DRDP (2015) Data Path for Special Education

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Follow the path of DRDP (2015) data from teachers’ assessments, to planning instruction and federal reporting.

Diagram shows that DRDP (2015) child assessment data* can be entered into Management Information Systems (MIS) or directly into the DRAccessReports system. Data can be exported from the MIS and imported to DRAccessReports. Child reports can be produced from the DRAccessReports system. LEAs upload their MIS data to DRAccessData for SELPA Certified Data Collection and Indicator 7 Analyses. Desired Results Access Project sends data to CDE and produces the Indicator 7 portion of the State Performance Plan (SPP), Annual Performance Report (APR). CDE sends final report to the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP). These results are also shared through the Indicator 7 Reports for LEAs website.

*Applies to DRDP (2015) assessments conducted by Special Education Teachers or Special Education Service Providers

The Desired Results Access Project:

Develops an aggregate report describing the progress of preschool children for three child outcomes (Indicator 7) for the State Performance Plan (SPP). For more information, refer to: draccess.org/SPPindicator7Linking.html

Provides psychometrically valid child-level reports to teachers: DRAccessReports.org

Provides secure online SELPA data collection and data quality reports: DRAccessData.org

Provides reports for local education agencies (LEAs): indicator7reports.draccess.org

Teachers can:

Transfer DRDP (2015) results from your MIS into DRAccessReports.org

Produce child-level reports at DRAccessReports.org.

Track children’s progress towards the preschool learning foundations, plan instruction, inform IFSP or IEPs, and share progress with families.

Administrators Can:

Track teachers’ progress in submitting DRDP results using the administrator report on DRAccessReports.org

View your SELPA or school district reports for Indicator 7 compared to the state’s results at indicator7reports.draccess.org

The California Department of Education, Special Education Division (CDE/SED):

Submits the SPP/APR to OSEP.

Publishes the entire SPP annually for the public.
View California’s SPP/APR at cde.ca.gov/sp/se/qa