Special Education Data and Reporting Part B (children ages 3 through 21)


Data and Reporting Part B

Each Local Educational Agency (LEA) is required to submit Special Education data for students aged 3 through 21 years of age who receive special education and related services through an Individualized Education Program (IEP) to the Oklahoma State Department of Education-Special Education Services (OSDE-SES).

 

Data Manual

The OSDE-SES Data Manual is currently under revision and has been removed due to changes in data systems.

 

Child Count

Child Count- A count of students who are enrolled in the LEAs and on an IEP as of October 1 of the fiscal year. In addition to federal reporting, this count is used in allocating State Aid for Special Education.

 

End of Year Data Report

  • Data/Annual Performance Report (APR)- Data regarding full-time equivalents (personnel), discipline, exits (e.g. graduation and dropouts), environments, as well as other important information about students with disabilities. The information collected covers the fiscal year (July 1st through June 30th).

District Data Profiles

Data profiles show performance on the targets identified in the SSP. Districts are provided these profiles annually. The State also monitors its performance on these targets. 

  • 2012-13
  • Assessment Data (Historical)

    Graduation Data (Historical)

District Data Profile FAQ

District Data Profile Guidance

District Determinations

 

Training

SPED Director Toolbox

Data Reporting Training

 

State Performance Plan/Annual Performance Report (SPP/APR)

Data regarding full-time equivalents (personnel), discipline, exits (e.g., graduation and dropouts), environments, as well as other important information about students with disabilities. The information collected covers fiscal year (July 1st through June 30th).

Oklahoma Part B Annual Performance Report (APR)

 

State Determinations

Determinations are based on information provided in SPP, information obtained through monitoring visits and other public information, the OSEP determines annually if the State--

  • Meets the requirements of IDEA
  • Needs assistance
  • Needs intervention
  • Needs substantial intervention

Part B Annual State Determination Letters

 

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Last updated on September 20, 2016