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    An IDC Resource

    Format: Presentations

    Equity, Inclusion and Opportunity: Addressing Success Gaps

    The presentation introduces a research-based guidance document and self-assessment rubric designed to help districts and schools identify the root causes of "success gaps" (for example, in test scores, suspension or graduation rates, or course credits) for some groups of students, thereby helping schools to improve and equalize results for all students.

    An IDC Resource

    Format: Presentations

    Standards, Assessments, and Indicator 3: A Landscape of the States to Facilitate Interactive Discussions on Data Quality Challenges for Indicator 3

    Members of IDC's Tools and Products Assessment workgroup presented an overview of states and entities across several pertinent variables: a) current information on each state's standards, current state assessments, and assessment plans; and b) 2011-12 information on Part B Indicator 3. Presenters conducted an interactive discussion identifying data quality issues around Indicator 3 and solicited suggestions for tools and products to improve data quality for this indicator.

    An IDC Resource

    Format: Presentations

    Overview of IDEA Discipline Data Reporting Infographic

    The presentation reviewed a new TA tool that summarizes the basics of reporting IDEA discipline data in the six EDFacts file formats. Presenters described and demonstrated the new IDC infographic, discussed how SEAs and LEAs can use it to improve the quality of their discipline data, and requested audience input.

    Format: Presentations

    Equity, Inclusion, and Opportunity: Addressing Success Gaps via the SSIP Process

    Presenters introduced a research-based guidance document and self-assessment rubric designed by OSEP's Disproportionality Priority Team to help districts and schools identify the root causes of "success gaps" for some groups of students, thereby helping to improve and equalize results for all students. As an example, presenters used Georgia's SSIP process, focused on graduation for students with disabilities.

    An IDC Resource

    Format: Presentations

    Equity, Inclusion, and Opportunity in Special Education

    In this webinar, which IDC staff presented for the University of Tennessee’s Boling Center for Developmental Disabilities, we first discuss the requirements in the IDEA related to disproportionality, describe methods for calculating disproportionality, and present data, both at the national level and for the state of Tennessee. The second part of the webinar introduces a research-based guidance document and self-assessment rubric designed to help schools and districts identify the root causes of "success gaps."

    Format: Presentations

    Moving From Theory to Action - Pennsylvania

    This state presentation describes Pennsylvania's SIMR, Theory of Action, and approach to implementation.

    Format: Presentations

    Moving From Theory to Action - New Jersey

    This state presentation describes New Jersey's SIMR, Theory of Action, and approach to implementation.