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1 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Features, Code Mappings and User Access Essential 2

2 Who’s Supposed to Be Here Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 LEA Administrator and Individuals assigned to CALPADS maintenance Supervisor of staff assigned to CALPADS 2

3 Training Sequence Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 CALPADS Data Coordinator Orientation Essential 2: Interface & Administration Essential 3: Data Submission Fall 1Fall 2 Data Population Fall 2 Reporting and Certification End of Year 1 & 4End of Year 2 & 3 Essential 4: Anomalies 3

4 Courtesy Guidelines Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Mute yourself HOLD Silence cellphones Name & LEA 1 conversation at a time 4

5 Agenda Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 CALPADS Functionality (2a) p. 7 Local Code Mapping (2c) – p.101 Getting Started (2e) – p. 158 Security (2b) - p. 59 Reports and Extracts (2d) – p

6 Course Description COURSE OBJECTIVES Participants will understand  the flow of data through CALPADS  how the portal Home Page can assist in managing tasks  where main activities are accessed from the menu  how the navigation features work  how to set up user accounts  how to translate local codes into CALPADS codes  the available views of reports and extracts  how to get help with the operation of the application  the steps for getting started Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31,

7 7 CALPADS Functionality 2a

8 This section includes the following  Application Components  Application Organization  Application Navigation Aids  Key Points  Portal Overview Demonstration Contents Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31,

9 APPLICATION DESIGN Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31,

10 Application Design SYSTEM INTERACTIONS CALPADS is designed to interact with  End-users  LEA users  School users  State users  Other systems  LEA systems  System interfaces  CDE systems  Assessment vendors Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31,

11 Application Design UsersInteractions LEA User  Manage Statewide Student Identifier (SSID), enrollment, state reporting, and assessment data  Validate data submitted  Certify data for state reporting  Administer users (within LEA) School User  Manage SSID, enrollment, state reporting, and assessment data  Validate data submitted State User  Manage state reporting, work flow, and data collection indows  Manage expected schools  Administer users (state accounts and LEA Administrator accounts)  Administer data (submission, workflows, metadata, reference data, etc.  Mange external data requests in compliance with state and federal privacy laws (Family Educational Rights Privacy Act [FERPA], etc.) SYSTEM INTERACTIONS (cont) CALPADS manages different interactions Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31,

12 Application Design Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, SYSTEM COMPONENTS

13 Application Design SYSTEM COMPONENTS (cont) Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31,

14 Application Design SYSTEM COMPONENTS (cont) Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31,

15 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Application Design KEY FEATURES  Web-Based System –Accessible to authorized users via the Internet –Available from any workstation –Requires no digital certificate –Available: (http://www.cde.ca.gov/ds/sp/cl/calpadshours.asp)http://www.cde.ca.gov/ds/sp/cl/calpadshours.asp –Supported browsers IE 8.0+ (desktop version) Firefox (latest desktop version) Google Chrome (latest desktop version) Safari (latest desktop version)  Longitudinal Data Capture –History of data is stored in a manner that enables point-in-time reporting  Comprehensive Detail Data –Individual student/staff level data replacing aggregate data where appropriate –Complete student profile and enrollment history 15

16 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Application Design  Comprehensive Views of Data – Views of current data in ODS and certified data in Snapshot – Online views of exception reports (rejected records) – Views of data submitted available prior to posting and prior to certification – User configurable reporting – User configurable data downloads/extracts KEY FEATURES (cont.) 16

17 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 APPLICATION ORGANIZATION 17

18 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Application Organization  Ongoing Student Enrollment –SSIDs can be assigned and students can be enrolled at any time  Scheduled Data Collections and Certifications –Submission are schedule and the status is tracked  Managed User Interactions –Portal organizes interactions and provides one point of entry –Workflows structure the submission and approval of data –Access is controlled by the user’s role  Multiple Methods of Data Submission –Students can be entered individually online –Multiple students can be submitted using batch files ORGANIZATION DESIGN The organization of CALPADS is designed to support 18

19 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Application Organization  Home – View a dashboard of system and general notifications relating to the operation of CALPADS  SSID Enrollment – Perform student enrollment processes: SSID assignment and entry of enrollment, student information, & program data PORTAL MENUS The functions of CALPADS are organized on a Portal with a series of tabs. These tabs allow an authorized user to move between system functions in order to perform specific tasks or to retrieve information. User 19

20 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Application Organization  State Reporting –Manage scheduled data collection processes, including data maintenance, data submission, and data certification  Assessment ( Not supported at this time ) –Manage the submission of test results by assessment vendors  File Submissions (Not available at this time) –Manage all file submissions, including SSID/Enrollment and State Reporting, from a single location  Reports –Access reports and data extracts PORTAL MENUS (cont) User 20

