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Why Should We Care About 616 and 618 Compliance Data in the Era of RDA?

IDC Interactive Institutes on High-Quality Part B Data – May 10-11, 2016 and June 1-2, 2016

Some have suggested that RDA and the shift from a focus on compliance to a focus on improving results for children with disabilities appears to have relegated compliance data to the back of the bus. Presenters from the U.S. Department of Education, OSEP highlighted the crucial role that section 616 and section 618 compliance data still play in RDA. Additionally, presenters shared ideas on how these data can be used not only for compliance but also to improve results for children and students with disabilities.

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    Why Should We Care About 616 and 618 Compliance Data in the Era of RDA?
  • Published:
    Sep 12, 2017
  • Authors:
    Gregg Corr, Richelle Davis, Ruth Ryder, Amanda Hoffman
  • Organizations:
    Monitoring and State Improvement Planning Division
    Research to Practice Division
    Office of Special Education Programs
  • Format:
    Presentations
  • Number of Pages:
    29 pages.
  • Topics:
    618 Data, Part B
  • Tags:
    RDA, Data Quality, Compliance, Results-Driven Accountability

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