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PD-6 - Report of Personnel Employed or Needed to Provide Special Education and Related Services
to Students with Disabilities on or About October 3, 2012

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Section A: Teachers and for Preschool Students with Disabilities
Directions: Report the full time equivalent (FTE) numbers of special education teachers and paraprofessionals (teacher aides and teaching assistants) employed or contracted to provide services to preschool children with disabilities on or around October 3, 2012. Please see definition of each line and column beginning on page 2.
Note: Public school districts, Special Act school districts, Charter Schools, BOCES and State-operated schools (Rome and Batavia) will NOT complete line 01 since they will provide these data through the BEDS personnel forms for teachers. All schools and programs must complete line 02.

Personnel Employed or Contracted
A B C D E
Certification/License/Position Permanent
Certification/ Licensure or Professional Certificate
Provisional
Certification or Initial Certificate
Temporary Licenses, Continuing Certificates or Level I, II, III or Pre-professional Certificate Not Fully or Appropriately Certified Total
(A+B+C+D)
01 Special Education Teachers for Preschool Students with Disabilities          
02 Special Education Paraprofessionals for Preschool Students with Disabilities*          

*Report “teacher aides” under column A, report “teaching assistants” under Columns C or D.

Section B: Teachers and Paraprofessionals for School-Age Students with Disabilities
Directions: Report the full time equivalent (FTE) numbers of special education teachers and paraprofessionals (teacher aides and teaching assistants) employed or contracted to provide services to school-age students with disabilities on or around October 3, 2012. Please see definition of each line and column beginning on page 2.
Note: Public school districts, Special Act school districts, Charter Schools, BOCES and State-operated schools (Rome and Batavia) will NOT complete line 01 since they will provide these data through the BEDS personnel forms for teachers. All schools and programs must complete line 02.

Personnel Employed or Contracted
A B C D E F
Certification/License/Position Permanent
Certification/ Licensure or Professional Certificate
Provisional
Certification or Initial Certificate
Temporary Licenses, Continuing Certificates or Level I, II, III or Pre-professional Certificate Not Fully or Appropriately Certified Total
(A+B+C+D)
Paraprofessionals who are “Qualified” under NCLB (Subset of Columns A plus C)
01 Special Education Teachers for School-Age Students with Disabilities            
02 Special Education Paraprofessionals for School-Age Students with Disabilities*            

*Report “teacher aides” under Column A, report “teaching assistants” under Columns C or D.

Section C: Special Education Related Services Personnel
Directions: Report the full time equivalent (FTE) numbers of special education related services personnel employed or contracted to provide services to preschool and/or school-age students with disabilities on or around October 3, 2012. Please see definition of each line and column beginning on page 2.

Personnel Employed or Contracted
A B C D E
  Certification/License/Position Permanent
Certification/ Licensure or Professional Certificate
Provisional
Certification or Initial Certificate
Temporary Licenses, Continuing Certificates or Level I, II, III or Pre-professional Certificate Not Fully or Appropriately Certified Total
(A+B+C+D)
01 Audiologists          
02 Speech-Language Pathologists ( with SLP License)          
03 Interpreters          
04 Psychologists          
05 Occupational Therapists          
06 Physical Therapists          
07 Physical Education Teachers and Recreation and Therapeutic Recreation Specialists          
08 Social Workers          
09 Medical/Nursing Service Staff          
10 Guidance Counselors and Rehabilitation Counselors          
11 Orientation and Mobility Instructors          
Last Updated: November 25, 2013