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Program
Title III

Percentage of English learners in Title III districts who attain proficiency

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Source: EDFacts File Specifications 050 and 138

Map Data Notes
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School Year State File Spec Data Group Data Topic Data Note
2021-2022 UTAH 138 675 Performance SEA to LEA Comparison: The number of Title III English learners participating in the State annual English language proficiency assessment reported at the SEA level is 17% different from the number of Title III English learners participating in the State annual English language proficiency assessment reported at the LEA level in FS138/DG675.
2021-2022 UTAH 138 675 Performance SEA to SCH Comparison: The number of Title III served English learners participating in the State annual English language proficiency assessment reported at the SEA level is 17% different from the number of Title III served English learners participating in the State annual English language proficiency assessment reported at the SCH level (FS138/DG675).
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Funding

Program funding over time

Participation

Number of English learners enrolled compared to English learners served over time.

Source: EDFacts File Specifications 116, 141; Data Groups 648, 678

Performance

Proficiency results of former English learners compared to all students and current English learners for mathematics and reading/language arts.

Source:  EDFacts File Specifications 050, 126, 175, 178; Data Groups 151, 668, 583, 584

Funding, Participation and Performance Data Notes
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School Year State File Spec Data Group Data Topic Data Note State Note
2021-2022 VERMONT 116 648, 849 Participation In 6 LEAs, data were not reported for Category Set A [Grade Level (Basic w/13), Language Instruction Educational Program Type] in FS116/DG849. The state did not collect information on LIEP program details in 2022. The state has implimented an LIEP program details data collection process started for the 2022-2023 school year.
2021-2022 WISCONSIN 116 648, 849 Participation In 51 LEAs, data were not reported for Category Set A [Grade Level (Basic w/13), Language Instruction Educational Program Type] in FS116/DG849. The WDPI is in process of redesigning the elemental crosswalk for LIEP reporting. The new crosswalk has been introduced during this year and will take effect in the 22-23 school year. We do anticipate some data changes while we adjust to provide new technical support to improve this data collection. This will include more extensive validations to determine why an LIEP has or in some cases has not been reported.
2021-2022 CALIFORNIA 116 648, 849 Participation In 3 LEAs, data were not reported for Category Set A [Grade Level (Basic w/13), Language Instruction Educational Program Type] in FS116/DG849.
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School Year State File Spec Data Group Data Topic Data Note State Note
2021-2022 MASSACHUSETTS 175, 178, 185, 188 583, 584, 588, 589 Performance Across file comparison [MATHEMATICS and READING/LANGUAGE ARTS]: The FS175/FS178 SCH number of students in the CWD subgroup(s) who took a(n) REGASSWOACC assessment and received a valid score does not equal the FS185/FS188 number of students who participated in the assessment for the following subjects and grades: - Mathematics: ALL, 6, 7, 8 - Reading/Language Arts: 6, 7, 8 The discrepancies range from 122 to 851 students, or 5.03 to 7.04%. Please note that in some cases, first year EL students will participate in MCAS exam, but may not receive a valid score. This process helps to familiarize EL students with the test. If the student receives a proficient score or better they receive a valid score; if they do not receive a proficient score, they are flagged as 1st year EL students and considered as participating.
2021-2022 MASSACHUSETTS 175, 185 583, 588 Performance Across file comparison [MATHEMATICS]: The FS175 SCH number of students who took a(n) assessment and received a valid score for GRADE(S) ALL does not equal the FS185 number of students who participated in the assessment for the following subgroup(s) and assessment types: - FCS: REGASSWACC, REGASSWOACC - EL: ALTASSALTACH - MHL: ALTASSALTACH The discrepancies range from 71 to 272 students, or 6.51 to 14.83%.
2021-2022 MASSACHUSETTS 175, 185 583, 588 Performance Across file comparison [MATHEMATICS]: The FS175 SCH number of students in the MHL subgroup(s) who took a(n) REGASSWACC assessment and received a valid score for GRADE(S) ALL, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10 does not equal the FS185 number of students who participated in the assessment. The discrepancies range from 740 to 5976 students, or 14.68 to 17.50%.