The West Virginia Results-Driven Priorities (WV-RDP) was developed to improve results for all students, including students with disabilities. RDP emphasizes child outcomes such as performance on assessments, graduation rates, and early childhood outcomes. Districts are required to use data to identify gaps in student performance, analyze district systems and then implement targeted, evidence-based reforms to address the gaps. It is critical for the State and districts to develop an improvement plan in a manner that is aligned with the State’s and district’s existing improvement initiatives and reform efforts which are focused on supporting College- and Career- Readiness.