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Title: Immigrant Consolidated Federal Data Collection (CFDC)


1
Immigrant Consolidated Federal Data Collection
(CFDC)
  • Tuesday, January 25, 2011
  • Mark Hausner, NCDPI Technical Architect
  • Glenda Harrell, NCDPI ESL/Title III Consultant
  • Ivanna Mann Thrower, NCDPI ESL/Title III
    Consultant

2
Session Objectives
  • Review CFDC Resources on ESL Website
  • Identify Whats New and Different
  • Discuss Important Dates to Remember

3
Immigrant
  • https//schools.nc.gov/imm

4
Immigrant
  • WELCOME!   
  • Welcome to the Immigrant CFDC Consolidated
    Federal Data Collection Site for the 2010-2011
    school year! Review and edit records carefully in
    accordance with the User Guide. Once you have
    verified student records, click the Approve
    button. You can continue to make changes and
    click the Approve button again until the
    headcount closes at 601 pm on March 2, 2011.
  • Overview The Immigrant Headcount window is open
    February 2, 2011 March 2, 2011. Students
    previously identified as immigrant within your
    LEA/Charter School have been loaded into the
    Immigrant CFDC using student records from the LEP
    and Immigrant CFDC sites. The February 1
    Immigrant Headcount of eligible immigrant
    students is combined with the October 1 LEP
    Headcount to determine distribution of Title III
    funds and LEA eligibility for Title III PRC 111
    significant increase funds in 2010-2011.

5
Immigrant
  • Clarified Interpretation of Years in U.S. Schools
    The following clarification applies ONLY to
    eligible Immigrant students who have withdrawn
    from school in the United States, moved outside
    of the United States during the school year, then
    returned and enrolled in a school in the United
    States. Three full academic years are
    determined according to the actual number of days
    an eligible Immigrant student has been enrolled
    in school in the United States. In North Carolina
    one academic year is defined as 180 school days.
    To view the Federal clarification (dated January
    13, 2011) of the definition of immigrant children
    and youth click here.
  • In order to apply this definition to an Immigrant
    student included in the Immigrant CFDC the LEA
    must describe the process by which three
    academic years is documented and archived for
    any student record in which the Years in US
    Schools is changed. See User Guide for more
    details. Submit a copy of the Revision of Feb 1,
    2011 Immigrant form (found here) signed by the
    LEA Superintendent or designee.

6
Immigrant
  • Use of Funding The needs of all
    identified/reported immigrant students generating
    Title III funds must be considered when
    prioritizing use of these funds. LEAs have the
    discretion to use funds allocated under the
    immigrant program to implement the allowable
    activities in section 3115(e) for the immigrant
    students deemed most in need of services.
  • Please save and print the 2010-2011 Immigrant
    CFDC User Guide located here.

7
User Guide
  • http//esl.ncwiseowl.org/UserFiles/Servers/Server_
    4502383/File/ImmigrantUserguide.pdf

8
Immigrant Reports
9
Immigrant Reports
10
Immigrant Search/Add
11
Immigrant Search/Add
Add ONLY non-LEP students into the Immigrant
CFDC. Enter all LEP immigrant student records
into the W-APT CFDC or LEP CFDC as appropriate.
12
Immigrant Data Entry/Add
13
Immigrant Search/Edit
14
Immigrant Data Entry/Edit
15
Overriding Years in US Schools
16
Overriding Years in US Schools
17
Immigrant Counts
18
Validating Immigrant Counts
19
Validating Immigrant Counts
20
Validating Immigrant Headcount
  • You may change
  • and re-approve
  • the data until
  • March 2nd
  • at 601pm.

21
February 1 Headcount
  • Annual Federal Reporting
  • Consolidated State Performance Report
  • Title III Funding Allotments
  • PRC 104
  • PRC 111 (ignificant Increase)

22
Title III PRC 104
  • Funds are allocated on the basis of annual
    headcount of the LEA's/charter school's LEP
    students, including immigrant students and youth.
  • Total number of LEP Immigrant LEP determines
    allotment.

23
Title III PRC 111 (Significant Increase)
  • Eligibility determined each year.
  • significant increase in the percentage of
    immigrant students enrolled in the current year
    as compared to the average of the two preceding
    fiscal years.
  • Recipients must be able to show how this money
    with other funding will provide enhanced
    instructional opportunities for immigrant
    children and youth.

24
Important Dates to Remember
  • 1/28/11 CFDC Sites Closed
  • 2/2/11 3/2/11 Immigrant Headcount
  • Early February New CFDC Record Change
    Process
  • 4/5/11 ACCESS Data Validation Webinar
  • http//esl.ncwiseowl.org/cms/One.aspx?portalId45
    02459pageId12551684
  • 4/21/11 5/5/11 ACCESS Data Validation
    Window
  • Ongoing W-APT/LEP data entry, Data clean
    up

25
QA
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