21 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Application Organization  Administration – Administer user security for local accounts and map local codes to CALPADS codes – View Direct Certification results  Help – View help tools such the CALPADS User Manual – Submit Service Desk Request  ? – View context-sensitive online help PORTAL MENUS (cont.) User 21

22 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Application Navigation Aides AidDescription Breadcrumb Trail  Appears at the top left of each page showing the path that the user has taken to get to the current page. Each entry in the bread crumb trail signifies a tab, link, or button that the user has selected in reaching the current point, with the location in bold letters. Dropdown Lists  Displays a list of valid data for that field. The dropdown list is generally used for shorter lists of data. Filter Options  Provides LEAs the option of refining the data displayed in order to locate the information needed easier. Search Functions  Allows you to search for student and staff and includes the use of Wildcard searches (*). Lookup Function  Allows LEAs to search for the correct value for the field and select the value to populate the box. Generally used for longer lists of data. 22

23 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Application Navigation Aides AidDescription Page Function  Allows the user to move efficiently through the data and to provide an indication of the subset of data the user is currently viewing. Shows the current page being displayed and the total number of pages for that list. The user may select a page number to view. Calendar Tool  Allows the user to view a pop-up calendar and select the appropriate date for a field. Column Sort  Allows the user to sort the displayed records based upon the data in a column. This can be in ascending or descending order Reveal Button  Is provided for a number of applications within CALPADS. When the reveal button is displayed, it indicates there is additional information that is available to the user about the process you are attempting to perform. When the user clicks on the Reveal button, the information is displayed. Click again to hide the information. Navigation Aides (cont.) 23

24 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Application Navigation Aids BREADCRUMB TRAIL  Breadcrumb trail records the path taken to arrive at the current screen  The items in the trail can be selected to return to a previous screen Note that the breadcrumbs should be used instead of the browser back button 24

25 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Application Navigation Aids DROPDOWN LISTS  Dropdowns display available options for selections 25

26 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Application Navigation Aids FILTER OPTIONS  Filters allow configured views of data  Data is presented based on the selections made from the dropdowns, which indicate the data available 26

27 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Application Navigation Aids SEARCH FUNCTIONS The wildcard * is accepted for names in this Search  Search function finds data based on the selection criteria  All data that meet the criteria are presented Note that the Search By Demographics is faster when more fields are entered; however in order to return a result, the data entered must be an exact match 27

28 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Application Navigation Aids LOOKUP FUNCTION  Lookups displays the valid values for the field  The selected value populates the field Values are displayed that begin with the letter of the alphabet selected 28

29 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Application Navigation Aids PAGE FUNCTION These aids allow you to  Adjust number of displayed records  Navigate through pages of records 29

30 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Application Navigation Aids CALENDAR TOOL  A calendar displays when the icon is clicked  The calendar date selected populates the field 30

31 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Application Navigation Aids COLUMN SORT  The values in a column are sorted with a double click  The sorted values are noted with the red triangle, indicating either ascending or descending sort 31

32 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Application Navigation Aids REVEAL BUTTON  The values relating to the data shown are hidden  Clicking the Reveal Button shows the values relating to the originally shown data Reveal buttons display and hide data 32

33 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 KEY POINTS 33

34 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Summary  Data entry and data access can be accomplished in multiple ways  Data can be entered and maintained at any time  Many different views of the data are available KEY POINTS – Application and Features 34

35 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 PORTAL OVERVIEW DEMONSTRATION 35

36 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Portal Overview Demonstration LOGIN PAGE A User ID and Password are required to enter CALPADS After 3 unsuccessful attempts to login, CALPADS will lock you out for 10 minutes. 36

37 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Portal Overview Demonstration HOMEPAGE The Homepage provides a dashboard of system and general notifications relating to the operation of CALPADS 37

38 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Portal Overview Demonstration HOMEPAGE (cont.) This section will provide the user of the status of data submissions … The status of the LEAs anomalies will display in this section … This section will notify the user of important upcoming events related to CALPADS This section will display notifications generated by CALPADS such as the creation of an enrollment in another LEA that overlaps the SSID’s enrollment in your LEA 38

39 Portal Overview Demonstration Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Note that each menu offers selections from sub-menus as a landing page that provides access to all of the sub- functions 39

40 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Portal Overview Demonstration SSID ENROLLMENT The SSID Enrollment menu accesses functions that manage the entry and the maintenance of data for CALPADS enrollment, which includes SSID School Enrollment Student Information Student Programs Student English Acquisition 40

41 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Portal Overview Demonstration The SSID Enrollment menu provides access to  Online Maintenance - Data entry and maintenance is performed online for one SSID at a time  Manage Submissions - Data entry and maintenance is performed with input files for batches of SSIDs  Anomaly Reports- An SSID’s enrollments that contain suspected irregularities are reported SSID ENROLLMENT 41

