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Nebraskas Department of Education Data Reporting System


Special Education

Special Populations data are collected on an annual basis both on October 1 and June 30. The data collected describes our Special Education Population of students.

 

October 1 data collection is Nebraska's official Special Education Child Count and the data are used in the majority of our federal reporting.

 

June 30 data collection is a cumulative count of Special Education students and are used specifically for exit counts in graduation and dropout rates, as well as other reasons for exiting special education, used in federal reporting. In addition, this collection represents the total number of students served through the school year.


Data files for older years are available on the State of the Schools Report Data File Archive page.

 

 Special Populations

 
  
  
Description
Part C State Performance Plan revised 2009.pdfPart C State Performance Plan revised 2009
Part B State Performance Plan revised 2008.pdfPart B State Performance Plan revised 2008
This is a six year plan for the state based around targets set for 20 perfomance indicators.
Part B Annual Performance Report FFY 2007.pdfPart B Annual Performance Report FFY 2007
Annual State Performance on the targets for the 20 indicators set in the State Performance Plan
 
Funding and support provided by a Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems grant from the U. S. Department of Education through P. L. 107-279 Educational Technical Assistance Act of 2002 (ACT).
Nebraska Department of Education Data Reporting System
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