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Kelly Rizzi Director of School and District Support Shasta County Office of Education
CALPADS (Jeanette Spencer, BCOE) Submissions Two types of data Services and settings ELA/ELD Framework Activity- Chapter Two Designated ELD- Is… Is Not… ELPAC update (Holly Harding, BCOE)
CALPADS is the primary student data source used for STATE and FEDERAL reporting. ELs now generate $$ for Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) Title III LEP reporting to feds CAASPP (state assessments) for DataQuest Data reported in error can cost districts $$$
CALPADS Submissions Fall Data as of Census Day October 1 End of Year Cumulative Data July 1-June 30 Data submission occurs year-round but data are only “harvested” during the data submission cycles (There is no longer a spring submission.)
1. English Language Acquisition Status (ELAS) Data 2. EL Services (and Settings) Data
Student English Language Acquisition Status Effective on Census Day EO EL RFEP IFEP or TBD Primary Language Language used to determine whether or not a student should be given the CELDT
Student enrollment information (Enrollment/Exit) English Language Acquisition Status Code English Language Acquisition Status Start Date Primary Language Code
ELAS does not depend on where the student is enrolled ELAS stays the same for the student until a LOGICAL change is made (EL to RFEP, TBD to EL, etc.)
Who inputs this student data (ELAS) into your district’s student information system (i.e. Aeries)? In your district, is there a system in place to ensure: Sufficient communication between the EL Program director/teachers and the CALPADS data person? Data is monitored for accuracy?
Data connected to course instructional strategy (setting) Teacher assigned to the Course (and their credentials) Connected to District’s EL program ( i.e. bilingual program, sheltered English ) what program or service is being provided in the classroom by the teacher?
Education Service – Connected to course/teacher Primary Language Instruction and ELD Instruction and/or SDAIE Instruction ELD Instruction and SDAIE Instruction BUT not Primary Language Instruction ELD Instruction Only SDAIE Instruction Only Other English Learner Service: Any service that is not P1, ELD, or SDAIE
Instructional Strategy Code Structured English Immersion (SEI) and/or English Learner Mainstreaming (ELM) English Learner Mainstreaming (ELM) Alternative EL Program – Two-Way Immersion Alternative EL Program – Bilingual
Structured English Immersion (SEI): Students who score at less than reasonable fluency are placed in an SEI program and are taught overwhelmingly in English. Some assistance may be provided in the primary language. Students are taught ELD and other core subjects by authorized teachers using district-adopted textbooks and supplementary materials. Instruction is based on ELD and grade-level content standards.
English Language Mainstream (ELM): Students who score at reasonable fluency in English are placed in an ELM program. They are taught ELD and other core subjects by authorized teachers using district-adopted textbooks and supplementary materials. Instruction is based on ELD and grade-level content standards. Students receive any additional instruction needed for them to be reclassified as fluent English proficient.
Alternative Program (ALT): Students with an approved “Parental Exception Waiver”**** are taught core subjects in their primary language. They receive instruction in ELD in English. Teachers must receive special training to work in such a program. They use district- adopted textbooks and supplementary instructional materials. Instruction is based on ELD and grade-level content standards. Students receive any additional instruction needed for them to be reclassified as fluent English proficient.
With a partner, decide who will find statements describing what ELD is and who will find statements describing what ELD is not in the excerpt from Chapter 2. Read the excerpt describing designated ELD, marking the text according to your role. Transfer your notations to the T-chart and discuss your findings with your partner.
Pilot Items : 2015-2016 Field Test: 2016-2017 Operational: 2017-2018 Stakeholder involvement opportunities: Vote on assessment window choices (December) Item writing Field test sites Standards setting Cut score validation ELPAC Technical Advisory Group If you’d like to get involved or ask questions: firstname.lastname@example.org