Training and Information for Parents of Children with Disabilities
Federal Resources for Parent Training and Information Center (PTI) Grantees
OSEP holds informational webinars for the Parent Centers on a quarterly and as-needed basis, and uses the webinars to communicate important information to Parent Centers. An archive of these webinars can be found on the Center for Parent Information and Resources website.
2018 Annual Performance Report
This is the Grant Performance Report for Continuation Funding: Fiscal Year 2018: Training and Information for Parents of Children with Disabilities (CFDA 84.328)
For additional support, you can view the webinar that covers the requirements for completing the Annual Performance Report for Continuation Funding.
For specific guidance on how to write and report data on your program and project measures, please contact your Project Officer.
OSEP Performance Measures
The OSEP performance measures for the Parent Training and Information Program are:
- Program Performance Measure #1: The percentage of materials used by projects that are deemed to be of high quality.
- Program Performance Measure #2: The percentage of products and services deemed to be of high relevance to educational and early intervention policy and practice.
- Program Performance Measure #3: The percentage of all products and services deemed to be useful by target audiences to improve educational or early intervention policy or practice.
Tools for Collaboration and Stakeholder Engagement
The Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) at the U.S. Department of Education, is pleased to present new community of practice collaboration pages to support grantees in collaborating with one another and seeking input from stakeholders. These collaboration spaces allow its members to work together to improve results for infants, toddlers, children and youth with disabilities. They have been designed to give stakeholders a place to work together to solve complicated issues, facilitate informal knowledge sharing, exchange thoughts and ideas, and share resources, while also providing a place for collaborative creation of new knowledge. By linking to the following page you will be entering an external website. The U.S. Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) is not responsible for the site’s content. http://collab.osepideasthatwork.org