Resources for Special Education Administrators & Teachers
Understand current performance, identify appropriate goals, gain insights into effective supports and accommodations and justify movement in the LRE.
Learn how IEP goal tracking can help special education leaders take a proactive approach to student achievement.
Special education leaders have significant responsibility when it comes to ensuring students are receiving the services they’re entitled to. With Brolly, a few minutes a week can give you a pulse on services provided across your district.
Data collection is critical in Special Education, but with so many different methods it’s difficult to select the right one for your district. Here is a comparison of three common data collection methods.
After experiencing explosive growth in the last two years, the software is being spun off and rebranded to better align with the focused vision – To build a company dedicated to helping special education departments be successful.
When students are invested in their services and understand their needs, their outcomes are greater. Student-centered IEP meetings can be held at any developmental level- even if the student isn’t attending the meeting.
Over the last five years, the number of due process complaints regarding IEP compliance has increased. However, demonstrating mastery of goals and completion of service minutes can be difficult without the proper tool.
Districts with an established practice of logging services systematically are more equipped to easily share data demonstrating what services were provided, when they were provided and by whom they were provided.
District leaders spend considerable time making difficult decisions within the context of IEP meetings. See how setting a standard for data-based IEP meetings can help.