IDEA Determinations

Each year the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) uses Annual Performance Report and other data to make “determinations” about how states are meeting the requirements of the IDEA.  Connecticut’s Part C (Birth to Three) determinations letters are located on on www.ED.gov.

Here is the Connecticut Profile Page: https://osep.grads360.org/#communities/pdc/documents/11996 that shows how 2016 determination was made.

This is a direct link to all of OSEP’s Determination Letters for CT

2014- 2015 grant year – Meets Requirements – Year 10!
This is the highest determination possible and uses compliance data as well as results data.

2013- 2014 grant year – Meets Requirements – Year 9
2012- 2013 grant year – Meets Requirements – Year 8
2011 – 2012 grant year – Meets Requirements – Year 7
2010 – 2011 grant year – Meets Requirements – Year 6
2009 – 2010 grant year – Meets Requirements – Year 5
2008 – 2009 grant year – Meets Requirements – Year 4
2007 – 2008 grant year – Meets Requirements – Year 3
2006 – 2007 grant year – Meets Requirements – Year 2
2005 – 2006 grant year – Meets Requirements – Year 1

Just like the Office of Special Education Programs at the US Dept. of Education, each state makes determinations about how local programs are meeting the requirements of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).   These annual “determinations” are required by Section 616 of the IDEA and are based on a variety of data.

To learn more, click the orange launch  button below.  It will open an interactive presentation in a new window.

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