Format: Reference MaterialsAPR Indicator Data Sources
A table that connects each SPP/APR Indicator with its required data source.
Format: Reference Materialsii18 Agenda with Links
This pdf of the final ii18 agenda includes links to the presentation and handouts on the website
Format: Reference MaterialsEarly Childhood IDEA Centers On Call
This document is meant to help states better understand the content focus of six TA Centers OSEP funds to provide help with early childhood IDEA issues—DaSy, ECPC, ECTA, IDC, NCPMI, and NCSI.
Format: Reference MaterialsModel State Timeline
The Model State Timeline is one of two resources to support implementation of the Equity in IDEA Final Regulations. It outlines the tasks and timelines that states may consider as they implement the new rule and prepare for full compliance in SY 2018-19.
Format: Reference MaterialsSignificant Disproportionality (Equity in IDEA)
These resources are a follow-up to the Equity in IDEA final regulation, which was published in the Federal Register on Dec. 19, 2016, and became effective on Jan. 18, 2017. The Q&A is a guidance document that includes questions and answers on the rule, including the standard methodology; remedies; effective and compliance dates; and a glossary of terms. It is intended to be used as a resource for states as they begin engaging with stakeholders around the implementation of the final rule. The Model State Timeline outlines the different streams of work and the timelines that states should consider as they implement the new rule.
Format: Reference MaterialsQuick Reference Guide on Coordinated Early Intervening Services
Developed by CIFR, in collaboration with IDC, this three-page quick reference guide assists states, LEAs, and stakeholders to better understand basic CEIS requirements stipulated in IDEA. The guide is updated to reflect 2016 changes in the IDEA Part B regulations on significant disproportionality. The guide describes the requirements for the provision of CEIS, the use of CEIS funds, the interaction of CEIS funds and local MOE reductions, and reporting obligations. It concludes with questions and additional resources for states to consider.
Format: Reference MaterialsMinimizing Access to PII: Best Practices for Access Controls and Disclosure Avoidance Techniques
This case study illustrates how specific provisions of the FERPA may be implemented. The case study uses fictional agencies, does not address individual circumstances, and does not consider additional legal requirements that may be required under other federal, state, or local laws.