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Option Set Name Option Name Code Option Short Name Rank Definition
APlus_Codes Yes Y Yes 1 Yes - Student is participating in A+ program.
APlus_Codes No N No 2 No - Student is not participating in A+ program.
APlus_Codes Complete C Complete 3 Complete - Student has completed the A+ program.
APlus_Correction_Codes Deficient Funds Received D Underpaid 1 Indicates the institution has not received adequate funding for the student in a previous semester.
APlus_Correction_Codes Excess Funds Received E Excess Received 2 Indicates the institution received more funding than required for the student in a previous semester during the current fiscal year.
APlus_Correction_Codes Added Student A Added Student 3 Indicates the student was not on a prior semester's budget and needs to be added.
APlus_Financial_Aid_Codes Fully Funded F Fully Funded 1 A student who has received all financial aid and no A+.
APlus_Financial_Aid_Codes Funding Pending P Funding Pending 2 A student's FAFSA has not be processed or the student is targeted for verification.
APlus_Financial_Aid_Codes Not Funded N Not Funded 3 A student who receives A+.
APlus_Hour_Type_Codes Credit Hours CR Credit Hours 1 Indicates that credit hours are being reported for the record.
APlus_Hour_Type_Codes Clock Hours CL Clock Hours 2 Indicate that clock hours are being reported for the record.
APlus_LessThanFull_Codes Non-Degree Course N Non-Degree Course 1 Non-Degree Course
APlus_LessThanFull_Codes Repeat Course R Repeat Course 2 Repeat Course
APlus_LessThanFull_Codes Internship T Internship 3 Internship
APlus_LessThanFull_Codes ADA A ADA 4 ADA
APlus_LessThanFull_Codes All Available Hours H All Available Hours 5 All Available Hours
APlus_Semester_Codes Summer Semester S Summer Semester 1 The Summer semester in which a student is enrolled and taking classes eligible for A+ funding.
APlus_Semester_Codes Fall Semester F Fall Semester 2 The Fall semester in which a student is enrolled and taking classes eligible for A+ funding.
APlus_Semester_Codes Winter Semester W Winter Semester 3 The Winter semester in which a student is enrolled and taking classes eligible for A+ funding.
ASMNT_Subject_Codes Algebra I ALGEB1 Algebra I 1 End of Course (EOC) assessment subject Algebra I
ASMNT_Subject_Codes Algebra II ALGEB2 Algebra II 2 End of Course (EOC) assessment subject Algebra II
ASMNT_Subject_Codes English I ENGLI1 English I 3 End of Course (EOC) assessment subject English I
ASMNT_Subject_Codes English II ENGLI2 English II 4 End of Course (EOC) assessment subject English II
ASMNT_Subject_Codes Biology I BIOLO1 Biology I 5 End of Course (EOC) assessment subject Biology I
ASMNT_Subject_Codes Geometry I GEOME1 Geometry I 6 End of Course (EOC) assessment subject Geometry I
ASMNT_Subject_Codes Integrated Math II INTMA2 Integrated Math II 7 End of Course (EOC) assessment subject Integrated Math II
ASMNT_Subject_Codes Integrated Math III INTMA3 Integrated Math III 8 End of Course (EOC) assessment subject Integrated Math III
ASMNT_Subject_Codes American Government I AMGOV1 American Government I 9 End of Course (EOC) assessment subject American Government I
ASMNT_Subject_Codes American History I AMHIS1 American History I 10 End of Course (EOC) assessment subject American History I
ASMNT_Test_Method_Codes Pencil and Paper PENPAP Pencil and Paper 1 Assessment is conducted using pencil and paper.
ASMNT_Test_Method_Codes Online ONLINE Online 2 Assessment is conducted using online testing.
ASMNT_Type_Codes MAP Assessment MAPSPR MAP 1 The MAP (Missouri Assessment Program), is an assessment test designed to measure student progress in meeting the Show-Me Standards.
ASMNT_Type_Codes End of Course (FALL) EOCFAL EOC Fall 2 The Fall End of Course, is an assessment test designed to measure student progress in mastering identified subject areas.
ASMNT_Type_Codes End of Course (Spring) EOCSPR EOC Spring 3 The Spring End of Course, is an assessment test designed to measure student progress in mastering identified subject areas.
ASMNT_Type_Codes End of Course (Summer) EOCSUM EOC Summer 3 The Summer End of Course, is an assessment test designed to measure student progress in mastering identified subject areas.
ASMNT_Type_Codes LEP/ELL LEPELL LEP/ELL  

Each Missouri school district will administer the LEPELL assessment to K-12 students who are eligible for ELL services and who are enrolled (or dually enrolled) in a Missouri public school or charter school academy.  Students that exited the ELL program (no longer require services) but are within the 2-year monitoring period do not take the assessment. 

Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Infant/Toddler IT Infant/Toddler 1 Birth to 2 years old
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Three and Four Year Olds PK Three/FourYrOld 2 Three and Four Year Olds
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Kindergarten  K Kindergarten 3 Kindergarten
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 1 01 Grade1 4 Grade 1
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 2 02 Grade2 5 Grade 2
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 3 03 Grade3 6 Grade 3
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 4 04 Grade4 7 Grade 4
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 5 05 Grade5 8 Grade 5
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 6 06 Grade6 9 Grade 6
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 7 07 Grade7 10 Grade 7
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 8 08 Grade8 11 Grade 8
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 9 09 Grade9 12 Grade 9
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 10 10 Grade10 13 Grade 10
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 11 11 Grade11 14 Grade 11
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 12 12 Grade12 15 Grade 12
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes High School 13 HS 16 High School.  Typically grades 9-12, but use also for non-teaching positions when 7-8 are in HS building.
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Junior High 14 JH 17 Junior High (any combination that includes only grades 07-09)
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Middle School 15 MIDDLE 18 Middle School (any combo that includes only grades 04-08)
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Elementary 16 ELEM 19 Elementary (any combo that includes only grades K-08)
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Any combo of K-12 17 Any 20 Any combo of K-12 that includes a greater grade span than 13-16. Grade 17 is typically used for nurses, supers, etc and is usually reported in building 1000.
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Educational Resource Teacher A EdResTeach 1 Educational Resource Teacher
Course_Delivery_System_Codes After School, Every Day-School Age Child Care AE AftrSchlEvryDy 2 After School, Every Day (School Age Child Care)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Advanced Placement AP AdvPlacement 3 Advanced Placement
Course_Delivery_System_Codes After School, Some Days-School Age Child Care AS AftrSchlSomeDys 4 After School, Some Days (School Age Child Care)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Before School, Every Day-School Age Child Care BE BefSchlEvryDy 5 Before School, Every Day (School Age Child Care)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Before School, Some Days-School Age Child Care BS BefSchlSomeDys 6 Before School, Some Days (School Age Child Care)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Resource Classroom C ResClassrm 7 Resource Classroom (includes pulling out students from their regular classroom for supplemental instruction).  Do not use for Special Education Personnel.
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Computer-based Instruction, lab setting CL CompInstrLab 8 Computer-based Instruction in a lab setting.
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Co-teaching CO CoTeach 9 Co-teaching, time during which two fully certificated teachers in the general education classroom (one general education teacher and one special education teacher) work together to provide instruction to students.  Examples: Class within a class, team teaching, blended early childhood program.
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Delinquent Institution DI DelinquentInst 10 Delinquent Institution - Instructional Services
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Embedded Credit EC EmbeddedCredit 11 Embedded Credit
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Early Literacy EL EarlyLit 12 Early Literacy (K-2 program associated with Reading Recovery)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Self-Contained Classroom G SlfContaindClassrm 13 Self-Contained Classroom.  Do not use for Special Education Personnel
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Before-or After-School Services H BefAftrSchlServcs 14 Before-or After-School Services (including Early Childhood Special Education, MPP and Block Grant Early Childhood Program)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes International Baccalaureate IB IntnlBacc 15 International Baccalaureate
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Instructional Coach IC InstrCoach 16 Instructional Coach
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Individual/Small Group IG IndivSmallGroup 17 Individual/Small Group-time during which a special education teacher provides instruction to a single special education student or a small group of special education students on a resource basis.  Instruction could be in the general education classroom or in a setting removed from the general education classroom.  Examples: Itinerant models and ECSE itinerant teachers, both traveling and school-based, speech/language pathology, resource rooms.
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Career Education Special Needs -Disabled J CTESpecNeedsDis 18 Career Education Special Needs -Disabled
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Career Education Special Needs - Disabled, Before-or After-School Services JH CTESpecNeedsDisBefAftrSchlServcs 19 Career Education Special Needs - Disabled, Before-or After-School Services
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Career Education Special Needs-Disadvantaged K CTESpecNeedsDisadvntgd 20 Career Education Special Needs-Disadvantaged
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Career Education Special Needs-Disadvantaged, Before-or After-School Services KH CTESpecNeedsDisadvntgdBefAftrSchlServcs 21 Career Education Special Needs-Disadvantaged, Before-or After-School Services
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Parent Educator-Direct Services L ParEdDirServcs 22 Parent Educator-Direct Services
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Parent Educator-Direct Services, Before- or After-School LH ParEdDirServcsBefAftrSchl 23 Parent Educator-Direct Services, Before- or After-School
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Low Incidence Self-Contained LI LowIncSlfContnd 24 Low Incidence Self-Contained - Time during which a special education teacher is responsible for the content of and provision of instruction to special education students in a setting primarily designed for low incidence disability categories, including multiple disabilities; deaf/blind; autism; physical, other health, visual or hearing impairments.  See the Missouri State Plan for Special Education, Section IX, Class Size and Caseloads for more information.
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Parent Educator-Contract with Another District M ParEdContrAnotherDist 25 Parent Educator-Contract with Another District
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Parent Educator-Contract with Another District, Before- or After-School Services MH ParEdContrAnotherDistBefAftrSchlServcs 26 Parent Educator-Contract with Another District, Before- or After-School Services
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Parent Educator-Contract with Another Agency N ParEdContrAnotherAgncy 27 Parent Educator-Contract with Another Agency
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Parent Educator-Contract with Another Agency, Before- or After-School Services NH ParEdContrAnotherAgncyBefAftrSchlServcs 28 Parent Educator-Contract with Another Agency, Before or-After-School Services
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Neglected Institution-Instructional Services NI NegInstInstrServcs 29 Neglected Institution-Instructional Services
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Personal Assistant-Special Education One-on-One Aide PA PersAsstntSpecEdAide 30 Personal Assistant-Special Education One-on-One Aide
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Push-in Instructional Method PI PushInInstrMthd 31 Push-in Instructional Method
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Reading Recovery RR RdgRecvry 32 Reading Recovery
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Reading Recovery Teacher Leader RT RdgRecvryTeachLeadr 33 Reading Recovery Teacher Leader
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Electronic Media-Satellite S ElecMedSat 34 Electronic Media-Satellite
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Self-Contained SC SlfContnd 35 Self-Contained - Time during which a special education teacher is responsible for the content of and provision of instruction to special education students in a setting removed from the general education classroom.  For ECSE, this would include reverse mainstream models.  Example: Departmentalized instruction in a specific content area such as mathematics.
Course_Delivery_System_Codes School Resource Officer SO SchlResOffcr 36 School Resource Officer
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Member 1 1 TmTeachMembr1 37 Team Teaching Member 1 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students.  Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number.  Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system.  For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system.  Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team.  Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Member 2 2 TmTeachMembr2 38 Team Teaching Member 2 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students.  Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number.  Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system.  For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system.  Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team.  Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Member 3 3 TmTeachMembr3 39 Team Teaching Member 3 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students.  Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number.  Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system.  For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system.  Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team.  Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Member 4 4 TmTeachMembr4 40 Team Teaching Member 4 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students.  Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number.  Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system.  For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system.  Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team.  Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Member 5 5 TmTeachMembr5 41 Team Teaching Member 5 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students.  Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number.  Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system.  For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system.  Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team.  Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Member 6 6 TmTeachMembr6 42 Team Teaching Member 6 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students.  Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number.  Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system.  For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system.  Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team.  Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Member 7 7 TmTeachMembr7 43 Team Teaching Member 7 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students.  Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number.  Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system.  For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system.  Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team.  Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Member 8 8 TmTeachMembr8 44 Team Teaching Member 8 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students.  Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number.  Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system.  For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system.  Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team.  Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Member 9 9 TmTeachMembr9 45 Team Teaching Member 9 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students.  Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number.  Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system.  For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system.  Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team.  Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Leader 1 T1 TmTeachLeadr1 46 Team Teaching Leader 1 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students.  Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number.  Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system.  For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system.  Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team.  Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Leader 2 T2 TmTeachLeadr2 47 Team Teaching Leader 2 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students.  Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number.  Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system.  For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system.  Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team.  Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Leader 3 T3 TmTeachLeadr3 48 Team Teaching Leader 3 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students.  Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number.  Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system.  For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system.  Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team.  Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Leader 4 T4 TmTeachLeadr4 49 Team Teaching Leader 4 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students.  Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number.  Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system.  For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system.  Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team.  Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Leader 5 T5 TmTeachLeadr5 50 Team Teaching Leader 5 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students.  Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number.  Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system.  For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system.  Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team.  Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Leader 6 T6 TmTeachLeadr6 51 Team Teaching Leader 6 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students.  Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number.  Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system.  For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system.  Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team.  Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Leader 7 T7 TmTeachLeadr7 52 Team Teaching Leader 7 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students.  Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number.  Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system.  For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system.  Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team.  Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Leader 8 T8 TmTeachLeadr8 53 Team Teaching Leader 8 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students.  Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number.  Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system.  For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system.  Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team.  Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Leader 9 T9 TmTeachLeadr9 54 Team Teaching Leader 9 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students.  Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number.  Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system.  For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system.  Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team.  Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Combined Classes 0 C0 CombinedClass0 55 Combined Classes 0 (Combined classes are situations where students of two or more different subjects or course sequence levels (or grade levels for self-contained elementary classes) are taught during the same time period by the same teacher.  Indicate which classes are combined by entering "C0" in the delivery system for each class combined during that time period.  (If another group of classes taught by the same teacher is also combined, enter "C1" for each of those classes, etc.)  The minutes per week for that class period should be divided by the number of classes being combined.  For example, French 2 and French 3 taught together during a 250-minute class period are shown as two separate assignments with a delivery system of "C1" and 125 minutes per week for each class.  Combined classes taught at an area career center must follow the semester reporting requirements if the school breaks class reporting out by semester.  See Exhibit 27 for more information on how to report.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Combined Classes 1 C1 CombinedClass1 56 Combined Classes 1 (Combined classes are situations where students of two or more different subjects or course sequence levels (or grade levels for self-contained elementary classes) are taught during the same time period by the same teacher.  Indicate which classes are combined by entering "C1" in the delivery system for each class combined during that time period.  (If another group of classes taught by the same teacher is also combined, enter "C2" for each of those classes, etc.)  The minutes per week for that class period should be divided by the number of classes being combined.  For example, French 2 and French 3 taught together during a 250-minute class period are shown as two separate assignments with a delivery system of "C1" and 125 minutes per week for each class.  Combined classes taught at an area career center must follow the semester reporting requirements if the school breaks class reporting out by semester.  See Exhibit 27 for more information on how to report.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Combined Classes 2 C2 CombinedClass2 57 Combined Classes 2 (Combined classes are situations where students of two or more different subjects or course sequence levels (or grade levels for self-contained elementary classes) are taught during the same time period by the same teacher.  Indicate which classes are combined by entering "C1" in the delivery system for each class combined during that time period.  (If another group of classes taught by the same teacher is also combined, enter "C2" for each of those classes, etc.)  The minutes per week for that class period should be divided by the number of classes being combined.  For example, French 2 and French 3 taught together during a 250-minute class period are shown as two separate assignments with a delivery system of "C1" and 125 minutes per week for each class.  Combined classes taught at an area career center must follow the semester reporting requirements if the school breaks class reporting out by semester.  See Exhibit 27 for more information on how to report.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Combined Classes 3 C3 CombinedClass3 58 Combined Classes 3 (Combined classes are situations where students of two or more different subjects or course sequence levels (or grade levels for self-contained elementary classes) are taught during the same time period by the same teacher.  Indicate which classes are combined by entering "C1" in the delivery system for each class combined during that time period.  (If another group of classes taught by the same teacher is also combined, enter "C2" for each of those classes, etc.)  The minutes per week for that class period should be divided by the number of classes being combined.  For example, French 2 and French 3 taught together during a 250-minute class period are shown as two separate assignments with a delivery system of "C1" and 125 minutes per week for each class.  Combined classes taught at an area career center must follow the semester reporting requirements if the school breaks class reporting out by semester.  See Exhibit 27 for more information on how to report.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Combined Classes 4 C4 CombinedClass4 59 Combined Classes 4 (Combined classes are situations where students of two or more different subjects or course sequence levels (or grade levels for self-contained elementary classes) are taught during the same time period by the same teacher.  Indicate which classes are combined by entering "C1" in the delivery system for each class combined during that time period.  (If another group of classes taught by the same teacher is also combined, enter "C2" for each of those classes, etc.)  The minutes per week for that class period should be divided by the number of classes being combined.  For example, French 2 and French 3 taught together during a 250-minute class period are shown as two separate assignments with a delivery system of "C1" and 125 minutes per week for each class.  Combined classes taught at an area career center must follow the semester reporting requirements if the school breaks class reporting out by semester.  See Exhibit 27 for more information on how to report.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Combined Classes 5 C5 CombinedClass5 60 Combined Classes 5 (Combined classes are situations where students of two or more different subjects or course sequence levels (or grade levels for self-contained elementary classes) are taught during the same time period by the same teacher.  Indicate which classes are combined by entering "C1" in the delivery system for each class combined during that time period.  (If another group of classes taught by the same teacher is also combined, enter "C2" for each of those classes, etc.)  The minutes per week for that class period should be divided by the number of classes being combined.  For example, French 2 and French 3 taught together during a 250-minute class period are shown as two separate assignments with a delivery system of "C1" and 125 minutes per week for each class.  Combined classes taught at an area career center must follow the semester reporting requirements if the school breaks class reporting out by semester.  See Exhibit 27 for more information on how to report.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Combined Classes 6 C6 CombinedClass6 61 Combined Classes 6 (Combined classes are situations where students of two or more different subjects or course sequence levels (or grade levels for self-contained elementary classes) are taught during the same time period by the same teacher.  Indicate which classes are combined by entering "C1" in the delivery system for each class combined during that time period.  (If another group of classes taught by the same teacher is also combined, enter "C2" for each of those classes, etc.)  The minutes per week for that class period should be divided by the number of classes being combined.  For example, French 2 and French 3 taught together during a 250-minute class period are shown as two separate assignments with a delivery system of "C1" and 125 minutes per week for each class.  Combined classes taught at an area career center must follow the semester reporting requirements if the school breaks class reporting out by semester.  See Exhibit 27 for more information on how to report.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Combined Classes 7 C7 CombinedClass7 62 Combined Classes 7 (Combined classes are situations where students of two or more different subjects or course sequence levels (or grade levels for self-contained elementary classes) are taught during the same time period by the same teacher.  Indicate which classes are combined by entering "C1" in the delivery system for each class combined during that time period.  (If another group of classes taught by the same teacher is also combined, enter "C2" for each of those classes, etc.)  The minutes per week for that class period should be divided by the number of classes being combined.  For example, French 2 and French 3 taught together during a 250-minute class period are shown as two separate assignments with a delivery system of "C1" and 125 minutes per week for each class.  Combined classes taught at an area career center must follow the semester reporting requirements if the school breaks class reporting out by semester.  See Exhibit 27 for more information on how to report.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Combined Classes 8 C8 CombinedClass8 63 Combined Classes 8 (Combined classes are situations where students of two or more different subjects or course sequence levels (or grade levels for self-contained elementary classes) are taught during the same time period by the same teacher.  Indicate which classes are combined by entering "C1" in the delivery system for each class combined during that time period.  (If another group of classes taught by the same teacher is also combined, enter "C2" for each of those classes, etc.)  The minutes per week for that class period should be divided by the number of classes being combined.  For example, French 2 and French 3 taught together during a 250-minute class period are shown as two separate assignments with a delivery system of "C1" and 125 minutes per week for each class.  Combined classes taught at an area career center must follow the semester reporting requirements if the school breaks class reporting out by semester.  See Exhibit 27 for more information on how to report.)
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Combined Classes 9 C9 CombinedClass9 64 Combined Classes 9 (Combined classes are situations where students of two or more different subjects or course sequence levels (or grade levels for self-contained elementary classes) are taught during the same time period by the same teacher.  Indicate which classes are combined by entering "C1" in the delivery system for each class combined during that time period.  (If another group of classes taught by the same teacher is also combined, enter "C2" for each of those classes, etc.)  The minutes per week for that class period should be divided by the number of classes being combined.  For example, French 2 and French 3 taught together during a 250-minute class period are shown as two separate assignments with a delivery system of "C1" and 125 minutes per week for each class.  Combined classes taught at an area career center must follow the semester reporting requirements if the school breaks class reporting out by semester.  See Exhibit 27 for more information on how to report.)
Course_Program_Codes Nonfunded 00 NonFunded 1 Nonfunded (For use when Career Education, Gifted, and Remedial Programs are provided by the district but are not state and federal assisted and with general and pre-career education Family and Consumer Sciences classes.)
Course_Program_Codes Career Education 01 CTE 2 Career Education (populated/system displayed on save)
Course_Program_Codes Career Education Special Needs 02 CTESpecNeeds 3 Career Education Special Needs (Disadvantaged and Handicapped)
Course_Program_Codes Title I.A-NCLB 03 TitleIANCLB 4 Title I.A-NCLB
Course_Program_Codes Title I.C-NCLB 04 TitleICNCLBMigrntProg 5 Title I.C-NCLB (Migrant Program)
Course_Program_Codes Title V-NCLB 05 TitleVNCLB 6 Title V-NCLB
Course_Program_Codes Special Education -K-12 and Early Childhood Special Education age 5K and 6 06 SpecEdK12ErlyChldhdSpecEd5Kand6 7 Special Education -K-12 and Early Childhood Special Education age 5K (kindergarten eligible) and 6
Course_Program_Codes Early Childhood/Parent Education 07 ErlyChldhdParEd 8 Early Childhood/Parent Education (Early Childhood Development Act)
Course_Program_Codes Gifted 08 Gifted 9 Gifted (use course code 990808)
Course_Program_Codes Special Education services provided to other districts 09 SpecEdServcsOtherDistr 10 Special Education (fiscal agent) services provided to other districts
Course_Program_Codes Title IV-NCLB 10 TitleIVNCLB 11 Title IV-NCLB
Course_Program_Codes Safe Schools Educational Services Grant 11 SafeSchlsEdServcsGrnt 12 Safe Schools Educational Services Grant (State)
Course_Program_Codes Homeless 14 Homeless 13 Homeless
Course_Program_Codes Remedial Reading, Reading Recovery, Early Literacy Learning-Paid with District Funds 15 RemRdngRdngRecvryErlyLitLrngPdDistrFunds 14 Remedial Reading, Reading Recovery, Early Literacy Learning-HB474 Reading Programs (Remdedial Reading) - Paid with District Funds
Course_Program_Codes Juvenile Detention Center 16 JuvDetCntr 15 Juvenile Detention Center
Course_Program_Codes Early Childhood Special Education-3 and 4-year olds 17 ErlyChldhdSpecEd3and4yr 16 Early Childhood Special Education-3 and 4-year olds (and 5 Pre-K)
Course_Program_Codes Special Education services provided by another district/co-op 19 SpecEdServcsAnotherDistrCoop 17 Special Education (participating district) services provided by another district/co-op
Course_Program_Codes Title II.A-NCLB 20 TitleIIANCLB 18 Title II.A-NCLB
Course_Program_Codes Federal Programs Administrative Pool 21 FedProgAdminPool 19 Federal Programs Administrative Pool
Course_Program_Codes Reading First 22 RdgFirst 20 Reading First
Course_Program_Codes Extended Day Child Care Program 24 ExtDyChldCareProg 21 Extended Day Child Care Program (EDCCP)
Course_Program_Codes Child Care Development Fund 25 ChldCareDevFund 22 Child Care Development Fund (CCDF)
Course_Program_Codes 21st Century Community Learning Centers 26 21STCentryCommLearngCentrs 23 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC)
Course_Program_Codes Missouri Preschool Projects 27 MOPreschlProj 24 Missouri Preschool Projects
Course_Program_Codes Title II.D-NCLB 28 TitleIIDNCLB 25 Title II.D-NCLB
Course_Program_Codes Title III-NCLB 29 TitleIIINCLB 26 Title III-NCLB
Course_Program_Codes Title VI Part B, Subpart 1-Small, Rural School Achievement Program-NCLB 30 TitleVIPrtBSub1SmllRuralSchlAchvmtProgNCLB 27 Title VI Part B, Subpart 1-Small, Rural School Achievement Program-NCLB (REAP)
Course_Program_Codes Title VI Part B,Subpart 2-Rural and Low-Income School Program-NCLB 31 TitleVIPrtBSub2RuralLowIncmeSchlProgNCLB 28 Title VI Part B,Subpart 2-Rural and Low-Income School Program-NCLB
Course_Program_Codes Even Start 32 EvnStart 29 Even Start
Course_Program_Codes Comprehensive School Reform 33 CompSchlRefrm 30 Comprehensive School Reform
Course_Program_Codes Charter Schools 34 ChrtrSchls 31 Charter Schools (Federally Funded)
Course_Program_Codes MO Option Program 35 MO Option Program 32 MO Option Program
Course_Program_Codes Refugee Children School Impact Program 36 Refugee Children School Impact Program 33 Refugee Children School Impact Program
Course_Semester_Codes Full Year 0 FullYr 1 Full Year
Course_Semester_Codes First Semester 1 FirstSem 2 First Semester
Course_Semester_Codes Second Semester 2 SecondSem 3 Second Semester
Course_Semester_Codes Third Semester 3 ThirdSem 4 Third Semester
Course_Seq_Num_Codes Level 0 0 Level0 0 Level 0 - Sequence Number is a number 0 through 9 (not Roman numeral) which identifies courses taught at more than one level (for example, Language Arts 1, 2, 3; Algebra 1, 2.)  If a course is offered at more than one level, it is essential that the proper sequence number be entered for each course to receive proper credit on the district's resource and performance reports.
Course_Seq_Num_Codes Level 1 1 Level1 1 Level 1 - Sequence Number is a number 0 through 9 (not Roman numeral) which identifies courses taught at more than one level (for example, Language Arts 1, 2, 3; Algebra 1, 2.)  If a course is offered at more than one level, it is essential that the proper sequence number be entered for each course to receive proper credit on the district's resource and performance reports.



