Overview of the Annual Performance Report Development:

See Overview of the Development of the Annual Performance Report on page 1.

Monitoring Priority: FAPE in the LRE

Indicator #5:  Percent of children with IEPs aged 6 through 21:

A.  Removed from regular class less than 21% of the day;[2]

B.  Removed from regular class greater than 60% of the day; or

C.  Served in public or private separate schools, residential placements, or homebound or hospital placements.

(20 U.S.C. 1416(a)(3)(A))

Measurement:

A.  Percent = [(# of children with IEPs removed from regular class less than 21% of the day) divided by the (total # of students aged 6 through 21 with IEPs)] times 100.

B.  Percent = [(# of children with IEPs removed from regular class greater than 60% of the day) divided by the (total # of students aged 6 through 21 with IEPs)] times 100.

C. Percent = [(# of children with IEPs served in public or private separate schools, residential placements, or homebound or hospital placements) divided by the (total # of students aged 6 through 21 with IEPs)] times 100.

 

FFY

Measurable and Rigorous Target

 

2005

(2005-06)

The statewide percent of students with disabilities, ages 6-21, removed from regular class less than 21 percent of the day will be greater than 54 percent.

The statewide percent of students with disabilities, ages 6-21, removed from regular class greater than 60 percent of the day will be less than 27.3 percent. 

The statewide percent of students with disabilities, ages 6-21, served in public or private separate schools, residential placements, or homebound or hospital placements will be less than 7.0 percent.

 

Actual Target Data for FFY 2005:

Statewide Trend Data: LRE for School Age Students

School Year

Number of Students with Disabilities, Ages 6-21, on December 1 of the School year

Percent of Day Students with Disabilities are Removed from Regular Classes

Percent of Students with Disabilities in Separate Settings

Less than 21%

21% to 60%

Greater than 60%

1997-98

372,716

43.2%

12.9%

34.8%

9.1%

1998-99

381,342

44.7%

12.9%

33.5%

8.9%

1999-00

384,352

47.6%

13.2%

30.7%

8.5%

2000-01

389,668

49.5%

12.9%

29.8%

7.7%

2001-02

387,014

51.1%

12.9%

28.6%

7.4%

2002-03

386,082

51.8%

13.9%

27.0%

7.4%

2003-04

387,633

53.4%

12.4%

27.0%

7.3%

2004-05 (Baseline Year for APR)

391,595

53.6%

12.0%

27.3%

7.0%

2005-06

389,125

54.5%

13.1%

25.5%

6.9%

 

Big Five Cities’ Combined Trend Data: LRE for School Age Students

School Year

Number of Students with Disabilities, Ages 6-21, on December 1 of the School year

Percent of Day Students with Disabilities are Removed from Regular Classes

Percent of Students with Disabilities in Separate Settings

Less than 21%

21% to 60%

Greater than 60%

2002-03

160,410

47.9%

5.4%

38.1%

8.6%

2003-04

161,347

49.5%

2.5%

39.0%

9.0%

2004-05

165,795

49.9%

2.1%

39.3%

8.8%

2005-06

164,462

51.3%

4.8%

35.2%

8.7%

 

 

2005-06 LRE Data by Need Resource Capacity Category of School Districts

 

Need Resource Capacity

Number of Students with Disabilities, Ages 6-21, on December 1 of the School year

Percent of Day Students with Disabilities are Removed from Regular Classes

Percent of Students with Disabilities in Separate Settings

Less than 21%

21% to 60%

Greater than 60%

New York City

141,627

50.7%

4.1%

36.2%

9.0%

Large 4 Cities

22,835

55.2%

9.2%

29.4%

6.3%

Urban-Suburban High Need School Districts

35,055

48.6%

15.5%

29.3%

6.6%

Rural High Need School Districts

25,544

53.6%

22.9%

21.7%

1.9%

Average Need School Districts

110,738

57.4%

20.8%

17.5%

4.4%

Low Need School Districts

48,515

66.8%

16.9%

11.0%

5.4%

 

2005-06 LRE Data by Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) Regions for Separate Settings:

 

Map of NYS by BOCES Regions showing placment of students with disabilities in separate settings

Discussion of Improvement Activities Completed and Explanation of Progress or Slippage that Occurred for FFY 2005:

Revisions, with Justification, to Proposed Targets/ Improvement Activities/ Timeline / Resources for FFY 2005

None.


[2] At the time of the release of this package, revised forms for collection of 618 State reported data had not yet been approved.  Indicators will be revised as needed to align with language in the 2005-2006 State reported data collections.