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Special Education School District Data Profile for 2005-06

The Special Education School District Data Profile is prepared in accordance with the requirement of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Each State must have a State Performance Plan (SPP) to evaluate the State's efforts to meet the requirements and purposes of the implementation of IDEA. The SPP is a six-year plan which describes New York State's performance on 20 indicators. States must report annually to the public on the performance of the State in an Annual Performance Report (APR) and each school district against the State's targets. New York State's SPP and the APR that describe these indicators in detail are available at http://www.p12.nysed.gov/specialed/spp/.
The following report reflects only quantifiable data collected by the State. Since performance of a school district in any indicator may be the result of unique circumstances within a district, readers are encouraged to consider information provided by the district's administration in interpreting these data.

Enrollment and Classification Rate
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  2005-06
  • Enrollment of school-age students with disabilities on December 1
282
  • District enrollment (public and nonpublic school-age students with and without disabilities) on the first Wednesday in October
2,334
  • Special education classification rate
12.1%
  • Enrollment of preschool students with disabilities on December 1
21

Indicator 1: Graduation Rate of Students with Disabilities
Link to Definition of Total District Cohort
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  2005-06
(2002 Total Cohort as of June 30, 2006)
  • Number of students with disabilities who first entered 9th grade anywhere (or if ungraded, became 17 years old) in 2002-03 school year
36
  • Graduation rate
66.7%
  • State target for 2005-06
37% or higher
  • Meets State target?
Yes

Indicator 2: Drop-Out Rate of Students with Disabilities
Link to Definition of Total District Cohort
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  2005-06
(2002 Total Cohort as of June 30, 2006)
  • Number of students with disabilities who first entered 9th grade anywhere (or if ungraded, became 17 years old) in 2002-03 school year
36
  • Drop-out rate after four years
8.3%
  • State target for 2005-06
19% or lower
  • Meets State target?
Yes

Indicator 3: State Assessments
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Link to Parents Page for No Child Left Behind (NCLB)
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Participation in State Assessments 2005-06
Grades
3-8
English Language Arts (ELA)
Grades
3-8
Math
High School
English Language Arts (ELA)
High School
Math
  • Enrollment of students with disabilities for participation rate
163 165 Less Than 40* Less Than 40*
  • Participation rate
93% 95% * *
  • State target for 2005-06
95% 95% 95% 95%
  • Meets State target?
No Yes * *
* Participation rate is provided only if at least 40 students with disabilities are reported in the first row.
Performance on State Assessments and Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) 2005-06
Grades
3-8
English Language Arts (ELA)
Grades
3-8
Math
High School
English Language Arts (ELA)
High School
Math
  • Enrollment of students with disabilities for performance accountability
107 108 Less Than 30** Less Than 30**
  • Score on performance index
95 120 ** **
  • State target for 2005-06
91 100 114 124
  • Meets State target?
Yes Yes ** **
  • Made AYP?
No Yes ** **
** A performance index score is provided only if at least 30 students with disabilities are reported in the first row.

Indicator 4: Suspensions/Expulsions
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A. Long-term Suspension Rate 2005-06
  • Number of students with disabilities suspended out-of-school for more than 10 days
2
  • Number of students with disabilities enrolled on December 1
282
  • Percent of students with disabilities suspended out-of-school for more than 10 days
0.7%
  • State target for 2005-06
4.0% or lower
  • Meets State target?
Yes

Indicator 5: School-age Least Restrictive Environment (LRE)
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  2005-2006
  • Number of students with disabilities ages 6-21 on December 1
274
  Percent of students with disabilities in general education program for: In
separate
schools /
 facilities
80% or
more of
the day
40 to 79%
of the day
Less than
40% of
the day
  • Percent of students ages 6-21 in each setting
50.4% 25.5% 20.8% 3.3%
  • State target for 2005-06
54% or higher No State Target 27.3% or lower 6.9% or lower
  • Meets State target?
No Not Applicable Yes Yes

Indicator 6: Preschool Least Restrictive Environment (LRE)
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  2005-06
  • Enrollment of preschool students with disabilities on December 1
21
  • Percent of preschool students with disabilities provided services in settings that include nondisabled students (or at home)
0%
  • State target for 2005-06
64%
  • Meets State target?
No

Indicator 7: Preschool Outcomes
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Data for this indicator will be posted beginning June 2008, in accordance with the schedule posted at http://www.p12.nysed.gov/sedcar/sppschedule.html.

