|School Year||State||File Spec||Data Group||Reporting Level||Data Note||State Note|
|2016-2017||ALABAMA||118||655||LEA, SEA||Alabama did not report FS118 in line with the file specification requirements in the following ways: (1) SEA and LEA counts are not cumulative and (2) homeless enrolled students are not reported in every LEA they enroll in during the reporting year.|
|2016-2017||ALABAMA||118||655||LEA, SEA||Alabama reported that their unaccompanied homeless youth data have increased due to training on eligibility and identification.|
|2015-2016||ALABAMA||175||583||LEA, SEA||Alabama made the following changes to its regular assessments for high school between SY2014-15 and SY2015-16: (1) Changed cut scores, (2) Changed proficiency standards, (3) Significantly changed assessment items, and (4) Used entirely new assessment. As a result, the State's SY2015-16 results are not comparable to prior years.|
|2013-2014||ALABAMA||118||655||LEA, SEA||Partial data: Data on subgroups of homeless students includes only those LEAs that received a subgrant.|
|2016-2017||ALASKA||175||583||LEA, SEA||Alaska made the following changes to its regular assessments for high school between SY2015-16 and SY2016-17: (1) Changed cut scores, (2) Significantly changed assessment items, and (3) Used entirely new assessment. Additionally, Alaska indicated changing its regular assessments for grades 3 through 8. As a result, the State's SY2016-17 results are not comparable to prior years.||
The scale and score ranges for PEAKS are different than those used with previous summative assessments. Please note that Alaska canceled general and alternate assessment during the 2015-2016 school year.
|2015-2016||ALASKA||175, 175178179, 178, 185, 188||583, 583584585, 584, 588, 589||LEA, SEA||No data reported at the SEA, LEA, or School levels in SY2015-16.||
Data for these files do not exist due to the cancellation of state assessments.
|2016-2017||ARIZONA||118||655||LEA, SEA||Arizona allows LEAs to include other as a type of primary nighttime residence, which is not allowed by FS118.|
|2016-2017||ARIZONA||118||655||LEA, SEA||Arizona indicated that the increases in the number of students identified in subgroups is attributed to the impact of ESSA and related technical assistance from ADE.|
|2015-2016||ARIZONA||118||655||LEA, SEA||Allowed LEAs to include students with an unknown type of primary nighttime residence, which is not allowed by FS118.|
|2014-2015||ARIZONA||118||655||LEA, SEA||Arizona allowed LEAs to include students with an unknown type of primary nighttime residence, which is not allowed by FS118; use data with caution. The SEA also allowed LEAs to include students in more than one grade, which could result in duplicated counts within an LEA.|