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Louisiana's State Performance Plan (2005-2013)

Louisiana’s 2005-2013 State Performance Plan (SPP) addresses reporting requirements under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004. The SPP, which was developed with broad stakeholder input, sets annual targets for improvement in 20 indicator areas that have been determined to directly influence successful student outcomes. Further, the plan describes activities to achieve targets, with annual reporting of the state’s progress beginning in February 2007.


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SPP Information

​In accordance with 20 U.S.C. 1416(2)(C)(ii) each state shall report annually to the public on the performance of each of its local educational agencies according to the targets in its SPP. The state also shall report annually to the Secretary on its performance according to its SPP targets. This report is called the Part B Annual Performance Report (APR). The Office of Special Education Programs' responses to the states' SPP and APRs will be posted on this page as letters are issued.
​To see how Louisiana measures against the state-determined performance guidelines, click here.

 Past Reports

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​The WRRC IDEA Part C and Part B Trees of Influence are approximations of how state agencies might envision their early intervention and/or educational systems based on the OSEP State Performance Plan/Annual Performance Report indicators.  This perspective encourages states to view the SPP/APR as a potential blueprint for improvement where indicators are not approached in isolation from one other.