The Special Education Eligibility Process

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The Special Education Eligibility Process by Mind Map: The Special Education Eligibility Process

1. Response to Intervention

1.1. Accountability

1.2. High Quality Instruction

1.2.1. Small Group Instruction

1.2.1.1. One-On-One

1.3. Tiered Evidence-Based Strategies

1.3.1. Multi-Tiered Service Delivery

1.4. Frequent Monitoring

1.5. Important Educational Decisions

1.6. Early Intervention

2. Phase One: Good Instruction and Monitoring of Progress

2.1. Unique Needs

2.2. Differentiated

2.2.1. Strategies

2.3. Assessment

2.3.1. Strengths and Weaknesses

2.3.2. Ongoing

2.4. Measurable Goals

2.4.1. Benchmark Scores

2.5. Determined Intervention

2.5.1. At Risk Students

3. Phase Two: Pre-referral

3.1. Student Centered Team

3.1.1. Teacher

3.1.2. Parents

3.1.3. Administrator

3.1.4. Nurse

3.1.5. Guidance counselor

3.2. Intervention

3.2.1. Identify

3.2.2. Develop

3.2.3. Alternative Education Strategies

4. Phase Three: Referral for SPED Eval

4.1. After Interviews

4.1.1. Initiated By School Personnel

4.1.2. Initiated By Child's Parents

4.1.3. Initiated By Any Other Person Involved in the education or care of the child

5. Phase Four: SPED Eval

5.1. IDEA

5.1.1. Nondiscriminatory Multi-Factored Evaluation

5.1.1.1. School Psychologist

5.1.1.2. Special Educators

5.1.1.3. General Educators

5.1.1.4. Parents/Legal Guardians

5.1.1.5. Related Service Provider

5.1.1.6. Medical Dotors

5.1.2. Formal Evaluations Measure

5.1.2.1. Intelligence

5.1.2.2. Acheivement

5.1.2.3. Behavioral

5.1.2.4. Disability-Specific Issues

5.1.2.5. Medical

6. Phase Five: Eligibility

6.1. Free Appropriate Public Education

6.2. 504 Option

6.2.1. No One With Disability Can Be Excluded

6.2.2. Physical Impairments

6.2.3. Illness

6.2.4. Injury

6.2.5. Communicable Diseases

6.2.6. Chronic Conditions

6.2.7. Learning Problems

6.3. IEP

6.3.1. Functional Behavioral Assessment

6.3.2. Behavioral Intervention Plans

6.3.3. Evidence Based Interventions

7. Phase Six: IEP Meeting

7.1. Strengths and Weaknesses

7.2. Goals Monitored

7.3. Special Instruction Factors

7.4. Special Transportation Needs

7.5. Statement of Opportunities

7.6. Statement of Frequency and Method

7.7. Present Levels of Academic Acheivement

7.8. Functional Performance

7.9. Measurable Annual Goals

7.9.1. Evaluations to Measure Annual Goals

7.9.2. Benchmarks

7.10. Behavioral Intervention Plan

7.11. Least Restrictive Environment

7.12. Team

7.12.1. Parent

7.12.2. General Ed Teacher

7.12.3. Sped Teacher

7.12.4. Representative of Local Educational Agency

7.12.5. School Psychologist

7.12.6. The Student

7.12.7. Other Requested Individuals

8. Phase Seven: IEP Implementation

8.1. Living Document

8.2. Benchmarks

8.3. Annual Goals

8.4. Good Faith Effort

9. Phase Eight: Reevaluation

9.1. Every Years

9.2. Formal Evaluation

9.2.1. Every Three Years