A sequence level of "1" need not be used unless more than one level of that course is taught.  If only one level of course content is offered, SEQ may be left as “0”.
Course_Seq_Num_Codes Level 2 2 Level2 2 Level 2 - Sequence Number is a number 0 through 9 (not Roman numeral) which identifies courses taught at more than one level (for example, Language Arts 1, 2, 3; Algebra 1, 2.)  If a course is offered at more than one level, it is essential that the proper sequence number be entered for each course to receive proper credit on the district's resource and performance reports.



A sequence level of "1" need not be used unless more than one level of that course is taught.  If only one level of course content is offered, SEQ may be left as “0”.
Course_Seq_Num_Codes Level 3 3 Level3 3 Level 3 - Sequence Number is a number 0 through 9 (not Roman numeral) which identifies courses taught at more than one level (for example, Language Arts 1, 2, 3; Algebra 1, 2.)  If a course is offered at more than one level, it is essential that the proper sequence number be entered for each course to receive proper credit on the district's resource and performance reports.



A sequence level of "1" need not be used unless more than one level of that course is taught.  If only one level of course content is offered, SEQ may be left as “0”.
Course_Seq_Num_Codes Level 4 4 Level4 4 Level 4 - Sequence Number is a number 0 through 9 (not Roman numeral) which identifies courses taught at more than one level (for example, Language Arts 1, 2, 3; Algebra 1, 2.)  If a course is offered at more than one level, it is essential that the proper sequence number be entered for each course to receive proper credit on the district's resource and performance reports.



A sequence level of "1" need not be used unless more than one level of that course is taught.  If only one level of course content is offered, SEQ may be left as “0”.
Course_Seq_Num_Codes Level 5 5 Level5 5 Level 5 - Sequence Number is a number 0 through 9 (not Roman numeral) which identifies courses taught at more than one level (for example, Language Arts 1, 2, 3; Algebra 1, 2.)  If a course is offered at more than one level, it is essential that the proper sequence number be entered for each course to receive proper credit on the district's resource and performance reports.



A sequence level of "1" need not be used unless more than one level of that course is taught.  If only one level of course content is offered, SEQ may be left as “0”.
Course_Seq_Num_Codes Level 6 6 Level6 6 Level 6 - Sequence Number is a number 0 through 9 (not Roman numeral) which identifies courses taught at more than one level (for example, Language Arts 1, 2, 3; Algebra 1, 2.)  If a course is offered at more than one level, it is essential that the proper sequence number be entered for each course to receive proper credit on the district's resource and performance reports.



A sequence level of "1" need not be used unless more than one level of that course is taught.  If only one level of course content is offered, SEQ may be left as “0”.
Course_Seq_Num_Codes Level 7 7 Level7 7 Level 7 - Sequence Number is a number 0 through 9 (not Roman numeral) which identifies courses taught at more than one level (for example, Language Arts 1, 2, 3; Algebra 1, 2.)  If a course is offered at more than one level, it is essential that the proper sequence number be entered for each course to receive proper credit on the district's resource and performance reports.



A sequence level of "1" need not be used unless more than one level of that course is taught.  If only one level of course content is offered, SEQ may be left as “0”.
Course_Seq_Num_Codes Level 8 8 Level8 8 Level 8 - Sequence Number is a number 0 through 9 (not Roman numeral) which identifies courses taught at more than one level (for example, Language Arts 1, 2, 3; Algebra 1, 2.)  If a course is offered at more than one level, it is essential that the proper sequence number be entered for each course to receive proper credit on the district's resource and performance reports.



A sequence level of "1" need not be used unless more than one level of that course is taught.  If only one level of course content is offered, SEQ may be left as “0”.
Course_Seq_Num_Codes Level 9 9 Level9 9 Level 9 - Sequence Number is a number 0 through 9 (not Roman numeral) which identifies courses taught at more than one level (for example, Language Arts 1, 2, 3; Algebra 1, 2.)  If a course is offered at more than one level, it is essential that the proper sequence number be entered for each course to receive proper credit on the district's resource and performance reports.



