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Part B State Performance Plan/Annual Performance Report 2016 Indicator Analyses

The Part B State Performance Plan/Annual Performance Report 2016 Indicator Analyses presents a national quantitative picture of the implementation of Part B of IDEA based on a review of information 60 states and jurisdictions reported in their FFY 2014 APRs and amended SPPs that they subsubmitted to OSEP in spring of 2016. For the purposes of the report, the term “state” is used for both states and territories. The report, which covers Part B Indicators 1 through 17, can be downloaded in Word format.

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    Part B State Performance Plan/Annual Performance Report 2016 Indicator Analyses
  • Published:
    Sep 12, 2017
  • Organizations:
    National Technical Assistance Center on Transition
    National Center on Educational Outcomes
    IDEA Data Center
    University of Kansas
    Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center
    Center for Parent Information and Resources
    Statewide Parent Advocacy Network New Jersey
    Exceptional Children's Assistance Center (NC)
    Parent to Parent of Georgia
    Wisconsin FACETS
    PEAK Parent Center (CO)
    MATRIX Parent Network (CA)
    National Center for Systemic Improvement
    Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education
    U.S. Department of Education
  • Number of Pages:
    141 pages.
  • Topics:
    Part B, Part C, State Systemic Improvement Plan - SSIP
  • Indicators:
    B1 Graduation, B2 Dropout, B3 Assessment, B4 Suspension/Expulsion-Discipline, B5 LRE/Environments (ages 6-21), B6 Preschool Settings (ages 3-5), B7 Preschool Skills/Child Outcomes, B8 Parent Involvement, B9 Disproportionate Representation in Special Education, B10 Disproportionate Representation in Specific Disability Categories, B11 Child Find, B12 Part C to Part B Transition, B13 Post Secondary Transition with IEP Goals, B14 Post Secondary Transition Outcomes, B15 Hearing Requests Resolved, B16 Mediation Agreements, B17 SSIP

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