OSEP releases two new infographics looking at race, ethnicity and the IDEA

Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services Office of Special Education Programs. Percentage of American Indian or Alaska Native Children With Disabilities by State, Ages 6 to 21, Served Under IDEA, Part B, in the United States (US): School Year (SY) 2018-19. Shows map of the U.S. In school year 2018-19, 1.35% of school aged children with disabilities in the United States were American Indian or Alaska Native. Source: U.S. Department of Education, EDFacts Data Warehouse (EDW): “IDEA Part B Child Count and Educational Environments Collection,” 2018-19. http://go.usa.gov/xdp4T. Data for Wisconsin was suppressed due to questionable data quality. Data for Washington, DC was suppressed due to small cell size.

WASHINGTON (Aug. 27, 2020) – The Office of Special Education Programs released two new OSEP Fast Facts infographics looking at data related to Black or African American Students With Disabilities and American Indian and Alaska Native Children With Disabilities.

The infographics use data collections authorized under Section 618 of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act to visualize information.

OSEP Fast Facts is an ongoing effort to display data from the 12 data collections authorized under IDEA Section 618 into graphic, visual representations with the intent to present 618 data quickly and clearly.

Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services Office of Special Education Programs. OSEP Fast Facts: Black or African American Children With Disabilities. Percentage of Black or African American Students with Disabilities by State, Ages 6 to 21, Served Under IDEA, Part B, in the United States (US): School Year (SY) 2018-19 and State Population Estimates of Black or African American, Ages 6to 21 in the United States: 2018. Shows map of the U.S. In 2018, Black or African American children comprised 13.8% of the population of ages 6-21. In school year 2018-19, 17.89% of school aged children with disabilities in the United States were Black or African American. Source: U.S. Department of Education, EDFacts Data Warehouse (EDW): “IDEA Part B Child Count and Educational Environments Collection,” 2018-19. http://go.usa.gov/xdp4T. Data for Wisconsin was suppressed due to questionable data quality. U.S. Bureau of the Census. "2018 State Population Estimates by Age, Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin". Data accessed July 2019 from http://www.census.gov/popest

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OSEP releases infographic on infants and toddlers with disabilities

Header: OSEP Office of Special Education Programs. Title: OSEP Fast Facts: Infants and Toddlers With Disabilities. Body: Percent of percent of the population, ages birth through 2, served under IDEA, Part C in the United States: 2018-19. Image shows U.S. map. Separate text box reads: The percent of the population, receiving early intervention services under IDEA, Part C, for the United States and Outlying Areas is 3.48%. Source: U.S. Department of Education, EDFacts Metadata and Process System (EMAPS): "IDEA Part C Child Count and Settings," 2018-19. https://go.usa.gov/xd6j9. These data are a snapshot count collected by states in the fall of the identified year. U.S. Bureau of the Census. "2018 State Population Estimates by Age, Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin". Data accessed July 2019 from http://www.census.gov/popest

 

WASHINGTON (June 25, 2020) – The Office of Special Education Programs released an OSEP Fast Facts infographic to provide a summary of infants and toddlers with disabilities.

The infographic looks at infants and toddlers with disabilities served under Part C of Individuals with Disabilities Education Act from 2018 – 2019.

Data collection authorized under IDEA Section 618 showed 3.48% of infants and toddlers in the U.S. and outlying areas receive early intervention services under IDEA Part C.

Part C of the IDEA addresses provisions related to formula grants that assist states in providing early intervention services for infants and toddlers birth through age two and their families. Part C regulations implement the early intervention program for infants and toddlers with disabilities.

OSEP Fast Facts is an ongoing effort to display data from the 12 data collections authorized under IDEA Section 618 into graphic, visual representations with the intent to present 618 data quickly and clearly.

Visit the OSEP Fast Facts page for existing and future Fast Facts.

Last modified on October 6, 2020

OSEP Releases Infographic on Students With Emotional Disturbance

By the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services

Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services’ Office of Special Education Programs. OSEP Fast Facts: Children Identified With Emotional Disturbance. Percentage of Students with Disabilities Identified with Emotional Disturbance, Ages 6 to 21, Served Under IDEA, Part B, in the United States: School Year 2018-19. Map of United States. In SY 2018-19, the percentage of students with disabilities identified with emotional disturbance is 5.45%. States report a range from 1.65% to 17.36% of students with disabilities identified with Emotional Disturbance. Source: U.S. Department of Education, EDFacts Data Warehouse (EDW): “IDEA Part B Child Count and Educational Environments Collection,” 2018-19. https://go.usa.gov/xdp4T. Data for Wisconsin suppressed due to questionable data quality. Iowa does not use the specific disability categories when classifying a student as eligible for special education

WASHINGTON (May 6, 2020) — The Office of Special Education Programs released an OSEP Fast Facts infographic that provides an overview of children identified with emotional disturbance.

Data collected under Section 618 of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) showed that 5.45% of student with disabilities in school year 2018-19 were identified with emotional disturbance.

The OSEP Fast Facts on children identified with emotional disturbance visually displays Section 618 Data to help users compare information about children identified with emotional disturbance versus all disability categories.

OSEP Fast Facts is an ongoing effort to display data from the 12 data collections authorized under IDEA Section 618 into graphic, visual representations with the intent to present 618 data quickly and clearly.

Visit the OSEP Fast Facts page for existing and future Fast Facts.

Last modified on October 6, 2020

OSEP Releases Infographic on Students with Autism

By the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services

Office of Special Education Programs. OSEP Fast Facts: Children Identified with Autism. Map of U.S. showing percentage of students with disabilities ages 6 to 21 served under IDEA Part B and identified with autism in School Year 2018-19. In SY18-19, the percent of students with disabilities IDed with autism equals 11%. States reported a range from 1 to 15 % of student with disabilities IDed with autism. Source: U.S. Department of Education, EDFacts Data Warehouse (EDW): “IDEA Part B Child Count and Education Environments Collection,” 2018-19. Download: https://go.usa.gov/xdp4T

WASHINGTON, D.C. (March 6, 2020) – The Office of Special Education Programs in the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services announced the release of an infographic on students with autism.

The infographic displays data collected as part the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act’s Section 618 requirement for states to submit data about infants, toddlers, children and youth with disabilities birth through age 21.

The autism infographic launched an OSEP data collection initiative called OSEP Fast Facts.

“OSEP Fast Facts enable us to share and promote 618 Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) data in a new and interactive way,” wrote OSEP in a blog post. “Our first OSEP Fast Facts presents 618 data on students identified with autism.”

Last modified on October 6, 2020