42 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Portal Overview Demonstration The Online Maintenance menu accesses functions to assign/locate an SSID and complete a student’s enrollment with all of the needed information SSID ENROLLMENT (cont) Locate an existing SSID… Assign an initial SSID Enroll a student in a school Enter student information Enter programs … 42

43 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Portal Overview Demonstration The Manage Submissions menu accesses functions to load data in batch SSID ENROLLMENT (cont) 43

44 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Portal Overview Demonstration  Either SIS generated input files or manually produced Excel spreadsheets can be uploaded  Viewing the Submission Status accesses the ability to SSID ENROLLMENT (cont) – View Rejected Records – Manage the SSID Candidate List (i.e. Confirming Identifiers) – Post passed records 44

45 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Portal Overview Demonstration The Anomaly Reports menu accesses functions to  View and correct anomalies  View the % of enrollments involved in anomalies SSID ENROLLMENT (cont.) 45

46 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Portal Overview Demonstration The Anomalies reported are SSID ENROLLMENT (cont.)  Multiple Identifiers (MIDS) - Two or more SSIDs having exactly matching or very similar demographics  Exit Reason Discrepancies (ERDs) - inconsistency between exit reason & subsequent enrollment status  Concurrent Enrollments (CCEs) - more than one enrollment considered as “Primary” at the same time 46

47 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Portal Overview Demonstration STATE REPORTING The State Reporting functions manage the maintenance of data in preparation for an upcoming data submission… EOY1 EOY2 EOY3 EOY4 FALL 1 FALL 2 47

48 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Portal Overview Demonstration STATE REPORTING The State Reporting menu tab provides access to  Online Maintenance – Data entry and maintenance is performed online  Manage Submissions – Data entry and maintenance is performed with batch input files  Manage Certifications – Certification reports are reviewed and data is certified as accurate 48

49 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Portal Overview Demonstration T he Online Maintenance menu accesses functions to STATE REPORTING (cont)  Locate an existing student’s data  Maintain an existing student’s enrollment, student information, programs, and English Language Acquisition  Enter course data and maintain it  Enter a staff member  Locate a staff member and maintain staff member’s data  Enter discipline data and maintain it Note that SSID Enrollment, Student Information and Student Program data for existing students can be entered either in SSID Enrollment or State Reporting at anytime. 49

50 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Portal Overview Demonstration The Manage Submissions menu accesses functions to  Load batch enrollment data from either SIS generated input files or from manually produced excel spreadsheets  Complete the batch load, including STATE REPORTING (cont) – Viewing the status of the submission – Managing the rejected records – Posting the passed records 50

51 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Portal Overview Demonstration The Manage Certifications menu accesses functions to  View reports that display data to be certified  View the status of a certification  View the records that did not pass the certification edits  View the anomaly % for the certification data  Certify the data  Decertify data, if necessary STATE REPORTING (cont.) 51

52 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Portal Overview Demonstration The Reports menu accesses these functions  Submission Reports  Reports that display data from uploaded files are listed  ODS Reports – Reports that display data from the ODS are listed  Extracts – Extracts are listed that are available to download data from the ODS Snapshot Reports – Reports that display data from Certification are listed REPORTS 52

53 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Portal Overview Demonstration REPORTS (cont.) These reports access data from the ODS Each report offers filters to configure the data 53

54 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Portal Overview Demonstration REPORTS (cont.) The Extracts menu accesses pre-defined files for downloading ODS data  SSID Extract  Candidate List  Rejected Records  Replacement SSIDs  ODS Extracts  Direct Certification Each extract offers filters to configure the data 54

55 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Portal Overview Demonstration ADMINISTRATION The Administration menu provides access to ….  User Security  Local Code Mapping  Manage User Profile  List of Excluded Schools  View Direct Certification Status  View Assessment Event Status 55

56 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Portal Overview Demonstration HELP The Help menu provides access to ….  CALPADS Error List  CALPADS User Guides  User Manual  LEA Operational Manual  CALPADS Quick Start 56  Batch File Templates Download  Service Desk Request Form  Manage Assessments  FAQ Error List, User Manual, LEA Operations Manual, Quick Start Guides, FAQ, and Service Request Context-sensitive help explains the use of the current page

57 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, Security 2b

58 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 This module includes the following:  Overview of Security  User Account Management  Password Management  Security Management  Key Points  Security Management Demonstration Contents 58

59 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Overview of User Security 59

60 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Overview CALPADS security begins at login. A User ID and Password are required to gain access … 60

61 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 USER ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT 61

62 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 User Account Management A User ID and Password are assigned to a user when a CALPADS User Account is set up. The User Account controls access to CALPADS data and functionality. The following are required to set up an account:  User’s Name – the name of the individual who will have access to CALPADS  User ID – the ID used to sign into CALPADS. It is assigned by the LEA CALPADS Administrator. It can only contain 20 characters total. The recommended format is FirstInitialLastName.CDCode with the FirstInitialLastName containing only 12 characters. USER ACCOUNTS 62

