We help states collect, report, analyze, and use high-quality IDEA Part B data.Learn More
The COVID pandemic has created a new reality for many of us…working from home, isolated physically...Read More
July 26, 2020 marked the 30th anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA...Read More
On July 10, 2020, the U.S. Department of Education posted its proposed revisions to the IDEA Part B...Read More
It’s important for states to collect Child Count data for children with disabilities not only for...Read More
Why is public reporting of Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) data important for...Read More
The COVID-19 crisis has created and is continuing to create many challenges in our lives. With...Read More
MOE Reduction and CEIS is one of the required federal 618 data collections that states must submit...Read More
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The Insider: Summer 2020 features the Director's Corner, Resource Spotlight, and State TA Stories.
The Equity Requirements in IDEA details key areas such as methodology, data sources, and reporting considerations for each of the three equity requirements.
The Data Sources for Calculating Significant Disproportionality provides a summary of the data states need to calculate significant disproportionality in the areas of identification, placement, and discipline.
The Significant Disproportionality Protocol allows states to document all of their processes related to significant disproportionality to establish consistent and reliable practices and provide information to a variety of state staff (e.g., data staff, program staff, fiscal staff) who may be part of the process.
The Interactive Public Reporting Engine provides an interactive way for states to meet federally mandated IDEA data public reporting requirements.
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