State Performance Plan

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires State Departments of Education to develop a Special Education State Performance Plan (SPP).

The SPP includes 20 indicators for Part B (special education) and 14 indicators for Part C (Early On®). The U.S. Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) provides oversight.

The data provides districts and communities an opportunity to see what is working well in special education for children and students and to identify what aspects are in need of improvement.

The State Performance Plan is one of many school accountability measures, including:

  • District and School Accountability resources relating to district and school accountability of Michigan Department of Education’s District and School Accountability initiatives.
  • MI School Data   the Web presence to access and review Michigan education data.
  • Center for Educational Performance and Information collects and reports data about Michigan’s K-12 public schools.
  • Top to Bottom Rankings is part of Michigan’s school accountability system which ranks schools on their student performance in mathematics, reading, writing, science and social studies and graduation rate data (for high schools).
  • Continuous Monitoring and Improvement System (CIMS)  The system used by the state to promote positive outcomes and ensure compliance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and the Michigan Administrative Rules for Special Education.
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