Based on the guidance and available information from Federal, State, and local officials, we have decided to transition many in-person professional development offerings to a virtual environment. This decision includes most professional development opportunities through March 31, 2020. We are taking this action so we can continue to provide support to our partners while minimizing the potential health risk for those presenters and attendees. We will reschedule any training that cannot be delivered online for a later date. Additional online attendance instructions will be sent to those who are currently registered for in-person March professional development offerings.
The Charter SELPA offers a wide breadth of well-designed, research-based professional learning opportunities intended to improve the outcomes of students with disabilities. Select a category below to learn more about the offerings within each professional learning package.
All of our professional learning opportunities are aligned with the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) is California’s current funding system. Under the LCFF, all Local Education Agencies are required to prepare and submit a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) with input from a variety of stakeholders. The LCAP provides a template for LEAs to set goals, plan actions, and leverage resources to improve student outcomes in key state and local priority areas.
All of our professional learning opportunities are aligned with the State Performance Plan Indicators. The State Performance Plan includes 17 state-level indicators drawn from components of IDEA. With the exception of indicator 17, all indicators are divided into two types: compliance indicators and performance indicators. Compliance indicators focus on whether a specific requirement of IDEA was met. Therefore, targets for compliance indicators are set at either 0 or 100 percent. Performance indicators focus on student and family outcomes. Targets for performance indicators vary and are determined by each state. The 17 state-level indicators by type are:
4b: Discipline Rate by Race/Ethnicity
9: Disproportionate Representation
10: Disproportionate Representation by Disability
11: Timely Eligibility Evaluation
12: Timely Part C to B Transition
13: Secondary Transition Goals and Services
1: Graduation Rate
2: Dropout Rate
3: Statewide Assessment
4a: Discipline Rate: Overall
5: Least Restrictive Environment
6: Preschool Least Restrictive Environment 7: Preschool Outcomes
8: Parent Involvement
14: Post-School Outcomes
15: Resolution Sessions2
Neither a performance nor compliance indicator:
17: State Systemic Improvement Plan2
For more information on the SSIP, please refer to: https://osep.grads360.org/#program/ssip
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