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Results Driven Accountability (RDA)
Results Driven Accountability (RDA) is the accountability system in which general supervision and monitoring emphasize academic results of students with disabilities as well as compliance.
HB22-1260 Access to Medically Necessary Services for Students
HB22-1260 Access to Medically Necessary Services for Students requires each Administrative Unit (AU) to adopt a policy that addresses how a student who has a prescription from a qualified health-care provider for medically necessary treatment receives such treatment in the school setting as required by applicable federal and state laws. It also requires each AU to compile and submit aggregate data to CDE annually.
- Summary of HB22-1260, link to training power point, and data collection process
- Link to the full HB22-1260 document
Eligible youth with disabilities detained in county jails are entitled to special education and related services to meet their needs and prepare them for further education, employment, and independent living. 34 C.F.R. § 300.1 Administrative Units (AU) share the responsibility for ensuring educational services for detained youth with local juvenile and adult detention centers, including county jails. 34 C.F.R. § 300.2(b).
- Colorado Determination
- LEA/AU Determinations
- Colorado's SPP-APR
- AU Indicator Profiles
- Individual Indicator Profiles
- Standard Record Review
- Staff Approval Matrix (SAM)
Special Education Data
- State of Colorado Special Education Data
- LEA/AU Special Education Data
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