Districts are encouraged to access technical assistance resources in order to improve performance across the compliance and results indicators of the State Performance Plan. In addition, districts may be required to access technical assistance as a part of enforcement actions related to district determination status.
Technical assistance resources are appropriate for teachers, administrators, parents, students, related services and other staff, and the general community. These resources may also be used for the development of professional learning communities, peer review activities, mentoring for new personnel, staff and parent orientations, and student empowerment.
Categorized by the federal priority areas.
- Indicator 11: Timely initial evaluations (within 35 school days)
- Indicator 12: Early childhood (Part C to B) transition (IEP by 3rd birthday)
- Indicator 8: Parent involvement
- Indicator 4: Suspension and expulsion rates
- Indicator 9: Disproportionate representation in special education
- Indicator 10: Disproportionate representation in specific disability categories
- Indicator 3: Statewide assessments (AYP, participation, and proficiency)
- Indicator 7: Early childhood outcomes
- Indicator 1: Graduation rates
- Indicator 2: Dropout rates
- Indicator 13: Transition IEPs
- Indicator 14: Post-school outcomes
- Citizen complaints (timely resolution)
- Due process requests (timely adjudication)
- Indicator 15: Resolution settlement agreements
- Indicator 16: Mediation agreements