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State Performance Plan Indicator 7

Early Childhood Outcomes (SPP 7)

What is SPP 7?
SPP 7 measures the effectiveness of an Early Childhood program to address skills of 3-5 year olds in 3 areas:
  •  Acquisition of Academic Knowledge
  • Social-Emotional Skills
  • Self Independence Skills
The data is measured in terms of the percent of preschool children with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) who demonstrate improvement in each outcome. This is not a compliance indicator and therefore data is collected and reported only. The state sets targets for schools to meet with progress percentages, but a student's ability to leave an early childhood program demonstrating a skill set on age level expectations at each outcome depends on more than just the quality of the program. A student's individual disability may prevent them from exiting a program presenting age level expectations in all areas.
Early Childhood Practitioner Training on SPP 7
The Center for IDA Early Childhood Data Systems and Region 4 ESC have teamed up to provide online learning modules for SPP 7.  Click here to access the modules.   You must create an account with Region 4's online system to view the modules and receive a certificate. 

Region 14 offers Face-to-Face trainings as requested by districts or co-ops.  Contact Trudy Little at 325-675-8614 or tlittle@esc14.net to schedule a training.  

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