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Consolidated Data Collection (CDC) Collections for Public Districts Now in Audit

Consolidated Data Collection (CDC) collections for Public Districts now in Audit
AUDIT OPEN:  June 16 – AUDIT CLOSE DATE:  June 30

If you have already Submitted and Approved your CDC collections for the 2020-2021 school year, thank you. If you have not, this serves as a reminder these collections were due Jun 15 and are now in Audit.

Annual Participation Report
This is a collection of Title I programs and the related data required to submit for them.
For more information, contact Beth Wooster at beth.wooster@nebraska.gov

ESU/District/System/School Information Report
This report is used to collect general information relating to a District, including name, address, website, phone and any changes in District status, including school closure.
For more information, contact Ginny Carter at ginny.carter@nebraska.gov

Nebraska Education Profile (NEP) Information
This collection is used to obtain district information, graduation requirement information, and NAI grade levels for Nebraska public school districts.
For more information, contact the NDE Helpdesk at ADVISERHelp@nebraskacloud.org

Pupil Transportation Report
This report exists to collect transportation and bus information from all Public, State, Nonpublic and ESU entities.
For more information, contact Janice Eret at janice.eret@nebraska.gov

Substitute Teachers
Collects all substitute teachers by name, their NDE Staff ID, and the number of days taught. See Rule 21 for details: 92 NAC 21-005.23 & 92 NAC 21-005.24. This collection has been open since August 2020.
For more information, contact the NDE Helpdesk at ADVISERHelp@nebraskacloud.org

Days in Session/Instructional Program Hours
This collection consists of 2 different reports: Days in Session and Instructional Program Hours.
Days in Session is the actual number of days school is open with teachers and students, not what was originally planned. For public districts, this information is collected through ADVISER. As such, public districts do not need to complete this portion of this CDC collection.
Instructional Program Hours are the…Read More › – Consolidated Data Collection (CDC) Collections for Public Districts Now in Audit

IMPORTANT – Special Education Reporting System (SPEDFRS) & NSSRS Staffing Information – Current School Year

OPENS
05/12/2021
CLOSES
06/30/2021

Public School Districts and ESUs

REMINDER:  NSSRS Staffing Information deadline to make changes is June 30.  It is extremely important that Special Education Staffing Information be accurate for SPEDFRS reporting and reimbursement.

2019-2020 SPEDFRS is available to see the NDE staffing adjustments resulting from inappropriate NSSRS SPI Code.  Corrections to NSSRS for the current 2020-2021 year may be needed to ensure reimbursement for 2020-2021.

Below are the SPED (SPI) Indicators that must be used to be considered for reimbursement. Instructional Staff without the appropriate indicators will not save or upload into SPEDFRS for 2020-2021. 

SPED “SPI Code” and “Position Assignment” – Required for Professional Staff – must be correctly coded in Staff Reporting to be eligible for reimbursement.  Deadline to submit Staff Reporting Data for the current school year is June 15, audit window – June 30.

  • “S” SPED School Age -State/Local Funds – (Report in SPEDFRS only)
  • “I” SPED School Age Federal-IDEA, (Report in IDEA and SPEDFRS)
  • “7” SPED Early Childhood Federal-IDEA/State/Local (Report in IDEA and SPEDFRS)

 “Position assignments” for Supervision of Special Education should be coded as:

  • 1110 Program Supervision, using the above SPI Codes
  • 2323 Special Education Administrator/Director, using the above SPI Codes
  • 2325 Supervisor/Director, using the above SPI Codes
  • 2327 Coordinator, using the above SPI Codes
  • 2329 Assistant Administrator, using the above SPI Codes

These codes will be applied to the 8% for Supervision costs and allows for clerical reimbursement costs. 

If a SPED staff is split coded in Staff Reporting, separate entries are required in SPEDFRS with the appropriate SPED SPI Codes mentioned above.  Cannot be a “0” General Education (see exception below). 

 An exception for Rule 51- Section 011.02C2 – regarding reimbursement of administrator(s) “…superintendent, assistant superintendent, principal and assistant principal…” is made…Read More › – IMPORTANT – Special Education Reporting System (SPEDFRS) & NSSRS Staffing Information – Current School Year

Contact Information:  For assistance with NSSRS Staff Reporting: NDE Helpdesk (ADVISERHelp@nebraskacloud.org)