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Special Education Advisory Committee- Board Presentation

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Special Education Advisory Committee- Board Presentation

  1. 1. Dunlap CUSD<br />Special Education Plan<br />June 8, 2011<br />Christy Sanchez, Parent<br />Brooke Mair, Director of Special Services<br />
  2. 2. Special Education Advisory Committee<br />COLLABORATION<br />TEAMWORK<br />SHARED LEADERSHIP<br />
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  4. 4. Develop a special education plan which is strategic, includes stakeholder input, and demonstrates efficient, effective, and equitable use of resources.<br />
  5. 5. Stakeholders from all programs and educational levels <br />Parents<br />General educators<br />Special educators<br />Administration<br />Advisory Committee<br />
  6. 6. Goal Areas<br /><ul><li>Utilization of Resources
  7. 7. Professional Development
  8. 8. Curriculum
  9. 9. Inclusive philosophy
  10. 10. Communication</li></li></ul><li>Special Education Goals<br />Goal 1: Ensure an efficient, effective and equitable continuum of services (district goals 1& 5)<br />SMART goal: During the 2011-2012 school year, the Special Education Advisory Subcommittee will conduct a pre-K through transition (12+) curriculum review of life skills and instructional programs as measured by a presentation to the board of education by spring 2012.<br />SMART goal: The Special Education Advisory Subcommittee will develop a definition and description of continuum of district special education services as measured by development of program descriptors to be shared on the district special education website by fall 2011.<br />
  11. 11. Special Education Goals<br />Goal 2: Commitment to an inclusive, satisfying, and productive learning environment (district goals 2 & 3)<br />SMART goal During the 2011-2012 school year, the Special Education Advisory Subcommittee will develop professional development offerings to include state mandated trainings as well as district specific trainings. The goal will be measured by the number of participants, workshop feedback, and evidence of implementation to be reviewed at the end of each semester.<br />
  12. 12. Special Education Goals<br />Goal 3: Promote a satisfying and productive partnership with families and community (district goal 4)<br />SMART goal: During the 2011 2012 school year the Special Education Advisory Subcommittee will create and pilot a survey instrument to evaluate parents’ IEP experience. The goal will be measured by the completion of the survey instrument by April 2012.<br />
  13. 13. Strategic Plan Implementation<br />Special Education Goal 1: Ensure an efficient, effective and equitable continuum of services (district goals 1& 5)<br />Special Education Goal 2: Commitment to an inclusive, satisfying, and productive learning environment (district goals 2 & 3)<br />Special Education Goal 3: Promote a satisfying and productive partnership with families and community (district goal 4)<br />
  14. 14. August 2011: The Special Education Advisory Committee will reconvene in August. Subcommittees will finalize their action plans and timeline.<br />Fall 2011: The Special Education Advisory Subcommittees will implement action plans.<br />January 2012: The subcommittees will report progress to the Special EducationAdvisory Committee.<br />Spring 2012: Completion of action plans and report progress to the Board of Education.<br />Next steps…<br />

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