where the SED should go and why
All students with disabilities (SWDs) are engaged in high quality curriculum and instruction within inclusive educational environment opportunities that leads to deep learning which results in college, career, and community readiness.
who we are as a team, how we work toward our vision, and what makes us unique
The Special Education Division will provide supports to districts, parents and SWDs to ensure outcomes of a free appropriate public education for students protected under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). We will review data to make decisions that will impact support for SWDs to meet college and career ready standards through equitable access to rigorous courses, high-quality instruction, and appropriate supports.
guiding principles of our work and how we operate
The SED has high expectations, engages in culturally responsive practices, promotes student relationships, family and community engagement and a collective responsibility for SWDs and their families. What does that mean?
“Ensuring that all children, including children with disabilities, are held to rigorous academic standards and high expectations is a shared responsibility for all of us.” – US Department of Education Dear Colleague Letter, November 16, 2015
Primary STARS Reporting Dates
|Data Submission||Date on Templates||Snapshot Date||Data Submission Window Opens||Data Submission Window Closes|
|Open Year Round||2020-07-15||2020-06-05||2021-05-25|
|End Of Year||2021-06-01||Last day of school in your District.||2021-05-13|
Procedural Safeguards Notice in English, Spanish, Navajo and Russian
Parent and Child Rights Procedural Safeguard Notice – March 2014 PDF
Derechos de los Padres y de/la Nino(a) en la Educacion Especial en Espanol PDF
Parent and Child Rights in Special Education in Navajo PDF
Parent and Child Rights in Special Education in Russian PDF