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SPP Indicator 11:A compliance indicator that measures the percent of children who were evaluated within 60 school days of receiving parental consent for initial evaluation. The 60-school day timeline is used in Illinois, as prescribed in 105 ILCS 5/14-8.02.


Indicator 11 Measurement:

  1. Percent of children for whom parental consent to evaluate was received.
  2. Percent of children whose evaluations were completed within 60 school days.

Percentage = B/A


Indicator 11 Goal:
The goal of Indicator 11 is to complete all initial evaluations within 60 school days of receiving parental consent.


Indicator 11 Data Source:
The ISBE data source is I-Star.
Districts must report these data throughout the school year as outlined in the “Students with Disabilities Data Collection and Approval Instructions” document on the Funding & Disbursements websitePDF Document
Districts must also submit district calendars to ISBE through IWAS. These calendars are used to calculate the 60-school day timeline. More information on this is available

 

Indicator 11 Calculation:
The calculation will be made at the district and state level.
Percent of children whose evaluations were completed within 60 school days / # of children for whom parental consent to evaluate was received * 100.
Percent of student evaluated within the timeline at the district level is (# of students whose evaluation was completed in =< 60 days / total number of students with a Reason District Did Not Meet Timeline code of NULL, 03, 04, 05 or 06) * 100.
Percent of students considered noncompliant at the district level is (# of students whose evaluation was completed in > 60 and Reason code = 03, 04, 05 or 06/ # of children for whom parental consent to evaluate was received) *100.


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