63 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 User Account Management The following are required to set up an account (cont):  – the user’s address to which CALPADS will send a temporary password  Phone Number – the user’s phone number and extension  Security Level – which controls the level of the data that can be accessed by the user  User Roles – one or more roles which control the type of data or function that can be accessed by the user USER ACCOUNTS (cont.) 63

64 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Overview The Security Levels in CALPADS, which control the level of data that can be accessed by LEAs, are  School – view data for one or more schools with LEA  LEA – view data from all schools within LEA  Security level LEA does not imply this is the LEA Administrator role USER SECURITY ACCOUNTS (cont) 64

65 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Overview RoleDescription LEA Administrator Provides access to all functionality for an LEA user, excluding Certifier, Direct Certification, and Anomaly contact roles AllProvides access to all SSID enrollment and State Reporting functionality SSID OnlineProvides functionality to create and manage SSID Enrollment and State Reporting records using the online interface BatchProvides functionality to create and manage SSID enrollment and State Reporting records using the batch upload interface USER SECURITY ACCOUNTS (cont) The user security Roles in CALPADS, which control the type of data or function accessible, are …. 65

66 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Overview RoleDescription BatchNoPostProvides the same functionality as “Batch” role with the exception of the user not being able to perform the final post to the ODS SearchProvides ability to only search for a specific SSID and view the results - a read-only role SENR ReportsProvides access to run and view reports only Direct Certification Provides functionality to manage Direct Certification data Free Reduced Lunch Provides functionality to create and manage Free and Reduced Lunch data Student Information Provides functionality to create and manage student demographic data USER SECURITY ACCOUNTS (cont) 66

67 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Overview RoleDescription Student ProgramProvides functionality to create and manage student program data Student English Language Acquisition Provides functionality to create and manage English Language Acquisition data Data Collection Certifier Allows access to the certification capability in State Reporting Superintendent Certifier Allows access to the certification capability in State Reporting Anomaly ContactIdentifies the individual serving as the LEA contact for anomalies USER SECURITY ACCOUNTS (cont) Additional roles exist that control functions only …. The combination of a Security Level and a Role determines a user’s access rights and enables the user to perform necessary tasks within CALPADS. 67

68 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 User Account Management USER ACCESS RIGHTS The combination of a Security Level and a Role determines a user’s access rights and enables the user to perform necessary tasks within CALPADS. For example a typical LEA User will be created with a Security Level of “LEA” and be assigned user roles based on their local CALPADS responsibilities. If the user is only responsible for submitting the LEA’s enrollment data to CALPADS, the user might be assigned the “BatchNoPost” role. For a user expected to have limited interaction with CALPADS, multiple roles could be assigned such as (e.g. BatchNoPost and Online). However, when a certain access right is intended for a user (e.g., SSID Online), it is not necessary to assign other roles that are encompassed in the broader role, such as Search. If both roles are assigned to the user, CALPADS allows access based on the role with the most functionality. 68

69 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Overview USER SECURITY ACCOUNTS (cont.) Access Rights to Multiple schools An LEA user can have access rights to multiple schools. A school user can have access rights to multiple schools. There are two options for setting up access to multiples:  Define the rights within one User Account; however the access rights must be the same for all LEAs  Define multiple User Accounts for one user 69

70 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Overview ADMINISTRATOR ROLE The creation of users within the application is controlled by the system administrator role.  LEA Administrator  Can create LEA level users and school level users  Applies for and receives a system Administrator account (which is assigned the LEA Administrator role) and a password from the CDE Note: LEA CALPADS Administrators who intend to do more than assign access rights (e.g. updating student information, enrollment, and program data) should create a daily account for these non-security related functions. 70

71 Overview Review Security Report 1. Log in to CALPADS with an LEA Administrator account 2. From the Admin Menu, click “User Security” 3. Click on Security Reports – Security – Roles by User – Security – Users By Role 4. Review the Account Status column 1. “Active” means the user can log in and perform functions associated with the current roles assigned. 2. “Revoked” means the user can no longer log in with that User ID. 3. Determine whether any user access needs to be revoked 1. Always remove the Anomaly Contact role before revoking a the user account Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 ADMINISTRATOR RESPONSIBILITY 71

72 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 User Account Management USER ACCOUNT ASSIGNMENTS Assign user accounts to the individuals who …  are designated to accomplish the tasks associated with the ongoing preparation, submission, maintenance, and approval of data within CALPADS  require access to the reports and data CALPADS offers Assign accounts that allow access appropriate to the individual’s responsibility 72

