Category Archives: State Reported Data on Children Served in Part C

Part C & 619 Data Displays

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The U.S. Department of Education houses user-friendly displays of each SPP/APR on the GRADS360 website. These data displays include historical data, targets, and annual data for several fiscal years for all required Part C and 619 indicators. Part C indicators 5 (child find birth to one) and 6 (child find birth to three) also include […]

Annual Report to Congress on the Implementation of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) submits an annual report to Congress on the implementation of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). The Annual Report to Congress focuses on children and students with disabilities who received services specific to IDEA Part C for infants and toddlers or IDEA Part […]

States’ and Territories’ Definitions of/Criteria for IDEA Part C Eligibility

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This table summarizes states’ and territories’ definitions of/criteria for IDEA Part C eligibility. It includes states’ web links to the definitions/criteria, level of developmental delay required for eligibility, and whether the state serves children who are at-risk. This resource can be used for national comparative analysis and to help states understand the state-to-state differences in […]

Part C SPP/APR Indicator Analyses

The Part C Indicator Analyses on State submitted SPP/APRs by FFY provides a national picture of the implementation of Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA). Birth to one and birth to three percentages of children served based on national population data is presented in the analyses of Indicator 5 (Child Count Birth […]

ITCA Child Count Data Charts

ITCA categorizes state eligibility criteria into three groups based on the breadth of the criteria. For a given year, these ITCA Child Count Data Charts provide the percentages of children age birth to 1 and birth to 3 who are receiving Part C services in each state by the three groups and by lead agency […]