September 13, 2019

2019-2020 Staff ReportingOPENED:  August 5 – Statutory Deadline:  September 15 for Fall Personnel Report

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

Public Schools, Nonpublic Systems, Special Purpose Schools, Interim Programs and ESU’s

 

The 2019-2020 Staff Reporting collection opened Monday, August 5.  State statute 79-804 requires Public Districts and Nonpublic Systems to submit a Fall Personnel Report by September 15.  The Staff Reporting data collection is located under the Student & Staff tab in the NDE Portal.  Special Purpose Schools, Education Service Units and Interim Programs should report during this timeframe as well.  Options for submission are online entry and upload.  Staff Reporting Instructions are available here:  Staff Instruction Manual 2019-2020.  Appendix A in the Staff Reporting Instructions details the changes that were made since 2018-2019.

 

When completing the Staff Reporting 2019-2020, double check to make sure the email addresses are correct for each staff member that is required to have one.  If a correction is made to the email address that NDE had in Staff Reporting, have the staff member log into their NDE Portal account under the “My Profile” tab and verify if their email address is correct, or have them update it.  NDE uses the email addresses from Staff Reporting and the NDE Portal for communications so keeping them current is very important.

 

 

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.

 

2018-2019 Discipline Data is Due October 15

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 ProgramDUE DATE:  October 15

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.

 

 

Rule 11:  Prekindergarten Program ReportDUE DATE:  October 15

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

 

All public school district and educational service units are required to complete a Rule 11 Prekindergarten Report.  Districts or ESUs operating prekindergarten programs are required to indicate on the Prekindergarten Report if they are in compliance or indicate areas of noncompliance for the 2019-2020 school year.

 

The Prekindergarten report was mailed out September 9. It is also available on the early childhood website under reports at the following web address https://www.education.ne.gov/oec/birth-to-age-5-programs/.

 

 

Time & Effort Logs for Federal Grants (ESSA, IDEA, & CTE)

Contact:  Tom Goeschel (402-471-4317 or tom.goeschel@nebraska.gov)

All staff paid with Federal grants through NDE must complete an acceptable time and effort log to adequately document the allocation of their salaries and benefits to that grant.  NDE Grants Management Staff will be requesting copies of time and effort logs when reviewing final reimbursement request for 2018-19 grants in the Grants Management System.  Please refer to the NDE State and Federal Grants Management Guidance (beginning on page 41) and sample logs at the following link:  https://www.education.ne.gov/federalprograms/time-and-effort-reporting/

 

 

Support Services 2019-2020 (Flexible Funding Option)DUE DATE:  September 27

Contact: Suzie Pierce (402 471- 4333 or Suzie.Pierce@nebraska.gov)

 

Support Services (Flexible Funding Option) projects provide the use of special education funding for the “preventative” support services targeting “students not identified or verified as having a disability… but who demonstrate a need for specially designed assistance in order to benefit from the school’s general education curriculum.”

 

Support Services -Flex Funding information and applications are available in the Grants Management System (GMS).  NDE GMS Login

 

 

SAVE THE DATE:  Nebraska PowerSchool Users Group Workshop

Contact:  Aimee Muehling alempkemuehling@esu5.org

 

The Nebraska PowerSchool Users Group (NEPSUG) Workshop will be Sept 17 at ESU10 in Kearney, NE.  Please go to the following website to register and view the draft schedule.   NEPSUG Registration:  https://sites.google.com/esu10.org/nepsug/

 

 

UPDATE on ADVISER 2019-2020 – Coming SOON!

 

NDE is currently working with the student information system vendors to certify that they can report the ADVISER student data for your district.  Your vendor will keep you updated on when they are ready to begin publishing 2019-2020 data to ADVISER.  Thank you for your patience.

 

 

Updates to Business, Marketing and Management Course Codes

Contact:  Sydney Kobza at sydney.kobza@nebrask.gov with questions

 

Last December the Nebraska State Board of Education approved the new Business, Marketing, and Management Standards.  There have been a few changes in regards to the course codes.  I did want to highlight some changes that will take place during the 2019-2020 school year.

