Data Quality Validation Integrity rule -51002 will be pushed to production this week. This new rule is a continuation of the agency’s effort to ensure clean data for the state. Exceptional Student Services (ESS) has created a new one-sheet Integrity Tool now available on the ESS AzEDS SPED Reporting webpage with troubleshooting tips for Integrity Rule -51002.
Both a Home and Mailing address are expected for each site enrollment reported by your LEA. This will provide ESS with the ability to ensure that special education services can continue if educational programs are disrupted by a change of boundaries based on residence changes. Submission of this data will also support the accuracy of the information ADE continues to submit to DES for the purposes of distributing P-EBT (Arizona Pandemic-Electronic Benefit Transfer) cards.
Student site enrollments missing Home, Mailing, or both addresses will fail rule -51002. Student addresses are submitted at the site level. If your LEA is reporting the student at multiple sites, both a Home and Mailing address for the student must be reported for each site. This will allow both addresses to remain intact during the school site level deduplication process. Failing this rule will not affect state-aid.
This new Data Quality Validation Integrity category is now available on your INTEG15 report under the Integrity Category dropdown. Selecting only this category will show any students failing this rule for your LEA. You can validate student address data using the STUD10 report by selecting the Data Type of Student Address Information.
Please utilize HelpDesk to submit questions regarding this rule.