This page contains various guidance, such as policy, procedures, and guidelines for compliance.
These resources were developed to support districts to collect, analyze and use data to make instructional decisions leading to improved educational outcomes for students with disabilities.
This webcast highlights the key features of the Goal Monitoring tool found in Infinite Campus (IC) and can be used as a training tool to support school districts in setting up and monitoring Individual Education Program (IEP) goals and objectives. The Method of Measurement and Type of Data recording in IC document captures the connection between the type of data (used in IC) and the method of measurement (used in IEPs).
This video was developed to support districts in understanding the connection between progress monitoring and driving student results. The video first covers the process of the Admissions and Release Committee (ARC) team creating a well-developed and appropriately ambitious Individual Education program (IEP). Then, the progress monitoring cycle is discussed along with support for identifying an adaption to specially designed instruction (SDI) and when an ARC meeting should occur to change the SDI. Finally, the importance of using graphs and aim lines to monitor and report progress is discussed.
For information regarding resources on educationally relevant therapy in schools please contact Jessica Jones at 502-564-4970 ext. 4144.
Specially Designed Instruction
Special Education Information Brochures
These brochures were developed in an effort to inform parents and others who work with students with disabilities about the unique services guaranteed special education students under federal and state law. These brochures also provide the support needed to understand special education in Kentucky. Topics include the Individual Education Program (IEP), Confidentiality, Admissions and Release Committee (ARC) and the Special Education Process. This information is intended to be shared with parents, local district staff, and special education students to better familiarize all parties with issues surrounding special education programs in Kentucky schools. Most documents are two pages and intended to be either tri- or quad-folded as handy reference documents. Please download and duplicate as needed.
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For more information regarding resources on educationally relevant therapy in schools please contact the Office of Special Education and Early Learning at 502-564-4970.
Autism Guidance Document
United States Department of Education Resources