What to Know About Federal Funding for Nevada Special Education Tracking Software and Services
With the recent passage of the $2 trillion American Rescue Plan, Nevada’s K-12 schools are poised to receive $965 billion in assistance, far and away the largest of the three COVID-19-related relief acts (CARES Act, CRRSA) that together are bringing almost $1.5 billion in additional funding for education to districts across the state, with additional grants being released by the state itself.
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Nevada Emphasizes Continued, Consistent Progress Monitoring
As detailed in the guidance on COVID19 and students with disabilities released by Nevada’s Department of Education in November 2020: What is the role of data collection, progress monitoring, and reporting for each student with a disability during the implementation of alternative delivery plans?
“It is critical.
This data collection will provide parents and LEAs essential data when in-person instruction at school recommences and will focus the data collection at that time on the student’s performance as compared to the baseline data pre-COVID19 to enable the determination whether there was any regression or lack of expected progress and to ascertain the degree, if any, of the student’s recoupment of lost skills and progress. In addition, progress monitoring that reveals a student’s loss of skills or expected progress toward annual goals during the implementation of the alternative delivery plans may allow a timely amendment of the plan to, at minimum, mitigate any such regression.”
Read the Nevada-Specific Funding Resource.
Federal, State, and Local Funding Approved Special Education Software for Nevada
Approved for use of Title I, Title II, Title IV, IDEA, ESSER, ESSER II, and ARP ESSER federal funding, the Athlos user-friendly app enhances tracking service data and progress monitoring, ensuring compliance.
“This is a stress-free, efficient way to document services, to have peace of mind knowing that you can go in at any time and know that services are being delivered, that IEPs are being followed.” – Director of Special Services Athlos Partner District
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About the Athlos Special Education Software
Designed for use by special education teachers and service providers, the Athlos app solution is eligible for federal, state and local funding sources. By exploring these opportunities, your district or school may identify many different methods of purchasing the Athlos Special Education Service Logs App. Athlos helps make the required work of documenting and reporting services for students as well as progress monitoring simpler, more efficient, and easier to communicate.
Our mobile and web-optimized app helps teachers more efficiently track the services they are providing students and ensures administrators are able to monitor the services provided site or district-wide.