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Special Education Report Card 2011-12

Special Education Report Card 2011-12

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Special Education Report Card 2011-12
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2011-2012Special Education ReportSALEM-KEIZER
SCHOOL DISTRICT
Dear Parents and Community Members,April 2013The Oregon Department of Education is proud to issue the seventh annual special education report. Reportedindicators and targets correspond to the information in the State Performance Plan (SPP) for Special Educationthat is required by the United States Department of Education. As Oregon schools and districts continue to facemany challenges, educators remain committed to providing the highest quality education for Oregon students.This report is not meant to tell you everything about your district, but it offers a starting point for discussionsabout where improvement might be needed and for celebrating successes in education for Oregon’s children.
Rob Saxton, Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction
For more information, contact your local school or district.
DISTRICT INFORMATION
Least Restrictive Environment
StateTargetDistrict
Students included in regularclass 80% or more of day
70.0%or more67.4%
Students included in regularclass less than 40% of day
10.8%or less18.8%
Students served in public orprivate separate schools,residential placements, orhomebound / hospital
2.0%or less0.9%
Students Graduating 2010-2011
StateTargetDistrict
Students with IEPs graduatingwith regular diploma: four-yearcohort rate
67.0%or more43.5%
Students with IEPs graduatingwith regular diploma: five-yearcohort rate
72.0%or more46.0%
High School Dropout 2010-2011
StateTargetDistrict
Students with IEPs dropping out
3.6%or less4.6%
Students with parental consentto evaluate who were evaluatedand eligibility determined within60 school days
100.0%94.2%
Timeline for Eligibility
StateTargetDistrictSpecial Education
§300.39(a) Special education means speciallydesigned instruction, at no cost to the parents, to meetthe unique needs of a child with a disability.20 U.S.C. 1412(a)(5) and §300.114(2)(i)&(ii) To themaximum extent appropriate, children with disabilities,including children in public or private institutions orother care facilities, are educated with children whoare nondisabled; and special classes, separateschooling, or other removal of children with disabilitiesfrom the regular educational environment occurs onlyif the nature or severity of the disability is such thateducation in regular classes with the use ofsupplementary aids and services cannot be achievedsatisfactorily.
LRE = Least Restrictive EnvironmentDepartment of Education Notes
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No data available.Not displayed because at least 6 students are neededto maintain confidentiality.
IEP = Individualized Education Program
A written statement for a child with a disability that isdeveloped, reviewed, and revised by an IEP Team.
Salem-Keizer SD 24JPO Box 12024Salem, OR 97309-0024LOCAL INFORMATION PROVIDED BY YOUR DISTRICT

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