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EMIS Newsflash – January 17, 2020

1/17/2020

FY20 March (D) Follow-up Collection, v1
FY20 Fall Third Grade ELA and Reading Assessment (A) Collection, v2
Please refer to the Release Notes for details regarding these newly posted collection requests.
 
2020 CTE Concentrators Appeal
From Tuesday, Jan. 21 through Friday, Feb. 21, superintendents of traditional districts, community schools, and joint vocational school districts required to report career-technical education follow-up data in EMIS may review the students included in their 2020 March (D) lists. If the list is incorrect due to misreporting of concentrator data in EMIS, see instructions here to submit an appeal by the deadline. Please use the form in OH|ID titled Data Appeal for CTE March Concentrators.
 
Please note that all appeal forms in OH|ID must include corrected student level data using the 2020 Concentrators Appeal Student Data template in the Upload Data section. To ensure your appeal is reviewed by the Department, make sure the spreadsheet is complete and accurate.
 
This is the only opportunity to update the students on your March (D) list. Districts will be able to appeal placement and assessment data during the March (D) appeal process after March (D) closes. However, there will be no changes to the list of students after the Feb. 21 deadline.
 
The superintendent, EMIS coordinator, and superintendent designee have access to complete the appeal form. However, it is not officially submitted to the Department until the superintendent completes the approval process.
 
For questions regarding the data appeals process, please contact the Office of Data Quality.
 
For questions about CTE related data or calculations, please contact kelsey.stephens@education.ohio.gov.
 
For questions about the data included in and the reporting of your March file, please submit a ticket to the EMIS Helpdesk via your ITC.
 
EMIS ITC Conference Call Notes
The notes for the January 13, 2019, ITC Conference Call have been posted. You can find a short description of the purpose of the calls along with a link to the notes on the EMIS website.