A District-Wide Approach to Improving Outcomes for Students with Disabilities

Students with disabililties continue to be the lowest performing student group in the United States. And although Indiana continues to make strides educating students with disabilities in their Least Restrictive Environment (LRE), this progress has not resulted in improved outcomes. ESSA requires Indiana‚Äôs state accountability system to identify schools with one or more underperforming student group(s). For many districts, this highlights the lack of progress and growth for students with disabilities. In this session, the Indiana IEP Resource Center (IEPRC) will facilitate discussion among District Leadership Teams (DLTs) on current policies, programming and practices directly affecting students eligible to receive special education services. DLTs will have the opportunity to review and analyze district-level data and conduct a success gap analysis to make informed decisions and develop action plans targeted to improved outcomes for students with disabilities.

Session Dates and Locations:

Northern Session - August 24 or 25, 2022 - Central Time Zone
Central Session - August 31 or September 1, 2022 - Eastern Time Zone
Southern Session - September 14 or 15, 2022 - Eastern Time Zone


8:30am - 9am: Check In
9am - 9:15am: Introductions
9:15am - 11:15am: Improving Outcomes: What & How?
11:15am - 12:15pm: Lunch
12:15 - 2pm: Student Success Gap: Data Analysis
2pm - 2:45pm: Considerations for Action Planning and Implementation
2:45pm - 3pm: Wrap-up

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Please note that following training sessions have been cancelled:
Aug 24 (North), Sept 1(Central) and the Sept 15th  (South)

New training opportunities will be announced soon.