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Beverly Beran

• Differentiated Monitoring and Support (DMS)
• SPED Grants/Compliance/Budgeting
• Special Education Rules, Regulations, and Guidance (ESSA)
• Folder/Program Review
• Parent Resolution and Parent Contact
• Nonpublic and Off-Campus Program/Placement/Grant
• State Performance Plan (SPP) Compliance/Clarification Period 
• Results Driven Accountability (RDA)
• Excess Costs
• Proportionate Share
• Summary of Finances
• IDEA-B LEA Maintenance of Effort (MOE)
• Coordinated Early Intervening Services (CEIS)/Funds
• School Health and Related Services (SHARS)
• Substitute System of Time and Effort Reporting
• Texas Woman's University - Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology Certification Program
• Disproportionate Representation/Significant Disproportionality (SD)
• Comprehensive Coordinated Early Intervening Services (CCEIS)/Funds
Beverly Beran's journey in the field of education has been marked by a deep-rooted passion for teaching and supporting students with diverse needs. As a military wife, her career has taken her to various locations within the United States and Department of Defense schools in Guam, granting her a unique opportunity to work with students from different backgrounds and collaborate with educators of diverse experiences. In her current role, Beverly brings her wealth of experience and expertise to guide and oversee the development and implementation of special education programs. Collaboration and teamwork are at the core of Beverly's approach, as she believes in fostering positive relationships with colleagues at all levels to achieve common goals. One of Beverly's primary responsibilities is to provide valuable support to Local Education Agencies (LEAs) in the areas of funding, grants, and Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Part B LEA maintenance of effort. She recognizes the critical role that funding plays in delivering high-quality special education services and actively engages with LEAs to navigate the complex landscape of financial resources. Beverly's expertise ensures LEAs can identify funding opportunities and comply with funding regulations, maximizing the available resources for the benefit of students with special needs. Beverly's commitment to inclusive education goes hand in hand with her deep understanding of federal and state laws pertaining to special education. This knowledge is essential for ensuring compliance and promoting equitable access to education for students with special needs. She takes a proactive approach in facilitating parent resolution and emphasizes a child-centered focus to find mutually agreeable solutions between parents and schools. Beverly Beran's dedication to inclusive education, leadership, and expertise in special education make her an invaluable asset in the field. Through her work at the Region 7 Education Service Center, she continues to make a lasting impact on the lives of students with disabilities and strives to create a more inclusive and equitable educational environment for all.