Reports Systems

Sign up for an account on our reporting system providing a resource for administrators, families, and special education teachers and services providers This website provides data for the child outcomes comprising Indicator 7 of the Office of Special Education Programs' (OSEP) State Performance Plan (SPP)

Learn how DRDP (2015) data goes back to teachers and administrators for program planning, and about the path the data takes for federal reporting.

The Child Report provides information about a child’s knowledge, skills, and behaviors across the developmental domains of the DRDP (2015) and is aligned with California’s early learning and development foundations. Educators use these DRDP (2015) results to guide individual instruction and modify curriculum; they also share them with families and other service providers to better understand and plan support for each child’s learning and development.

The Child Report guidance helps families of infants and toddlers better understand their child’s development by showing ratings for each of the developmental domains of the DRDP (2015).

This guidance for the Child Report helps families of preschool-age children better understand their child’s development by showing ratings for each of the developmental domains of the DRDP (2015).

La guía del Reporte del Niño ayuda a las familias de bebés y niños pequeños a comprender mejor el desarrollo de sus niños al mostrarles las calificaciones para cada uno de los dominios de desarrollo del DRDP (2015).

Esta guía del Reporte del Niño ayuda a las familias de niños en edad pre-escolar a comprender mejor el desarrollo de sus niños al mostrarles las calificaciones para cada uno de los dominios de desarrollo del DRDP (2015).

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