73 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 PASSWORD MANAGEMENT 73

74 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Password Management PASSWORD CREATION Password Rules:  Be at least 8 characters and up to 15 characters in length  Contain at least one uppercase letter  Contain at least one lowercase letter  Contain at least one of the following non-alphanumeric characters: # $ ^ & * - = _ + ? Password Expiration:  After 90 days, users are prompted to change passwords, selecting one that has not been used for the last 6 passwords Once an account is set up, the user receives an with a temporary password. It must be changed when the user first signs into CALPADS. 74

75 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Password Management PASSWORD RETRIEVAL To receive a password from the Forgot Password link on the login page, a user must complete the security questions in the CALPADS User Profile. Once the account is verified, the user receives an with a temporary password. It must be changed when the user first signs into CALPADS. 75

76 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 SECURITY MANAGEMENT 76

77 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Security Management LEA CALPADS ADMINISTRATOR The CALPADS Administrator for the LEA applies for and receives an Administrator account from the CDE. This account allows access to CALPADS security for granting access rights. Note: LEA CALPADS Administrators who intend to do more than assign access rights (e.g. updating student information, enrollment, and program data) should create a separate local user account for themselves with roles that will allow the accomplishment of these non-security related functions. The creation of users within the application is controlled by the LEA Administrator role. LEA CALPADS Administrators can create LEA level users and school level users 77

78 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 SECURITY MANAGEMENT DEMONSTRATION 78

79 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Overview CALPADS security begins at login. A User ID and Password are required to gain access… 79

80 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 User Account Management CREATE NEW USER New user accounts are created on the User Security screen, accessed from the Administration menu 80

81 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 User Account Management CREATE NEW USER Enter the user’s information and Security Level …. Click “Create User” … If “School” is the level chosen, the LEA field appears under the User Level selection The User ID may only contain 20 characters total. The recommended format is … FirstInitialLastName.CDCode with the FirstInitialLastName containing only 12 characters … Enter information about the user User’s password will be ed to address entered here Autopost, a batch processing capability, can be added later … Select the User Security Level ( Only LEA and School available to an LEA) 81

82 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 User Account Management CREATE NEW USER (cont) The Roles pane appears when the Security Level is selected …. If “LEA” Level was selected above, the LEA of the LEA Administrator is defaulted. A State Administrator can locate an LEA with the Lookup function If “School” level was selected, “Select School” will appear here. Enter the school, using the Lookup function …. Click the “Assign Role(s)” button. The role now appears in the Assigned Role list. Click “Remove Role(s) if a role is to be eliminated …. Click “Save Select role or roles to be assigned …. 82

83 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 User Account Management DUPLICATE A USER’S ROLES Once a user is successfully added, the same account capabilities can be duplicated for another user …. Click “Duplicate” 83

84 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 User Account Management New screen CREATE ANOTHER USER Once a user is successfully added, another user can be set up with different capabilities also … Click “Reset/Add Another User” 84

85 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 User Account Management SEARCH/MAINTAIN EXISTING USER Enter any user information including an * (wildcard) to locate all accounts for a user…. Enter at least one of the information fields …. Click “Search” 85

86 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 User Account Management SEARCH/MAINTAIN EXISTING USER (cont) Each of the user’s accounts is listed …. Click the User Name to display account information 86

87 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 User Account Management SEARCH/MAINTAIN EXISTING USER (cont) A user’s account can be changed after clicking on “Edit” button Click “Edit” 87

88 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 User Account Management SEARCH/MAINTAIN EXISTING USER (cont.) The fields are no longer grey. The account information can now be changed. 88

89 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Password Management 89

90 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Password Management CHANGE PASSWORD (cont) To change the password, enter the current password and a new password. Confirm the new password. Click “Submit” 90

91 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Password Management RETRIEVE PASSWORD – Password expiration notification Enter the User ID and click “Forgot Password?” A forgotten password can be retrieved … 91

92 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Password Management RETRIEVE PASSWORD (cont.) Once security questions are answered correctly, a temporary password is ed to the user (function not available if password has expired) … Select each security questions and provide the answer given during the set- up of the User Profile 92

93 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Password Management SET UP USER PROFILE Security questions are set up when the initial user account is defined … Select “Manage User Profile” 93

94 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Password Management SET UP USER PROFILE (cont.) Click “Submit” Select 2 security questions and provide answers … The User Profile function provides for setting up security questions which are used when a password is retrieved … 94

95 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Password Management RESET PASSWORD A user’s password can be reset through User Security by the LEA Administrator Select “User Security” 95

96 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Password Management RESET PASSWORD (cont.) Click “Reset Password” … Search for the user … 96

97 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Password Management REVOKE ACCOUNT A user’s account can be revoked through User Security by LEA Administrator Select “User Security” 97

