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What is the purpose of a Review of Existing Evaluation Data (REED) meeting?
To review existing evaluation data and present levels of functional performance
To determine whether the student needs additional testing
To determine if a student continues to have a disability
All of the above
Who is invited to the REED meeting?
The CCF, and assessment staff only
The special education and general education teachers only
The campus administrator and parents only
All members of the ARD Committee
How often does a REED occur?
Not more than once a year, but at least every 3 years.
Every 3 years
Every 2 years
Is the campus required to provide information for the REED? If so, what is it according to the district's procedures?
Yes- PLAAFPS, grades, and test scores only
Yes- PLAAFPS, grades, health information, and classroom observation only
Yes- PLAAFPS, grades, attendance, discipline data, sociological information, classroom observation, health information, and testing results
What is assessment using to collect REED information this school year?
I don't know.
When does my information have to be completed in the Google Forms?
2 days prior to the REED
2 weeks prior to the REED
2 minutes prior to the REED
2 months prior to the REED
Who will send out the links to be completed?
The campus administrator
After submitting your information in the form, what happens?
I have to let the assessment staff assigned to campus know.
I have to send an email to the case manager and CCF.
An automatic email is sent to the CCF and assessment staff. Gen. Ed. needs to send a copy of his/her responses to the case manager.
I have to send my responses to the case manager.
Is there a place that I can look at to see the directions?
Yes- the detailed directions can be found in the special programs REED A to Z.
How does my information help in the REED process?
Your information provides support to whether or not additional testing is needed.
Your information provides the present levels of academic and functional performance.
Your information is used in determining if the student's supports and services are working or need adjustment.
All of the above.