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The Intervention IDEAs brief series describes interventions based on evidence, for practitioners and parents that address the academic, developmental and behavioral domains of infants and...
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Updated: October 17, 2019
National Center on Student Progress Monitoring This paper describes curriculum-based measurement in reading and mathematics and provides sample goal statements for each area. In addition, the process by which teachers can examine data and make meaningful decisions about the overall effectiveness of their instruction is described.
Updated: October 17, 2019
Online resources for Charity Rowland and Philip Schweigert's book Tangible Symbol Systems: Making the Right to Communicate a Reality for Individuals with Severe Disabilities.
Updated: January 23, 2019
The alternate assessment in Massachusetts is one pathway to meet the state requirements for earning a "competency determination" needed to receive a regular high school diploma. Therefore, it was necessary to calibrate performance levels precisely between the alternate assessment and the general assessment, especially at the Needs Improvement level, which is the level required to earn the competency determination. Massachusetts decided to use an analytical rubric to convert raw scores to performance levels. Combinations of scores that could be obtained across the alternate assessment scoring rubrics for Level of Complexity, Demonstration of Knowledge and Skills, and Independence were discussed and reasoned perceptions were used to assign performance levels of Awareness, Emerging, Progressing, and Needs Improvement or above (Proficient, Advanced) in each portfolio strand. The reasoning behind the Massachusetts approach and the ways in which performance levels in each strand are combined to produce an overall performance level is described further in the report. This approach reflects not only the Massachusetts standards, but also its unique culture and values.
Updated: January 18, 2019
This PDF contains data on suspension and expulsions and the use of seclusion and restraint across the nation and state-by-state. Data include information on preschools, and are disaggregated by race/ethnicity and disability status.This PDF contains data on suspension and expulsions and the use of seclusion and restraint across the nation and state-by-state.
Updated: January 14, 2019
This report describes three innovative projects that have developed strategies for improving the reentry of youth with disabilities from juvenile justice facilities into school, community, employment, and family. One of the goals of juvenile justice programming is to prevent recidivism and to support youth to successfully rejoin their communities upon release.
Updated: October 8, 2018
During the 2013-2014 school year, the U.S. Department of Education and the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) collected data taking a look at key education and civil rights. Several documents were released during the Summer of 2016 using the data that was collected to provide insights into equality in schools.
Updated: October 5, 2018
On June 2, 2016 the Center for Civil Rights Remedies along with UCLA released the report: The High Cost of Harsh Discipline and Its Disparate Impact. This report builds on research that demonstrates that excessive school suspensions fail to improve school learning environments or enhance academic achievement.