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SPP/APR 6-Year Target Setting - Public Comment and Stakeholder Involvement
State Performance Plan/ Annual Performance Reports (SPP/APR)
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires each state to develop a state performance plan/annual performance report (SPP/APR) that evaluates the state’s efforts to implement the requirements and purposes of the IDEA and describes how the state will improve its implementation. The SPP/APR includes indicators that measure child and family outcomes and other indicators that measure compliance with the requirements of the IDEA.
The "SPP-APR FFY2020 Submission" video provides an overview of the reporting cycle. Below, is the list of the SPP/APR indicators for which CDE seeks input from as many Colorado Stakeholders as possible. Please watch a short video and click on the corresponding blue feedback form button to tell us what you think of the proposed targets and improvement strategies.
Indicators requiring target setting:
Secondary and Post School Outcomes
- Indicator 2 - Dropout rate
- Indicator 1 - Graduation rate
- Indicator 14 - Post School Outcomes
Note: All surveys are in SmartSheet format
Assessment and Educational Environment
- Participation and performance on statewide assessments
4th Grade Focus (ELA & Math)
8th Grade Focus (ELA & Math)
11th Grade/High School Focus (ELA & Math)
- Educational Environment for 5-year-olds in K and ages 6-21
- Suspension and expulsion rates
Early Childhood - Preschool
- Educational Environment for 3-, 4-, and 5-year-olds enrolled in a preschool program
- Preschool performance
- Parent involvement
- Hearing requests that went to resolution sessions resolved through resolution session settlement agreements
- Mediations held that resulted in mediation agreements
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