A sequence level of "1" need not be used unless more than one level of that course is taught.  If only one level of course content is offered, SEQ may be left as “0”.
CTE_Cluster_Codes Agriculture, Food & Natural Resource 01 Agri., Food, & Nat. 0 Planning, managing, and performing agricultural production and horticulture and landscaping services, and related professional and technical services, mining and extraction operations, and managing and conserving natural resources and related environmental services.
CTE_Cluster_Codes Architecture & Construction 02 Archit., Constr. 1 Designing, planning, managing, building, and maintaining physical structures and the larger built environment including roadways.
CTE_Cluster_Codes Arts/ A/V Technology & Communication 03 Arts, A/V Tech, & Comm. 2 Designing, producing, exhibiting, performing, writing, and publishing multimedia content including visual and performing arts and design, journalism, and entertainment services.
CTE_Cluster_Codes Business & Administrative 04 Bus., Manag'nt, & Admin 3 Planning, managing, and providing administrative support, information processing, accounting, and human resource management.
CTE_Cluster_Codes Education & Training 05 Education, & Training 4 Planning, managing, and providing education and training services, and related learning support services including assessment and library and information services.
CTE_Cluster_Codes Finance & Insurance 06 Finance 5 Planning, managing, and providing banking, investment, financial planning, and insurance services.
CTE_Cluster_Codes Government & Public Administration 07 Gov't., & Public Admin. 6 Planning, managing, and providing government legislative and administrative and regulatory services and related general purpose government services at the federal, state, and local levels.
CTE_Cluster_Codes Health Science 08 Health Science 7 Planning, managing, and providing diagnostic, therapeutic, and information and environmental services in health care.
CTE_Cluster_Codes Hospitality & Tourism 09 Hospitality & Tourism 8 Planning, managing, and providing lodging, food, recreation, convention and tourism, and related planning and support services such as travel-related services.
CTE_Cluster_Codes Human Service 10 Human Services 9 Planning, managing, and providing human services including social and related community services.
CTE_Cluster_Codes Information Technology 11 Info. Tech. 10 Designing, developing, managing, and operating communication and information technology systems, networks, and related hardware and software for telecommunications and computing services.
CTE_Cluster_Codes Law & Public Safety 12 Law & Public Saftey 11 Planning, managing, and providing judicial, legal, and protective services including professional and technical support services in the fire protection and criminal justice system.
CTE_Cluster_Codes Manufacturing 13 Manufact. 12 Planning, managing, and performing the processing of materials into intermediate or final products and related professional and technical support activities such as production planning and control, maintenance and manufacturing/process engineering.
CTE_Cluster_Codes Marketing Sales & Service 14 Marketing, Sales, & Services 13 Planning, managing, and performing wholesaling and retailed marketing and distribution support services including merchandise/product  management and promotion.
CTE_Cluster_Codes Scientific Research/Engineering 15 Science, Tech., Engineering 14 Planning, managing, and providing scientific research and professional and technical services (physical/engineering and social) including laboratory and testing services, and research and development services.
CTE_Cluster_Codes Transportation, Distribution, & Logistics 16 Transp., Distrib., & Logistics 15 Planning, management, and movement of people, materials, and goods by road, pipeline, air, rail and water and related professional and technical support services such as transportation infrastructure planning and management, logistics services, mobile equipment and facility maintenance.
CTE_Program_Codes AGRICULTURE (REG-SEC) 0104 AGR 1 AGRICULTURE Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC)
CTE_Program_Codes POST SECONDARY AGRICULTURE (REG-PS) 0107 PS AGR 2 POST SECONDARY AGRICULTURE Regular, Postsecondary (REG-PS)
CTE_Program_Codes ADULT AGRICULTURE (REG-A) 0110 A AGR 3 ADULT AGRICULTURE Regular, Adult (REG-A)
CTE_Program_Codes BUSINESS (REG-SEC) 0204 BUS 4 BUSINESS Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC)
CTE_Program_Codes POST SECONDARY BUSINESS 0207 PS BUS 5 POST SECONDARY BUSINESS Regular, Postsecondary (REG-PS)
CTE_Program_Codes ADULT BUSINESS 0210 A BUS 6 ADULT BUSINESS Regular, Adult (REG-A)
CTE_Program_Codes COE/CIE 0304 COE 7 COE/CIE Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC)
CTE_Program_Codes MARKETING 0404 MRKT 8 MARKETING Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC)
CTE_Program_Codes POST SECONDARY MARKETING 0407 PS MRKT 9 POST SECONDARY MARKETING Regular, Postsecondary (REG-PS)
CTE_Program_Codes ADULT MARKETING 0410 A MRKT 10 ADULT MARKETING Regular, Adult (REG-A)
CTE_Program_Codes HEALTH 0504 HLTH 11 HEALTH Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC)
CTE_Program_Codes POST SECONDARY HEALTH 0507 PS HLTH 12 POST SECONDARY HEALTH Regular, Postsecondary (REG-PS)
CTE_Program_Codes ADULT HEALTH 0510 A HLTH 13 ADULT HEALTH Regular, Adult (REG-A)
CTE_Program_Codes CON FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES 0604 CFCS 14 CON FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC)
CTE_Program_Codes CON FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES 0607 PS CFCS 15 CON FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES Regular, Postsecondary (REG-PS)
CTE_Program_Codes CON FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES 0610 A CFCS 16 CON FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES Adult (REG-A)
CTE_Program_Codes OC FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES 0704 OCFS 17 OC FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC)
CTE_Program_Codes POST SECONDARY OC FAM AND CONSUMER SCI 0707 PS OFCS 18 POST SECONDARY OC FAM AND CONSUMER SCI Regular, Postsecondary (REG-PS)
CTE_Program_Codes ADULT OC FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES 0710 A OFCS 19 ADULT OC FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES Regular, Adult (REG-A)
CTE_Program_Codes TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 0804 VIE 20 TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC)
CTE_Program_Codes POST SECONDARY TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL ED 0807 PS VIE 21 POST SECONDARY TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL ED Regular, Postsecondary (REG-PS)
CTE_Program_Codes ADULT TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 0810 A VIE 22 ADULT TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Regular, Adult (REG-A)
CTE_Program_Codes GUIDANCE SERVICES 0904 GUID 23 GUIDANCE SERVICES Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC)
CTE_Program_Codes PROJECT LEAD THE WAY 1004 PLTW 24 PROJECT LEAD THE WAY Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC)
CTE_Program_Codes ANCILLARY SERVICES 1104 ANC 25 ANCILLARY SERVICES Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC)
CTE_Program_Codes ASSISTANT DIRECTOR 1204 AD 26 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC)
CTE_Program_Codes SPECIAL NEEDS 2204 DIS/SN 27 SPECIAL NEEDS Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC)
CTE_Program_Codes VOCATIONAL PREP 2404 VP/SN 28 VOCATIONAL PREP Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC)
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Agricultural Ed. 0104 AGR 1 Agricultural Ed. (AGR)
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Business Ed. 0204 BOE 2 Business Ed. (BOE)
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Cooperative Ed. 0304 COE 3 Cooperative Ed. (COE)
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Marketing Ed. 0404 MDE 4 Marketing Ed. (MDE)
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Health Sciences 0504 HEA 5 Health Sciences (HEA)
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Family (Consumer) 0604 FCS 6 Family (Consumer) (FCS)
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Family Consumer (Occupational) 0704 OFCS 7 Family Consumer (Occupational) (OFCS)
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Trade and Industrial Ed. 0804 VIE 8 Trade and Industrial Ed. (VIE)
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Guidance Services 0904 GUI 9 Guidance Services (GUI)
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Project Lead the Way 1004 PLTW 10 Project Lead the Way (PLTW)
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Ancillary Services 1104 ANC 11 Ancillary Services (ANC)
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Career Ed. Area Career Center 1204 AD 12 Career Ed. Area Career Center (AD)
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Career Ed. Special Needs 2204 DIS/SN 13 Career Ed. Special Needs (DIS/SN)
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Career Ed. Preparation 2404 VP/SN 14 Career Ed. Preparation (VP/SN)
CTE_TSA_Testing_Codes Passed Test PT Passed Test 1 Student passed the Technical Skills Assessment.
CTE_TSA_Testing_Codes Failed Test FT Failed Test 2 Student failed to pass the Technical Skills Assessment.
CTE_TSA_Testing_Codes Not Tested NT Not Tested 3 Student was eligible to take the Technical Skills Assessment and the assessment was available, but the student did not take the assessment.
CTE_TSA_Testing_Codes Not Available NA Not Available 4 Student was eligible to take the Technical Skills Assessment, but an assessment was not made available for the student.
CTE_TSA_Testing_Codes Not Eligible NE Not Eligible 5 Student was not eligible to take a Career Education Technical Skills Assessment.
CTE_TSA_Testing_Codes Pending Results PR Pending Results 6 Student has taken Technical Skills Assessment however, the results are not known yet.
DESE_College_Codes AVILA COLLEGE 511932 AVILA COLLEGE 1 AVILA COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes BAPTIST BIBLE COLLEGE 038829 BAPTIST BIBLE COLLEGE 2 BAPTIST BIBLE COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes BLUE RIVER COMMUNITY COLL 161165 BLUE RIVER COMMUNITY COLL 3 BLUE RIVER COMMUNITY COLL
DESE_College_Codes CENTRAL METHODIST COLLEGE 630984 CENTRAL METHODIST COLLEGE 4 CENTRAL METHODIST COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes COLUMBIA COLLEGE 515712 COLUMBIA COLLEGE 5 COLUMBIA COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes COTTEY COLLEGE 070431 COTTEY COLLEGE 6 COTTEY COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes CROWDER COLLEGE 166166 CROWDER COLLEGE 7 CROWDER COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes CULVER STOCKTON COLLEGE 018750 CULVER STOCKTON COLLEGE 8 CULVER STOCKTON COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes DRURY UNIVERSITY 603541 DRURY UNIVERSITY 9 DRURY UNIVERSITY
DESE_College_Codes EAST CENTRAL JR COLLEGE 130130 EAST CENTRAL JR COLLEGE 10 EAST CENTRAL JR COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes EVANGEL UNIVERSITY 041617 EVANGEL UNIVERSITY 11 EVANGEL UNIVERSITY
DESE_College_Codes FLORISSANT VALLEY 149152 FLORISSANT VALLEY 12 FLORISSANT VALLEY
DESE_College_Codes FONTBONNE COLLEGE 038603 FONTBONNE COLLEGE 13 FONTBONNE COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes FOREST PARK 149150 FOREST PARK 14 FOREST PARK
DESE_College_Codes HANNIBAL LAGRANGE COLLEGE 041544 HANNIBAL LAGRANGE COLLEGE 15 HANNIBAL LAGRANGE COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes HARRIS STOWE COLLEGE 300194 HARRIS STOWE COLLEGE 16 HARRIS STOWE COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes JEFFERSON COLLEGE 145145 JEFFERSON COLLEGE 17 JEFFERSON COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes LINCOLN UNIVERSITY 117117 LINCOLN UNIVERSITY 18 LINCOLN UNIVERSITY
DESE_College_Codes LINDENWOOD COLLEGE 018759 LINDENWOOD COLLEGE 19 LINDENWOOD COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes LINN STATE TECH COLLEGE 508313 LINN STATE TECH COLLEGE 20 LINN STATE TECH COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes LONGVIEW COMM COLL/BUS OF 161164 LONGVIEW COMM COLL/BUS OF 21 LONGVIEW COMM COLL/BUS OF
DESE_College_Codes MAPLE WOODS/BUS OFFICE 161162 MAPLE WOODS/BUS OFFICE 22 MAPLE WOODS/BUS OFFICE
DESE_College_Codes MARYVILLE UNIVERSITY 041639 MARYVILLE UNIVERSITY 23 MARYVILLE UNIVERSITY
DESE_College_Codes MERAMEC 149151 MERAMEC 24 MERAMEC
DESE_College_Codes METRO COMM COLL, BUS AND TECH 161166 METRO COMM COLL, BUS AND TECH 25 METRO COMM COLL, BUS AND TECH
DESE_College_Codes METROPOLITAN JR COLL/BUS 161161 METROPOLITAN JR COLL/BUS 26 METROPOLITAN JR COLL/BUS
DESE_College_Codes MINERAL AREA JR COLLEGE 163163 MINERAL AREA JR COLLEGE 27 MINERAL AREA JR COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes MISSOURI STATE UNIV-SPRINGFLD 119119 MISSOURI STATE UNIV-SPRINGFLD 28 MISSOURI STATE UNIV-SPRINGFLD
DESE_College_Codes MISSOURI VALLEY COLLEGE 514772 MISSOURI VALLEY COLLEGE 29 MISSOURI VALLEY COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes MO BAPTIST COLLEGE 041538 MO BAPTIST COLLEGE 30 MO BAPTIST COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes MO SOUTHERN STATE COLLEGE 143143 MO SOUTHERN STATE COLLEGE 31 MO SOUTHERN STATE COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes MO WESTERN STATE COLLEGE 160160 MO WESTERN STATE COLLEGE 32 MO WESTERN STATE COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes MOBERLY COMM COLLEGE 162162 MOBERLY COMM COLLEGE 33 MOBERLY COMM COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes MU KANSAS CITY 116117 MU KANSAS CITY 34 MU KANSAS CITY
DESE_College_Codes MU ST LOUIS 116118 MU ST LOUIS 35 MU ST LOUIS
DESE_College_Codes N W MO STATE UNIVERSITY 118118 N W MO STATE UNIVERSITY 36 N W MO STATE UNIVERSITY
DESE_College_Codes NORTH CENTRAL MO COLLEGE 198198 NORTH CENTRAL MO COLLEGE 37 NORTH CENTRAL MO COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes OZARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE 640121 OZARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE 38 OZARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes PARK UNIVERSITY 511931 PARK UNIVERSITY 39 PARK UNIVERSITY
DESE_College_Codes PENN VALLEY/BUSINESS OFF 161163 PENN VALLEY/BUSINESS OFF 40 PENN VALLEY/BUSINESS OFF
DESE_College_Codes ROCKHURST UNIVERSITY 501839 ROCKHURST UNIVERSITY 41 ROCKHURST UNIVERSITY
DESE_College_Codes S E MO STATE UNIVERSITY 120120 S E MO STATE UNIVERSITY 42 S E MO STATE UNIVERSITY
DESE_College_Codes SE COMM COLLEGE-W BURLINGTON 300128 SE COMM COLLEGE-W BURLINGTON 43 SE COMM COLLEGE-W BURLINGTON
DESE_College_Codes SOUTHWEST BAPTIST UNIV 635440 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST UNIV 44 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST UNIV
DESE_College_Codes ST CHARLES CO COMM COLLEG 146146 ST CHARLES CO COMM COLLEG 45 ST CHARLES CO COMM COLLEG
DESE_College_Codes ST LOUIS COMM COLL - WILDWOOD 149154 ST LOUIS COMM COLL - WILDWOOD 46 ST LOUIS COMM COLL - WILDWOOD
DESE_College_Codes ST LOUIS COMMUNITY COLL 149149 ST LOUIS COMMUNITY COLL 47 ST LOUIS COMMUNITY COLL
DESE_College_Codes ST LOUIS UNIVERSITY 300310 ST LOUIS UNIVERSITY 48 ST LOUIS UNIVERSITY
DESE_College_Codes STATE FAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE 126126 STATE FAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE 49 STATE FAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes STEPHENS COLLEGE 005177 STEPHENS COLLEGE 50 STEPHENS COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes THREE RIVERS COMM COLL 200200 THREE RIVERS COMM COLL 51 THREE RIVERS COMM COLL
DESE_College_Codes TRUMAN UNIVERSITY 122122 TRUMAN UNIVERSITY 52 TRUMAN UNIVERSITY
DESE_College_Codes UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL MISSOURI 121121 UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL MISSOURI 53 UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL MISSOURI
DESE_College_Codes UNIVERSITY OF MO 116116 UNIVERSITY OF MO 54 UNIVERSITY OF MO
DESE_College_Codes UNIVERSITY OF MO-ROLLA 116119 UNIVERSITY OF MO-ROLLA 55 UNIVERSITY OF MO-ROLLA
DESE_College_Codes WASHINGTON UNIV 300342 WASHINGTON UNIV 56 WASHINGTON UNIV
DESE_College_Codes WEBSTER UNIVERSITY - ST LOUIS 300335 WEBSTER UNIVERSITY - ST LOUIS 57 WEBSTER UNIVERSITY - ST LOUIS
DESE_College_Codes WESTMINSTER COLLEGE 049495 WESTMINSTER COLLEGE 58 WESTMINSTER COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes WILLIAM JEWELL COLLEGE 062273 WILLIAM JEWELL COLLEGE 59 WILLIAM JEWELL COLLEGE
DESE_College_Codes WILLIAM WOODS COLLEGE 511106 WILLIAM WOODS COLLEGE 60 WILLIAM WOODS COLLEGE
Disability_Codes NONE 00 NONE 1 Student does not have an IEP.
Disability_Codes MENTAL RETARDATION 01 MR 2 Mental Retardation.  Refers to significantly sub average general intellectual functioning existing concurrently with deficits in adaptive behavior manifested during the developmental period that adversely affects a child’s educational performance.
Disability_Codes EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 02 ED 3 Emotional Disturbance.  Refers to a condition exhibiting one or more of the following characteristics over a long period of time and to a marked degree that adversely affects a child’s educational performance:

