Massachusetts State Performance Plan (MA SPP)
Activity Overview for Indicators #7, #8, #11, #12, #13, #14 and Special Education Program Plan Statement
|Indicator #7:||a - Early Childhood Outcomes: Entry Data Collection||Indicator #12 - ||Early Childhood Transition|
| ||b - Early Childhood Outcomes: Exit Data Collection||Indicator #13||Secondary Transition|
|Indicator #8 - ||Parental Involvement Survey||Indicator #14:||a - Post-School Outcomes: Student Profiles |
|Indicator # 11 - ||Initial Evaluation Timelines|| ||b - Post-School Outcomes: Follow-up|
|Cohort 1|| ||7b |
- Spring 2017, districts will collect and report exit data for preschool students with IEPs in order to measure their social-emotional, academic, and behavioral growth (Indicator 7B).
- During school year 2016-2017, districts will work with the ESE to collect district level data through a survey measuring the percent of parents with a child receiving special education services that report that schools facilitated parent involvement as a means of improving services and results for children with disabilities (Indicator 8).
- Spring 2017, districts will conduct a self-assessment and report data to measure compliance with early childhood special education transition: the percent of children referred by Early Intervention (Part C) prior to age 3, who are found eligible for special education (Part B) services, and who have an IEP developed and implemented by their third birthdays (Indicator 12).
- Spring 2018, districts will conduct a self-assessment and report data to measure the percent of children with parental consent for initial evaluation, who were evaluated and eligibility determined within 45 days (Indicator 11).
- Spring 2018, districts will collect contact information from 2017-2018 exiters with IEPs in preparation for the Spring 2019 14B data collection. There is no ESE reporting requirement for 14A (Indicator 14A).
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