Webinar Archive: The State Performance Plan (SPP) and Annual Performance Report (APR): What Special Education Advocates Need to Know
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Conducted June 11, 2009
ABOUT THE WEBINAR:
The State Performance Plan (SPP) and Annual Performance Report (APR) are important elements of the monitoring and enforcement requirements of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act(IDEA). The SPP and APR are the primary mechanisms by which the U.S. Department of Education (USED) determines which states are selected for monitoring and enforcement actions and, in turn, how states identify local school districts for monitoring and corrective action. As such, special education advocates need to understand the structure of the SPP, the APR requirements, as well as how the USED and states make determine the performance rating as required by IDEA.
This Webinar provides an overview of the SPP and APR, how advocacy organizations and individual advocates can play a role in the use of SPP/APR information, and how SPP/APR data can and should be used to select and implement activities funded with IDEA Recovery Act funds.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Diana Autin, Esq., is Executive Co-Director of the Statewide Parent Advocacy Network of New Jersey (www.spannj.org), which houses NJ's Parent Training and Information Center and Family to Family Health Information Center; Family Voices-NJ; NJ Statewide Parent to Parent; and a chapter of the Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health.
Autin is the author of "Parent Centers and State Lead Agencies: Partners in Improving Outcomes through Development & Implementation of SPP/APRs,"A Guide to the Role of Parent Centers in
Systems Change," and "The Parent Center Guide to Major Revisions to IDEA Regulations 2008," among other publications regarding special education. Autin is also a parent.
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