October 17, 2019

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ATTENTION ALL NDE PORTAL USERS:

Please log onto your portal accounts and go to the My Profile tab and check to make sure your contact information (especially the email address) is up to date.  It is very important to keep this information updated as the Department of Education uses the email address that is in the users’ Portal account to send vital information.  Thank you!!

 

New English Learner Status Report in ADVISER Validation

Contact:  NDE Helpdesk (ADVISERHelp@nebraskacloud.org or 888-285-0556)

 

A new English Learner Status report is now available in the General and Miscellaneous section of ADVISER Verification Student Reports.  It is available by Reporting Window and lists the students by school and grade, displaying their Eligible, Participating, and Redesignated statuses.  Please note:  19-20 English Learner status must be reported for the fall collection.  NDE will use the fall counts of English Learner eligible and participating for federal reporting.  The data pulled will use the as of October 1, 2019 date and include students who are marked as English Learners. Language Instruction Program will be collected through Year-End data.

 

2019-2020 ADVISER Validation Error Activated October 17

Contact:  NDE Helpdesk (ADVISERHelp@nebraskacloud.org or 888-285-0556)

 

Error Name:  No Race Reported for Student

 

Error Description:  No race codes were submitted in a student’s demographic record.  Please submit at least one race.

 

2019-2020 ADVISER Validation Errors Activated October 11

Contact:  NDE Helpdesk (ADVISERHelp@nebraskacloud.org or 888-285-0556)

 

These new error codes will be added to ADVISER Validation for 2019-2020 data. They will be activated by the end of the day on Friday October 11.

 

Warning 737:  Special Education Program Hours Not Reported

The Special Education Hours Per Week field and/or School Hours Per Week field have been left blank on a student’s Special Education Program record.  NDE will treat this as if you submitted 0 hours for that field, please verify this is correct for these students.

 

Critical Error 738:  Invalid School Hours Per Week Reported for a Student in a Public School Setting

The School Hours Per Week reported is less than the Special Education Hours Per Week OR the School Hours Per Week is reported as 0 for a student whose Special Education Program record indicates they are in a Public School setting.  Please update the School Hours per Week, Special Education Hours per Week or the Special Education setting within the Special Education Program Record.

 

Critical Error 739:  Calendar Dates Reported Outside of School Year

An instructional day was reported in a calendar that is outside of the possible dates for the current school year (7/1 through 6/30). Please correct your calendar records.

 

Error 740:  Student in Fall Membership at Multiple Districts

A K-12 student is listed in the Fall Membership count of multiple district (the student has at least 51% FTE as of October 1st in two or more districts).  Please verify the FTE and enrollment records for the student.

 

Error 741:  Student Enrolled with 0% FTE

A student is enrolled in your district, as of today, with 0% FTE reported.  This student will not be counted in membership or attendance data. If the student is contracted out, update the Residency Status in the Enrollment record to either 05 (Contracted out to another Nebraska public school district) or 07 (Contracted out to another state). If the student is not contracted out, correct the FTE on the Enrollment record.

 

Critical Error 742:  School of Residence Does Not Match District of Residence

A student enrollment record was reported with a School of Residence that is not a school within the student’s reported District of Residence.  Please correct either of the fields in the student’s enrollment record.  Reminder: the School of Residence field is only required for students with a Contracted In Residency Status and can be left blank otherwise.

 

Timeline Concerns for Fall Submissions

Contact:  NDE Helpdesk (ADVISERHelp@nebraskacloud.org or 888-285-0556)

 

  1. 2018-2019 ADVISER Follow up window INCLUDING completers used in calculating Cohort Graduation Rate are still due October 15. Districts should be reviewing their 2018-2019 ADVISER Validation/Verification Reports for all the things listed in the 2018-2019 Follow up window (ADVISER) through October 31.  This data will be pulled beginning November 1 and used for such items as the Cohort Graduation Rate and Dropout Rates, among others.  NDE staff may be following up with their review of data for 2018-2019, but DO NOT RELY on NDE follow-up to find issues with data; districts need to review their reports.
  2. CDC Collections with a October 15 due date should be submitted and approved by October 15. NDE staff review the data through October 31.  This has not changed from previous years.
  3. 2019-2020 ADVISER Fall Window The due dates have not changed. Data is due by October 15, with the audit window closing on October 31.  However, if you have a vendor that did not provide you the ability to report data by Monday, October 7, this will be considered as an extenuating circumstance for purposes of the Request to Submit Data Late or Make Data Changes in the CDC.
    1. Please do not submit your request until October 31. We will review them as quickly as possible and let you know if your request has been approved.  If your request is approved, you will have until no later than November 15 to resolve any outstanding issues.  After that, data will be pulled for various purposes, including State Aid.
  4. There will be a sign off with both 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 in ADVISER Validation. Do not sign off until both sets of data are considered final by the district.

