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 3|| ||7b|
- Spring 2017, 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 2017, districts will collect contact information from 2016-2017 exiters with IEPs in preparation for the Spring 2018 14B data collection. There is no ESE reporting requirement for 14A (Indicator 14A).
- Fall 2017 - Complete Special Education Program Plan Statement - Due October 1, 2017.
- Fall 2017 and Spring 2018, districts will collect and report entry and exit data for preschool students with IEPs in order to measure their social-emotional, academic, and behavioral growth (Indicators 7A and 7B).
- Spring/Summer 2018, districts will administer a post-school outcomes survey to all students with IEPs who exited school the previous year and report data to ESE (Indicator 14B).
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