  2005-06
Positive
Social - Emotional Skills
Acquisition and Use of Knowledge & Skills Use of
Appropriate Behaviors
to Meet
their Needs
  • Number of preschool students with disabilities evaluated for progress between entry into preschool special education and exit from preschool special education
 
  • Percent of preschool students with disabilities who demonstrate improvement
  • State target for 2005-06
  • Meets State target?

Indicator 8: Parental Involvement
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If data are not provided for this indicator, see the schedule posted at http://www.p12.nysed.gov/sedcar/sppschedule.html for the school year in which this school district will report data for this indicator.
  2005-06
  • Number of completed parent surveys returned
  • Percent of parents who reported that schools facilitated parent involvement to improve services and results for students with disabilities
  • State target for 2005-06
86.9% or higher
  • Meets State target?

Indicator 9: Disproportionality - Identification for Special Education
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  2005-06
  • Did the school district have disproportionate representation of racial and ethnic groups in special education and related services that was the result of inappropriate policies, practices and procedures?
No
  • State target for 2005-06
No school districts will have disproportionality that is the result of inappropriate policies, practices and procedures.
  • Meets State target?
Yes
  • Date the district reported correction of noncompliance for this indicator
Not Applicable

Indicator 10A: Disproportionality in Specific Disability Categories
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  2005-06
  • Did the school district have disproportionate representation of racial and ethnic groups in specific disability categories that was the result of inappropriate policies, practices and procedures?
No
  • State target for 2005-06
No school districts will have disproportionality that is the result of inappropriate policies, practices and procedures.
  • Meets State target?
Yes
  • Date the district reported correction of noncompliance for this indicator
Not Applicable

Indicator 10B: Disproportionality in Special Education Placements
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  2005-06
  • Did the school district have disproportionate representation of racial and ethnic groups in particular settings that was the result of inappropriate policies, practices and procedures?
No
  • State target for 2005-06
No school districts will have disproportionality that is the result of inappropriate policies, practices and procedures.
  • Meets State target?
Yes
  • Date the district reported correction of noncompliance for this indicator
Not Applicable

Indicator 11: Timely Evaluations (Child Find)
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If data are not provided for this indicator, see the schedule posted at http://www.p12.nysed.gov/sedcar/sppschedule.html for the school year in which this school district will report data for this indicator.
  2005-06
Preschool School-age
  • Number of students evaluated
  • Percent of students with parental consent to evaluate, who were evaluated within State required timelines
  • State target for 2005-06
100% 100%
  • Meets State target?

Indicator 12: Early Childhood Transition
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If data are not provided for this indicator, see the schedule posted at http://www.p12.nysed.gov/sedcar/sppschedule.html for the school year in which this school district will report data for this indicator.
  2005-06
  • Number of students referred from Early Intervention (Part C) to Preschool Special Education (Part B) prior to third birthday
  • Percent of students who have an IEP implemented by their third birthday (includes students for whom IEP is not implemented or is delayed for reasons that are in compliance with State requirements.)
  • State target for 2005-06
100%
  • Meets State target?

Indicator 13: Secondary Transition
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If data are not provided for this indicator, see the schedule posted at http://www.p12.nysed.gov/sedcar/sppschedule.html for the school year in which this school district will report data for this indicator.
  2005-06
  • Number of IEPs reviewed for students ages 15 and above
  • Percent of IEPs of students ages 15 and above that include coordinated, measurable, annual IEP goals and transition services that will reasonably enable the student to meet the post-secondary goals
  • State target for 2005-06
100%
  • Meets State target?
  • Date the district reported correction of noncompliance for this indicator

Indicator 14: Post-School Outcomes
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Data for this indicator will be posted beginning June 2008, in accordance with the schedule posted at http://www.p12.nysed.gov/sedcar/sppschedule.html.
  2005-06
  • Number of students interviewed to assess post-school outcomes one year after leaving high school
 
  • Percent of students who had IEPs, are no longer in secondary school, and who have been enrolled in some type of post-secondary school within one year of leaving high school
  • Percent of students who had IEPs, are no longer in secondary school, and who have been competitively employed within one year of leaving high school
  • State target for 2005-06
  • Meets State target?

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