 

Updated ADVISER Summer School Data Requirements

Contact:  NDE Helpdesk (ADVISERHelp@nebraskacloud.org or 888-285-0556)

 

It has been decided that NDE does not need to collect summer school Courses/Sections or Student Grades data, effective immediately.  NDE will continue to collect the following summer data:

 

  1. Graduate enrollment data
  2. Summer transfer enrollment data
  3. Title I or Special Education program data for students served during the summer who were not already reported during the regular school year.
  4. The Consolidated Data Collection aggregate data needed for School Finance:
    1. Summer School Student Unit
    2. Summer School Supplement

 

If a student is taking a course in the summer for credit recovery, the course originally reported for the student may be updated and published to ADVISER with the appropriate grade, rather than reporting a separate Summer School course.

 

2018-2019 Discipline Data is Due October 15AUDIT WINDOW CLOSES:  Ocboter 31

Discipline Reports are Available in ADVISER Validation Verification Reports for Review

Contract:  Robyn Gonzales (robyn.gonzales@nebraska.gov)

 

18-19 Discipline data is due October 15.  This data is submitted through your Student Information System (SIS) into ADVISER.  Please review the Report of Suspensions & Expulsions,  Special Education Discipline Report, and the Discipline Incidents Detail.  You can also look up specific student incidents by Student Lookup by ID.  Please ensure the necessary people have the Discipline activation code and for the Special Education Report the Special Education activation code, to review this data.  If you have questions please contact Robyn Gonzales for Special Education related questions or send an email to ADVISERHelp@nebraskacloud.org.

 

If you are having trouble publishing 18-19 Follow-up Discipline Data, please contact your SIS vendor.

 

October 1, 2019 Child Count

Contact:  Cole Johnson (cole.johnson@nebraska.gov) or Robyn Gonzales (robyn.gonzales@nebraska.gov)

 

In an effort to accurately make our October 1 child count reporting deadline, we are in need of collaborative data entry with your local districts.  We are asking that the PRTs, the services coordination agencies, the ESUs, and the school districts collaborate to ensure that all EDN infants and toddlers are entered into ADVISER.

 

We have historically had discrepancies in the number of infants and toddlers entered into the services coordination CONNECT system, but not in ADVISER.  It is vital, for federal reporting purposes, as well as local PRT determinations, that we ensure all infants and toddlers are entered into ADVISER.

 

Please note that while it is important to assign a Unique Identifier to each child, the district must ensure that student demographics and enrollment information is updated in the district’s Student Information System (SIS) and all student Special Education information is up to date in either the district’s SIS or SRS, whichever the district uses to submit Special Education data to ADVISER on October 1.

 

Please work with your local services coordination agency to reconcile open and verified EDN cases to ensure they are entered by the appropriate districts into ADVISER before the deadline.  If you have questions, please contact Cole Johnson at cole.johnson@nebraska.gov.

 

Districts need to ensure all student demographic and enrollment information is updated in the Student Information System (SIS) and all student Special Education information is up to date in either SIS or SRS, whichever you use to submit Special Education data to ADVISER.  If errors are found, please work with your SIS to rectify and if you have any questions, please contact Robyn Gonzales at robyn.gonzales@nebraska.gov.

 

NOTE:  Please contact your SIS vendor or SRS, whichever the district uses for the SPED data, for information about when you will be ready to publish 2019-2020 ADVISER data.

 

ADVISER – Early Childhood ProgramAUDIT WINDOW CLOSES:  October 31

Contact:  Tammi Hicken (402-471-3184 or tammi.hicken@nebraska.gov)

 

All public school districts that complete the Early Childhood Program for their prekindergarten students need to make sure they identify their Head Start Students using the Programs Name field.

    • Public Preschool – NDE Approved Early Childhood Education Program, not Head Start.
    • Early Head Start – This code should only be used in districts that are a Head Start grantee, a Head Start delegate or have a partnership with a Head Start agency and serve Head Start children in a collaborative classroom.

