Special Services

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Special Education Report Card 2013-14

 

The Oregon Department of Education recently released district reports of special education student performance and outcomes.  A summary of Bethel’s results:

  • The percentage of students in special education who graduate with a regular diploma in four years has increased from 34% to 40%; the percentage of students who graduated with a regular diploma in five years remained stable at 42%.  The data reflect that the percentage of Bethel students in special education obtaining a regular diploma is increasing.
  • The data show that Bethel more often serves students in in-district specialized placements, rather than referring high need students to out-of-district placements.
  • Bethel continues to have State Assessment participation rates well above the State average rates.
  • Bethel proudly continues a trend of not having disproportionate representation of racial and ethnic groups in special education.
  • Bethel also continues a trend of not having disproportionate representation of racial and ethnic groups in specific disability categories.
  • Bethel’s report further reflects that students in special education are not disciplined at a higher rate than students in general education.

Bethel’s Special Education staff is committed to providing every student with opportunities to learn and be successful.  They continuously strive to grow professionally and take pride in imparting their knowledge and expertise on ensuring student growth.

 

2012-13 State Special Education Report

2012/2013 State Special Education Report

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The Oregon Department of Education recently released district reports of special education student performance and outcomes.  A summary of Bethel’s results:

  • Bethel continues an upward trend of percentage of students in special education who, once they finish high school, enroll in higher education or other post-secondary education or training programs, or are competitively employed.  In fact, Bethel’s percentage of 88% far exceeds the State average of 69%.
  • While the percentage of students in special education who graduate with a regular diploma in four years remained stable at roughly 34%, the percentage of students who graduated with a regular diploma in five years increased slightly from 40% to 42%.  This means that the percentage of Bethel students in special education obtaining a regular diploma is slowly increasing.
  • The percentage of special education students served in more restrictive placements remained roughly the same.
  • Bethel continues to have State Assessment participation rates well above the State average rates.
  • Bethel proudly continues a trend of not having disproportionate representation of racial and ethnic groups in special education.
  • Bethel also continues a trend of not having disproportionate representation of racial and ethnic groups in specific disability categories.
  • Bethel’s report further reflects that it is not disciplining students in special education at a higher rate than students in general education.

Bethel’s Special Education staff is committed to providing every student with opportunities to learn and be successful.  They continuously strive to grow professionally and take pride in imparting their knowledge and expertise on ensuring student growth.

Informe sobre la Educación Especial Estatal 2012/2013

Recientemente, el Departamento de Educación de Oregon divulgó los informes del distrito sobre el desempeño y los resultados de los estudiantes de educación especial.  A continuación, brindamos un resumen de los resultados de Bethel:

  • Bethel mantiene una tendencia ascendente en el porcentaje de estudiantes de educación especial quienes, una vez que terminan la escuela secundaria, se inscriben en educación superior u otra educación post-secundaria o programas de capacitación, o son empleados de manera competente. De hecho, el porcentaje del 88% de Bethel excede ampliamente el promedio estatal del 69%.
  • Mientras que el porcentaje de los estudiantes en educación especial que se gradúan con un diploma regular en cuatro años, se mantuvo estable en apenas el 34%, el porcentaje de estudiantes que se graduaron con un diploma regular en cinco años apenas aumentó de 40% a 42%.  Esto significa que el porcentaje de estudiantes en educación especial que obtiene un diploma regular está aumentando lentamente.
  • El porcentaje de estudiantes en educación especial brindado en colocaciones más restrictivas se mantuvo apenas igual.
  • Bethel sigue teniendo tasas de participación de Evaluación Estatal superiores a las tasas promedio del Estado.
  • Bethel sigue orgullosamente la tendencia de no tener una representación desproporcionada de grupos raciales y étnicos en educación especial.
  • Bethel sigue orgullosamente la tendencia de no tener una representación desproporcionada de grupos raciales y étnicos en categorías específicas de incapacidad.
  • Además, el informe de Bethel refleja que no disciplina a los estudiantes en educación especial a una tasa más alta que los estudiantes en educación general.

El personal de Educación Especial de Bethel está comprometido a proporcionar las oportunidades de aprender y de ser exitosos a todos los estudiantes. Se esfuerza permanentemente para crecer profesionalmente y se siente orgulloso de impartir su conocimiento y experiencia en el afianzamiento del crecimiento de los estudiantes.

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Georgeann Harty
 

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