SUMMARY OF PERFORMANCE  
 
Authorities: 34 C.F.R. Part 300; 19 T.A.C. Chapter 89
 
 
 
FEDERAL AND STATE REQUIREMENTS CITATIONS
P A summary of performance generally refers to a summary of the child's academic achievement and functional performance, which will include recommendations on how to assist the child with a disability in meeting the child's postsecondary goals. 300.305(e)(3)

P A summary of performance is required for the child whose eligibility terminates due to: 300.305(e)(2)
300.305(e)(3)

P
  • GRADUATION with a regular high school diploma; or
300.305(e)(3)
89.1070(h)

P
  • Exceeding the age eligibility for a free appropriate public education.
300.305(e)(2)
300.305(e)(3)

CONSIDERATIONS


P The summary of performance must consider, as appropriate: 89.1070(h)

D
  • The views of the parent;
89.1070(h)

D
  • The views of the child; and
89.1070(h)

D
  • Written recommendations from adult service agencies on how to assist the child in meeting postsecondary goals.
89.1070(h)

EVALUATION AS PART OF SUMMARY OF PERFORMANCE


P An evaluation must be included as part of the summary of performance for children graduating based on:  89.1070(h)

D
  • Completion of the credit requirements for graduation under the Foundation High School Program or the Minimum High School Program through courses, one or more of which contain modified curriculum; 
89.1070(h)
89.1070(b)(2)(A)
89.1070(b)(2)(B)
89.1070(b)(2)(C)
89.1070(g)(4)(A)
89.1070(g)(4)(B)
89.1070(g)(4)(C)

D
  • Satisfactory performance on required state assessments, unless the admission, review, and dismissal committee has determined that satisfactory performance on the assessments is not necessary for graduation; and
89.1070(h)
89.1070(b)(2)(A)
89.1070(b)(2)(B)
89.1070(b)(2)(C)
89.1070(g)(4)(A)
89.1070(g)(4)(B)
89.1070(g)(4)(C)

D
  • Completion of the individualized education program as well as compliance with the GRADUATION framework.
89.1070(h)
89.1070(b)(2)(A)
89.1070(b)(2)(B)
89.1070(b)(2)(C)
89.1070(g)(4)(A)
89.1070(g)(4)(B)
89.1070(g)(4)(C)

 
 
Last Updated: Wednesday, April 19, 2017