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CALPADS California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System

CALPADS California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System. BACKGROUND No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 Authorizing Legislation Senate Bill 1453 (2002) Requires all LEAs (including charter schools) to acquire and maintain a Statewide Student Identifier (SSID)

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CALPADS California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System

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  1. CALPADSCalifornia Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System BACKGROUND • No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 • Authorizing Legislation Senate Bill 1453 (2002) • Requires all LEAs (including charter schools) to acquire and maintain a Statewide Student Identifier (SSID) • Requires the creation of a longitudinal student data system that includes demographic, program participation and assessment data

  2. CALPADS • CDE and the California School Information Services (CSIS) are working together to: • Build an Education Data System for California - CALPADS • Support LEAs collection and use of high-quality data

  3. California School Information Services CSIS is a statewide program that: • Supports assignment and maintenance of a unique Statewide Student Identifier for each K-12 student; SSIDs make it possible to track students from LEA to LEA and from year to year • Assists with electronic state reporting • Enables electronic records transfer • Builds local capacity

  4. Statutory Goals of CALPADS Provide: • School districts and the CDE access to data necessary to comply with federal NCLB reporting requirements • A better means of evaluating educational progress and investments over time • LEAs information that can be used to improve pupil achievement • An efficient, flexible and secure means of maintaining longitudinal statewide pupil level data

  5. Estimated CALPADS Implementation • RFP Complete: Fall 2006 • Vendor Selection: Summer 2007 • System Complete: End of 2008 CSIS will maintain CALPADS and provide technical assistance to all LEAs after warranty period

  6. Data Submission to CALPADS • LEAs submit demographic, program participation, course, and staff data at least once a year • LEAs able to update data on ongoing basis • Test vendors submit assessment data

  7. Data Collection ThroughCALPADS • When CALPADS is functioning: • CBEDS, LCEN, SNOR will instead be collected through CALPADS • Certain pages in the ConApp will be eliminated: Con App can once again become an “application” versus a data collection tool • Data collected on assessment forms is minimized • Eventually other data collections can be transitioned into CALPADS

  8. Using Data From CALPADS • CALPADS maintains longitudinal student demographic and assessment data • CALPADS supports state and federal reporting requirements • CALPADS provides data to researchers and back to LEAs per state and federal privacy laws

  9. Preparing for CALPADS • Assign/maintain SSIDs • Resolve SSID anomalies • Assign adequate staff and allow them time to do the work • Ensure staff attend trainings • Ensure departments coordinate on data collection/understand the goals and consequences • Verify your data is accurate

  10. Maintain SSIDs • Periodic Enrollment Updates: During the year, LEAs may submit enrollment changes as they occur • Annual Maintenance (required): Each fall, districts and direct-funded charter schools submit the Annual SSID Maintenance

  11. First Name Last Name Local ID SSID Gender Birth Date Birth Country, State, City Grade Level Primary Ethnicity Primary Language English Proficiency Enrollment Date Parent Ed. Level Special Program Participation (NSLP, Mig, SpecEd) Annual Maintenance Required Student Fields

  12. Examples of Conditionally Required Student Fields • For students who withdrew from a school: the withdrawal date & reason • For graduates: whether UC/CSU requirements are complete and whether the student participated in independent study to meet graduation requirements

  13. Which Students Are Included? • All students enrolled on the CDE census date – first Wednesday in October • All exited students since previous census date (graduates, dropouts, etc.)

  14. Certification of the Annual Maintenance • The data will be your OFFICIAL CBEDS enrollment counts • Errors may have fiscal consequences • Superintendent/designee certifies the data

  15. 2006-07 Changes • CDE uses the Annual SSID Maintenance for official enrollment counts • LEAs have access to limited data on new students • LEAs can identify whether “dropouts” have enrolled in another California public LEA

  16. 2007-09 Changes • The value of the “data transfer” function increases • Continued use of the system to target dropout prevention efforts • LEAs update CDE’s “School Database” electronically

  17. 2009-10 Changes • All LEAs are submitting data to CALPADS • Selected current collections discontinued • Reduced Pre-ID data collection • Increased amount of readily available data

  18. Changes After 2009-10 • Additional collections are analyzed for transition to CALPADS resulting in other the discontinuation of other data collection (entire collections or partial)

  19. CALTIDESCalifornia Longitudinal Teacher Education Data System Provides a proposed means to evaluate: • Investments in Teacher professional development • Teacher preparation programs • Teacher workforce issues • Streamlines and improves the effectiveness of assignment monitoring • Supports Williams and NCLB monitoring

  20. CALTIDES Benefits to LEAs • Reduces data submissions to COEs • Eliminates submission of teacher credential information to CDE • Provides a central source for highly qualified teacher data • Provides LEAs with a unique statewide teacher identifier

  21. CALTIDES - Next Steps • 2006 Budget includes funding to move forward with CALTIDES (SB1614) • Teacher IDs to be developed in 2006-07 • Target completion is 2009-10

  22. Where You Get More Information from CSIS • Jan Langtry • jlangtry@csis.k12.ca.us • 916.325.9230 • Nancy Sullivan • nsullivan@csis.k12.ca.us • 916.325.9280

  23. Where You Get More Information from CDE • Paula Mishima • pmishima@cde.ca.gov • 916.319.0779 • Steve Smith • stsmith@cde.ca.gov • 916.324.9939

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