Continuous Improvement Performance Plan (CIPP)

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					 Continuous Improvement
 Performance Plan (CIPP)
  New Hanover County Schools
      Students with Disabilities
              Our Data Story
Roland-Grise Middle School Auditorium – August 21, 2009
  Indicator 1
  Graduation
  Percent of youth with IEPs graduating
  from high school with a regular diploma.

 State Target: 55%; State Average: 56.3%
 05-06      06-07        07-08


47.5%     37.8%        45.8%
  Indicator 2
  Drop Out
  Percent of youth with IEPs dropping out
  of high school.

State Target: 6.5%; State Average: 8.0%
 05-06      06-07       07-08


8.34%      10.8%       6.8%
      Indicator 3
      Assessment
      Performance/Reading
         State Target; State Average
2009 Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Results by Subgroup.htm

 Grade      07-08     07-08            05-06        06-07     07-08

3          66.0       29.6             59.4         58.1      31.3*
4          63.9       30.6             56.3         59.2      23.8
5          72.3        27.1            62.6         62.2      22.6
6          58.4        27.6            51.7         46.4      16.4
7          63.8       22.3             60.3         64.1      21.5
8          68.4       24.3             57.1         53.5      24.9*
10         23.0       25.3             12.5         80.0      22.2
      Indicator 3
      Assessment Performance/Math
     State Target; State Average

Grade       07-08     07-08        05-06   06-07   07-08
3         61.3       51.6          46.4    42.7    50.4
4         70.3       47.7          41.3    40.8    44.5
5         62.9       45.3          35.7    41.0    42.4
6         58.9       43.0          29.7    31.8    41.3
7         49.3       41.0          29.8    31.1    38.3
8         48.3       40.9          28.1    30.4    39.0
10        51.6       42.3          16.1    80.0    34.1
Indicator 4
Suspension/Expulsion
Rates of suspension and expulsion of students
with disabilities greater than 10 days in a
school year that is twice the state average or
greater.
State Target: 8%; State Average: 2.3%
   06-07      07-08

  0.28         Met
Indicator 5
Least Restrictive Environment
Percent of children with IEPs aged 6
through 21 served in regular, separate,
or public, private, home or hospital
settings.
          Indicator 5
          Least Restrictive Environment

Amount of    State    State    05-06   06-07   07-08   08-09
 Removal    Target   Average
Regular     62.6%    64.0%     55.4    52.3    50.1    62.3

Separate    16.5%    15.8%     24.1    22.6    20.0    18.4
Indicator 6
Preschool LRE
   No data or targets set at this time
Indicator 7
Early Childhood Outcomes
Percent of preschool children with IEPs
who demonstrate improvement in positive
social-emotional skills, acquisition and
use of knowledge and skills, and use of
appropriate behaviors to meet their
needs.
State establishing baseline
No LEA Data
Indicator 8
Parent Involvement
Percent of parents with a school age child
receiving special education services who
report that schools facilitated parent
involvement as a means of improving
service and results for children with
disabilities.
State establishing baseline.
No LEA Data
Indicator 9
Disproportionality Spec Ed
Percent of districts with disproportionate
representation of racial and ethnic groups
in special education and related services
that is the result of inappropriate
identification.
State Target 0%
State data indicated no LEA has significant
disproportionate representation across all
disability categories combined.
Indicator 10
Disproportionality by Category
Percent of districts with disproportionate
representation of racial and ethnic groups
in specific disability categories that is the
result of inappropriate identification.
State target: 0%

NHCS – YES 06-07
       NO 07-08 MET
    Indicator 11
    90 Day Timeline
    Percent of children referred for whom a
    referral was received and placement
    determined within 90 days.
State Target: 100% ; State Average: 85.5%
 05-06    06-07        07-08      08-09*


45%       77%        67%          89%
                                   Thru 4/1/09
   Indicator 12
   Part C to Part B
   Percent of children referred by Part C
   prior to age 3 and who are found eligible
   for Part B who receive special education
   and related services by their third
   birthday.
State Target: 100%; State Average: 85.6%
 05-06      06-07       07-08         08-09

74%        78%         88%          95%
Indicator 13
IEPs and Postsecondary Goals
Percent of youth aged 16 and above with
an IEP that includes coordinated,
measurable, annual IEP goals and
transition services that will reasonably
enable the child to meet the
postsecondary goals.
   Indicator 13
   IEPs and Postsecondary Goals

   State Target: 100%
 05-06      06-07       07-08


 6%         24%         35%

Corrected
within a    100%                NHCS in corrective action; requires
                                quarterly reviews
year
Indicator 14
Post-School Outcomes
Percent of youth who had IEP’s, are no
longer in secondary school and who have
been competitively employed, enrolled in
some type of postsecondary school, or,
both, within one year of leaving high
school.
State Baseline Data: 75%
NHCS Baseline: 70%
Indicator 15
General Supervision Part 1
Percent of noncompliance identified in the
corrected within one year.

State Target: 100%

05-06        06-07


100%        100%
   Indicator 15
   General Supervision Part 2
Percent of compliance rate of Internal
Record Review.

State Target: 100%; State Average: 98.6%
      05-06       06-07        07-08



     25%        65.7%        90.7%
What’s the Plan (PreK-12)?
   Incorporate CIPP initiatives into School
    Improvement Planning
   Training in Intensive Scientific, Research-
    based Reading and Math instruction
    (Language!, Corrective Reading, Number
    Worlds)
   Response to Intervention-Problem Solving
    Model
   School-wide Positive Behavior Support
   Intensify training, tools and monitoring
    practices in implementation and compliance
   On-line Manual
What are the consequences?

IDEA 2004 – 34 CFR 300.604

   Needs Assistance – Direct the use of
    funds (NHCS current status)
   Needs Intervention – Withhold funds
   Needs Substantial Intervention –
    Recover Funds
Questions?