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An Introduction to Data Reporting for Secondary Career and Technical Education . Tuesday June 8, 2010. Overview of Today’s Discussion. CCTCMIS - Who we are and what we do. Secondary CTE data processing. Perkins IV Reporting. Recent Changes and Questions.
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Tuesday June 8, 2010
Bureau of Community College and Technical Centers Management Information Systems
Postsecondary Career and Technical Education and Adult General Education as reported in Surveys F, W, S, G, and X.School Districts
Processing window: August 2 - September 3, 2010
Due date: August 6, 2010
Final Update/Amendment Date: February 28, 2011
Perkins/CCTCMIS Cutoff Date: In October, 2010, date TBA
Processing window: August 1 - September 2, 2011
Due date: August 5, 2011
Final Update/Amendment Date: February 29, 2012
Perkins/CCTCMIS Cutoff Date: In October, 2011, date TBA
October is the “end of the road” for Secondary Vocational data updates for use in Perkins and most CCTCMIS reports.
After reviewing reports, the district:
When the district has corrected all reject errors -
If there are errors in the validation process, the data base must be corrected:
Secondary Vocational Appendix D:
Refer to the Information Database User’s Manual for a detailed description of data flow, uploading, downloading and file handling at
The data has passed the edits and posted to the data base, but the validations and exceptions are still important.
If a student’s data cannot pass the validations, we (CCTCMIS) cannot use that student’s data for reporting purposes.
Duplication – data can be duplicated across programs, schools, districts.
Therefore, counts may vary due to the level of aggregation.
Participants are determined as follows:
Three uses of Secondary Industry Certifications
Industry certifications are reported for all three purposes on the vocational student course in Survey 5, but each has different requirements.
Secondary students who are taking a postsecondary CTE course
Workforce Education District Data Advisory Council