Intervening Services (CEIS) Step by Step
State Educational Agency
Report comprehensive or voluntary CEIS funding and child data to OSEP.
For each LEA, SEAs are required, as part of the MOE reduction and CEIS data submission to OSEP, to report the amount of IDEA funds reserved for CEIS, the number of children provided CEIS supported by those funds, and the number of children provided those services who subsequently received special education services under Part B. As a result of the 2016 final regulations on significant disproportionality, new reporting requirements and guidance from the U.S. Department of Education are being considered.
TA centers that help with reporting the MOE reduction and CEIS data submission to OSEP
U.S. Department of Education Funded TA Centers
- Center for IDEA Fiscal Reporting (CIFR)
CIFR provides technical assistance to states to help staff better understand IDEA fiscal requirements and to build state capacity to calculate, collect, and report accurate special education fiscal data, including those for CEIS.
- IDEA Data Center (IDC)
IDC provides technical assistance to SEAs to help them address challenges encountered in collecting and reporting IDEA fiscal data, including MOE and CEIS data, as part of its mission of building state capacity to collect, report, analyze, and use high-quality IDEA data.
Resources to assist with reporting the MOE reduction and CEIS data submission to OSEP
U.S. Department of Education Resources
- EMAPS IDEA Part B Maintenance of Effort (MOE) Reduction and Coordinated Early Intervening Services (CEIS) User Guide
- Model State Timeline
U.S. Department of Education Funded TA Center Resources
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