98 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Password Management REVOKE ACCOUNT (cont.) Search for the user’s account …. Click “Revoke” … 98

99 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, Local Code Mapping 2c

100 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 This course includes the following:  Overview of Code Mapping  Add New Code Mapping  Maintain Existing Code Mapping  Delete Existing Code Mapping  Summary Contents 100

101 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 OVERVIEW OF CODE MAPPING 101

102 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Overview PURPOSE OF CODE MAPPING Define which local codes correspond each to CALPADS code so the school can submit local codes School’s local code for Kindergarten CALPADS code for Kindergarten * Code mapping is only necessary for local codes that differ from CALPADS codes 102

103 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Overview It is the responsibility for the LEA Administrator to manage the mapping of local codes; however the task can be performed by a designee who has been assigned the security role that allows access to the “Manage Local Codes” functionality. RESPONSIBILITY FOR CODE MAPPING 103

104 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Overview Code mapping can  Simplify the data submission process  Save time  Minimize the potential for error in submitting data that is not stored in the local SIS BENEFITS OF CODE MAPPING 104

105 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Overview CODES THAT CAN BE MAPPED Code Sets Career Technical Education Pathway Non Classroom Based or Support Assignment Course Group StateRace Category Disability CategorySchool Completion Status Education ProgramState/Province Enrollment StatusStudent Exit Category Grade LevelStudent Offense LanguageWeapon Category 105

106 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 ADD NEW CODE MAPPING 106

107 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Accessing Code Mapping Local code mapping is an administrative function available from the Administration menu LOCATE “MANAGE LOCAL CODES” Select “Manage Local Codes” from the Administration Menu 107

108 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Add New Code Mapping IDENTIFY CODE SET TO MAP Code sets are stored by School Year 108

109 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Add New Code Mapping IDENTIFY CODE SET TO MAP (cont) Code sets are stored by LEA The LEA for which you are authorized will display 109

110 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Add New Code Mapping IDENTIFY CODE SET TO MAP (cont.) Sets of reference codes are defined by CDE for CALPADS to ensure consistency of reporting … Select a Code Set and Click “Search” to reveal the valid codes 110

111 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Add New Code Mapping MAP TO STATE CODE Each Local Code is associated with a State Code … Enter a local code 111

112 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Add New Code Mapping MAP TO STATE CODE (cont) Only the values defined for the Code Set can be entered … Select a State Code and Click “Add” 112

113 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Add New Code Mapping MAP TO STATE CODE (cont.) The mapping is added for the Academic Year selected … The mapped code is now saved 113

114 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 MAINTAIN EXISTING CODE MAPPING 114

115 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Maintain Existing Code Mapping EDIT A LOCAL CODE MAPPING Access “Manage Local Codes” and select the code to edit … Click “Edit” beside the code 115

116 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Maintain Existing Code Mapping EDIT A LOCAL CODE MAPPING (cont) Change either the Local Code or State Code or both … Click Save Note the Local Code is changed from LANG-Eng Lit to LANG-Eng L … 116

117 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Maintain Existing Code Mapping EDIT A LOCAL CODE MAPPING (cont.) The code is saved … Note the changed Local Code 117

118 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Maintain Existing Code Mapping DELETE A LOCAL CODE MAPPING Access “Manage Local Codes” and select the code to delete … Click “Delete” beside the code to be removed 118

119 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Maintain Existing Code Mapping DELETE A LOCAL CODE MAPPING (cont.) The code is deleted … 119

120 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Summary  Code mapping is optional  The CALPADS code sets are available under “System Documentation” on the CDE website at KEY POINTS – LOCAL CODE MAPPING 120

121 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, Reports and Extracts 2d

122 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 This module includes the following:  Overview of Reports and Extracts  Reporting Features  CALPADS Reports  CALPADS Extracts  Summary Contents 122

123 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 OVERVIEW OF REPORTS AND EXTRACTS 123

124 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Overview These capabilities include  Reports that show aggregate counts of data as well as detail data  Reports that show input validation and certification errors  Extracts of data that are pre-defined to provide key data  User-selected filters and configurations for reports and extracts Capabilities exist within CALPADS that assist in  Analyzing data  Validating and reconciling CALPADS data 124

125 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 REPORTING FEATURES 125

126 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Reporting Features REPORT SECTIONS 1-Set Filters: Make selections to control which data you see Reports are divided into 5 sections Comments can be entered and will appear in the report footer 2-Configure View: Adjust the view using these fields for IE only 3-Data References: Displays report title, timeframes, and entity selections made in Section Report: Data resulting from the filters 5-Footer: Summary of filters selected in Section 1 126

127 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Reporting Features DATA FILTERS & COMMENTS Report data is filtered by user selection to control the resulting report data The user can enter comments that appear in the footer of the report 127

