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EMIS Newsflash – January 19, 2016

1/19/2016

Updated FY15 Summer and Fall OGT Assessment Collection Request - v3
An updated version (3) of the FY15 Summer and Fall OGT Assessment (A) Collection Request has been released. Please refer to the FY15 Summer and Fall OGT Collection Release Notes for details.
 
Updated FY15 Spring OGT Assessment Collection Request - v3
An updated version (3) of the FY15 Spring OGT Assessment (A) Collection Request has been released. Please refer to the FY15 Spring OGT Assessment Collection Release Notes for details.
 
Updated FY15 Fall End of Course State Assessment Collection Request - v3
An updated version (3) of the FY15 Fall End of Course State Assessment (A) Collection Request has been released. Please refer to the FY15 Fall End of Course Assessment Collection Release Notes for details.
 
Updated FY15 Spring End of Course State Assessment Collection Request - v3
An updated version (3) of the FY15 Spring End of Course State Assessment (A) Collection Request has been released. Please refer to the FY15 Spring End of Course Assessment Collection Release Notes for details.
 
Updated FY15 Spring Grade 3-8 State Assessment Collection Request - v2
An updated version (2) of the FY15 Spring Grade 3-8 State Assessment (A) Collection Request has been released. Please refer to the FY15 Spring 3-8 Assessment Collection Release Notes for details. for details regarding the collection.
 
Final Appeals Window Related to 2015 Report Card Opens Tomorrow
Tonight marks the close of the FY15 reporting collections for DORP, End of Course, OGT, Grade 3 Math and all Grade 4-8 Assessments.  FY15 reporting collections for Student data (2015S3TRD and 2015SBODE), Grade 3 Reading Assessments (fall, spring and 2016 summer) and Alternate Assessment results closed on January 8, 2016. 
 
Starting tomorrow and continuing until Friday, January 29, 2016, in cases where districts know there are additional corrections that need to be made to the data reported in the collections noted above, superintendents may alert the department to the reporting concern and request an opportunity to make corrections through the department’s formal data appeals process.   Examples of data covered by this final 2015 Report Card appeals window include 2015 Diagnostic Results, 2015 Assessment data, 2015 Majority of Attendance data and 2015 Reading Improvement and Monitoring Plan data.  Please note: the data addressed in prior appeals windows held this fall, including 2014 Diagnostic data, 2014 Graduation and Prepared for Success data, and 2016 Retention data are no longer subject to appeals.
 
View more information about the data appeals windows, timelines and completion process on the department’s website here. If you have any questions regarding the appeals process, please contact the Office of Data Quality.