Child Count Data for 2010

   
INTRODUCTION
   
 

The Child Count data collection reflects the status of children with disabilities eligible for services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 (IDEA) on December 1 of each year. The data are collected at the supervisory union level according to state and federal statute and regulations. The collection includes demographic information as well as information regarding placement (educational environment), educational location (facility), and compliance indicators (Individual Education Plans (IEPs) and evaluations completed on time).

The overview below lists the count and percentage of ADM (average daily membership)  of children with disabilities by SU. The data are also reported by disability, placement, gender, and grade group.

   
SPECIAL EDUCATION CHILD COUNT DATA REPORT FOR 2010: OVERVIEW
   
  The table below lists the count and percentage of ADM (average daily membership) of children with disabilities by SU. Students reported as exited are excluded. NOTE: The information below is also available for download.
   
SU   SU/SD Name
Active IEP Students
Eligible
Students
ADM
Percent IEP

SU001

Addison Northeast S.U.

225

226

1669.98

13.47%

SU002

Addison Northwest S.U.

178

178

1176.52

15.13%

SU003

Addison Central S.U.

223

224

1821.36

12.24%

SU004

Addison Rutland S.U.

232

235

1448.24

16.02%

SU005

Southwest Vermont S.U.

614

615

3182.29

19.29%

SU006

Bennington - Rutland S.U.

280

280

1669.41

16.77%

SU007

Colchester S.D.

272

272

2124.58

12.80%

SU008

Caledonia North S.U.

262

262

1495.06

17.52%

SU009

Caledonia Central S.U.

115

115

934.53

12.31%

SU010

Milton S.D.

280

280

1721.37

16.27%

SU011

St Johnsbury S D

188

188

1057

17.79%

SU012

Chittenden East S.U.

368

368

2792.24

13.18%

SU013

Chittenden Central S.U.

298

298

2501.86

11.91%

SU014

Chittenden South S.U.

518

526

4316.82

12.00%

SU015

Burlington S.D.

495

495

3912.42

12.65%

SU016

South Burlington S.D.

249

250

2434.84

10.23%

SU017

Winooski S.D.

144

144

848.94

16.96%

SU018

Essex - Caledonia SU

90

91

779.38

11.55%

SU019

Essex North S.U.

31

31

237.7

13.04%

SU020

Franklin Northeast S.U.

265

265

1670.99

15.86%

SU021

Franklin Northwest S.U.

413

413

2396.77

17.23%

SU022

Franklin West S.U.

271

271

1936.69

13.99%

SU023

Franklin Central S.U.

484

484

2541.3

19.05%

SU024

Grand Isle S.U.

160

160

1001.86

15.97%

SU025

Lamoille North S.U.

329

332

1870.17

17.59%

SU026

Lamoille South S.U.

203

203

1579.73

12.85%

SU027

Orange East S.U.

226

226

1449.13

15.60%

SU028

Orange Southwest S.U.

171

171

953.05

17.94%

SU029

Orange North S.U.

138

139

791.32

17.44%

SU030

Orange - Windsor S.U.

191

191

1037.6

18.41%

SU031

North Country S.U.

609

620

2747.98

22.16%

SU032

Washington Central S.U.

185

185

1569.194

11.79%

SU033

Rutland South S.U.

124

124

801.26

15.48%

SU034

Orleans Central S.U.

178

178

1119.89

15.89%

SU035

Orleans Southwest S.U.

169

169

1210.42

13.96%

SU036

Rutland Northeast S.U.

287

287

1684.23

17.04%

SU037

Rutland Central S.U.

144

144

1179.96

12.20%

SU038

Rutland Southwest S.U.

129

129

798.93

16.15%

SU039

Rutland Windsor S.U.

83

83

470.216

17.65%

SU040

Rutland City S.D.

364

370

2160.54

16.85%

SU041

Washington Northeast S.U.

71

71

636.17

11.16%

SU042

Washington West S.U.

273

274

2024.72

13.48%

SU043

Washington South S.U.

117

117

713.06

16.41%

SU045

Montpelier S.D.

137

137

984.34

13.92%

SU046

Windham Central S.U.

183

183

1204.45

15.19%

SU047

Windham Northeast S.U.

272

281

1359.55

20.01%

SU048

Windham Southeast S.U.

573

576

2724.47

21.03%

SU049

Windham Southwest S.U.

141

141

777.3

18.14%

SU050

Windsor Northwest S.U.

89

89

602.68

14.77%

SU051

Windsor Central S.U.

131

131

913.28

14.34%

SU052

Windsor Southeast S.U.

182

182

1385.9

13.13%

SU053

Windsor Southwest S.U.

174

175

1156.03

15.05%

SU054

Hartford S.D.

294

294

1500.91

19.59%

SU055

Norwich Dresden S.D.

42

42

638.6

6.58%

SU056

Springfield S.D.

246

246

1356.01

18.14%

SU057

Blue Mountain S.D

72

72

417.21

17.26%

SU059

Essex Town S D (*)

147

147

1226.81

11.98%

SU060

Battenkill Valley S.U.

56

56

342.47

16.35%

SU061

Barre SD

419

419

2459.96

17.03%

SU099

Corrections

51

51

N/A

N/A

U146

Rivendell (**)

59

59

294.12

20.06%

VT   State Totals

13,914

13,965

89,813.81

15.43%

             
   
(*) Adjusted ADM. 619.19 high school students moved from
Essex Town (SD) to Chittenden Central (SU)
(**) Excludes 23 New Hampshire students reported through Vermont
 

The information in the table above is available for download in the following categories:

   
ADDITIONAL SPECIAL EDUCATION CHILD COUNT DATA REPORTS FOR 2010
   
 

Counts and percentages are reported by disability, educational environment, gender, and grade group in the tables below. Counts that are less than 11 have been suppressed in order to prevent the identification of individual students. Suppressed data are represented by “***” in these tables. Grades have been grouped together to avoid suppressing data as much as possible.

   
FOR QUESTIONS OR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION . . .
   
  For questions or additional information about the data on this page, contact Lucinda Morabito at (802) 479-1208 or lucinda.morabito@state.vt.us.
   
   

   
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Page Last Updated on March 21, 2014