Special Education Programs, Services, Finances: An Overview from Two Perspectives. Joint Annual Conference November 21-23, 2014 Chicago, Illinois

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1 Special Education Programs, Services, Finances: An Overview from Two Perspectives Joint Annual Conference November 21-23, 2014 Chicago, Illinois

2 Welcome Bruce Martin, Director of Business Services/CSBO, LADSE Carol Schultz, Director of Special Services, Darien Megan Stoltz, Chief School Business Official, Darien

3 Cooperative s Perspective The cooperative s role is supporting districts in the provision of effective educational services to students who have or are at-risk of disabilities.

4 COLLABORATIVE PROFESSIONAL LEARNING ALIGNED TO COMMUNITY EXPECTATIONS FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY = ALIGNED TO COMMUNITY RESOURCES INCLUSIVENESS HONORS DIVERSITY EVIDENCE-BASED & ADAPTED FOR SPECIFIC NEEDS

5 CONNECT FOR COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAMS AND SERVICES History & Definition of Joint Agreements Joint Agreements are established by multiple Illinois school districts to provide needed special education facilities and to employ a director and other professional workers (105 ILCS 5/ ) for the purpose of providing comprehensive and cost efficient special education services (Illinois School Code, 2006, p.281) 1957 LaGrange Area Department of Special Education (LADSE) First Joint Agreement in the State of Illinois

6 LADSE by the Numbers ( ) 1957 LADSE First Cooperative in Illinois 15 member districts 23,138 Total Enrollment 3336 Students with IEPs 174 Elem. Students Enrolled in LADSE Instructional Programs 76 Students Enrolled in Wraparound Svs. 78 Students HS Deaf & Hard of Hearing 259 Elem and 8 HS Students ESY 260 HS Vocational Students 254 Full-Time Equivalent Personnel

7 We will collaboratively develop programs and services which meet the unique needs of each elementary and high school member district. We will develop a programs and service accountability system that defines/measures the success of students and customer satisfaction. Written by LADSE s Directing Board August, 2011

8 Inclusive & effective educational programs for elementary students enrolled in LADSE multi-district programs. Easy access to highly specialized, school-based consultation services. Expanded school-to-work transition opportunities for students. Cost-efficient and personalized professional development, support for continuous program improvement, and/or program evaluation. Recruitment, orientation, mentorship, ongoing supervision, and professional networks for all district educators, including specialists. Stable access to a wide variety of educational specialists, including part-time employees, who understand school-based services. Innovation, adaptation, and collaborative implementation of best practices for instruction, assessment, intervention, and staff evaluation.

9 Consolidated Student Services Assistive Technology Services Autism Consultation ECE Assessment Emotional Consultation (ED III) Nurse Consultant Services Speech-Language Consultation Vision/Hearing Screenings Vocational/Transition Services Other, at district request Consolidated District Services Attend Community-Based Meetings Consultation about Services & Procedures Easy IEP Computerized IEP/forms Facilitate Program Evaluation Grants Management Human Resources Professional Development & Networking (including attendance at unit meetings) Parent Training Private Facility Contracts Recruitment of Selected Staff Student Reporting and District Claims Transportation Coordination Other District Needs

10 Tuition Programs Elementary Classrooms Communication Disorders (CD) Emotional Disabilities (ED) Extended School Year (ESY) Multiple Needs (MN) Phonological Disorders (Phono) Secondary Classrooms Extended School Year (ESY) DWC Deaf and Hard of Hearing Project SEARCH (Vocational) Intensive Student Support Wraparound Services (ED II) Other, at district request Individual Student Services Related Services Behavior Interventionists Certified School Nurses ECE Classroom Support Nurse/Educational Assistants Occupational Therapists Para-educators Physical Therapists Psychologists Social Workers Speech-Language Pathologists Other, at district request, for example Inclusion Facilitator Interpreters for included students Job coach or other transition FTE Assigned to District

11 CONNECT FOR MUTUAL BENEFIT Outside Partnerships Business, Governmental, and Community Vocational Alliance and the Employer Advisory Board Project SEARCH (Steering Committee) Division of Rehabilitation Services (DRS STEP & other grants) Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership (CCWP WIA grants) Higher Education Midwestern University University of Illinois at Chicago College of DuPage Networking RtI Network, IAASE, IASA, IASBO Roundtables for DSEs, SLP Supervisors, OT/PT Supervisors, PD Coordinators, CSBOs in Special Ed. Cooperatives

12 Benefits of Hosting LADSE Classrooms All students learn in the Least Restrictive Environment when districts share Easy access to informal consultation or student support from LADSE staff Integration of students with disabilities maximizes student learning for all diverse learners LADSE staff provide mutual benefit to LADSE/district students when working in district classrooms Financial Benefits of Hosting LADSE Classes $10,000 is paid to reimburse for the annual cost of using each classroom (and for related classroom expenses) $1300/Student is paid to off-set the costs associated with integrating students into the school community Classrooms reimbursement is often between $17,000-$20,000 annually and is paid to the district after the year ends Cost-effective programs for all districts

13 CONNECT FOR FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY Financial Restructuring: Lessons Learned Honor core principles in strategic goals Honor common themes in the service needs of all districts, but also develop services that reflect critical and unique needs of individual districts Communicate frequently with multiple stakeholders

14 CONNECT FOR FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY District Assessments with IDEA Offsets Fall Housing 2013 District Students Consolidated Services ECE Admin ECE Evaluations Vocational Services Preliminary Assessment IDEA & IDEA Pre School Applied Local Expense ,313 3,126 12, ,961 34,127 22, , ,773 10,576 41, , ,910 77, ,344 5,777 22, ,261 57,090 48, , ,256 8,266 32, ,636 90,251 60, ,674 3,380 13, ,595 36,640 24, ,112 98,373 7,443 29, ,632 76,053 59, , ,172 10,984 43, , ,271 88, , ,043 9,839 38, , ,422 71, , ,930 21,105-1, , ,265 98, , ,906 16,941 66,694 1, , , , , ,453 9,719 38, , ,106 70, ,637 5,723 22, ,286 62,481 41, ,128 5,382 21, ,068 58,200 39, , , , , , , , , , , ,345 38,237 Total 23,138 2,046, , , ,275 2,710,923 1,741, ,111

15 CONNECT FOR FISCAL TRANSPARENCY Ho Historical Funding Sources

16 CONNECT FOR FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY Expenditure Budget By Object FY 2014 FY 2015

17 CONNECT FOR FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY Expenditures By Service

18 Contact information: Bruce Martin Megan Stoltz Carol Schultz Thank you QUESTIONS

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