(a)  Difficulties in learning that cannot be explained by cultural, intellectual, sensory or other health factors;

(b)  Difficulties in building or maintaining satisfactory interpersonal relationships with peers, parents and teachers;

(c)  General pervasive mood of unhappiness or depression;

(d)  A tendency to develop physical symptoms, pains or fears associated with personal or social problems;

(e)  Inappropriate types of behavior or feelings under normal circumstances.
Disability_Codes ORTHOPEDICALLY IMPAIRED 04 OI 4 Orthopedic Impairment.  Refers to a severe orthopedic impairment that adversely affects a child’s educational performance.  The term includes impairments caused by congenital anomaly (e.g., club foot, absence of some member, etc.), impairments caused by disease (poliomyelitis, bone tuberculosis, etc.) and impairments from other causes (e.g., cerebral palsy, amputations and fractures or burns that cause contractures).
Disability_Codes VISUAL IMPAIRMENT 06 VI 5 Visual Impairment.   Refers to impairment in vision, including blindness, that even with correction, adversely affects a child’s educational performance.  The visual impairment involves partial sight, whereby visual acuity has been determined to be 20/70 to 20/200 in the better eye with best correction by glasses, or blindness, whereby visual acuity has been determined to be 20/200 or less in the better eye with best correction by glasses or the visual field measures 20 degrees or less.
Disability_Codes HEARING IMPAIRMENT 08 HI 6 Hearing Impairment.   Refers to impairment in hearing, including deafness, which adversely affects a child’s educational performance. The hearing impairment involves permanent or fluctuating impairments to hearing, or deafness, whereby the impairment is so severe that the child is impaired in processing linguistic information through hearing, with or without amplification.
Disability_Codes LEARNING DISABILITIES 09 LD 7 Specific Learning Disabilities.  Refers to a disorder in one or more of the basic psychological processes involved in understanding or in using language, spoken or written, which may manifest itself in an imperfect ability to listen, think, speak, read, write, spell or do mathematical calculations.  The term includes such conditions as perceptual disabilities, brain injury, minimal brain dysfunction, dyslexia, and developmental aphasia.  The term does not include children who have learning problems, which are primarily the result of visual, hearing or motor disabilities; mental retardation; emotional disturbance; or environmental, cultural or economic disadvantage.
Disability_Codes OTHER HEALTH IMPAIRED 10 OHI 8 Other Health Impairment.  Refers to having limited strength, vitality or alertness, including a heightened alertness to environmental stimuli, that results in limited alertness with respect to the educational environment that is due to chronic or acute health problems, such as asthma, attention deficit disorder or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, diabetes, epilepsy, a heart condition, hemophilia, lead poisoning, leukemia, nephritis, rheumatic fever, and sickle cell anemia, and adversely affects a child’s educational performance.
Disability_Codes DEAF-BLIND 11 DB 9 Deaf and Blindness.  Refers to sensory impairments occurring in combination with each other.  The combination of these visual and hearing impairments causes significant educational problems.
Disability_Codes MULTIDISABLED 12 MD 10 Multiple Disabilities.  Refers to concomitant impairments (such as mental retardation-blindness, mental retardation-orthopedic impairment, etc.), the combination of which causes such severe educational needs that they cannot be accommodated in special education programs solely for one of the impairments.  The term does not include deaf/blindness.
Disability_Codes AUTISM 13 AU 11 Autism.  Refers to a developmental disability significantly affecting verbal or nonverbal communication and social interaction, generally evident before age 3, which adversely affects a child’s educational performance.  Other characteristics often associated with autism are engagement in repetitive activities and stereotyped movements, resistance to environmental change or change in daily routines, and unusual responses to sensory experiences.  The term does not apply if a child’s educational performance is adversely affected primarily because the child has an emotional disability as defined in the document.
Disability_Codes TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY 14 TBI 12 Traumatic Brain Injury.  Refers to an acquired injury to the brain caused by an external physical force, resulting in total or partial functional disability or psychosocial impairment, or both, that adversely affects a child’s educational performance.  The term includes open or closed head injuries resulting in impairments in one or more areas, such as, cognition, language, memory, attention, reasoning, abstract thinking, judgment, problem solving, sensory, perceptual and motor abilities, psychological behavior, physical functions, information processing and speech.  The term does not include brain injuries that are congenital or degenerative or to brain injuries induced by birth trauma.
Disability_Codes YOUNG CHILDHOOD W/DEV. DELAY 16 YCDD 13 Young Child with a Developmental Delay.  Refers to a child initially identified ages 3 through 5 who is experiencing developmental delay, as measured by appropriate diagnostic instruments and procedures, in one or more of the following areas:  physical development, cognitive development, communication development, social or emotional development or adaptive development and who needs special education and related services.
Disability_Codes LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT 17 LI 14 Language Impairment.  A communication disorder consisting of inappropriate use in any of the structures of language (e.g., morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics) which adversely affects educational performance.
Disability_Codes SPEECH IMPAIRMENT 18 SI 15 Speech Impairment.  A sound system disorder which includes articulation and/or phonology exhibited as a delay of correct sound production which adversely affects educational performance.  This category also includes fluency disorders that are exhibited through one or more symptomatic behaviors of dysfluency (repetitions, prolongations, blockages or hesitations) which adversely affects educational performance and voice disorders that are exhibited through deviations in one or more of the parameters of voice (pitch, quality or volume) which adversely affects educational performance.
Discipline_Length_Removed_Codes 1 Day 1 1 Day 1 1 Day.  Report each removal of ˝ day up to 1 full day.
Discipline_Length_Removed_Codes 2 consecutive days 2 2 consecutive days 2 2 Consecutive Days.  Report each removal.
Discipline_Length_Removed_Codes 3 consecutive days 3 3 consecutive days 3 3 Consecutive Days.  Report each removal.
Discipline_Length_Removed_Codes 4 consecutive days 4 4 consecutive days 4 4 Consecutive Days.  Report each removal.
Discipline_Length_Removed_Codes 5 consecutive days 5 5 consecutive days 5 5 Consecutive Days.  Report each removal.
Discipline_Length_Removed_Codes 6 consecutive days 6 6 consecutive days 6 6 Consecutive Days.  Report each removal.
Discipline_Length_Removed_Codes 7 consecutive days 7 7 consecutive days 7 7 Consecutive Days.  Report each removal.
Discipline_Length_Removed_Codes 8 consecutive days 8 8 consecutive days 8 8 Consecutive Days.  Report each removal.
Discipline_Length_Removed_Codes 9 consecutive days 9 9 consecutive days 9 9 Consecutive Days.  Report each removal.
Discipline_Length_Removed_Codes 10 consecutive days 10 10 consecutive days 10 10 Consecutive Days.  Report each removal.
Discipline_Length_Removed_Codes 11-45 consecutive days 11+ 11-45 consecutive days 11 11-45 Consecutive Days.  Report each removal.
Discipline_Length_Removed_Codes 46-89 consecutive days 46+ 46-89 consecutive days 12 46-89 Consecutive Days.  Report each removal.
Discipline_Length_Removed_Codes 90+ consecutive days less than 1 year 90+ 90+ consecutive days less than 1 year 13 90+ Days, Consecutively, but less than one year.  Report each removal.
Discipline_Length_Removed_Codes One Year 1yr One Year 14 One (1) Year.  Report each removal.
Discipline_Offense_Type_Codes Alcohol A Alcohol 1 Alcohol.  Use, possession, sale, or solicitation of intoxicating alcoholic beverages.
Discipline_Offense_Type_Codes Drugs D Drugs 2 Drug.  Use, possession, sale or solicitation of drugs.  A list of drugs is identified in (21 U.S.C.§ 812).  Does not include alcohol or tobacco.
Discipline_Offense_Type_Codes Tobacco T Tobacco 3 Tobacco.  Use, possession, sale, or solicitation of tobacco.
Discipline_Offense_Type_Codes Violent Act With Injury V Violent Act With Injury 4 Violent Act.  An act resulting in a serious bodily injury that involves a substantial risk of death; extreme physical pain; protracted and obvious physical disfigurement; or protracted loss or impairment of the function of a bodily member, organ or faculty.
Discipline_Offense_Type_Codes Violent Act Without Injury N Violent Act without injury 5 Violent Act without physical injury.  An act that does not result in a serious bodily injury.
Discipline_Offense_Type_Codes Weapon W Weapon 6 Weapon.  Device or instrument capable of causing serious bodily injury.  Does not include a knife with a blade of less than 2˝ inches in length (18 U.S.C.§ 930).
Discipline_Offense_Type_Codes Other O Other 7 Other.  Other offenses not listed above.
Discipline_Removal_Codes In School Suspension ISS In School Suspension 1 In School Suspension.  Removal of student from regular classroom setting (within a school building) for a fixed amount of time with student automatically returning to regular classroom setting after the suspension is completed.
Discipline_Removal_Codes Out of School Suspension OSS Out of School Suspension 2 Out of School Suspension.  Removal of student from regular school for a fixed amount of time with student automatically returning to school after the suspension is completed.
Discipline_Removal_Codes Expulsion EXP Expulsion 3 Expulsion.  Removal of student from school and by local board action for an indefinite period of time until student is reinstated by local board of education.
Discipline_Removal_Codes Unilateral Removal UR Unilateral Removal 4 Unilateral Removal.  School personnel (not IEP team) ordered removal of student with disabilities from current educational placement to an appropriate interim educational setting for same amount of time that a child without disabilities would be subject t
Discipline_Weapon_Type_Codes Handgun H Handgun 1 Handgun.  For further clarification, see (18 U.S.C.§ 921).
Discipline_Weapon_Type_Codes Knife K Knife 2 Knife.  Does not include a knife with a blade of less than 2 ˝ inches in length.  For further clarification, see (18 U.S.C.§ 930).
Discipline_Weapon_Type_Codes Rifle/Shotgun R Rifle/Shotgun 3 Rifle/Shotgun.  For further clarification, see (18 U.S.C.§ 921).
Discipline_Weapon_Type_Codes Other Firearm F Other Firearm 4 Other Firearm.  Does not include BB guns or air rifles.  For further clarification, see (18 U.S.C.§ 921).
Discipline_Weapon_Type_Codes Other Weapon W Other Weapon 5 Other Weapon.  Other device or instrument, not listed above, capable of causing serious bodily injury.  Does not include a knife with a blade of less than 2˝ inches in length.  For further clarification, see (18 U.S.C.§ 930).
Discipline_Weapon_Type_Codes None N None 6 None.  No weapon involved in offense.
Dual_Credit_Site_Codes District DIST District 1 District was site of Dual Credit instruction.
Dual_Credit_Site_Codes College COLL College 2 College campus was site of dual credit instruction.
Dual_Credit_Site_Codes Instructional Television ITV Instructional TV 3 Instructional Television was site of dual credit instruction.
Dual_Credit_Site_Codes Area Career Center ACC Area Career Center 4 Area Career Center was site of dual credit instruction.
Educator_Career_Ladder_Stages Stage 1 1 Stage 1 1 Stage 1 - Defined at LEA.
Educator_Career_Ladder_Stages Stage 2 2 Stage 2 2 Stage 2 - Defined at LEA.
Educator_Career_Ladder_Stages Stage 3 3 Stage 3 3 Stage 3 - Defined at LEA.
Educator_Highest_Degree 60 College hours 60HR 60 College hours 1 Educator has obtained a degree for 60 college hours.
Educator_Highest_Degree Associate Degree ASOC 2 Year Associates Degree or Certificate Program 2 Two-Year associates degree or certificate program.
Educator_Highest_Degree Baccalaureate Degree BACC Baccalaureate Degree 3 Baccalaureate Degree
Educator_Highest_Degree Career ED Certification CVOT Career ED Certification 4 Certificated careeer education teacher (certification without degree -- used only for career education teachers)
Educator_Highest_Degree Doctorate DOCT Doctorate 5 Doctorate
