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EMIS Newsflash – May 23, 2014

5/23/2014

New Calendar Reporting Collection Request for FY15
A New Calendar (C) Reporting Collection Request for FY15 is available today. The FY15 Calendar Release Notes have been attached to this e-mail and will provide pertinent information about the collection request. 
 
Updated FY14 Financial Collection Request – v10 Released
An updated version (10) of the FY14 Financial (H) Reporting Collection Request is available today. Please refer to the attached FY14 H Release Notes for more specific information regarding the collection request. 
 
New Student Cross Reference Optional Reporting Collection Request
A New Student Cross Reference (SCR) Reporting Collection Request has been made available.  The SCR Release Notes have been attached to this e-mail and will provide pertinent information about the collection request. 
 
Please note that this collection request will allow districts to load 2014 students to see the data the Student Cross Reference will collect in the future; however, SCR data cannot be submitted at this time. 
 
New 5 Year Forecast Collection Request for Optional FY14 Reporting
A New FY14 Optional 5 Year Forecast (P) Collection Request is available today.  The FY14 Optional 5 year Forecast Collection Request Release Notes have been attached to this e-mail and will provide pertinent information about the collection request. This collection request will not be visible in the Data Collector until June 1.
 
5 Year Forecast Mandatory FY14 Reporting Due May 31, 2014
Districts are reminded that the spring submission of the 5 Year Forecast (P) Mandatory Reporting for FY14 is due by Saturday, May 31, 2014.
 
GW Record Now Included in FY14 Yearend Reporting
Contrary to information that was provided at the recent OAEP conference, the new GW Industry Credential results may be reported in the FA record during yearend reporting.  This reporting in yearend is only critical in one situation—for students who attend dropout recovery schools and have earned one of the reportable industry credentials.

 

Other EMIS reporting entities may also report the new GW assessment type, but there will also be later opportunities in the G and R reporting windows this fall to report this information on the same set of students.  The information is only needed in N reporting for dropout recovery schools so it can be listed, if reported, on the dropout recovery version of the local report card.