We help states collect, report, analyze, and use high-quality IDEA Part B data.Learn More
OSEP has clarified guidance regarding the data sources for states to examine populations age 3– 21...Read More
Effective data use is about more than just having the right data. It requires an intentional culture...Read More
Education data play many important roles, but none more significant than the role special education...Read More
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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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