 

Accounting is now coded by semester.  This does not mean that Accounting is no longer a yearlong course.  It simply means that each semester has a different code.  The Accounting yearlong course is now coded as Accounting 1 and Accounting 2.  Advanced Accounting is now coded as Accounting 3 and Accounting 4.

 

New Accounting Codes

Accounting 1 (Accounting Semester 1)               030501

Accounting 2 (Accounting Semester 2)               030502

Accounting 3 (Adv. Accounting Semester 1)      030503

Accounting 4 (Adv. Accounting Semester 2)      030504

 

Economics has two codes.  If your district wants to count Economics as Social Studies credit (Rule 10), the 151000 code should be used.  If your district wants to count Economics as Career and Technical Education (CTE) credit (Rule 10), then use the 031800 code.  Both codes will be pulled when figuring Program of Study data.

 

There are two course name changes.  Introduction to Business, Marketing, and Management is now Introduction to Business.  College Wealth Building Fundamentals is now called Wealth Building Fundamentals.

 

 

2019-20 ESSA Consolidated ApplicationOPENED:  July 31 – DUE:  September 12

Contact:  The ESSA Reviewer for your District/ESU

 

The ESSA Consolidated Application for 2019-20 is now available in the GMS System (https://nde.mtwgms.org/NDEGMSWebv02/logon.aspx) and is due to NDE by September 12.  The grants include 2019-20 current funds plus 2018-19 reallocation funds for some grants.  These amounts are available on the Allocations page and districts will be required to budget the entire amount that appears on the budget pages,  If the application for the district is approved prior to October 1, only a portion of the funds will appear on the Grant Award Notification (GAN) for Title I-A and Title II-A.  This is because a portion of the funds are received on July 1 and the remainder on October 1.  When the entire allocation becomes available, the GANs will be regenerated and the entire amount will then be included in the GAN.

 

Contact information for the 2019-29 ESEA/ESSA Reviewers is listed below.

–2019-20 ESEA/ESSA I REVIEWER ASSIGNMENTS —
ESU ESSA  REVIEWER Phone Email
1 Adrian Bowen 402-471-2968 adrian.bowen@nebraska.gov
2 Pat Frost 402-471-2478 pat.frost@nebraska.gov
3 Kirk Russell 402-471-2741 kirk.russell@nebraska.gov
4 Allyson Olson 402-471-4694 allyson.olson@nebraska.gov
5 Pat Frost 402-471-2478 pat.frost@nebraska.gov
6 Adrian Bowen 402-471-2968 adrian.bowen@nebraska.gov
7 Pat Frost 402-471-2478 pat.frost@nebraska.gov
8 Tim Vanderheiden 402-471-1749 timothy.vanderheiden@nebraska.gov
9 Cathy Mohnike 402-471-1419 cathy.mohnike@nebraska.gov
10 Cathy Mohnike 402-471-1419 cathy.mohnike@nebraska.gov
11 Jan Handa 402-471-0876 jan.handa@nebraska.gov
13 Tim Vanderheiden 402-471-1749 timothy.vanderheiden@nebraska.gov
15 Tim Vanderheiden 402-471-1749 timothy.vanderheiden@nebraska.gov
16 Cathy Mohnike 402-471-1419 cathy.mohnike@nebraska.gov
17 Kim Larson 402-471-4824 kim.larson@nebraska.gov
18 Tim Vanderheiden 402-471-1749 timothy.vanderheiden@nebraska.gov
19 Kirk Russell 402-471-2741 kirk.russell@nebraska.gov

 

 

District Curriculum Contact InformationOPENED:  August 1 – DUE: September 15

Contact:  Cory Epler (402-471-3240 or cory.epler@nebraska.gov)

Public Schools, Special Purpose Schools and ESU’s

 

Using the District Curriculum Contact Information form, located under the Data Collections tab in the NDE Portal, select District Curriculum Contact Information to provide contact information for up to three curriculum contacts.  (An activation code is required.)  Information that has been submitted previously should be checked for accuracy.  The curriculum contacts are the primary contact for information related to standards, instruction, and instructional materials (curriculum, interventions, etc.)

