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This TA guide describes some of the more common methods for calculating disproportionality. The intended audience is state agency staff who must make decisions regarding...

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This document assists states with the collection of data on children with disabilities served under IDEA who were subject to disciplinary removal.

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This tool provides a summary of the data states need to calculate significant disproportionality in the areas of identification, placement, and discipline.

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The Significant Disproportionality Calculator is a spreadsheet application that the IDEA Data Center (IDC) created to help states analyze their data, make determinations of significant...

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This table details key areas such as methodology, data sources, and reporting considerations for each of the three equity requirements in IDEA.

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States can use the Organizer Template for Part B SPP/APR Target Setting to briefly document information for consideration when setting new SPP/APR targets for all...

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This customizable Excel workbook states can use for documenting, recording, and communicating existing business rules or data quality validation checks they perform during the collection...

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High-quality data are timely, accurate, and complete. In addition, they are usable, accessible, and secure. Educators and representatives at the local, state, and federal levels...

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This interactive resource (also available as a PDF) can help states develop and report on authentic and broad stakeholder engagement as required in the FFY...

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This toolkit contains protocol templates that states can use to document all state-level IDEA data collection and reporting procedures and activities. Completing protocols for all...

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This toolkit contains customizable protocols that states can use when working with their local education agencies (LEAs) to help them clearly define and document IDEA...

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These Edit Check and Data Display Tools help states as they prepare their IDEA Section 618 data submissions. The tools identify potential business rule errors...

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States and LEAs must report five types of disciplinary removals for children and youth with disabilities. The EDFacts IDEA Discipline Data Infographic visualizes the information...

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This suite of tools includes the IDEA Data Quality: Outlier Analyses Tool and the Outlier Analyses: Step-by-Step Guide . State personnel responsible for the IDEA...

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Every year, OSERS collects data from state educational agencies as required by IDEA section 618, including data related to discipline practices. These data report key...

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Since 1968, the U.S. Department of Education has conducted the Civil Rights Data Collection to collect data on key education and civil rights issues in...

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This interative tool creates easy-to-read charts and graphs of State-level discipline removals, including in-school and out-of-school suspensions, expulsions, and unilateral removals, using IDEA Section 618...

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