FTE Power Point

Report
Georgia CTI
Fall Conference
November 11, 2011
Atlanta, Georgia
Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent
“Making Education Work for All Georgians”
www.gadoe.org
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State Performance Plan
Annual Performance Report
Performance Indicators(20)
Environments
Timelines
Transitions
Accuracy
Disproportionality Parents
FTE
CPI
SR
State Reporting
Class Size
District
Profile
Child Count
Placement
Personnel
Discipline
Assessment
Exiting
Federal Reporting
Postsecondary Survey
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FTE Weight Formulas
Unweighted FTE
An unweighted FTE is the sum of all segments
reported for a given program, divided by six
and rounded to the nearest whole number. It
does not represent a particular student.
Unweighted FTE = Rounded ((Sum All Segments) / 6)
Weighted FTE = Unweighted FTE X Program Weight
Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent
“Making Education Work for All Georgians”
www.gadoe.org
FTE Funding FY2012
6 Segments = 1 FTE
Level 1
S/L -SC (3)
SLD-SC (U)
1 Segment
2 Segments
3 Segments
2.396
4 Segments
5 Segments
6 Segments
$4,379
$5,474
$6,529
Level 2
MID (P)
2.8189
$1,280
$2,561
$3,841
$5,121
$6,401
$7,682
3.5912
$1,631
$3,262
$4,893
$6,524
$8,155
$9,786
5.8253
$2,646
$5,291
$7,937
$10,583
$13,229
$15,874
2.4597
$1,117
$2,234
$3,351
$4,469
$5,586
$6,703
$454
$908
$1,363
$1,817
$2,271
$2,725
Level 3
MOID (Q)
SID ( R)
EDB (T)
SLD-R (U)
OI-SC (V)
HH-SC (W)
Deaf -SC (X)
OHI-SC (Y)
S/L-R (3)
Level 4
PID (S)
OI-R (V)
HH-R (W)
Deaf-R (X)
OHI-R (Y)
VI (Z)
Deaf/Blind (2)
Level 5
Inclusion Codes 4-8
Base Funding (D)
Weight =1.0000
CTAE Lab (K)
1.1841
Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent
“Making Education Work for All Georgians”
www.gadoe.org
Georgia Board of Education
Rule 160-5-1-.08 CLASS SIZE
• NOTE: Middle school and high school students served in a
departmental model shall have an individual maximum
class size of seven without a paraprofessional and ten with a
paraprofessional , provided the number of students of
any one disability within the class does not exceed the
individual maximum class size for that disability .
Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent
“Making Education Work for All Georgians”
www.gadoe.org
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• 7 Students X
• 6 Segments =
• 42 Segments @ Level 3
Schedule
42 Segments
• 42 Segments/
• 6 Segments =
• 7 FTE@ Level 3
• 7 FTE X
• $9,786 =
• $68,502
7 FTES
CTI Schedule
Schedule
Tuesday, October 4
Segment
Number of
Students
1
2A and 2B
3
4A and 4B
5
6
5
3/3
4
4/3
7
5
Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent
“Making Education Work for All Georgians”
www.gadoe.org
• Is this CTI meeting state
funding class size?
• Do you know if all the
students on his caseload are
being seen on the day of
the count?
• If not, does that impact his
funding?
No FTE Funding
Local boards of education not complying with
maximum class size requirements shall be
subject to a complete loss of funding for the
entire class or program that is out of
compliance.
For additional information refer to Georgia Board of Education
Rule 160-5-1-.08 CLASS SIZE.
Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent
“Making Education Work for All Georgians”
www.gadoe.org
Maximum Class Size Flexibility
General Requirements:
• District must submit a
resolution approved by the
local board to the Georgia
Department of Education.
Special Education Requirements
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•
•
•
Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent
“Making Education Work for All Georgians”
www.gadoe.org
District must adhere to the caseload
requirements of rule 160-4-7-.14.
Special education classroom must
contain 38 square feet per student.
District must adhere to the rules for
paraprofessionals as part of the class
requirements of rule 160-4-7-.14.
Districts must continue to provide a
free appropriate public education to
all students eligible for special
education services under IDEA.
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Code: IDDF (14)
160-4-7-.14 Personnel, Facilities,
Equipment, Materials and Class Size
• Class Sizes and Caseloads
• Paraprofessionals
Three paraprofessionals are the maximum number that
can be used to increase the maximum class size for any
special education class.
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Code: IDDF (14)
Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent
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Code: IDDF (7)
160-4-7-.07 LEAST RESTRICTIVE ENVIRONMENT (LRE)
(d) School age placements:
1. General education classroom with age-appropriate nondisabled peers, if required by the IEP:
(i) Additional supportive services. The child remains in regular
classroom with supplementary aids and services provided to
the teacher and/or child to implement the IEP.
(ii) Direct services. The child remains in the regular classroom
with direct services from special education personnel on a
consultative, collaborative, or co-teaching basis.
Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent
“Making Education Work for All Georgians”
www.gadoe.org
Inclusion Codes
INCLUSION indicates that a student with disabilities
has an individualized education program (IEP) that
identifies the general education classroom as the
least restrictive environment for the delivery of
special education services for that course. Inclusion
includes both supportive instruction and
collaborative instruction.
Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent
“Making Education Work for All Georgians”
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SUPPORTIVE INSTRUCTION
Supportive instruction is specifically designed instruction
or supplemental aids or services provided from personnel
such as a paraprofessionals, interpreters, job coaches,
other assistive personnel, and other regular education
teachers.
Students receiving special education services through
supportive instruction are funded at Level 5.
Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent
“Making Education Work for All Georgians”
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Level 5 Inclusion Codes
Supported Instruction
•
•
•
•
•
4 - Paraprofessional
5 – Interpreter
6 – Job Coach (Must be used with Program Code K)
7 – Assistive/Other Personnel (OT/PT)
8 – Certified Teacher (Not Special Education)
All the above must be used with general education program code
Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent
“Making Education Work for All Georgians”
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Inclusion Code 9
Collaborative Instruction
• 9 Collaborative Model
– Special Education teacher must be in class at
least 50% of the instructional segment
– Must be used with a special education
program code
– Indicates a model where a special education
teacher works with identified students and
the regular education teacher within the
regular classroom setting.
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Consultative Model
Student receives direct instruction from a
teacher certified in student's primary area of
disability AND student must receive such direct
instruction for the majority of a segment on the
day of the FTE count.
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“Making Education Work for All Georgians”
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Special Education
Program Code
Generally <100%
of a segment
At least 50% of
segment on day
of count
Co-Teaching
At least 50% of
segment on day
of count
Collaborative Services
Consultative Services
Served at least
one hour per
month
Generally 100%
of a segment
Special
Education
Program Code
Special
Education
Program Code
Inclusion Code 9 - Collaborative Instruction
Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent
“Making Education Work for All Georgians”
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Community-Based Learning
Service
Community-Based
Instruction
PROGRAM
CODE
PROGRAM CODE
that correspond to
the student's
PRIMARY AREA
CONDITIONS
Report segments of
special education
instruction provided
in a communitybased setting.
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CTAE/CTI
Service
Career Technical
Instruction
Consultative,
Collaborative and
Co-taught
PROGRAM CODE
Students served in CTAE
classes and served by CTI
whose services meet the
requirements for
consultative, collaborative
and co-taught services
should be reported with the
PROGRAM CODES that
correspond with the
student’s PRIMARY AREA
and with an INCLUSION
CODE = ‘9’
CONDITIONS
o
o
The CTI services must be
included in the student’s IEP
and the CTI must provide
regularly scheduled direct
instruction to the student
on the day of the count.
If a student with disabilities
is enrolled in CTAE and CTI
does not provide direct
instruction to the student
on the day of the count,
then the student should be
reported with CTAE
PROGRAM CODES
(PROGRAM CODE = ‘K’).
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CTAE/CTI/WBL
Service
PROGRAM CODE
Career Technical
Instruction CTAE
Work-Based Learning
Students participating in
CTAE Work-Based Learning
and receiving supportive
services from CTI should be
reported with a CTAE
PROGRAM CODE = ‘K’ and
INCLUSION CODE = ‘6’ (Job
Coach)
CONDITIONS
o
o
o
Career Technical
Instruction - CTI
Work-Based Learning
Students participating in
CTI Work-Based Learning
should be reported with
PROGRAM CODES that
correspond with the
student’s PRIMARY AREA
o
The CTI services must be
included in the student’s IEP and
the CTI must provide direct
instruction to the student on the
day of the count.
If a student with disabilities is
enrolled in CTAE and CTI does
not provide direct instruction to
the student on the day of the
count, then the student should
be reported with CTAE
PROGRAM CODES (PROGRAM
CODE = ‘K’).
The total segments reported for
the work-based program shall
not exceed three.
Report the PROGRAM CODES for
the student's PRIMARY AREA for
segments in an approved CTI
work-based learning program .
The total segments reported for
the work-based program shall
not exceed three.
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Segment
1
• CTAE Class – 4 students
• CTAE Class – 3 students
• (Disability Program Code
and Inclusion Code = 9)
Segment
2
• CTAE Class – 4 students
• CTAE Class – 3 students
• (Disability Program Code
and Inclusion Code = 9)
Segment
3
• CTI – Small Group 7
Students
Segment
4
• CTAE Class – 4 students
• CTAE Class – 3 students
• (Disability Program
Code and Inclusion
Code = 9)
Segment
5
• CTAE Class – 4 students
• CTAE Class – 3 students
• (Disability Program
Code and Inclusion
Code = 9)
CTAE WBL with CTI
Segment • support
- 7 Students
6
Schedule for Tuesday and Thursday
Evaluations
Consultative
Planning
Evaluations
Friday
Planning
Wednesday
Monday
Consultative
Consultative
Planning
Evaluations
• 7 Students X
• 6 Segments =
• 42 Segments @ Level 3
42 Segments
• 42 Segments/
• 6 Segments =
• 7 FTE@ Level 3
Schedule
Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent
“Making Education Work for All Georgians”
www.gadoe.org
• 7 FTE X
• $9748 =
• $68,236
7 FTES
Summary
• If it is not in the IEP, it cannot be reported for
FTE.
• Regularly scheduled means regularly scheduled,
not incidental contact.
• Document, document, document.
Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent
“Making Education Work for All Georgians”
www.gadoe.org
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