 

NOTE:  Please contact your SIS vendor for information about when you will be ready to publish 2019-2020 ADVISER data.

 

The following collections open in the Consolidated Data Collection (CDC)

AUDIT WINDOW CLOSES:  October 31

Contact:  NDE Helpdesk (888-285-0556 or ADVISERHelp@nebraskacloud.org)

 

Please refer to the CDC Calendar which is located on the ADVISER Resources page at Consolidated Data Collection (CDC) Calendar and also review the instructions available in each of the CDC collections for further details about each collection.

 

Assessed Valuation and Levies Audit Window Close Date:  October 31

Assessed Valuation and levies.  Distance between high school attendance centers.

Collection completed by Public

For more information, contact – Kevin Lyons – kevin.lyons@nebraska.gov (402) 471-3323

 

Elementary Site AllowanceAudit Window Close Date:  October 31

Districts that are applying for the Elementary Site Allowance.  This form to be completed by a school district with multiple elementary attendance sites.  A qualifying elementary site shall be an elementary attendance site, in a district with multiple elementary attendance sites, which (a) does not have another elementary attendance site within 7 miles in the same school district, or (b) is the only public elementary attendance site located in an incorporated city or village.

Collection completed by Public

For more information, contact – Kevin Lyons – kevin.lyons@nebraska.gov (402) 471-3323

 

Estimated Expenditure for LEP/PovertyAudit Window Close Date:  October 31

Estimated expenditure for next year’s LEP and Poverty.

Collection completed by Public

For more information, contact – Kevin Lyons – kevin.lyons@nebraska.gov (402) 471-3323

 

Human Resources Director ContactsOpen All Year – (Audit Window Close Date:  June 30, 2020)

The Department of Education developed the HR Director Contact(s) to collect name and email address for coorespondence.  The data is gathered with the purpose of using the email address for notices regarding teacher and administrative certificates, evaluation systems, surveys, and data.  The contact listed may have a similar role to an HR Director.

Collection completed by Public

For more information, contact NDE Helpdesk – (888-285-0556 or ADVISERHelp@nebraskacloud.org)

 

Non-Certificated StaffAudit Window Close Date:  October 31

Report of Non-Certificated Staff.

Collection completed by Public, Special Purpose and ESU’s

For more information, contact NDE Helpdesk – (888-285-0556 or ADVISERHelp@nebraskacloud.org)

 

Nonpublic DropoutsAudit Window Close Date:  October 31

Collects Nonpublic dropout data.

Collection completed by Nonpublic

For more information, contact NDE Helpdesk – (888-285-0556 or ADVISERHelp@nebraskacloud.org)

 

Nonpublic Membership ReportAudit Window Close Date:  October 31

Collects membership data from Nonpublic Systems.

Collection completed by Nonpublic

For more information, contact NDE Helpdesk – (888-285-0556 or ADVISERHelp@nebraskacloud.org)

 

PK Instructional Program Hours/K ProgramAudit Window Close Date:  October 31

Instructional program hours including kindergarten program type.

Collection completed by Public

For more information, contact Tammi Hicken – tammi.hicken@nebraska.gov (402) 471-3184

 

Student Growth Adjustment Audit Window Close Date:  October 31

Districts applying for the student growth adjustment.  Districts must estimate their 2019/20 average daily membership and provide evidence supporting the estimate.  Estimated student growth is the difference between the 2018/19 fall membership and 2019/20 estimated average daily membership.

Collection completed by Public

For more information, contact Kevin Lyons – kevin.lyons@nebraska.gov (402) 471-3323

 

Substitute TeachersDue Date:  June 15 (Audit Window Close Date:  June 30, 2020)

Report all substitute teachers.  Open all year

Collection completed by Public, Nonpublic, Special Purpose, ESU’s and Interim

For more information, contact Clayton Waddle – clayton.waddle@nebraska.gov  (402) 471-0738

 

Summer School Student UnitAudit Window Close Date:  October 31

Number of students by grade who attend summer school: 1) attending remedial Math or Reading, 2) students eligible for free lunch or free milk qualified for free lunches or free milk and attended a school that uses information collected from parents and guardians to determine such qualifications or attended (or is registered to attend for early childhood) at a school that provides free meals to all students pursuant to the community eligibility provision.

