Annual Performance Report (APR)
- 2018 Indicator 4A and 4B Clarification
- 2018 Part B Clarification of Changes
Assessment Participation and Outcomes
School Year 2019-2020 Math and Reading SWD Participation and Performance – The State was granted a waiver from assessing students in SY 2019-2020, no data is available.
Parent Survey Results
In accordance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) at 34 CFR § 300.602(b)(1)(A), the State must annually report to the public on the performance of each school district located in the State on the targets in the State’s performance plan as soon as practicable but no later than 120 days following the State’s submission of its annual performance report. The reports are listed by district and include the district’s progress or slippage in meeting the targets, for each applicable indicator.
It is important to note that in accordance with the IDEA at 34 CFR § 300.602(b)(3), States are not allowed to report to the public any information on performance that would result in the disclosure of personally identifiable information about individual children, or where the available data are insufficient to yield statistically reliable information.
District Profile Report for Students with Disabilities
The Special Education Division has developed a District Profile Report (DPR) system where the DPR data will be made available starting with school year 2017-2018. There are two sides to the system, a General Public View and District View. The General Public View does not require a login and password and can be accessed by anyone. The data in this view is masked to meet the requirements of FERPA.
The District View requires a login and password and can only be accessed with the login and password. This data is not masked therefore a login and password is required. LEA staff will only be able to access the data for their own respective LEA.
Older District Profile Reports
The IDEA at 34 CFR 300.160(f) requires States to report assessment data, for participation rates of students with disabilities and the proficiency rates of students with disabilities at the State, district and/or school level: