Every state is required to submit a new State Performance Plan (SPP) to the OSEP at least every six years.  Next year’s FFY 2020 SPP/APR submission (due February 2022) begins a new six-year SPP cycle for federal fiscal years (FFY) 2020-2025.  For the FFY 2020-2025 SPP/APR, the Office of Special Education and Early Learning (OSEEL) is soliciting broad stakeholder input on setting the new state targets. This is an opportunity for the OSEEL to receive input and feedback from parents, school administrators, educators, advocacy organizations, community members and other stakeholders on improving educational outcomes for students with disabilities. 

In the coming weeks, the webpage linked here will be updated with a series of forms that cover each of the 17 indicators in greater detail, including historical data trends and proposed data targets for the FFY 2020-2025 SPP/APR.  KDE encourage you to review and provide feedback through the form links below.  

· Indicator 1 – Graduation

· Indicator 2 – Drop Out

· Indicator 12 – Early Childhood Transition

· Indicator 15 – Resolution Session

· Indicator 16 – Mediation