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1 Reporting Student Data Early Middle Colleges

2 Educational Entity Master (EEM) https://cepi.state.mi.us/eem

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7 Michigan Student Data System (MSDS)  Report students in the approved entity providing EMC educational services High School Entity Program School Within a School Shared Educational Entity (SEE)

8 Michigan Student Data System (MSDS)  Program Participation Code

9 Michigan Student Data System (MSDS)  Will receive student-level error if entity is not flagged as Early/Middle College in EEM

10 Michigan Student Data System (MSDS)  Steps for fixing the error: Verify that the school/facility number is correct Verify that the entity is correct in EEM CEPI customer support

11 Michigan Student Data System (MSDS)  Incorrect Reporting Can Adversely Affect a Student’s Cohort Year Report EMC code in Program Participation EVERY time Program Code is the trigger to added cohort year

12  Graduation Exit Status Codes for EMC Participants 40 Graduated from a Middle College with both a high school diploma and an Associates Degree or other advanced certificate 41 Graduated from a Middle College with only a high school diploma Michigan Student Data System (MSDS)

13  Reporting the “5 th Year” Report Program Participation code Be consistent with grade!!

14 Reporting Course Information (TSDL)  High school credit earning courses MUST be reported by the district  College credit ONLY courses must be reported by the IHE (can also be reported by district)  Courses with BOTH high school & college credit must be reported by the district & also be reported by the IHE

15 Assessment & Accountability Reporting Early/Middle Colleges

16  Where do EMC students test at? Varies depending on the E/MC model… Assessment & Accountability Reporting

17 Student Testing Location by EMC Type Test Type: E/MC Type: School Wide School Ex: Early College Alliance School Within School Ex: Hemlock High School Early Middle College Program Ex: Merrill HS w/Partners: Merrill Inst., Delta College, GMCA ACT & WorkKeys Students Test at the E/MC School! College Alliance S-W-S S-W-S is separate ACT/SAT Test Center from “main” school. Students use test materials from S-W-S not “main” school. EC Test Center/Materials not Hemlock HS Center/ Materials Resident/Local High School! These should also be the Operating District and School! HS M-Step S-W-S Students use test materials from S-W-S not “main” school. EC Test Materials not Hemlock HS Materials MI-Access

18  Additional Option:  Sending Scores Back Program Assessment & Accountability Reporting

19 School Wide E/MCs & School Within School E/MCs (not E/MC programs) may desire to have the accountability reporting sent back to the students’ resident district, rather than remain with the ISD/district operating the facility/S-W-S. Sending Scores Back Program

20 Michigan’s accountability system can count E/MC students back at their resident districts if the facility/S-W-S applies for the “Sending Scores Back Program.” Sending Scores Back Program

21 For School Wide E/MCs or S-W-S E/MC only: Can apply annually late spring/early summer to become a Shared Educational Entity for Accountability and Reporting. Sending Scores Back Program

22 For School Wide E/MCs or S-W-S E/MC only: Students attending E/MC that’s also a SEE for Accountability contribute to resident districts’ accountability scorecards rather than E/MC building scorecard. School Wide E/MC or S-W-S E/MC itself does not receive a scorecard or Top-to-Bottom Ranking Sending Scores Back Program

23 For School Wide E/MCs or S-W-S E/MC only: School Wide E/MC or S-W-S E/MC itself does not receive a scorecard or Top-to-Bottom Ranking Sending Scores Back Program

24 Assessment & Accountability Reporting  Who gets E/MC Student Test Scores? Varies depending on the E/MC model and whether or not E/MC is a SEE for Accountability…

25 Where Results are Reported by EMC Type Assessment & Accountability Reporting Type: E/MC Type: School Wide School Ex: Early College Alliance School -In- School Ex: Meridian Early College High School Program Merrill HS w/Partners: Merrill Inst., Delta College, GMCA “Raw” Assessment Results Operating District & E/MC School Operating District & S-I-S Resident/Local High School This should also be the Operating District and School! School Scorecard Results Operating District & E/MC School** Operating District & S-I-S** Top-to-Bottom Ranking Results ** If the E/MC is also a SEE for Accountability, there won’t be an annual E/MC Scorecard and Ranking. Students in E/MC schools will contribute to the student’s Resident Districts and not to any one building.

26 Assistance with EEM, MSDS & Student Data Reporting (CEPI)  CEPI Customer Support (517) , option 3

27 Assistance with Accountability & Sending Scores Back (MDE)  Matt Gleason Office of Evaluation, Strategic Research and Accountability (517)

28 mi.gov/baa-accountability


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