Collection completed by Public

For more information, contact Kevin Lyons – kevin.lyons@nebraska.gov (402) 471-3323

 

Title I Annual Caseload Count of Children In Local Institutions For Neglected or Delinquent

Due Date:  December 5 (Audit Window Close Date:  January 5, 2020)

The purpose of this annual caseload count is to provide the State Educational Agency with current information on the location and number of children living in institutions for neglected or delinquent children, or in local correctional institutions.  The information collected will be used in the Title I formula for computing allocations for local educational agencies.

Collection completed by Public

For more information, contact Pat Frost – pat.frost@nebraska.gov (402) 471-2478

 

Two-Year New School Adjustment ApplicationAudit Window Closes:  October 31

Districts applying for a Two-Year New School Adjustment.  School districts applying for the two-year new school adjustment will need to provide estimated additional student capacity and provide supporting evidence.

Collection completed by Public

For more information, contact Kevin Lyons – kevin.lyons@nebraska.gov (402) 471-3323

 

Special Education Financial Reporting System (SPEDFRS)DUE DATE:  October 31

Contact the following:

NDE Helpdesk (888-285-0556 or ADVISERHelp@nebraskacloud.org) for NDE Portal Assistance

Lori Adams (402-471-2637 or lori.adams@nebraska.gov) for Financial Assistance

Public Schools and ESU’s Only

 

The Special Education Financial Reporting System opened for data collection on Monday, September 23, 2019 and is Due by midnight on October 31, 2019.  Available in the NDE Portal, activation codes required from your District Administrator.  For assistance with activation codes contact the NDE Help Desk at ADVISERHelp@nebraskacloud.org or 888-285-0556.

 

This system combines final financial reporting for SPED Birth to Age Five, SPED School Age and SPED Transportation.

 

More information is available on the following website:  Special Education Financial Reporting Information https://www.education.ne.gov/fos/special-education-reporting-information/

 

Rule 10 Assurance StatementOPEN:  September 23 – DUE: November 1

Contact:  nde.accreditation@nebraska.gov

Public Schools Only

 

All accredited school systems (public and non-public) are required to complete a Rule 10 Assurance Statement annually. The Assurance Statement must be completed to reflect compliance or indicate areas of noncompliance as your school system starts the 2019-2020 school year.

 

The Assurance Statement for public school districts is web-based and became available on the NDE Portal under the Data Collections tab on Monday, September 23.  An activation code is required to add the collection to the NDE Portal account.  Public Schools must submit their Assurance Statement through the NDE Portal by November 1.  Paper copies will not be accepted.

 

Note:  Nonpublic, Special Purpose, Interim Programs, and ESUs must continue to submit paper copies of their Assurance Statements to the NDE.

 

Please note the following:

  1. In the online Assurance Statement, public school district administrators will be asked to check Yes or No for each Rule 10 item in the statement, indicating compliance or non-compliance.
  2. Superintendents will receive a letter and an email, both of which will include links to the NDE website, where Rule 10 and supporting documents can be found.

 

New for the 2019-20 school year,

  1. A Download PDF button is available again this school year at the bottom of the Assurance Statement for the purpose of downloading and saving a copy of your responses after submission to the NDE.
  2. Currently, when the NO response is checked, a text box opens to explain the NO response. A YES text box has been added at the end of the Assurance Statement for the purpose of explaining, defining, or expanding upon any YES responses.

 

For assistance in accessing the portal, please contact the NDE Helpdesk at:  ADVISERHelp@nebraskacloud.org

 

Future Ready District Technology Profile (formerly “District Technology Plan”)

DUE DATE:  January 15, 2020

Contact:  nde.digitallearning@nebraska.gov or 402-471-4366

Collection to be completed by Public Schools

 

The District Technology Profile will be available on the NDE Portal under the “Data Collections” tab beginning Tuesday, October 15.  This district profile (which replaces the previous “District Technology Plan”) will be available for public school districts in a web-based format.  An activation code is required to add the collection to the NDE Portal account.  Please review the FAQ and instruction documents regarding completion of the web-based District Technology Profile through the NDE Portal or on the NDE website shown below.

