Each Local Educational Agency (LEA) is required to submit Special Education data on students aged 3 through 21 years of age who receive special education and related services through an Individualized Education Program (IEP) to the Oklahoma State Department of Education-Special Education Services (OSDE-SES).
Part B Data
- Child Count - A count of students who are enrolled in the LEA and on an IEP as of October 1 of the fiscal year. In addition to federal reporting, this count is used in allocating State Aid for Special Education.
- Child Count Training Video - This training video provides an introduction to the Child Count process and instructions on how to use the Child Count system.
- Memo 10/2/13: Secondary disability and related services clarification
- Data/Annual Performance Report (APR)- Data regarding full-time equivalents (personnel), discipline, exits (e.g. graduation and dropouts), environments, as well as other important information about students with disabilities. The information collected covers the fiscal year (July 1st through June 30th).
This Data Handbook serves as guidance and support to local education agencies (LEAs) that provide special education and related services to identified students with disabilities under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) of 2004. This document serves as an overview for LEA personnel new to the data requirements of IDEA as well as a reference for more experienced Special Education Directors and Managers.
State Performance Plan (SPP)
IDEA 2004 required the OSDE-SES to establish a performance plan that evaluates the state’s efforts to implement the requirements and purposes of Part B of IDEA 2004.
The plan was to be completed by December 2, 2005 and include:
- A six-year plan for an evaluation of the state's efforts to implement the requirements and purposes of Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) to improve educational services for students with disabilities;
- Targets for each of the 20 indicators identified by the OSEP;
- Targets that are specific, measurable, achievable (yet challenging), relevant, and timely;
- Specific plans for improving performance on each indicator;
- A yearly report, to OSEP and to the public, reported in an Annual Performance Report (APR) of an indicator's progress and slippage; and
- An annual report to LEAs of their performance on the targets identified in the SPP.
Oklahoma Part B State Performance Plan (SPP)
Data/Annual Performance Report (APR)
Data regarding full-time equivalents (personnel), discipline, exits (e.g., graduation and dropouts), environments, as well as other important information about students with disabilities. The information collected covers fiscal year (July 1stthrough June 30th).
Oklahoma Part B Annual Performance Report (APR)
State and District Data Profiles
Data profiles show performance on the targets identified in the SSP. Districts are provided these profiles annually. The State also monitors its own performance on these targets.
District Data Profiles
District Data Profile FAQ
State Data Profiles
Determinations are based on information provided in SPP, information obtained through monitoring visits and other public information, the OSEP determines annually if the State--
- Meets the requirements of IDEA
- Needs assistance
- Needs intervention
- Needs substantial intervention
Part B Annual State Determination Letter
Part B Annual District Determination Letters
End of Year Data Report
Special Education Finance