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State Performance Plan (SPP)
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 2004 (IDEA 2004), Section 616(b), requires each state to develop a six-year performance plan. This State Performance Plan (SPP) evaluates the state’s efforts to implement the requirements and purposes of IDEA and illustrates how the state will continuously improve upon this implementation.
  • The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 2004 (IDEA 2004), Section 616(b)(2)(B), requires states to collect data from LEAs annually in order to report data for the SPP/APR and publicly report LEA performance against the state target for the following 14 SPP indicators:

    1. Graduation
    2. Dropout
    3A-C. Adequate Yearly Progress
    4A-B. Suspension/Expulsion
    5A-C. Educational Environment, Ages 6-21
    6. Educational Environment, Ages 3-5
    7A-C. Early Childhood Outcomes
    8. Parent Participation
    9. Disproportionality in the special education program
    10. Disproportionality by specific disability
    11. Child Find
    12. Early Childhood Transition
    13. Secondary Transition
    14. Post-School Outcomes
  • The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 2004 (IDEA 2004), Section 616(b)(2)(C)(i)(II), requires states to publicly report LEA performance against the state targets in the State Performance Plan. Every LEA will have a district profile that their performance on indicators 1-14 against the state target in the State Performance Plan (SPP).

    SPP Reports and Requirements
  • Pursuant to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, 2004 (IDEA 2004) Section 616(a)(1)(C)(i) and 34 CFR §300.608(a), states are required to make “Determinations” annually under Section 616(d) on the performance of LEAs’ programs for students with disabilities. In making such Determinations, the state will assign an LEA one of the following Determination levels:

    - Meets the requirements
    - Needs assistance
    - Needs intervention
    - Needs substantial intervention


 

Program Contacts

Henryett Lovely
(903) 988-6854


Child Find, Early Childhood Transition
Donna Holt
(903) 988-6896


Early Childhood Outcomes, Educational Environment - Ages 3-5
Donna Holt
(903) 988-6896


Progress in the General Curriculum
Sonya Burnett
(903) 988-6736

Jackie Reavis
(903) 988-6978

Disproportionality by Specific Disability, Disproportionality in the Special Education Program, Parent Participation
Jennifer Sturm
(903) 988-6816


Dropout, Graduation, Post-School Outcomes, Secondary Transition
Jennifer Sturm
(903) 988-6816


Suspension/Expulsion
Quentin Woods
(903) 988-6901