEA Data
  • Tags:
    Data Collection Methods, Local Education Agency, Coordinated Early Intervening Services - CEIS, Students with Disabilities

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