Committed to the Possibilities in Every Child
Strategic Initiative I: Programs and Services
NSSED will establish and maintain the standard of excellence for the delivery of programming and services for students with disabilities based on current, state-of-the-art research and practice related to curriculum and instruction. The standard of excellence will be established by using a process of research, implementation, and train-and-coach.
Strategic Initiative II: Cooperative Relationships
NSSED will establish and maintain the standard of excellence using school, family and community partnerships to ensure that the student outcomes are realized in educational and non-educational settings currently and in the future. The standard of excellence will be set by using a process of research, implementation, and train-and-coach.
The Northern Suburban Special Education District (NSSED) is a special education cooperative that provides programs, services and coaching and consultation to our 18 member districts.
NSSED ENROLLMENT (2013-2014)
38,259 General Education students within our 18 member district
6,100 Students Receive Special Education (15.9%)
5,208 Students Enrolled in District Based Programs (13.6%)
925 Students within our member districts receive Support Services (2.4%)
488 Students Enrolled in NSSED Instructional Programs (1.4%)
- 203 students are enrolled in our Educational and Life Skills (ELS) Program housed in 25 classrooms within our member district general education buildings
- 165 member and 56 non-member students of North Shore Academy (NSA) are served at two locations, North Shore Academy Elementary on Revere Drive in Northbrook, and North Shore Academy Middle and High School on the NSSED campus in Highland Park.
- 120 students are enrolled in our Early Childhood Program (ECP) Program housed in 9 classrooms within our member district general education buildings
NSSED EXPENDITURES AND REVENUE