Archive — Month: November 2019

Published: November 26th, 2019

DATA UPDATE: The October 1 Enrollment Data Deadline is 5:00 p.m. on January 15, 2020

To ensure compliance with federal reporting and program requirements for the fiscal year 2020, the Arizona Department of Education (ADE) is collecting data for students enrolled on October 1, 2019. Reports will be prepared using enrollment data that has been submitted by Arizona school districts, charter schools, and other public education agencies (PEAs) via their [Read more…]

Published: November 15th, 2019

DATA UPDATE: AzEDS Data Reporting Changes: Proportionate Share Preschool Services Code PJ Removed from AzEDS; Tuition Payer Code Changes

The Arizona Department of Education, Exceptional Student Services (ADE/ESS), has received clarification, including feedback from the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, regarding proportionate share services specific to preschool students. Clarification was sought on whether proportionate share services could be used for parentally private-placed students who are enrolled in a preschool program that is not a part [Read more…]

Published: November 14th, 2019

DATA UPDATE: New AzSAFE opening for Discipline Data Collection and now called ESS Discipline Data Collection

AzSAFE has reopened under a new application effective November 4, 2019, for special education discipline data collection. As Arizona transitions to a new standard for special education data only, AzSAFE has been renamed to ESS Discipline Data Collection. This information is required under Section 618 of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. Please see this [Read more…]

Published: November 13th, 2019

SPED PROCEDURE INFO: Indicator 8 Parent Involvement Survey is Open

Dear Special Education Directors, All school districts and charter schools are required to annually administer the State Performance Plan Indicator 8: Parent Involvement Survey. The survey is open now through May 31, 2020. NEW! Districts will distribute login codes to parents of their Private Day/Tuitioned-out students. Students over 18 years-of-age will take the survey, unless [Read more…]