DATA MANAGEMENT ALERT
Update to Integrity Rule for FY 2022: -40031
An update to an integrity rule for FY 2022 will be introduced into the integrity process on SPED data shortly. This rule is a continuation of our effort to further validate SPED reporting to ensure clean data for the state.
A one-sheet Integrity Tool is available on our AzEDS SPED Reporting webpage for troubleshooting tips. An updated error message has been added to our SPED Integrity Rules Reference document and the change is referenced on the FY 2022 ESS Data Reporting Updates document.
PLEASE NOTE: This alert is not an indication your entity is failing this rule. Please check your INTEG15 report in the AzEDS Portal to determine if your entity is failing any SPED Integrity Rules.
Integrity Rule -40031
This rule validates SPED Needs reported for students attending Private Day Schools or Residential Treatment Centers are approved to service those needs according to the applications submitted by those entities.
This rule will now fail if an approved need ends the approval within the fiscal year. Students reported with needs beyond the approved end dates will fail the rule. This now aligns accurately with the approval date range within any given fiscal year of the private facility as required in the Arizona Administrative Code.
The approved list available on the Private Special Education Schools webpage will be updated to reflect the approved dates should any site lose their approval to service that need within the fiscal year.
Please contact [email protected] with any questions regarding this update.