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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

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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
2021-2022 VIRGINIA 141 678 Participation Category Set C [EL Enrolled] was not submitted for FS141/DG678 at the SEA/LEA/SCH level.
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School Year State File Spec Data Group Data Topic Data Note State Note
2021-2022 OHIO 126, 211 668, 865 Participation, Performance The State reported a difference of 46% of students between the former English learners in their first year of monitoring in FS126/DG668 in the current school year and the number of English learners exiting in FS211/DG865 in the previous school year. The data reported in CSPR Part I have been verified as correct and accurately reflect the data submitted to ODE by LEAs. In this case, the FS211 looks at students who took the Ohio English Language Proficiency Assessment (OELPA) in the school year in question and a student is then reported as ‘Exited’ if they met the cut score for the corresponding grade level of the student. The FS126 is using actual English Learner codes that are reported by LEAs for each student. Exit codes are derived from what an LEA reported for an individual student for the corresponding school year.
2021-2022 OREGON 126, 211 668, 865 Participation, Performance The State reported a difference of -50% of students between the former English learners in their first year of monitoring in FS126/DG668 in the current school year and the number of English learners exiting in FS211/DG865 in the previous school year. Oregon experienced a shift in population during the COVID pandemic. Some students left Oregon public schools. Other students who were exited as proficient in the 2020-21 school year were returned to the EL program as additional support was deemed necessary. This data is accurate.
2021-2022 PENNSYLVANIA 126, 211 668, 865 Participation, Performance The State reported a difference of 57% of students between the former English learners in their first year of monitoring in FS126/DG668 in the current school year and the number of English learners exiting in FS211/DG865 in the previous school year. This is comparing 21-22 126 To 20-21 211 Transient population. COVID assessment waivers very likely also reduced the number ot test-takers in years after 2019-20.