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


Data and Reporting Part B

Contact Us

Special Education Services

For questions regarding Special Education data reporting please contact:

Main Phone: (405) 521-3351

Magdalena Garcia
Data Administrative Assistant
(405) 522-1110

Tristan Bratcher
Director of Data Analysis
(405) 521-2401

Erik Friend
Director of Data Analysis
(405) 521-2198

Ginger Elliott-Teague
Director of Data Analysis
(405) 521-4871

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). The majority of these data are submitted during two data collection periods.
 
Data Collections

Child Count Collection

End of Year Data Collection

General Resources

SPED Director Trainings End of Year Collection PowerPoints

SPED Director's Data Checklist

EC Environments Decision Tree (IDC)

FY2017 Child Count Reporting & FY2017 Child Count Reporting Powerpoint

Childhood Outcomes Summary Form Module (DASY & ECTAC)

SoonerStart to LEA Tip Sheet

SPED Discipline for Principals

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Special Education Data Reporting

Under 20 U.S.C. 1416(a)(3)(B), OSDE-SES is required to publicly report on the performance of each LEA located in the State on the targets in the State's performance plan. 
 
District Reporting State Reporting
FY2017 Child Count/District Profiles/Determinations   FFY2015 (SY2015-2016) Report FFY2015 (SY2015-2016) Determination Letter
FY2016 Child Count/District Profiles/Determinations FY2016 District Determinations Memorandum

FFY2014 (SY2014-2015) Report

FFY2014 (SY2014-2015) Determination Letter

FY2015 Child Count/District Profiles/Determinations  

FFY2013 (SY2013-2014) Report

FFY2013 (SY2013-2014) Determination Letter

 

 

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.

FY2017 Child Count Timeline

FY2017 Child Count Appeal Process

Memo for State Aid Weights

FY2018 Child Count Instructions

 

 

 

Last updated on March 2, 2018