April 21, 2010 Sacramento, CA. CASEMIS Webinar . CASEMIS Changes June 2010. Changes to Table A. Changes to Table A, cont’d. Changes to Table A, cont’d. New Field Numbers. Race/Ethnicity Requirements.
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New Field Numbers
Race and ethnicity data will be aggregated and reported using the following seven categories:
Hispanic or Latino of any race;
and, for individuals who are non-Hispanic/Latino only:
American Indian or Alaska Native
Black or African American
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Two or more races
Schools and districts must begin collecting race and ethnicity data according to the final guidance beginning in the fall of 2009.
CASEMIS is being adjusted in conformance with overall CDE efforts.
Letter to districts re: collection http://www.cde.ca.gov/ds/sp/cl/documents/raceethnicity08.pdf
In the new ethnicity codes, the first question is whether the student is Hispanic
Code 500 – “Hispanic” has been from the category list removed. It is not available to use in the RACE1, RACE2, RACE 3 fields
There are three race categories for students who are non-Hispanic/Latino
Note that Ethnicity codes are the “old” codes which were in effect when students to be included in Table D were last in the system.
Updated SSID responsibilities are included in the technical assistance guide and also on the web at: http://www.cde.ca.gov/ds/sp/cl/systemdocs.asp
PLEASE use the following naming convention when submitting data tables, SL_XXXX_TableY, for example SELPA #1234 Student Data Table name would appear as SL1234_TableA.
“Percent of youth with IEPs aged 16 and above with an IEP that includes appropriate measurable postsecondary goals that are annually updated and based upon an age appropriate transition assessment, transition services, including courses of study, that will reasonably enable the student to meet those postsecondary goals, and annual IEP goals related to the student’s transition services needs. There also must be evidence that the student was invited to the IEP Team meeting where transition services are to be discussed and evidence that, if appropriate, a representative of any participating agency was invited to the IEP Team meeting with the prior consent of the parent or student who has reached the age of majority.” (20 U.S.C. 1416(a)(3)(B))
A – B – D
A: Children served in Part C, less children whose refer_date is after their third birth date
B: students where plan_type was ‘90’ (ineligible) and the init_eval was before the students’ third birthday. Init_eval must not be blank.
C: students where the init_eval was not blank, the plan_type wasn’t 90 and the init_eval was before or equal to the third birthday OR init_eval was blank, the last_iep was not blank and was before or equal to the third birthday.
D: students who had a non –blank init_eval and tbdlay and whose init_eval was after their third birthday.C to B Transition
(students assessed – students delayed)
Students assessed: students with prnt_csnt after 5/1/2008
Number assessed within 60 days: students assessed with init_eval not blank and less than 61 days from prnt_csnt.
Students delayed: students assessed with init_eval not blank and after 60 days of prnt_csnt with a valid evldlay code.60 Day Timeline
34 CFR 300.603 (b) Determination—(1) General. Based on the information provided by the State in the State’s annual performance report, information obtained through monitoring visits, and any other public information made available, the Secretary determines if the State—
(i) Meets the requirements and purposes of Part B of the Act;
(ii) Needs assistance in implementing the requirements of Part B of the Act;
(iii) Needs intervention in implementing the requirements of Part B of the Act; or
(iv) Needs substantial intervention in implementing the requirements of Part B of the Act.
Timely and Complete Reporting
Indicator 4: Suspension/Expulsion
Indicator 9: Overall Disproportionality
Indicator 10: Disproportionality by Disability
Indicator 11: Initial Evaluation
Indicator 12: Part C to Part B Transition
Indicator 13: Secondary Transition
Audit FindingsCalifornia Compliance Determinations Are Being Based On:
These codes are used to indicate the student’s ethnicity.
or 1-800-673-9220, extension 1.
Mar-April – Observations
May-June – Data Entry
May 1, 2010 SEDRS open for entry
July 1 end of business Certifications due to CDE Meredith Cathcart