Learn how DRDP (2015) data goes back to teachers and administrators for program planning, and about the path the data takes for federal reporting.
News and Updates
This guide assists teachers and service providers conduct informed and meaningful DRDP (2015) assessments of children who are deaf or hard of hearing (DHH) by better understanding:
- The communication needs of children who are DHH;
- How an individual child’s hearing loss and communication modes influence the child’s behaviors, interactions, and learning; and
- How to provide an appropriate learning environment that leads to a more accurate assessment of children’s knowledge, behaviors, and skills
The California Department of Education has released a compact preschool view of the DRDP (2015), the DRDP (2015) Preschool Fundamental View, for general education and special education. Beginning fall 2016, the DRDP (2015) Preschool Fundamental View must be used with preschoolers with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs).
The DRDP (2015) Infant/Toddler View Assessment Manual has a revised Introduction and Appendices, but no change to the measures.
Please download the new DRDP (2015) Preschool Fundamental View Rating Record for use with preschool-age children with IEPs and the DRDP (2015) Special Education Information Page and discard the previous versions.
The California Department of Education has created a shorter preschool view of the DRDP (2015) entitled the Preschool Fundamental View. It contains the five domains required for preschool-age children with IEPs plus the English Language Development (ELD) domain. All preschool-age children with IEPs will be assessed with the Preschool Fundamental View beginning in the fall of 2016.