Guides. Briefs. Toolkits. Quick reference information. IDC and its partners created these data quality resources to help states better prepare to address their existing or emerging IDEA data quality needs. Use our search and filtering tools to navigate the library.
Format: Quick ReferenceFFY 2020–2025 SPP/APR Resources At-a-Glance
The FFY 2020–2025 SPP/APR Resources At-a-Glance is a list of resources from OSEP and IDC that states can use to support their understanding and actions related to the FFY 2020–2025 Part B SPP/APR.
Format: Quick ReferenceFFY 2020-2025 SPP/APR Stakeholder Requirements
The FFY 2020-2025 SPP/APR shares the stakeholder requirements for the FFY 2020-2025 SPP/APR in a simple one page format. This resource can be used with state staff and other partners when planning for the SPP/APR.
Format: Guides and BriefsFFY 2020–25 Part B SPP/APR Changes at a Glance
The FFY 2020–25 Part B SPP/APR Changes at a Glance resource is a quick overview for tracking updates to indicators in the new FFY 2020–25 SPP/APR package. For each of the 17 SPP/APR indicators, the table denotes whether there will be no changes, minor changes and/or clarifications, changes to response rates and representativeness, changes to data sources, and new components.
Format: Quick ReferenceFor FFY 2020 SPP/APR, What Data Will States Report?
For FFY 2020 SPP/APR, What Data Will States Report? is a graphic display of each indicator and the data reporting year for the FFY 2020 SPP/APR due on February 1, 2022. State staff can use the graphic with internal and external stakeholders and other staff involved with the SPP/APR.
Format: Quick ReferenceFrequently Used Terms and Acronyms
Do you confuse your OMB MAX for your EMAPS? Has your SLDS slid into your SSIP? If so, this list is for you. Keep the alphabet soup organized with our handy Frequently Used Acronyms and Terms resource, downloadable for your convenience.
Format: Applications and SpreadsheetsGraduation Rate (Indicator 1) and Dropout Rate (Indicator 2) Calculator
This tool from IDC and NTACT calculates graduation and dropout rates using the 618 Exiting data, as OSEP will require in coming years for reporting in states’ SPP/APRs. The tool can accumulate and graph multiple years of data, allowing users to observe trends in the rates over time and share the information easily with stakeholders.
Format: Guides and BriefsGraduation Rate and Dropout Rate: Indicators 1 and 2 Measurement Changes From FFY 2019 to FFY 2020–2025
This resource focuses on recent changes in the data source and measurement of Part B Indicators 1 and 2. The resource specifically addresses the treatment of “alternate diploma” in the new calculation. In FFY 2019, the calculation of graduation rate included students receiving an alternate diploma in the numerator. For FFY 2020–2025 the calculation of graduation rate includes students receiving an alternate diploma in the denominator. The calculation for Indicator 2 remains similar from FFY 2019 to FFY 2020–2025; however, it explicitly adds students receiving an alternate diploma in the denominator.