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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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