128 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Reporting Features VIEWING AID - PAGING TOOL Long reports with multiple pages can be viewed by using the paging tool available 128

129 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Reporting Features VIEWING AID - ZOOM The report can be increased or reduced in size for Internet Explorer 129

130 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Reporting Features VIEWING AID - SEARCH FOR DATA Text in the report can be searched for using specified criteria 130

131 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Reporting Features VIEWING AID - DATA EXPORT Data can be extracted in multiple formats Note: Excel and.pdf are generally considered to be the most useful. Large reports recommended saving as a CSV and then imported into Excel. 131

132 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Reporting Features VIEWING AID - REVEAL The filter pane can be eliminated from the report view 132

133 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Reporting Features VIEWING AID - REFRESH Data can be refreshed when the filter pane is hidden. 133

134 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 CALPADS REPORTS 134

135 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Reports REPORT SOURCES There are four sources for reports:  The Submission Reports (submitted data)  The ODS (current data)  The Snapshot Database (certification data)  Certification Error Report  County/Authorizing LEA Reports 135

136 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Reports LIST OF ODS REPORTS 136 These reports are available to display current SSID Enrollment data in the ODS

137 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Reports LIST OF SNAPSHOT REPORTS These reports are available to display certification SSID Enrollment data in the Snapshot Database for Fall 1 These are the Certification Reports. They are reviewed and certified as accurate during the Certification Process These reports provide additional data to support the verification of data displayed on the Certification Reports 137

138 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Data Views REPORTS FOR BOTH DATABASES ODS Reports Snapshot Reports Some reports display data from either database Note that the Certification Reports (1.1, 1.6, 1.9) are available for both databases. You can view the status of the data in the ODS that will be captured in a Snapshot – long before the Snapshot is due. This allows you to monitor the data as it is loaded. Therefore, you don’t have to wait until a data collection begins before you can verify your data. 138

139 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Data Views SUMMARY AND DETAIL DATA Reports with aggregate data are supported by reports with detail data Click the link to access the school’s detail data report (below). It lists individual student data. Note that the detail report shows the same groups as the summary report. 139

140 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Report Views VARYING VIEWS OF THE SAME DATA The aggregate data on many reports can be disaggregated – This example disaggregates the enrollment reported on the Enrollment Report by Subgroup (1.1) The filters on this report allow the disaggregation to be viewed for the same subgroups that were reported on the aggregate Enrollment Report (1.1) Click the link to view the student list for this school. 140

141 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Report Views SORTED DATA Additional views of data are available by sorting the columns on the report – as in this example where the default sort is by SSID and the new sort is alphabetical Click here for ascending or descending sort 141

142 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Report Documentation USER MANUAL Title:Enrollment – Primary Status by Subgroup Number:1.1 Description:Reports the count of students with Enrollment Status Code of “Primary” by student subgroups at the school level Views/Type:ODS and Snapshot / Certification Links To:  Report 1.2 Enrollment - Primary Status Student List  Report 2.2 Title III Eligible Immigrants by Birth Country Links From:None Each report is documented in the User Manual with a picture of the report and this information. View indicates if a report can be viewed in the ODS, in the Snapshot Database, or in both. Type indicates whether the report is a Certification Report or a Supporting Report Links To indicates if the report accesses another report Links From indicates if the report can be accessed from another report 142

143 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 CALPADS EXTRACTS 143

144 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Extracts INVENTORY OF DATA EXTRACTS Data extracts are used to download data from the ODS. The following pre-defined data extracts are available …. - Student - English Language Acquisition (ELAS) - Information (SINF) - Foster ( currently not available) - Program (SPRG) - Discipline (SDIS) - Waivers (SWAV)  SSID Extract  Candidate List  Rejected Records  Replacement SSIDs Direct Certification  ODS Extracts - SSID Enrollment (SENR) - Staff Demographics (SDEM) - Staff Assignment (Staff) - Course Section (CRSE/CRSC) - Student Course Section (SCSE/SCSC) File formats are included in the CALPADS File Specifications 144

145 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Extracts INVENTORY OF DATA EXTRACTS Data extracts requested as follows …… 145

146 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Extracts SSID EXTRACT  Contains students assigned SSIDs in a CALPADS batch transaction  Can be downloaded from CALPADS for import into a local student information system  Can be filtered by  Grade Level  School 146

147 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Extracts REJECTED RECORDS  Contains records that failed validation  Can be filtered by  Submitter  School  Job ID 147

148 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Extracts CANDIDATE LIST  Contains candidates for SSID requests  Can be used to assist working on confirmations offline  Does not have filter options 148

149 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Extracts REPLACEMENT SSIDs  Contains SSIDs assigned during MID Anomaly resolution  Can be downloaded from CALPADS for import into a local student information system 149

