Why is fiscal monitoring under IDEA so important? Fiscal monitoring is a major part of general supervision, and state lead agencies should have written procedures for identifying instances of and correcting for noncompliance.
Each Part C Lead Agency is responsible for the general administration and supervision of its early intervention system.
This guide helps lead agency staff, policymakers, and stakeholders understand the necessary regulatory requirements related to the state’s management of IDEA Part C funds.
This glossary contains terms relevant to finance for IDEA Part C and Part B, Section 619 programs. The terms include reference to IDEA and other related federal fiscal requirements as well as those specific to billing public and private insurance for IDEA services. Finance Glossary
Conference: OSEP Project Directors Date: August 2016 Presenters: Dave Phillips, Bill Huennekens, Donna Spiker, & Tom Fiore This 2016 presentation provides examples from four TA centers of how high-quality IDEA data can contribute to systemic changes that strengthen data infrastructures in states, which enable the improvement of services and supports for students with disabilities. Presentation: […]