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EMIS Newsflash – June 19, 2015

6/19/2015

New FY15 Financial (H) Reporting Collection Request Released
A new FY15 Financial (H) Reporting Collection Request is now available.  Please review the FY15 Financial (H) Collection Release Notes for pertinent information about the collection request. 
 
Updated FY15 SOES Final Student (S) Data Collection Request - v4 Released
An updated version (4) of the FY15 SOES Final Student (S) Data Collection Request is now available. Please review the SOES Final Student (S) Collection Release Notes attached to this e-mail for pertinent information about the collection request.
 
Reporting Non-numeric Scores for New Preschool Early Learning Assessment
There are two non-numeric scores for the new preschool Early Learning Assessment: “N – Not Yet Evident” and “NS – Not Scorable”.  These are not true “scores” for the Score Element (FA240).  For students with these values, report as follows: 
  • Report “N” as
    • Score (FA240) = 0
  • Report “NS” as
    • Score (FA240) = *** (No Score to Report), and
    • Score Not Reported (FA235) = S (Non-scorable Assessment)
 
Additional IB Assessment Area Codes
The following IB Assessment Area Codes have been added:
  • IB84   Language A Literature English – Standard Level
  • IB85   Philosophy – Higher Level
  • IB86   Philosophy – Standard Level
 
2014 CTE March (D) Reporting Appeals
Data that districts and community schools reported to the Ohio Department of Education during the FY14 March (D) data submission window for EMIS play a critical role in generating the CTE Report Card. Districts may utilize the appeals process to alert the department to a reporting error and request an opportunity to correct the error. Appealable data includes placement results, technical assessments, industry assessments, and industry credentials. Appeals to change any other data will not be accepted. The deadline to submit 2014 CTE March (D) Appeals applications is Friday, July 10, 2015.
 
To find the appeal application, click here.