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EMIS Newsflash – March 7, 2017

3/7/2017

Files Recently Distributed
The following files have been copied out to the data collectors. If you have questions about these files, contact Melissa Maynard at melissa.maynard@education.ohio.gov.
 
2017D_CTE_INDUSTRY_CREDENTIALS_<file date>.xls
2017 March D Follow-Up Concentrator Credentials Earned
The 2017D_CTE_INDUSTRY_CREDENTIALS report is a student level file that shows all Industry Recognized Credentials earned by all students in the 2017 March D file. The report contains reporting IRN, SSID, credential code, credential description, and points received for earning that credential.
 
2017D_CTE_POST_PROGRAM_<file date>.xls
2017 March D Follow-Up Post Program Placement
The 2017D_CTE_POST_PROGRAM report is a student level file that shows the Post Program Placement reported status for all concentrators in the 2017 March D file. The data elements included in the file are reporting IRN, SSID, Status Known, and Post Program Placement. The options in the Status Known column are YES – Status Known; NO – Status Unknown as reported by the District; or UNREPORTED – No Post Program information has been reported for this SSID in EMIS. The options in the Post Program Placement are Yes – met the indicator for Post Program Placement; No – student does not meet indicator; or blank if no data has been reported for that SSID.
 
2017D_CTE_TECH_SKILL_PARTIC_<file date>.xls
2017 March D Follow-Up Concentrator Technical Skill Alignment
The 2017D_CTE_TECH_SKILL_PARTIC report is a student level file that shows if the assessments taken by concentrators align to their program of concentration. This information will be used as Technical Skill Participation measure on the CTE Report Card. The file contains reporting IRN, SSID, reported program of concentration, and alignment status for the student. ALIGNED TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT means the student took the correct assessment; NOT ALIGNED TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT means the student took an assessment but it was not aligned to the reported program of concentrations; NO TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT means no assessment was reported for the student.