This training is intended as online, interactive training regarding how to download and upload the Special Education State Performance Indicator forms from the DESE Security Portal.
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This training is intended as an online, interactive training for districts assigned to Cohort 1 for the Massachusetts State Performance Plan for Special Education (MA SPP) Activities. Districts participating in Indicator 12 data collection will learn about data collection requirements and reporting process.
This training is intended for school and district use with small groups or individuals allowing for direct instruction to school personnel about the regulatory requirements in the recently revised regulations under 603 CMR 46.00 Prevention of Physical Restraint and Requirements if Used. The training guides the user through the requirements of these regulations and can be used to partially meet the requirements of orientation for new personnel during the course of the year, as well as for initial orientation each year. Please note, however, that this training does not include all required elements of training. Additional time will be necessary to orient individuals to program and district policies in this area. The Department recommends individual use or use in groups of 3-4 people. This training is not meant to be used as the sole method of training for large groups, although it can be of assistance in such trainings. If a district uses the training, it must supplement the information provided to ensure that all requirements of annual training are met.
These trainings have been designed for educators working with a waiver as a Teacher of Students with Moderate Disabilities or educators wanting to add the Teacher of Students with Moderate Disabilities to their current educator license.
The Massachusetts Licensure Academy (MLA) offered by DESE through the Collaborative for Educational Services, will offer two no-cost courses per semester. Courses are presented in a hybrid format (mix of online and face-to-face), with monthly face-to-face meetings in either Marlboro or Northampton. Courses will be offered for 67.5 PDPs. Three graduate credits are available at the participant's expense.
Last Updated: June 21, 2019
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