The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Part B is the federal law that supports special education and related service programming for children and youth with disabilities ages 3-21. The major purposes of the IDEA are:
The guidance provided through this section of the web site will focus on assistance to parents, teachers, and schools through information dissemination, online reporting mechanisms, and guidance regarding the requirements of IDEA, Part B.
Oklahoma’s system of general supervision is a comprehensive monitoring system providing oversight in the implementation of IDEA requirements, related requirements, and performance on the State Performance Plan (SPP) at the local level. Multiple data sources are used to monitor special education programs for continuous examination of performance for compliance and improvement. These data sources include (but are not limited to) the Oklahoma Special Education Child Count System, Oklahoma’s A-F Grading System, Phone Log data, Complaint Log, other qualitative data, and critical and/or special investigative audits and findings related to special education.
(i) Tiered Compliance Review
(ii) Selective Review
(iii) Systemic Improvement Review
(i) On-Site Review
(ii) Verification of Continuous Compliance
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