Data review and data appeal windows open for CTE March (D) data
Starting today through May 30, superintendents of districts that offer career-technical education programming can conduct the required review of their 2018 March (D) data in EMIS. These data will affect their career-technical planning districts’ technical skill, placement and industry credential measures on the 2018 Ohio Career-Technical Education Report Cards.
Superintendents are to signify whether the data are correct as they complete the “2018 Data Review for CTE” form in the Forms application in SAFE. If a superintendent sees inaccurate data, he or she also should submit an appeal by the May 30 deadline, using the “2018 Data Appeal for CTE March (D)” form.
The superintendent, EMIS coordinator and superintendent designee have access to fill out both the data review and data appeal forms. The forms are not officially submitted to the Department, however, until the superintendent approves them.
For more information about the data review window, timeline and completion process for superintendents, click here. For answers to questions about the data review or data appeals, contact the Office of Data Quality.