Educator_Highest_Degree 5 Years Experience EXPR Five Years Experience 6 Five Years Experience (for Parent Educators Only)
Educator_Highest_Degree 60 College Hours and 2 Years Experience HREX 60 College Hours and Two Years Experience 7 60 College Hours and Two Years Experience (for Parent Educators Only)
Educator_Highest_Degree Licensed Practical Nurse LPN Licensed Practical Nurse 8 Licensed Practical Nurse
Educator_Highest_Degree Master's Degree MAST Master's Degree 9 Master's Degree
Educator_Highest_Degree Paraprofessional with Praxis PARA Paraprofessional has passed Praxis exam. 10 Paraprofessional that has passed Praxis exam.
Educator_Highest_Degree Registered Nurse RN Registered Nurse 11 Registered Nurse
Educator_Highest_Degree Educational Specialist Degree SPEC Educational Specialist Degree 12 Educational Specialist Degree
Educator_Highest_Degree H.S. Diploma and Vocational Cert in EC HSV H.S. Diploma and Vocational Cert in EC 13 High school diploma and high school vocational certificate in early childhood care and education.
Educator_Highest_Degree Child Dev Associate with ParaPro Praxis CDA Child Dev Associate with ParaPro Praxis 14 Child development associate that has passed the parapro praxis exam.
Educator_Highest_Degree 1 Yr Cert of Proficiency in Child Dev PCD 1 Yr Cert of Proficiency in Child Dev 15 One-year certificate of proficiency in child development or child care.
Educator_Highest_Degree None NONE None 16 None of the choices listed.
Entry_Codes StopOut: Entry S100 StopOut: Entry 0 StopOut: Entry is used when a student initially recorded as a dropout returns to school  prior to the fall count date (last Wednesday in September) of the subsequent school year.
Entry_Codes Tfer from pub schl outside district in state T101 Tfer from pub schl outside district in state 1 Transfer from another public school district in state.
Entry_Codes Tfer from pub schl within district T102 Tfer from pub schl within district 2 Transfer from another public school within the district.  This entry code is not intended to be used to indicate natural progression of a student,  e.g., moving from middle school to junior high school.
Entry_Codes Tfer from home schl in state T103 Tfer from home schl in state 3 Transfer from home schooled in state.
Entry_Codes Tfer from private schl in state T104 Tfer from private schl in state 4 Transfer from Private School in state.
Entry_Codes Tfer from pub schl out of state T105 Tfer from pub schl out of state 5 Transfer from public school out of state.
Entry_Codes Tfer from private schl out of state T106 Tfer from private schl out of state 6 Transfer from Private School out of state.
Entry_Codes Tfer from home schl out of state T107 Tfer from home schl out of state 7 Transfer from Home Schooled out of state.
Entry_Codes Tfer from drop-out T108 Tfer from drop-out 8 Transfer from drop-out (non-recovered).
Entry_Codes Tfer from another country T109 Tfer from another country 9 Transfer from another country.
Entry_Codes Tfer In from Unknown T100 Tfer In Unknown 11 (This code is temporary and will be removed in the future.)  Use this code for students transferred in.  Use this code only if you cannot populate one of the more detailed options.
Entry_Codes Remained: Advanced R101 Remained: Advanced 12 Remained in same school and advanced grade or advanced grade and moved onto the next school following natural progression, e.g., moving from middle school to junior high school.
Entry_Codes Remained: Retained R102 Remained: Retained 13 Remained in same school and was retained in the grade level.
Entry_Codes Remained: Other R103 Remained: Other 14 Student has remained in the building but has changed one or more of the following statuses.  Residency Status, Full-Time/Part-Time Status.
Entry_Codes Remained: Changed Grade R104 Remained: Changed Grade 15 Student remains in the same district and building, but changed grade.
Entry_Codes Initial Entry E100 Initial Entry 16 Initial entry into education.  Such as entering pre-school or kindergarten.
ESOL_Model_Codes Structured ESOL Immersion SEL Structured ESOL 1  
ESOL_Model_Codes Content Based ESOL CBE Content Based 2  
ESOL_Model_Codes Pull Out ESOL POE Pull Out ESOL 3  
ESOL_Model_Codes Bilingual Immersion BLI Bilingual 4  
ESOL_Model_Codes Two-way Developmental Programs TDP Two-Way Develop 5  
ESOL_Model_Codes Early and Late Exit Programs ELE Early Late Exit 6  
ESOL_Model_Codes Team Teaching TMT Team Teach 7  
ESOL_Model_Codes Sheltered Classrooms SHC Sheltered Classrm 8  
ESOL_Model_Codes Resource Classrooms RSC Resource Classrm 9  
ESOL_Model_Codes Newcomer Centers NWC Newcomer 10  
ESOL_Model_Codes Instruction incorporates student’s native language IIL Native Lang 11  
Exit_Codes StopOut:Exit S000 StopOut:Exit 0 StopOut: Exit is used when a student initially recorded as a dropout returns to school  prior to the fall count date (last Wednesday in September) of the subsequent school year. The initially recorded dropout code is changed to StopOut: Exit.
Exit_Codes Tfer to pub schl outside district in state T001 Tfer to pub schl outside district in state 1 Transfer to another public school District in state
Exit_Codes Tfer to pub schl within district T002 Tfer to pub schl within district 2 Transfer to another public school within the district.  This exit code is not intended to be used to indicate natural progression of a student,  e.g., moving from middle school to junior high school.
Exit_Codes Tfer to home Schl in state T003 Tfer to home Schl in state 3 Transfer to Home Schooled in state
Exit_Codes Tfer to private Schl in state T004 Tfer to private Schl in state 4 Transfer to Private School in state
Exit_Codes Tfer to pub schl out of state T005 Tfer to pub schl out of state 5 Transfer to Public School in out of state
Exit_Codes Tfer to private schl out of state T006 Tfer to private schl out of state 6 Transfer to Private School out of state.
Exit_Codes Tfer to home schl out of state T007 Tfer to home schl out of state 7 Transfer to Home Schooled out of state.
Exit_Codes Tfer to another country T008 Tfer to another country 8 Transfer to another country (assumed continuing)
Exit_Codes Deceased T009 Deceased 9 Deceased (Transferred Out)
Exit_Codes Tfer out Unknown T000 Tfer out Unknown 11 (This code is temporary and will be removed in the future.)  Use this code for students transferred out.  Use this code only if you cannot populate one of the more detailed options.
Exit_Codes Graduated with Non-College Prep G01 Graduated with Non-College Prep 12 Graduated Non-College Prep
Exit_Codes Graduated with College Prep G02 Graduated with College Prep 13 Graduated with College Prep
Exit_Codes Dropped Out: Expulsion D02 Dropped Out: Expulsion 14 Dropped Out: Expulsion
Exit_Codes Dropped Out: Received Cert D03 Dropped Out: Received Cert 15 Dropped Out: Received Cert - Students with disabilities who exited an educational program through the receipt of a certificate of attendance.  This includes students who reached age 21 or otherwise terminated their education and who have met the district’s attendance requirements.
Exit_Codes Dropped Out: Reached Max Age D04 Dropped Out: Reached Max Age 16 Dropped Out: Reached Max Age - Students with disabilities who exited an educational program because they reached the maximum age for receipt of educational services and did not receive a diploma or certificate of attendance.
Exit_Codes Dropped Out: GED Program D05 Dropped Out: GED Program 17 Dropped Out: GED Program
Exit_Codes Dropped Out: Moved not known continuing D06 Dropped Out: Moved not known continuing 18 Dropped Out: Moved not known continuing
Exit_Codes Dropped Out: Other D01 Dropped Out: Other 19 Dropped Out: Other
Exit_Codes Remained: Advanced R001 Remained: Advanced 20 Remained in same school and advanced grade or advanced grade and moved onto the next school following natural progression, e.g., moving from middle school to junior high school.
Exit_Codes Remained: Retained R002 Remained: Retained 21 Remained in same school and was retained in the grade level.
Exit_Codes Remained: Other R003 Remained: Other 22 Student has remained in the building but has changed one or more of the following statuses.  Residency Status, Full-Time/Part-Time Status.
Exit_Codes Remained: Changed Grade R004 Remained: Changed Grade 23 Student remains in the same district and building, but changed grade.
Followup_Placement_Relation_Codes Not Related NR Not Related 1 Placement is not related to the career education training received.
Followup_Placement_Relation_Codes Related R Related 2 Placement is related to the career education training received.
Followup_Status_Codes 2 Year 2YR 2 Year 1 Attending a 2-year college.
Followup_Status_Codes 4 Year 4YR 4 Year 2 Attending a 4-year college.
Followup_Status_Codes Employment EMP Employment 3 Competitively employed.
Followup_Status_Codes Military MIL Military 4 Serving in the military.
Followup_Status_Codes Non-College NOC Non-College 5 Attending a non-college credit postsecondary school.
Followup_Status_Codes Not Available NA Not Available 6 Not available for placement.
Followup_Status_Codes Other OTH Other 7 Not included in specified categories.
Followup_Status_Codes Unknown UNK Unknown 8 Unknown follow-up status.
Gender_Codes Male M Male 1 Male Gender
Gender_Codes Female F Female 2 Female Gender
GPAScale_Codes 4 Point Scale 4 4 Point Scale 1 School uses 4 Point Scale
GPAScale_Codes 11 Point Scale 11 11 Point Scale 2 School uses 11 Point Scale
Homeless_Codes Not Homeless NH Not Homeless 1 Student is not homeless.
Homeless_Codes Shelters SH Shelters 2 Homeless primary night time residence is shelters.
Homeless_Codes Unsheltered US Unsheltered 3 Unsheltered (e.g., cars, parks, campgrounds, abandoned buildings, substandard or inadequate housing, etc.)
Homeless_Codes Doubled Up DU Doubled Up 4 Doubled-up (including runaway youth or unaccompanied youth who live with relatives or friends due to being homeless)
Homeless_Codes Hotel/Motel HM Hotel/Motel 5 Homeless primary night time residence is hotel or motel.
HS_CareerED_Codes Not H.S. Career Ed. NHS Not Career Ed. 1 Student has not completed or currently enrolled in a High School Career Ed course.
HS_CareerED_Codes Career Ed - Less than One Credit LTO Less than One Credit 2 A secondary student (grade 9-12) who has earned less than one credit in any Department-approved career and technical education program area.
HS_CareerED_Codes Career Ed - Participant PHS Participant 3 A secondary student (grade 9-12) who has earned one or more credits in any Department-approved career and technical education program area.
HS_CareerED_Codes Career Ed - Participant Tech Prep PTP Participant Tech Prep 4 A student who is enrolled in at least a three sequential career technical education credit course/s grades 11 or 12. The student must be enrolled in a Tech Prep program and have an articulation agreement signed by (secondary education agency) (postsecondary education agency) (student). The articulation agreement must be a non duplicative sequence of training that leads to a two year degree or two year program certificate.
HS_CareerED_Codes Career Ed - Concentrator (Participant) CHS Concentrator (Participant) 5 A secondary student (grade 9-12) who has earned three or more units of credit in a sequence in a Department-approved career and technical education program area.
HS_CareerED_Codes Career Ed - Concentrator (Not Participant) CNP Concentrator (Not Participant) 6 A secondary student (grade 9-12) who has earned three or more units of credit in a sequence in a Department-approved career and technical education program area, but has not participated in a Department-approved career and technical education program area during the reporting school year.
HS_CareerED_Codes Career Ed - Concentrator Tech Prep (Participant) CTP Concentrator Tech Prep (Participant) 7 In addition to the requirement of a Tech Prep participant the student will have earned three sequential CTE credits grades 11 or 12.
HS_CareerED_Codes Career Ed - Concentrator Tech Prep (Not Participant) CNT Concentrator Tech Prep (Not Participant) 8 In addition to the requirement of a Tech Prep participant the student will have earned three sequential CTE credits grades 11 or 12 but has not participated in a Department-approved career and technical education program area during the reporting school year.
LEP_Codes Not LEP NLP Not LEP 1 Student is not LEP
LEP_Codes Not Receiving Services NRC NRC 2 Student is LEP and is not receiving services.
LEP_Codes 1 Year Monitoring MY1 1 Yr Monitoring 3 Student is LEP and is in first year monitoring.
LEP_Codes 2 Year Monitoring MY2 2 Yr Monitoring 4 Student is LEP and is in second year monitoring.
LEP_Codes Receiving services RCV Receiving services 5 Student is LEP and is receiving ELL services
LEP_ELL_Exit_Codes Language Proficiency Test LPT Language Proficiency Test 1 Language Proficiency Test
LEP_ELL_Exit_Codes Informal Assessment IFA Informal Assessment 2 Informal Assessment
LEP_ELL_Exit_Codes Teacher Interview TCI Teacher Interview 3 Teacher Interview
