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Lynda Shanks

Director

Amy Lee

Assistant Director
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511 Establishing the Goal of Full Educational Opportunity

A. Establishment of the Goal

The School District has established a goal of providing full educational opportunity to children with disabilities ages birth through 21. Attainment of the full educational opportunity goal for children, ages birth through 2, will be accomplished through full participation in, and full implementation of the “Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities Act.”


B. Annual Data Collection Requirements

  1. 1. The School District shall annually collect the following information regarding
    children with disabilities residing within the jurisdiction of the School District:

     

    1. The number of children with disabilities, by race, ethnicity, and disability
      category, who are receiving a free appropriate public education;
    2. The number of children with disabilities, by race and ethnicity, who are
      receiving early intervention services;
    3. The number of children with disabilities, by race, ethnicity, and disability
      category, who are participating in regular education;
    4. The number of children with disabilities, by race, ethnicity, and disability
      category, who are in separate classes, separate schools or facilities, or
      public or private residential facilities;
    5. The number of children with disability, by race, ethnicity, and disability
      category, who, for each year of age from age 14 to 21, stopped receiving
      special education and related services because of program completion or
      other reasons and the reasons why those children stopped receiving
      special education and related services;
    6. The number of children with disabilities, by race and ethnicity, who from
      birth through age 2, stopped receiving early intervention services because
      of program completion or for other reasons;
    7. The number of children with disabilities, by race, ethnicity, and disability
      category, who under subparagraphs (A)(ii) and (B) of § 1415(k)(l)
      of IDEA,
      are removed to an interim alternative educational setting; the acts or
      items precipitating those removals; and the number of children with
      disabilities who are subject to long-term suspensions or expulsions;
    8. The number of special education teachers;
    9. The number of related services personnel;
    10. The cost of all personnel;
    11. The number of children receiving special education transportation;
    12. The types of alternative placements available for children with disabilities;
      and
    13. The number of children served in each type of placement.
  2. The School District shall also annually collect information regarding the
    facilities, personnel and services necessary to accomplish the full educational
    opportunity goal.

LEGAL REF.:

20 U.S.C. §§ 1412 (State eligibility), 1413 (local educational agency eligibility), 1418 (program information).

34 C.F.R. §§ 300.123 (full educational opportunity goal-FEOG), 300.124 (FEOG-timetable), 300.125 (child find).

23 111. Admin. Code §§ 226.700 (general), 226.760 (evaluation of special education), 226.800 (personnel required to be qualified).