Process to identify students with specific learning disabilities for IDEA services
NCLD is collecting information to better understand the processes that states and districts use to identify students with learning disabilities for IDEA services. If you have any questions about these questions, please reach out to Meghan Whittaker at mwhittaker@ncld.org
In what state do you work?
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What identification methods does your state require or allow to identify students with learning disabilities?
Required
Allowed
IQ - Achievement Discrepancy Model
Response to Intervention
Cognitive Assessments that Show Patterns of Strengths and Weaknesses
Other (please describe below)
Please describe the other model, if applicable.
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Please describe any conditions around the use of any of these models. For example, is RTI only allowed to identify students in certain age spans? Must one of these models be administered in conjunction with another?
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If applicable, what identification methods does your DISTRICT require?
The sole determinent
Must be included
Not included
IQ - Achievement Discrepancy Model
Response to Intervention
Cognitive Assessments that Show Patterns of Strengths and Weaknesses
Other (please specify below)
Please describe the other method, if applicable.
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Are there any particular criteria in the way professionals must implement these models in your district?
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Does your state require specific school professionals (i.e., school psychologist, special education teacher, etc.) to be part of the team that determines if a child is eligible for special education services?
If yes, who must be part of the evaluation team?
If other, please list.
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In your district, who is usually a part of the team that determines if a child is eligible for special education services?
If other, please list.
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Who administers assessments relevant for the evaluation?
If other, please list.
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What methods or tests does your district use to identify twice exceptional students?
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