LEP_ELL_Exit_Codes Parent Request PRQ Parent Request 4 Parent Request
LEP_ELL_Exit_Codes Student Grades STG Student Grades 5 Student Grades
LEP_ELL_Exit_Test_Codes LAS LAS LAS 1 Language Assessment Scales (LAS)
LEP_ELL_Exit_Test_Codes IPT IPT IPT 2 Idea Placement Tests
LEP_ELL_Exit_Test_Codes WMLS-R WML WMLS-R 3 Woodcock-Munoz Language Survey (WMLS-R)
LEP_ELL_Exit_Test_Codes MACII MAC MACII 4 Maculaitis Assessment of Competencies (MACII)
LEP_ELL_Exit_Test_Codes Stanford STA Stanford 5 Stanford
LEP_ELL_Exit_Test_Codes Other OTH Other 6 Other
Lunch_Status_Codes Unreduced Lunch U Unreduced Lunch 1 Student pays full lunch price.
Lunch_Status_Codes Free Lunch F Free Lunch 2 Student is eligible for free lunch.
Lunch_Status_Codes Reduced Lunch R Reduced Lunch 3 Student is eligible for reduced price lunch.
Migrant_Codes Not Migrant NM Not Migrant 1 Student is not considered to be migrant.
Migrant_Codes Migrant MG Migrant 2 Student is considered to be migrant.
Migrant_Codes Migrant Priority MP Migrant Priority 3 Student is considered migrant and is classified as having priority for services.
PAP_Race_Ethnicity Asian A Asian 1 Asian:  A person having origins in any of the original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent.
PAP_Race_Ethnicity Black B Black 2 Black (Not of Hispanic Origin): A person having origins in any of the Black racial groups of Africa.
PAP_Race_Ethnicity Hispanic H Hispanic 3 Hispanic or Latino: A person of Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central or South American, or other Spanish culture or origin--regardless of race.
PAP_Race_Ethnicity Indian I Indian 4 Indian (American Indian or Alaskan Native): A person having origins in any of the original peoples of North America and who maintains cultural identification through tribal affiliation or community recognition.
PAP_Race_Ethnicity White W White 5 White (Not of Hispanic Origin): A person having origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, North Africa, or the Middle East.
PAP_Race_Ethnicity Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander P Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 6 Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander: A person having origins in any of the original peoples of the Hawaiian or other Pacific Islands.
PAP_Race_Ethnicity Multi-Racial M Multi-Racial 7 Multi-Racial: A person having origins from more than one racial heritage.
PAP_Race_Ethnicity Other/Unknown O Other/Unknown 8 Other/Unknown: A person identified as other or race is undetermined.
Period_Codes Period 01 01 Period 01 1  
Period_Codes Period 02 02 Period 02 2  
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Period_Codes Period 10 10 Period 10 10  
Perkins_RetentionLeft_Codes Tfer to 2-or 4-yr postsecondary institution T01 Tfer to 2-or 4-yr postsecondary institution 1 Transferred to another 2-or 4-year postsecondary institution during the reporting year and enrolled in postsecondary education in the previous reporting year.
Perkins_RetentionLeft_Codes Deceased T02 Deceased 2 Deceased and was enrolled in a postsecondary institution during the reporting year and enrolled in postsecondary education in the previous reporting year.
Perkins_RetentionLeft_Codes Grad with Cred but not enrolled previous year G01 Grad with Cred but not enrolled previous year 3 Graduated with an Industrial Recognized Credential during the reporting year and not enrolled in postsecondary education in the previous reporting year.
Perkins_RetentionLeft_Codes Grad with Cred and enrolled previous year G02 Grad with Cred and enrolled previous year 4 Graduated with an Industrial Recognized Credential during the reporting year and enrolled in postsecondary education in the previous reporting year.
Perkins_RetentionLeft_Codes Grad with 1-yr Certificate but not enrolled previous year G03 Grad with 1-yr Certificate but not enrolled previous year 5 Graduated with a 1-year Certificate during the reporting year and not enrolled in postsecondary education in the previous reporting year.
Perkins_RetentionLeft_Codes Grad with 1-yr Certificate and enrolled previous year G04 Grad with 1-yr Certificate and enrolled previous year 6 Graduated with a 1-year Certificate during the reporting year and enrolled in postsecondary education in the previous reporting year.
Perkins_RetentionLeft_Codes Grad with 2-yr Certificate but not enrolled previous year G05 Grad with 2-yr Certificate but not enrolled previous year 7 Graduated with a 2-year Certificate during the reporting year and not enrolled in postsecondary education in the previous reporting year.
Perkins_RetentionLeft_Codes Grad with 2-yr Certificate and enrolled previous year G06 Grad with 2-yr Certificate and enrolled previous year 8 Graduated with a 2-year Certificate during the reporting year and enrolled in postsecondary education in the previous reporting year.
Perkins_RetentionLeft_Codes Grad with 2-yr Degree but not enrolled previous year G07 Grad with 2-yr Degree but not enrolled previous year 9 Graduated with a 2-year Degree during the reporting year and not enrolled in postsecondary education in the previous reporting year.
Perkins_RetentionLeft_Codes Grad with 2-yr Degree and enrolled previous year G08 Grad with 2-yr Degree and enrolled previous year 10 Graduated with a 2-year Degree during the reporting year and enrolled in postsecondary education in the previous reporting year.
Perkins_RetentionLeft_Codes Remained: Retained R01 Remained: Retained 11 Remained enrolled in original postsecondary institution during the reporting year and enrolled in postsecondary education in the previous reporting year.
Perkins_RetentionLeft_Codes Dropped Out: Expulsion D01 Dropped Out: Expulsion 12 Dropped Out: Expulsion from the enrolled original postsecondary institution during the reporting year and enrolled in postsecondary education in the previous reporting year.
Perkins_Student_Type Secondary S Secondary 1  
Perkins_Student_Type Post-Secondary P Post-Secondary 2  
Perkins_Student_Type Adult A Adult 3  
Perkins_Student_Type Not Applicable N Not Applicable 4  
Physical_Fit_Assessment_Codes Within Health Fitness Range HFR Within HFR 1 Student was tested and met or exceeded the healthy fitness range score.
Physical_Fit_Assessment_Codes Tested TESTED Tested 2 Student was tested and failed to meet the healthy fitness range score.
Physical_Fit_Assessment_Codes Not Tested NOT TESTED Not Tested 3 Student was not tested.
Position_Codes Central Office Administration 10 ADMIN 1 Central Office Administration (Includes Career Education Administrators)
Position_Codes Building Principals 20 PRIN 2 Building Principals
Position_Codes Supervisors 30 SUPER 3 Supervisors
Position_Codes Media Personnel 40 MEDIA 4 Media Personnel
Position_Codes Guidance Personnel/Placement Specialists 50 GUID 5 Guidance Personnel/Placement Specialists
Position_Codes Teachers 60 TEACH 6 Teachers
Position_Codes Other Pupil Services Personnel 70 PUPIL SERV 7 Other Pupil Services Personnel
Position_Codes Aides 80 AIDE 8 Aides
Position_Codes Ancillary Personnel 90 ANCIL 9 Ancillary Personnel
Race_Ethnicity_Codes Asian A Asian 1 Asian (or Pacific Islander):  A person having origins in any of the original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia, the Pacific Islands, or the Indian subcontinent.  This area includes, for example, China, India, Japan, Korea, the Philippine Islands, an
Race_Ethnicity_Codes Black B Black 2 Black (Not of Hispanic Origin):  A person having origins in any of the Black racial groups of Africa.
Race_Ethnicity_Codes Hispanic H Hispanic 3 Hispanic A person of Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central or South American, or other Spanish culture or origin--regardless of race.
Race_Ethnicity_Codes Indian I Indian 4 Indian (American Indian or Alaskan Native):  A person having origins in any of the original peoples of North America and who maintains cultural identification through tribal affiliation or community recognition.
Race_Ethnicity_Codes White W White 5 White (Not of Hispanic Origin):  A person having origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, North Africa, or the Middle East.
Resident_Status_Codes Resident I R1 Resident I 1 Student resides and attends school in the district.
Resident_Status_Codes Resident II R2 Resident II 2 Student residing in the district but legally attending school in another district for whom the resident district is paying full tuition.
Resident_Status_Codes Non-Resident NR Non-Resident 4 Student that does not reside in the attending district for which the district is receiving tuition from the sending district.  
Resident_Status_Codes Deseg-In DI Deseg-In 5 Desegregation students transferred in from another district to the reporting district where both districts previously were within the jurisdiction of a desegregation court order.
Resident_Status_Codes Parent Tuition PT Parent Tuition 7  
Resident_Status_Codes FedLands FL FedLands 8  
Resident_Status_Codes Home School HS Home School 9  
School_Choice_Codes Eligible for School Choice E Eligible 1 Indicates the student was eligible for school choice. This code indicates that a student was eligible, but was not offered school choice. This might occur if a student joins a district late in the year.
School_Choice_Codes Offered School Choice O Offered 2 Indicates the student was eligible for school choice and was offered the option.
School_Choice_Codes Applied for School Choice A Applied 3 Indicates the student has applied for school choice, but was denied. By default this code also indicates the student was eligible and/or offered.
School_Choice_Codes Received School Choice R Received 4 Indicates the student has received school choice. By default this code also indicates the student was eligible, offered, and/or applied.
SPED_Placement_Codes IN THE REGULAR EC PROGRAM AT LEAST 80% OF TIME 00A1 EC, Regular 80% 1 Children with disabilities who attend an early childhood program and are in the early childhood program for at least 80% of time.
SPED_Placement_Codes IN THE REGULAR EC PROGRAM 40% to 79% OF TIME 00A2 EC, Regular 40-79% 2 Children with disabilities who attend an early childhood program and are in the early childhood program for no more than 79% but no less than 40% of time.
SPED_Placement_Codes IN THE REGULAR EC PROGRAM LESS THAN 40% OF TIME 00A3 EC, Regular < 40% 3 Children with disabilities who attend an early childhood program and are in the early childhood program for less than 40% of time.
SPED_Placement_Codes SEPARATE CLASS 00B1 Separate Class 4 Children with disabilities who attend a special education program in a class with less than 50% nondisabled children. (Do not include children who also attend a regular early childhood program.)
SPED_Placement_Codes SEPARATE SCHOOL 00B2 Separate School 5 Children with disabilities who receive special education and related services in public or private day schools designed specifically for children with disabilities. (Do not include children who also attend a regular early childhood program.)
SPED_Placement_Codes RESIDENTIAL FACILITY 00B3 Residential Facility 6 Children with disabilities who receive special education and related services in publicly or privately operated residential schools or residential medical facilities on an inpatient basis. (Do not include children who also attend a regular early childhood program.)
SPED_Placement_Codes HOME 00B4 Home 7 Children with disabilities who receive special education and related services in the principal residence of the child’s family or caregivers, and who did not attend an early childhood program or a special education program provided in a separate class, separate school, or residential facility. Include children who receive special education both at home and in a service provider location. The term caregiver includes babysitters.
SPED_Placement_Codes SERVICE PROVIDER LOCATION 00B5 Service Prov Location 8 Children with disabilities who receive all of their specialeducation and related services from a service provider, and who did not attend an early childhood program or a special education program provided in a separate class, separate school, or residential facility.  For example: speech instruction provided in:  private clinicians offices, clinicians offices located in school building, hospital facilities on an outpatient basis, and libraries and other public locations.  Do not include children who also receive special education at home.  Children who receive special education both in a service provider location and at home should be reported in the Home category.
SPED_Placement_Codes INSIDE THE REGULAR CLASS 80 PERCENT OR MORE OF THE DAY 1100 INSIDE REG 80% OR MORE 9 Students with disabilities who are inside the regular classroom for 80% or more of the school day. (These are students who receive special education and related services outside the regular classroom for less than 21% of the school day.)  This may apply to students with disabilities placed in:



