SISEP Assessment is a web application for assessing and improving the capacity of state departments of education and school districts to implement evidence-based practices.
SISEP Assessment is a web-based application to assist state departments of education, and local school districts to improve their capacity to implement evidence-based practices. The site allows state and/or district leadership teams to complete surveys and generate reports that both document current status of implementation capacity, and plan for actions that will improve that capacity.
SISEP Assessment is used by state and district school personnel (teams, evaluators, decision-makers) to both assess the capacity of the state or district to implement evidence-based practices, and build the action plans that will lead to improved capacity.
SISEP Assessment allows state or district leadership teams to work with their coach, facilitator or specialist to complete a survey of state capacity elements (State Capacity Assessment: SCA) or district capacity elements (District Capacity Assessment: DCA). Team scores are entered electronically, and reports are generated to view (a) Total Scores, (b) Sub-scale Scores, and (c) Individual Item Scores. These data are used to assess current level, monitor progress across time, and plan actions that will improve capacity to implement evidence-based practices.
SISEP Assessment is available to any state or district working in collaboration with the OSEP Technical Assistance Center: State Implementation and Scaling of Evidence-based Practices. For further information, please contact Michelle Duda at (813) 382-2055.
There is no fee for use of SISEP Assessment.
By using the SISEP Assessment application to enter data into our databases you are giving approval to share all entered data with your local and state coordinators, and in anonymous format, with the OSEP SISEP Technical Assistance Center projects for evaluation and research purposes. All evaluation research projects are in compliance with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act, (343 CFR 99.31 (6)) and human subjects regulations (Protection of Human Subjects 45 CFR 46). It is further understood that this consent may be withdrawn at any time for any reason by the state or district administrator.