 

More information and resources related to the new District Technology Profile are available now for districts (public and non-public) on the NDE website:

 

https://www.education.ne.gov/educational-technology/technology-plan/

 

The website includes links to the following documents:

 

  1. PDF version of the district technology profile instrument
  2. PDF of the instructions to access the profile in the portal
  3. PDF of frequently asked questions (FAQ’s)

 

If you have difficulties accessing the documents on the NDE website, please contact the Digital Learning Office at nde.digitallearning@nebraska.gov to request that the documents be emailed to you.

 

Teacher Vacancy Survey – 2019-2020 – NDE Portal CollectionDUE DATE:  October 31

Contact:  Karen Buller (402-471-4837 or karen.buller@nebraska.gov)

Collection to be completed by Public, Nonpublic, ESUs

 

The annual Teacher Vacancy Survey collects statewide teacher vacancy information that is used to determine teacher shortage areas.  This information is used to qualify content areas eligible for a number of state and federal teacher loan forgiveness opportunities and to inform research regarding teacher supply and shortage initiatives.  Public districts, Nonpublic systems, and Educational Service Units will find the Teacher Vacancy Survey – 2019-2020 in the ONLINE list on the NDE Portal under the Data Collections Tab.  An activation code is required.  Check with your District Administrator to acquire the code.  Audit window close date:  November 10

 

Praxis II (Content Tests) and Conditional Permits

Contact:  Clayton Waddle (clayton.waddle@nebraska.gov or 402-471-0738)

 

The purpose of this update item is to guide school district personnel on teachers who have not passed or taken the content test required for their endorsement.  Teachers who only have a deficiency of the Praxis II Test will be allowed to apply for or change their application type to a conditional permit.  As with other conditional permits, a request from the school district will need to be included with the application.

 

When the teacher passes their content test, the conditional permit will be changed to a standard certificate.

 

The conditional permit is not renewable and once the one-year permit has expired or if adequate test scores on the content test are not received, an option will be to issue a state substitute permit or pursue other certification options as their credentials warrant.  The conditional permit cannot be used to extend an expiring provisional permit.

 

Testers Needed for New Bulletin Distribution System

 

Earlier this year, NDE began a revamp of the NDE Bulletin notification system.  The current system uses a list-serve to send emails to stakeholders and contains pertinent information about data collection deadlines, grant opportunities, accountability and accreditation information, and more.  The new system will work similarly to a newsletter subscription service (like MailChimp or Constant Contact), allowing recipients to self-select their categories of interest and notification preferences.  In addition, all active and relevant bulletin items will be visible on the NDE Bulletin webpage (https://www.education.ne.gov/bulletin/).

 

At this time, we are seeking volunteers to help test the updated system.  If you would like to participate in the testing process, you can visit https://www.education.ne.gov/bulletin/ and click on the MAIL icon in the upper right hand corner.

 

In the pop up window, you will need to complete these four simple steps:

 

  1. Fill in your email address (first and last name are optional at this time).
  2. Change selection in Which categories of updates do you wish to receive? if desired
  3. Make a selection In the How often do you wish to receive updates?
  4. Click the I’m not a robot
  5. Click the Subscribe button.

 

During the testing period, the regular Thursday bulletin mailings will continue to be sent as normal.  If you choose to participate in the testing and subscribe as detailed above, you will receive additional emails corresponding to the selections made during the subscription process.  We encourage you to leave feedback using the Leave Feedback link at the upper right of the bulletin’s page.

 

Our goal is to test this process over the next month with a tentative launch on October 28.  At that time, all recipients of the current bulletin system will automatically be migrated to the new process and continue to receive weekly updates of all categories.  For more in-depth information regarding the bulletin process, please visit https://www.education.ne.gov/bulletin-details.

 

    District ADVISER Monthly Meetings

Contact:  NDE Helpdesk (ADVISERHelp@nebraskacloud.org or 888-285-0556)

 

The District ADVISER monthly meetings will take place the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 10:00 am CST.  The Zoom meeting link is https://zoom.us/j/4024712288.  Recordings can be found on the Meetings tab of the ADVISER Resource Google site- https://sites.google.com/a/education.ne.gov/adviser-early-adopter-program/.

 

No reminders are sent out as this is a standing meeting for all districts.  Please add it to your calendar to create a reminder.

