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Student Reporting in Iowa is the Iowa Department of Education's initiative involving the transfer of individual student records. The mission of the project is to reduce data burden, encourage better decision-making by establishing and maintaining a cost effective method of accessing and transferring accurate and timely education information among school districts, postsecondary institutions and the Iowa Department of Education.

Underlying principles of the project include a commitment toward reduction of paper-based state reporting, building on existing technologies available to schools, a commitment toward the elimination of paper-based college transcripts, the adoption of a common basis for facilitating meaningful information exchange, and greater security of confidential student information.

High School Course Coding Workshop!

These workshops will provide hands-on time to update and correct high school course codes for your local system.  Many new high school SCED codes have been added and some SCED codes have been archived.  In addition, we will spend time clarifying Carnegie unit calculations and ‘sequencing’ (the last two digits of the SCED code).

Any and all involved with course coding of secondary courses (curriculum directors, guidance counselors, high school principals, etc.) are invited and encouraged to attend!

Registration  

In order for us to prepare your district’s materials and to best accommodate everyone, we are requiring registration for these workshops.

Date

Time

City

Location

March 27

8:30-11:30

Des Moines

Grimes Building

March 27

12:30-3:30

Des Moines

Grimes Building

March 29

9:00-Noon

Ottumwa

Great Prairie AEA

April 4

8:30-11:30

Storm Lake

Prairie Lakes AEA

April 4

12:30-3:30

Storm Lake

Prairie Lakes AEA

April 6

9:00-Noon

Council Bluffs

Green Hills AEA

April 10

9:00-Noon

Des Moines

Grimes Building

April 11

8:30-11:30

Cedar Rapids

Grant Wood AEA

April 11

12:30-3:30

Cedar Rapids

Grant Wood AEA

April 12

8:30-11:30

Cedar Falls

AEA 267

April 12

12:30-3:30

Cedar Falls

AEA 267

April 13

9:00-Noon

Clear Lake

AEA267

2016-2017 Dates to Remember

April 3: VRF test site opens
April 17: SRI/Assessment Accountability Preview (aka AYP) test sites opens
May 11: VRF/SRI test sites close
May 15: Spring VRF/SRI production sites open
June 20: Spring SRI certification deadline
June 21: Assessment Accountability Preview (aka AYP) certification deadline

Fall 2016 Regional Training Session Documents

Certified Enrollment and Supplementary Weighting

Fall BEDS 2016_17

FALL BEDS STAFF 2016_17

Graduate Verification 2016

Odds AND Ends

SRI 2016_2017

 

2016-2017 Documents

SRI Data Dictionary 2016-2017, Complete

SRI Data Dictionary Condensed 16-17

Add A Destination Location by Destination Code

Add B County Codes

Add C Language Codes

Add D Country Codes

Add E IPEDS Codes

ADD F Dropout Definition

ADD G_ELI and KG

ADD H_Off Site PK

ADD I_Service Providers_Facilities

ADD J_ Exit Code Guide

ADD K Course Coding Matrix

ADD L ELL Reporting Requirements

CE via SRI 2016-2017

SW via SRI

Quick Reference Data Elements & Codes, 2016-2017

Quick Reference Enrollment Period Data Elements & Codes, 2016-2017

VRF Process for Student Reporting using SIF

VRF Process for Student Reporting using Flat Files

 

Course Coding and Supplementary Weighting

Course Coding Matrix

Career Academy Minutes and SCED Codes (2016-10-10)

Course Coding Non-Secondary Level Courses (Required)

Complete List of Non-Secondary Course Codes

SCED Codes and Contact Minutes for Community College Courses Sept. 2016

Additional Secondary Level SCED Codes

FAQ Concurrent Enrollment (2011-04-27)

Supplementary Weighting Change Details (2011-04-25)

SYP Guidance

SCED Code Handout Updates (High School Level)

SCED Coding Handbook

Concurrent Enrollment vs PSEO Courses

Information for Vendors

Student Information System (SIS) vendors are asked to participate in the Iowa Department of Education Vendor Certification Process to ensure that school districts using their SIS may fully participate in Student Reporting in Iowa (SRI). During the certification process SRI staff review the SIS to ensure that the software

  • can produce an extract using the Department of Education (DE) specified formats and codes;
  • extract meets DE quality assurance standards through testing with predetermined outcomes; and
  • can import the State Student IDs.

2017

SRI 2017 Extract Specifications

SRI 2017 Changes For Vendors

SRI Data Dictionary 2017.vendor2

SRI 2017 Extract Order

 

2016

Vendor Extract Specifications 2016
Vendor SRI 2016 Changes For Vendors 2016
Vendor SRI Data Dictionary 2016
Vendor SRI Layout Order Extract 2016

 

Printed from the Iowa Department of Education website on March 27, 2017 at 2:13am.