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State And Federal Reporting

BabyNet General Supervision Plan

State Performance Plans

IDEA Section 618 Annual Reports to Congress

State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP)

Federal Determinations and Monitoring Reports

Annual Local Performance Reports and Determinations

Proviso 117.99 of the FY16 General Appropriations Act

Proviso 1.96 of the FY16 General Appropriations Act

 
 
 
 
State Performance Plan
Section 616 of the IDEA requires that each state submit a six-year State Performance Plan or SPP. The SPP must be developed and modified with broad stakeholder input and approved by the US Dept. of Education Office of Special Education Programs. Progress on the SPP is reported in the state’s Annual Performance Reports or APR.
 
 
 
Annual State Performance Reports
Each year, progress on South Carolina’s BabyNet Early Intervention System’s Performance Plan on SPP is reported to the US Dept. of Education Office of Special Education Programs in an Annual Performance Report (APR). Each APR is developed with broad stakeholder input.
 
2019

 
IDEA Section 618 Annual Reports to Congress
Section 618 of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires that each state submit data about the children they serve. This includes the number of children served, ethnicity and race, where services are delivered, the reasons families exit IDEA/Part C, and the results of any written complaints, mediation requests, or hearings requests.
 
OSEP launched a new website in February 2015 to publicly report the IDEA Section 618 data as well as provide documentation associated with the data.   
That site contains:
  • IDEA Section 618 data files (historical and newly released data);
  • Data Documentation Files which will provide information about the data elements and format of the data files;
  • Data notes associated with the IDEA Section 618 data files; and
  • Links to other sites that provide data and information on children with disabilities.
The number of children served, ethnicity/race, and where services are delivered: 
 
2020
 
The number of children that exit IDEA/Part C grouped by the exit reason by race/ethnicity and age:
 
2020
 
Dispute resolution data includes the number of written complaints, mediation requests and hearings:
 
2020

 
 
State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP)
The SSIP is a comprehensive, ambitious, yet achievable multi-year plan that states will develop to improve results for children with disabilities and their families.  The goal of the SSIP is to increase the capacity of Early Intervention System (EIS) programs, scale up, and sustain evidence-based practices that will result in improved results.  Beginning with FFY 2020 SPP/APR, the SSIP report is embedded in the SPP/APR document.  See Annual Performance Report section above.
 
Early Intervention Program Map (Current and Future)
 
 
Phase III-Year 3 (see FFY 2020 APR Indicator 11 above)
 

 
Federal Determinations and Monitoring Reports
Each year the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) uses an Annual Performance Report and other data to make “determinations” about how states are meeting the requirements of the IDEA.   States are determined to be one of the following:  
 
 

 
Annual Local Performance Reports and Determinations
Section 616 of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires that each state report data to the public by early intervention programs. Just like the Office of Special Education Programs at the US Dept. of Education, each state makes determinations about how local programs are meeting the requirements of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). These annual “determinations” are required by Section 616 of the IDEA and are based on a variety of data.
 
 
Local Performance
FFY 2018
FFY 2019
FFY 2020
Anderson
Charleston
Colleton
Horry
Richland
Spartanburg
York
 
Local Determinations 
FFY 2020 All Districts
FFY 2021  
FFY 2022  

 

 


                   
       
 

 
Proviso 117.99 of the FY16 General Appropriations Act requires the Lead Agency to document its implementation of the SC Legislative Audit Council’s August 2011 BabyNet recommendations and to work with BabyNet partner agencies to prepare an annual interagency fiscal report to the General Assembly. View the most recent status reports below.
 
 

 
Proviso 1.96 of the FY16 General Appropriations Act required the Lead Agency to prepare a report documenting BabyNet system compliance and fiscal needs. The final report can be viewed below.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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