States receiving IDEA funds must have a State Performance Plan/Annual Performance Report (SPP/APR) that evaluates their efforts to implement the requirements and purposes of Parts B and C of the IDEA, and reports annually on their performance.
Part B SPP/APR Resources
- OSEP GRADS360°
is the platform for States to submit their
SPP/APRs electronically and provides a
variety of related materials
SPP/APR resources - Part B
Part B Measurement table, Part B Instructions, Part B Related Requirements
State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP) resources - Q&As, upcoming events, status updates, reminders, and other
Part B State Profiles - most recent SPP/APRs and OSEP's
response, state data profiles, determination letters, Results Driven Accountability determination matrices, and more
- State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP): Information about the SSIP process, SSIP-related webinars from the ECTA Center and its partners, and information on joining Communities of Practice focused on this important work.
- 2015 Part B State Determination Letters: The Office of Special Education Programs' responses to the States' Part B SPPs and APRs.
- Part B Verification Visit Letters: Letters from OSEP to states and entities on the results of visits made to verify the effectiveness and accuracy of their general supervision, assessment and data collection systems (Systems Verification). (updated 03/29/2012)
Reporting Requirements: Educational Environments for Children Ages 3-5
This toolkit from the IDC and ECTA Center includes a Decision Tree for Reporting Educational Environments for Children Ages 3-5 with IEPs; SPP/APR Part B Indicator 6 Measurement Table; and, Reporting Educational Environments for Preschool Children, Ages 3 through 5, with Disabilities: Excerpts from the Technical Guide - Children with Disabilities (IDEA) Early Childhood File Specifications.
Section 619 SPP/APR Indicator Analyses