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Title: ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS


1
ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS
  • Presenters
  • Mark Drennan and Nada Scott
  • June 2008

2
DATA ELEMENT CHANGES
3
English Language Learners Format
  • 2. Submit a separate record during reporting
    periods 2, 3 and 5 for each 03-12 grade student
    in membership identified as "LP" for the data
    element English Language Learners, PK-12, if the
    "LP" student is enrolled in an English for
    Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) program
    pending assessment. (If the grade 03-12 student
    is identified as "LP" and enrolled in a regular
    program, do not submit a record.)

4
English Language Learners Format
  • 5. For Surveys 2, 3 and 5 test information should
    be submitted for the student's most recent entry
    into the program and exit from the program
    according to the following guidelines.    a) For
    students in grades KG-02 report the aural/oral
    test scores that determined the student eligible
    and in need of services and/or no longer in need
    of services. These are reported in the test
    fields for Listening and Speaking.  
  • b) For students in grades 03-12, report
    aural/oral test scores plus reading and writing
    test scores, using all four sets of test elements.

5
  • Element Name Date
    Entered United States

  • Definition/Domain
  • The month, day, and year on which the student
    entered the United States (any of the 50 states,
    excluding U.S. territories and possessions).
  • This element is required for all students with
    affirmative responses to the Home Language Survey
    and who are coded LY, LF, LP or LZ on the element
    English Language Learners, PK-12.
  • Examples
  • MMDDYYYY 09182006 Student entered the United
    States on September 18, 2006.
  • 00000000 Not applicable. Student is not
    one for whom this data is required or
    student did not enter the United States from
    elsewhere.
  • 99999999 Date not available. Student entered
    a Florida public school prior to July 1,
    2006.
  • 88888888 The students parent/guardian
    declined to provide this information.
  • Note It is recommended that this information be
    collected via the registration form completed by
    students when enrolling in a public school for
    students with affirmative responses to the Home
    Language Survey or whose country of birth is
    other than the United States (any of the 50
    states). This data element is required for
    students enrolling July 1, 2006 or after.

6
  • Element Name Immigrant
    Student

  • Definition/Domain
  • An indicator of whether or not the student meets
    the definition of Immigrant Children and Youth
    pursuant to the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act,
    Title III, Part C, General Provisions, Section
    3301(6) at anytime during the school year.
  • The term immigrant children and youth means
    individuals who
  • (A) are ages 3 through 21and
  • (B) were not born in any State or
    U.S. territory or possession and
  • (C) have not been attending one or more schools
    in any one or more States for more than 3
    full academic years.
  • CODE DEFINITION
  • Y Yes, the student is an immigrant student.
  • N No, the student is not an immigrant student.
  • Z Not applicable. This code can be used for
    students in District Number 71 and in School
    Numbers 3518 and 9997.

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  • Element Name English Language Learners Program
    Participation
  • Definition/Domain
  • A code that indicates the program in which the
    English Language Learner is enrolled and is
    receiving services. CODE DEFINITION
  • E English for Speakers of Other Languages
  • H Home Language/Bilingual Education
  • L English for Speakers of Other Languages and
    Home Language/Bilingual Education
  • N Newcomer/New Beginnings Program (Primarily in
    grades 6- 12. May be implemented in grades 1-5
    based on student needs.)
  • Z Not applicable

8
Element Name English Language Learners
Basis of Exit
Definition/Domain
  • A one-character code used to indicate the basis
    of exit out of the English for Speakers of Other
    Languages (ESOL) program. Codes B, C, D, E and F
    are composed of two or more measures.
  • CODE DEFINITION
  • A Aural/Oral - for use in grades K-2 only.
  • B CELLA Composite Score and CELLA Reading Score
    CELLA oral skills, reading and writing scale
    scores for each grade cluster shall be added
    together to determine the composite score at
    grade level. Scores equal to or greater than the
    CELLA composite scores shall be used to determine
    the level of English proficiency for students
    tested in listening, speaking, reading and
    writing on grade level (see table below). The
    second measure must be a score at the proficient
    level on CELLA Reading tested on grade level.
  • Grade Cluster CELLA English Proficient
    Composite Scores
  • K-2 2050 and greater
  • 3-5 2150 and greater
  • 6-8 2200 and greater
  • 9-12 2250 and greater
  • C A score at or above the proficient level on a
    State approved listening and speaking assessment
    or above the publishers cut score on an aural
    and oral assessment. If this measure is used for
    students in grades 3-12, the second measure shall
    be an assessment in reading and writing.
  • D A score at or above the 33rd national
    percentile on the reading comprehension and
    writing or language usage subtests on a
    nationally norm referenced test. The second
    measure shall be a listening and speaking or
    aural and oral assessment.

9
Element Name English Language Learners
Basis of Exit(Continued)

Definition/Domain
  • CODE DEFINITION
  • E FCAT level 3 or greater or the equivalent
    developmental scale score on the Reading test of
    the Sunshine State Standards. The second measure
    shall be an assessment in listening and speaking
    or aural and oral, and writing
  • F FCAT level 3 or greater on the Writing of the
    Sunshine State Standards. The second measure
    shall be an assessment in listening and speaking
    or aural and oral, and reading.
  • G District-proposed alternative exit standard as
    amended into the District's ELL Plan and approved
    by the Department of Education.
  • L English Language Learners (ELL) Committee
  • Z Not Applicable

10
Survey 7
  • Formats
  • English Language Learners Information
  • Student Demographic Information
  • Exceptional Student
  • Federal/State Indicator Status
  • Timeline
  • Due date January 12, 2009
  • State processing January 5-January 16, 2009

11
AVAILABLE REPORTS
  • F70803 ELL by Code by School a count of
    students by status codes by school. This count
    includes code ZZ.
  • F70897 ELL by Native Language a count of
    students by native languages.
  • F70898 ELL by Country Code a count of
    students by country of birth.
  • F70908 ELL by Category a count of students by
    status codes by school. This does not include
    code ZZ.
  • F70910 ELL Comparison Report a comparison of
    ELL counts by current year and previous year.

12
AVAILABLE SOON
  • ELL Error Report counts of students in six
    areas of common reporting problems.

13
Accessing the MSID File
  • MSID information for each Florida public school
    is available on the web at http//doeweb-prd.doe
    .state.fl.us/EDS/MasterSchoolID/index.cfm. The
    data are presented in three sections 1)
    addresses, 2) administration and 3)
    accountability. Three ways are provided for the
    user to look up a school 1) by the school name,
    2) by the district in which the school is located
    and 3) by the city/town in which the school is
    located.
  • Information about the number of schools by type
    in each district is located at http//www.firn.edu
    /doe/eias/eiaspubs/reports.htm.
  • The Master School Identification Information is
    also stored in a file at North West Regional Data
    Center (NWRDC) named DPS.DISTRICT.G4.F25031.Yyyyy.
    This file can be accessed by district
    information services staff with access to NWRDC.
    The format layout is available in
    DPS.DISTRICT.FORMAT.Yyyyy.
  • Questions concerning the Master School
    Identification file, applications for activation
    of a new school number and requests for school
    information from the file should be directed to
    Rhonda Forbes at 850-245-9080 or
    Rhonda.Forbes_at_fldoe.org

14
  • Nada Scott, Program Specialist
  • Education Information Services
  • nada.scott_at_fldoe.org
  • 850-245-0400
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