Public Reporting

In accordance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA), each state must have in place a State Performance Plan (SPP) to evaluate the state’s efforts to meet the requirements and purpose of the implementation of IDEA. The Office of Special Education (OSEP) requires that states report annually to the public on the performance of each regional program on 8 of the 14 state indicators.

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State Performance Plans

The State Performance Plans also supports the goals of OSEP - a commitment to ensure the opportunity of a quality education and services for every child.

The Early Development Network provides services and supports that are designed based on the needs of children birth to age three and as it relates to the child's disability. These services are designed to act on what families think is important for their child and family. The Network is staffed by friendly, supportive people who listen to and respect families. The Network also can connect families with other families who have had similar experiences.

The goal of the Early Development Network is to provide coordinated services for Nebraska families as conveniently as possible. The program helps families to understand their child's disability and provides assistance in dealing with situations that interfere with the child's development. Families may choose a particular service or all services. Families also may refuse services at any time.


Overview of the Annual Performance Report Development:

Select a Planning Region below to view the corresponding Public Reporting Table:

Evidence-based strategies to improve outcomes for students with disabilities.