 

Curriculum Contacts are those individuals that have an understanding of curricula/instructional materials being used by the school district, coordinate curricula/instructional materials selection processes for the school district, and ultimately have responsibility for the implementation of curricula/instructional materials being used.

 

 

Instructional Materials Data CollectionOPENED:  August 1 – DUE: September 15

Contact: Cory Epler (402-471-3240 or cory.epler@nebraska.gov)

Public Schools, Special Purpose Schools and Interim Programs

 

The purpose of the Instructional Materials Data Collection is to gather more information about the most commonly used instructional materials in Nebraska.  These data will ensure all students have an opportunity to learn from high-quality, standards-aligned instructional materials and help inform curricula-specific professional learning.  The Instructional Materials Data Collection is located in the NDE Portal under the Data Collections tab.  (An activation code is required.)

 

This data collection should be completed by district staff that have knowledge of the instructional materials used by the school district for K-12 English Language Arts, K-12 mathematics, and K-8 science.  Respondents will be asked to report instructional materials for the following grade bands: K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12 (ELA and mathematics only) and the year in which the instructional materials were adopted. In addition, districts will be asked to indicate the primary assessment used to determine if a student has a reading deficiency (per the Reading Improvement Act).

 

 

  The following collections will open in the Consolidated Data Collection (CDC) September 1

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 OPEN September 1

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

Due Date:  October 15 (Audit Window Close Date:  October 31)

Collection completed by Public

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

 

Elementary Site AllowanceOPEN September 1

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.

Due Date:  October 15 (Audit Window Close Date:  October 31)

Collection completed by Public

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

 

Estimated Expenditure for LEP/PovertyOPEN September 1

Estimated expenditure for next year’s LEP and Poverty.

Due Date:  October 15 (Audit Window Close Date:  October 31)

Collection completed by Public

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

 

Human Resources Director ContactsOPENED August 1
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.

Open All Year – (Audit Window Close Date:  June 30, 2020)

Collection completed by Public

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

 

Non-Certificated StaffOPEN September 1

Report of Non-Certificated Staff.

Due Date:  October 15 (Audit Window Close Date:  October 31)

Collection completed by Public, Special Purpose and ESU’s

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

 

Nonpublic DropoutsOPEN September 1

Collects Nonpublic dropout data.

Due Date:  October 15 (Audit Window Close Date:  October 31)

Collection completed by Nonpublic

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

 

Nonpublic Membership ReportOPEN September 1

Collects membership data from Nonpublic Systems.

Due Date:  October 15 (Audit Window Close Date:  October 31)

Collection completed by Nonpublic

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

 

PK Instructional Program Hours/K ProgramOPEN September 1

Instructional program hours including kindergarten program type.

Due Date:  October 15 (Audit Window Close Date:  October 31)

Collection completed by Public

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

 

Student Growth Adjustment OPEN September 1

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.

Due Date:  October 15 (Audit Window Close Date:  October 31)

Collection completed by Public

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

 

Substitute TeachersOPEN September 1

Report all substitute teachers.  Open all year

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

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 UnitOPEN September 1

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.

Due Date:  October 15 (Audit Window Close Date:  October 31)

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

OPEN September 1

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.

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

Collection completed by Public

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

 

Two-Year New School Adjustment ApplicationOPEN September 1

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.

Due Date:  October 15 (Audit Window Close Date:  October 31)

Collection completed by Public

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

 

 

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.

 

 

Student Unique Identifier (Uniq-ID) / ADVISER Person ID

Contact:  NDE Helpdesk ADVISERHelp@nebraskacloud.org

Public Schools, Nonpublic Systems, Special Purpose Schools, ESU Head Start Schools, Post-Secondary

 

All students in Pre-Kindergarten – Grade 12 (Public, Nonpublic, Special Purpose Schools and ESU Head Start Schools) and Postsecondary students (Nebraska Community Colleges, State Colleges and University of Nebraska students) need their state IDs updated every school year with current school information.  This includes all new AND returning students.  Information to update includes items that have changed year over year (grade level, school building, and school year).

