Approximately 1200 students started failing 10200 after IT found a bug and corrected it.
This rule checks prior years for graduation codes.
When you see the error, you can search previous years in your SIS for G/W7 codes. You can also reach out to other schools on the student’s transcript.
One school may need to request a 915.
A 915 in AzEDS uses the same submission model as current year data in AzEDS, that is to say data is synced through the AzEDS API. Prior year datasets in AzEDS have a closed API. The 915 process opens a correction window through the API for specific students or schools. The external csv file outlined below is used as the filter to allow the open window in the API. For more information, please see:
Creating a AzEDS Technical Impact and File Specifications (CSV file) on the AzEDS website
915 Request for FY2016 deadline May 31
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4/17/2019 New Year Calendars cancelled due to delays in demonstration screen captures. In its place, we will provide written guidance and a video of changes to the AzEDS Instructional Calendar for FY 2020.
5/1/2019: School Finance New Charter Training *new
AzEDS Integrity rule 10200 fails a student in the current year membership that has already graduated.
The AzEDS IT team found and corrected a bug in rule 10200. Over 1,000 students with graduation codes in FY 2017 had not been failing 10200 in the current year when the students had graduated 2 years ago. Those students are failing 10200 this week.
If you have a student that has started failing rule 10200, check the student’s transcript to find prior schools to collaborate with and correct AzEDS data as needed.
For information about withdrawal codes and membership activity codes, please see the Graduation, Dropout, & Persistence Rate Tech Manual on the Accountability webpage.
Every month ADE uses student data submitted by LEAs to calculate Average Daily Membership (ADM) to use as a basis for state aid funding. LEAs submit student data to AzEDS and ADM is calculated in the ADM Calculation Engine (ACE). The student data must reside within AzEDS on time to be included in the scheduled Integrity and ACE processing for each month’s payment.
Data Capture Deadline, 5 p.m.
To be considered for:
August 13, 2019
Payment on September 3, 2019
September 10, 2019
Payment on October 1, 2019
October 8, 2019
Payment on November 1, 2019
November 5, 2019
Payment on December 2, 2019
December 3, 2019
Payment on January 2, 2020
January 7, 2020
Payment on February 3, 2020
February 4, 2020
Payment on March 2, 2020
March 3, 2020
Payment on April 1, 2020
April 7, 2020
Payment on May 1, 2020
May 5, 2020
Payment on June 1, 2020
June 2, 2020
Payment on June 30, 2020
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AzEDS Processing Schedule
Current year AzEDS Integrity will run at least five days per week, regardless of the monthly payment processing schedule. Integrity is scheduled every weeknight and will include data submitted to AzEDS up until 5 p.m. ACE is scheduled to run immediately after Integrity each run.
First Payments for Fiscal Year 2020
The first payment of the year will not be calculated using AzEDS ACE results. The August 1, 2019 payment will be based on Charter Estimated Counts for charter districts and FY 2019 ACE results for school districts.The second payment of the year will be calculated using AzEDS ACE results. The September 3, 2019 payment will use ACE results and will be dependent on a certified calendar that passes AzEDS Integrity. To allow time for certification of calendars, AzEDS for FY 2020 will be available starting May 1, 2019.
The FY 2019 Capital Transportation Adjustments were approved by the Arizona State Board of Education on February 25, 2019. These adjustments will be included on the April 1, 2019 APOR 55-1 as a “DAA Adjustment” on page 5. A list of adjustments can be seen below.