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Fast Five: Five Considerations When Planning to Include Results Data in General Supervision Systems
Many states are working to establish accountability and support systems designed to improve outcomes for students with disabilities while ensuring compliance with IDEA.
There are numerous factors states may want to consider when planning to incorporate results or outcomes data (e.g., performance on statewide assessments, graduation rates, postschool outcomes data, early childhood outcomes data) into their general supervision systems.
In the fall of 2020, the NCSI RBAS team interviewed five states who have implemented results-based accountability and support systems to learn more about their experiences and their thought processes around the inclusion of results data. What follows is a list of five considerations shared by these states. We express our sincere gratitude to Colorado, Indiana, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Vermont for sharing their insights with us.