150 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Extracts Request SSIDs Extract  Contains new SSIDs extract for SSIDs obtained online  Can be downloaded from CALPADS for import into a local student information system 150

151 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Extracts ODS EXTRACTS  Can be created for each of the file formats that can be submitted to CALPADS  Can be used for local data analysis or data reconciliation  Same format as the files submitted to CALPADS except there are two additional fields (upload date and last date updated)  Can not be used to upload data to CALPADS Note that the vendor for the local SIS may have provided the capability to use this file to determine what needs to be submitted to CALPADS. 151

152 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Extracts ODS EXTRACTS (cont)  The CALPADS Notification dashboard will notify the LEA, when the file is available for download. The file is retrieved from CALPADS. It is not transmitted via .  The selection criteria used to generate the ODS Download extract files follow on the next page. 152

153 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Extracts ODS EXTRACTS (cont) ItemRecord TypeSelection Criteria Options 1SSID Enrollment  Actively enrolled students (null Student School Exit Date)  Date range based on Student School start date and Student School Exit Date 2Student Information  Actively enrolled students (null Student School Exit Date)  Date range based on Student School start date and Student School Exit Date 3Student Program  Actively enrolled students (null Student School Exit Date)  Date range based on Student School start date and Student School Exit Date 4Student Discipline  Academic Year ID  Reporting LEA  School of Attendance 153

154 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Extracts ODS EXTRACTS (cont) ItemRecord TypeSelection Criteria Options 5Student English Language Acquisition  Actively enrolled student (Null Student School Exit Date)  ELAS Code  Status Date 6Student Waivers  Academic Year ID  Reporting LEA  School of Attendance 7Staff Demographics  Active Staff (no Staff Employment End Date)  Date Range based on Staff Employment Start date and Staff Employment End Date 8Staff Assignment  Academic Year ID  Reporting LEA  School of Assignment 154

155 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Extracts ODS EXTRACTS (cont.) ItemRecord TypeSelection Criteria Options 8Course Section  Course Enrollment, Academic Year ID, Reporting LEA, School of Course Delivery  Course Completion, Academic Year ID, Reporting LEA, School of Course Delivery 9Student Course Section  Course Enrollment, Academic Year ID, Reporting LEA, School of Course Delivery  Course Completion, Academic Year ID, Reporting LEA, School of Course Delivery 155

156 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Summary  The user can configure the reported data  Data extracts can assist comparing CALPADS data with local data  Some reports can display data from either the ODS or the Snapshot database. The ODS data is current data; the Snapshot data is certification data.  Data to be certified can be viewed in the ODS long before the certification process begins KEY POINTS – REPORTS AND EXTRACTS 156

157 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, Getting Started 2e

158 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014  Getting Started Guides  First Steps with CALPADS  Application Set-Up – Responsibility – Prerequisites – Activities to Perform  Key Points Contents 158

159 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 PREPARATION FOR CALPADS 159

160 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 First Steps 1.Obtain a CALPADS LEA Administrator Account 2.Complete the CALPADS application setup a.Setup CALPADS accounts b.Revoke CALPADS accounts if necessary c.Map local codes if necessary 3.Update your local student information system to enable it to produce files for the CALPADS batch process –or– begin collecting data for entry into the CALPADS Excel templates STEPS TO BEGIN 160

161 System Documentation Resources DocumentDescriptionSections CALPADS File Specifications (Forms) File layout and requirements for batch submission SENR, SINF, SPRG, SDIS, SWAV, SDEM, CSRC, SCSC, & SCTE tabs CALPADS Code SetsDetailed state code lists CALPADS Valid Code Combinations Matches up related codes CALPADS Error ListDetailed error message descriptions SENR, SINF, SPRG, SDIS, SWAV, SDEM, CSRC, SCSC, SCTE, EOY 1-4 tabs, Fall 1, Fall 2, EOY 1-4 Certification CALPADS Data GuideDetailed requirements CALPADS Calendar Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31,

162 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Preparation for CALPADS  Manage Security – Create User Accounts – Ensure User Profile is set up by each user  Manage System Codes (Optional) – Map local codes to CALPADS codes  Manage Anomaly Contacts – Assign roles for LEA/school contacts APPLICATION SET-UP Initial set-up of the LEA Administrator application includes the following 162

163 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Summary KEY POINTS – GETTING STARTED  Obtain the LEA Administrator account  Attend remaining trainings  Understand the scope of data required by CALPADS  can impact how the data is populated in SIS 163

164 Essential 2 - Features, Code Mappings and User Access v4.0, July 31, 2014 Support  CALPADS URL – https://www.calpads.ca.gov/  CALPADS Support – CALPADS Service Desk Request Form (preferred contact method) – –  CALPADS Operations Office (Admin. Account Support) – –  CALPADS-LEA Listserv (one-way) – Support Information 164

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