 

The Student Unique Idenitfier collection is found in the NDE Portal under the Student & Staff (NSSRS) tab.  (An activation code is required.)  Step-by-Step instructions for the Student Uniq-ID update process can be found here.  (Public/Special Purpose Schools:  These updates should be made prior to turning on your Ed-Fi submission in your Student Information System for 2019-2020 school year.)

 

ADVISER Person ID is still coming soon.  This system will replace Student Unique Identifier (Uniq-ID).  All information updated in the Student Unique Identifier (Uniq-ID) collection will be included in the transfer of data into ADVISER Person ID in the future.  It is important to update Student Unique Identifier as soon as possible, so changes are included in the system transfer to ADVISER Person ID.  IF you come to an NDE Fall workday, NDE can help you with this process.  HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!

 

 

Rule 10 Assurance StatementOPENS:  September 16 – 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 will be available on the NDE Portal under the Data Collections tab beginning Monday, September 16.  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

 

 

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, 2019 Printed NSCAS Alternate Individual Student Reports (ISRs) delivered to districts
August 12-20, 2019 NSCAS District Preliminary Data Clean-up Window
August 30, 2019 Printed 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, 2019 Notification 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, 2019 Evidence-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, 2019 Printed 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 Element NEP Secure NEP Public
AQuESTT Classification
AQuESTT Classification 09/25/2019 10/09/2019
AQuESTT Classification for EBA-Adjustment Eligible Schools 11/27/2019
Education Technology
District Tech Profile 10/09/2019
Snapshot & Full Data Profile
Demographics    
Membership/Race Ethnicity 09/25/2019 10/09/2019
Teacher/Race Ethnicity 09/25/2019 10/09/2019
Teacher Experience 09/25/2019 10/09/2019
Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC) 09/25/2019 10/09/2019
Program Participation    
English Learners 09/25/2019 10/09/2019
Free & Reduced Lunch 09/25/2019 10/09/2019
High Ability Learners (Gifted) 09/25/2019 10/09/2019
Special Education 09/25/2019 10/09/2019
Special Education Performance Part B 06/15/2020 06/15/2020
Metrics    
Attendance Rates 09/25/2019 10/09/2019
Dropout Rates 11/27/2019 11/27/2019
Performance    
NSCAS ACT 09/25/2019 10/09/2019
NSCAS ELA/Math/Science 09/25/2019 10/09/2019
EDPA 21 09/25/2019 10/09/2019
Results Matter Gold 09/25/2019 10/09/2019
National Assessment Instrument (NAI) 09/25/2019 10/09/2019
Achievement    
Graduation Cohort Rates 11/27/2019 11/27/2019
College-going Rates 09/25/2019 10/09/2019
Financial    
State Aid/Finance/Per Pupil Cost 02/01/2020 02/01/2020
Mobility    
School Mobility/Highly Mobile 11/27/2019 11/27/2019
ESSA    
ESSA Inexperienced Educators/Provisional 09/25/2019 10/09/2019
ESSA Out-of-Field Teachers 11/27/2019 11/27/2019

 

 

Special Education Financial Reporting System (SPEDFRS)

Contact:  Lori Adams (402-471-2637 or lori.adams@nebraska.gov)

Public Schools and ESU’s Only

 

A “new” Special Education Financial Reporting system called Special Education Financial Reporting System (SPEDFRS) is being implemented for 2018-2019 to report final expenditure information per Rule 51.  The collection will be located in the NDE Portal under the Data Collection tab.  An activation code would be required to access this collection.

 

This system combines final financial reporting for SPED Birth to Age Five, SPED School Age and SPED Transportation.  The due date for this combined data collection is October 31 with an anticipated available date of September 23.  More information to come.