 

New PowerSchool ADVISER Google Group

Contact:  Aimee Muehling alempkemuehling@esu5.org

 

Attention PowerSchool Public School Districts.  The VST team has set up a Nebraska PowerSchool ADVISER google group.  This group will be the primary way that you will receive information/announcements that are specific to PowerSchool regarding ADVISER such as updates, known issues, fixes, available trainings etc.  We would like at least one person from each PowerSchool district to be a member of the group.  In the next few weeks you may receive an invite to join, please accept.  You can also ask to join by clicking on the following link https://groups.google.com/d/forum/powerschooladviser that will take you to the group page where you can click on the Apply for Membership Link.  You need to be signed in to your Google account to see this link.

 

Assessment & Accountability Key Dates

Contact:  Jeremy Heneger (402-471-2495 or jeremy.heneger@nebraska.gov or Lane Carr 402-471-3138 or lane.carr@nebraska.gov)

Public and Special Purpose Schools Only

 

Below are key dates for the release of Accountability for a Quality Education System, Today and Tomorrow (AQuESTT) and Nebraska Student-Centered Assessment System (NSCAS) data.  Published data elements can be found on the Nebraska Education Profile (NEP), the Nebraska Department of Education’s one-stop education data website.  For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/2019nep.

 

August 5, 2019Printed NSCAS Alternate Individual Student Reports (ISRs) delivered to districts
August 12-20, 2019NSCAS District Preliminary Data Clean-up Window
August 30, 2019Printed NSCAS ACT Individual Student Reports (ISRs) delivered to districts
September 25, 2019

(Secure Release)

 

Assessment Performance, Attendance, Participation, Demographics, and AQuESTT Raw Classification data published to the NEP Secure Portal (district view only, not public), district data validity verification
September 27, 2019Notification of Evidence-based Analysis (EBA) adjustment-eligible schools

 

October 9, 2019

(Public Release)

 

Full Data Profile and Snapshot published on NEP with AQuESTT Classification and Assessment data (full public view)

 

October 14, 2019Evidence-based Analysis (EBA) evidence due to NDE (for adjustment-eligible schools)
October 15-November 1, 2019

 

Review of Evidence-based Analysis (EBA) evidence
October 21-25, 2019Printed NSCAS General Individual Student Reports (ISRs) delivered to districts
November 27, 2019

(Public Release)

Final AQuESTT Classifications, including EBA adjustments, published on the NEP

 

 

Nebraska Education Profile (NEP) Data Element Release Dates

Contact:  Matt Hastings (402 471-2748) https://nep.education.ne.gov/contact.html

Public Schools Only

 

Below are the data element release dates for the 2019 Nebraska Education Profile (NEP).  The NEP provides information and data about Nebraska public schools and student performance.  The majority of Nebraska education data for the 2019-2020 school year will be released to the public via the NEP on October 9, 2019. Schools and districts can preview most data elements on September 25, 2019, ahead of the public release, through the NEP Secure collection, located in the NDE Portal under the Data Collections tab.  (An activation code is required.)  For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/2019nep.

 

Data ElementNEP SecureNEP Public
AQuESTT Classification
AQuESTT Classification09/25/201910/09/2019
AQuESTT Classification for EBA-Adjustment Eligible Schools11/27/2019
Education Technology
District Tech Profile10/09/2019
Snapshot & Full Data Profile
Demographics
Membership/Race Ethnicity09/25/201910/09/2019
Teacher/Race Ethnicity09/25/201910/09/2019
Teacher Experience09/25/201910/09/2019
Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC)09/25/201910/09/2019
Program Participation
English Learners09/25/201910/09/2019
Free & Reduced Lunch09/25/201910/09/2019
High Ability Learners (Gifted)09/25/201910/09/2019
Special Education09/25/201910/09/2019
Special Education Performance Part B06/15/202006/15/2020
Metrics
Attendance Rates09/25/201910/09/2019
Dropout Rates11/27/201911/27/2019
Performance
NSCAS ACT09/25/201910/09/2019
NSCAS ELA/Math/Science09/25/201910/09/2019
EDPA 2109/25/201910/09/2019
Results Matter Gold09/25/201910/09/2019
National Assessment Instrument (NAI)09/25/201910/09/2019
Achievement
Graduation Cohort Rates11/27/201911/27/2019
College-going Rates09/25/201910/09/2019
Financial
State Aid/Finance/Per Pupil Cost02/01/202002/01/2020
Mobility
School Mobility/Highly Mobile11/27/201911/27/2019
ESSA
ESSA Inexperienced Educators/Provisional09/25/201910/09/2019
ESSA Out-of-Field Teachers11/27/201911/27/2019