State Performance Plan
(SPP) Indicator 11 measures the percentage of children who were evaluated within the state established
timeline after receiving informed, written parental consent to evaluate.
The data collection
period is July 1 to June 30 of each year. All students, ages 3-21, who were
evaluated, had their eligibility determined and had an individualized education program (IEP) developed between
July 1 and June 30 should be reported each year during the SPP 11 submission
window. Indicator 11 refers to “initial” eligibility determinations made for
students ages 3-21.
Data Source and Collection Schedule
All districts are required to
report data into the SPP 11 application. Access it by logging in through TEASE.
The District Certifier is responsible for ensuring that the data are accurate
and therefore, must be knowledgeable of the process. The District Data Entry Agent and District Certifier will enter data collectively when necessary. The District Certifier certifies the data once it is entered and completed. Every
district must have a complete and certified status regardless of whether the
district has data to enter.
Data Collection Resources
Technical Assistance and Training
For assistance with data collections and reporting requirements, contact your regional education service center
special education contact.