-Regular class with special education/related services provided within regular classes

-Regular class with special education/related services provided outside regular classes;

-Regular class with special education services provided in resource rooms.



This could include students with disabilities placed in an alternative school program with non-disabled peers.  Do not include students with disabilities who are parentally placed in private schools to whom the public district is providing special education and related services – see code 2100.
SPED_Placement_Codes INSIDE REGULAR CLASS NO MORE THAN 79% OF THE DAY AND NO LESS THAN 40% OF THE DAY 1201 INSIDE REG BETWEEN 79% AND 40% 10 Students with disabilities who are inside the regular classroom between 40 and 79% of the day.  (These are students who received special education and related services outside the regular classroom for at least 21% but no more than 60% of the school day.)  This does not apply to students who are receiving education programs in public or private separate school or residential facilities.  This may apply to students placed in:



-Resource rooms with special education/related services provided within the resource room

-Resource rooms with part-time instruction in a regular class



This could include students with disabilities placed in an alternative school program with non-disabled peers.  Do not include students with disabilities who are parentally placed in private schools to whom the public district is providing special education and related services – see code 2100.
SPED_Placement_Codes INSIDE REGULAR CLASS LESS THAN 40 PERCENT OF THE DAY 1301 INSIDE REG LESS THAN 40% 11 Students with disabilities who are inside the regular classroom less that 40% of the school day. (These are students who received special education and related services outside the regular classroom for more than 60% of the school day.)  This does not apply to students who are receiving education programs in public or private separate school or residential facilities.  This category may apply to students placed in:



-Self-contained special classrooms with part-time instruction in a regular class

-Self-contained special classrooms with full-time special education instruction on a regular school campus



This could include students with disabilities placed in an alternative school program with non-disabled peers.  Do not include students with disabilities who are parentally placed in private schools to whom the public district is providing special education and related services – see code 2100.
SPED_Placement_Codes STATE OPERATED SEPARATE SCHOOL 1401 State Operated School 12 This category should only be used by Missouri School for the Blind, Missouri School for the Deaf, and State Schools for the Severely Handicapped.  Regular districts should no longer report resident students who are attending these state operated programs.
SPED_Placement_Codes PRIVATE SEPARATE DAY FACILITY 1402 Private Sep Day School 13 Children with disabilities who receive all of their special education and related services, at public expense, for greater than 50 percent of the school day in private separate facilities.  This includes students with disabilities who are served by a private educational agency other than a parochial school.  This includes those approved private agencies with whom districts contract to provide special education services to students within their district.
SPED_Placement_Codes PUBLIC SEPARATE DAY FACILITY 1403 Public Sep Day School 14 Children with disabilities who receive all of their special education and related services for greater than 50 percent of the school day in public separate facilities.  This includes those students with disabilities placed by the IEP team in a segregated facility operated by a public school.  This does not include residential facilities and does not encompass facilities that include non-disabled students such as alternative school programs.
SPED_Placement_Codes HOMEBOUND/HOSPITAL 1601 Home/Hospital 15 Due to student's illness, medically fragile condition, or a disciplinary suspension, the student receives special education at home or in a hospital via a visiting teacher or telephone instruction based on the student's IEP.
SPED_Placement_Codes PRIVATE RESIDENTIAL FACILITY 1701 Private Res Facility 16 Children with disabilities who receive all of their special education and related services, at public expense, for greater than 50 percent of the school day in private residential facilities, who are placed by the public school IEP team.  This does not include students living in private residential facilities but attending public schools.
SPED_Placement_Codes CORRECTIONAL FACILITY 1801 Correctional Facility 17 Children with disabilities who receive all of their special education and related services in a correctional facility. This includes those students in city/county jails, short term detention facilities and other correctional facilities.
SPED_Placement_Codes PARENTALLY PLACED PRIVATE 2100 Parentally Placed Private 18 Children with disabilities who are parentally placed in private schools, including home schools, and are receiving special education and related services outside the regular classroom for less than 21 percent of the school day from the public school.
SPED_Program_Exit_Codes RETURNED TO REGULAR EDUCATION 01 RTN REG ED 1 Students (valid ages 5-22) who were served in special education during the school year but returned to regular education as a result of having met the objectives of their IEP.  These students no longer have an IEP and are receiving all of their educational services from the general education program. This excludes early childhood children going into kindergarten (see exit code 11 below).
SPED_Program_Exit_Codes GRADUATED WITH DIPLOMA 02 GRD DIPLOMA 2 Students (valid ages 17-22) with disabilities who exited the educational program through the receipt of a high school diploma identical to that for which students without disabilities are eligible. This includes students with disabilities who meet state and local graduation requirements by taking and passing regular courses with or without modification and/or successfully achieving IEP goals and objectives.
SPED_Program_Exit_Codes RECEIVED CERTIFICATE 03 RCVD CERT 3 Students (valid ages 17-22) with disabilities who exited an educational program through the receipt of a certificate of attendance.  This includes students who reached age 21 or otherwise terminated their education and who have met the district’s attendance requirements.
SPED_Program_Exit_Codes REACHED MAXIMUM AGE 04 MAXIMUM AGE 4 Students (valid ages 20-22) with disabilities who exited an educational program because they reached the maximum age for receipt of educational services and did not receive a diploma or certificate of attendance.
SPED_Program_Exit_Codes DIED 05 DIED 5 Students (valid ages 3-22) with disabilities who died during the school year.
SPED_Program_Exit_Codes MOVED, KNOWN TO BE CONTINUING 06 MOVE KNOWN 6 Students (valid ages 3-22) with disabilities who moved out of the district and are known to be continuing in another special or general educational program.  This includes students who previously received special education services from the district but left the district to attend a home school or private/parochial school.
SPED_Program_Exit_Codes MOVED, NOT KNOWN TO BE CONTINUING 07 MOVE UNKNWN 7 Students (valid ages 3-22) with disabilities who have moved out of the district and are not known to be continuing in any type of educational program (i.e., no records request from another educational program).
SPED_Program_Exit_Codes DROPPED OUT 08 DROPPED OUT 8 Students (valid ages 14-22)  with disabilities who are enrolled during the year and were not enrolled at the end of the year and did not exit through exit categories 01-07. This includes dropouts, runaways, expulsions, GED recipients, and status unknown.
SPED_Program_Exit_Codes K, NO SPED 11 K, NO SPED 9 Students (valid ages 4-5) who were served in early childhood special education during the school year and will enter kindergarten with no special education services as a result of having met the objectives of their IEP.  These students no longer have an IEP and will receive all of their educational services from the general education program.
SPED_Program_Exit_Codes K, OUTSIDE REGULAR < 21 12 K, < 21% 10 Students (valid ages 4-5) who were served in early childhood special education during the school year and will enter kindergarten. These children will receive special education and related services outside the regular classroom for less than 21 percent of the school day.
SPED_Program_Exit_Codes K, OUTSIDE REGULAR 21-60 13 K, 21%-60% 11 Students (valid ages 4-5) who were served in early childhood special education during the school year and will enter kindergarten.  These children will receive special education and related services outside the regular classroom for at least 21 percent but no more than 60 percent of the school day.
SPED_Program_Exit_Codes K, OUTSIDE REGULAR > 60 14 K, > 60% 12 Students (valid ages 4-5) who were served in early childhood special education during the school year and will enter kindergarten. These children will receive special education and related services outside the regular classroom for more than 60 percent of the school day.
SPED_Program_Exit_Codes K, HOMEBOUND/HOSPITAL 15 K, HOMEBOUN 13 Students (valid ages 4-5) who were served in early childhood special education during the school year and will enter kindergarten. Due to student's illness or medically fragile condition, the student will receive special education at home or in a hospital via a visiting teacher or telephone instruction based on the student's IEP.
SPED_Program_Exit_Codes K, SEPARATE SPED SCHOOL 16 K, SEP SCHL 14 Students (valid ages 4-5) who were served in early childhood special education during the school year and will enter kindergarten in a separate public or private school that is only for students with disabilities.
SPED_Program_Exit_Codes PARENT WITHDREW STUDENT 17 WITHDRAWN 15 Students (valid ages 3-6) who had received special education services during the school year and whose parents withdrew the students from the special education program.
SPED_Program_Exit_Codes NO LONGER REQ/ELIG FOR SERVICES 18 NO LNGR REQ/ELIG 16 Students (valid ages 3-4) who were served in early childhood special education during the school year and not yet eligible for kindergarten, but will no longer require or be eligible for early childhood special education services.
Student_Grade_Level_Codes Pre-Kindergarten PK Pre-Kindergarten 1 Student in Pre-Kindergarten (3 and 4 year olds)
Student_Grade_Level_Codes Kindergarten  K Kindergarten 2 Student in Kindergarten  (Space K)
Student_Grade_Level_Codes Kindergarten AM KA Kind AM 3 Student in Kindergarten  (AM)
Student_Grade_Level_Codes Kindergarten PM KP Kind PM 4 Student in Kindergarten  (PM)
Student_Grade_Level_Codes First Grade 01 First Grade 5 Student in First Grade
Student_Grade_Level_Codes Second Grade 02 Second Grade 6 Student in Second Grade
Student_Grade_Level_Codes Third Grade 03 Third Grade 7 Student in Third Grade
Student_Grade_Level_Codes Fourth Grade 04 Fourth Grade 8 Student in Fourth Grade
Student_Grade_Level_Codes Fifth Grade 05 Fifth Grade 9 Student in Fifth Grade
Student_Grade_Level_Codes Sixth Grade 06 Sixth Grade 10 Student in Sixth Grade
Student_Grade_Level_Codes Seventh Grade 07 Seventh Grade 11 Student in Seventh Grade
Student_Grade_Level_Codes Eighth Grade 08 Eighth Grade 12 Student in Eighth Grade
Student_Grade_Level_Codes Ninth Grade 09 Ninth Grade 13 Student in Ninth Grade
Student_Grade_Level_Codes Tenth Grade 10 Tenth Grade 14 Student in Tenth Grade
Student_Grade_Level_Codes Eleventh Grade 11 Eleventh Grade 15 Student in Eleventh Grade
Student_Grade_Level_Codes Twelfth Grade 12 Twelfth Grade 16 Student in Twelfth Grade
Supple_ED_Services_Codes Eligible for Supplemental Services E Eligible 1 Indicates the student was eligible for supplemental education services. This code indicates that a student was eligible, but was not offered supplemental education services. This might occur if a student joins a district late in the year.
Supple_ED_Services_Codes Offered Supplemental Services O Offered 2 Indicates the student was eligible for supplemental education services and was offered the option.
Supple_ED_Services_Codes Applied for Supplemental Services A Applied 3 Indicates the student has applied for supplemental education services, but was denied. By default this code also indicates the student was eligible and/or offered.
Supple_ED_Services_Codes Received Supplemental Services R Received 4 Indicates the student has received supplemental education services. By default this code also indicates the student was eligible, offered, and/or applied.
Tested_Codes Tested T   1  
Tested_Codes Passed P   2  
Tested_Codes Not Tested N   3  
Yes_No Yes Y Yes 1  
Yes_No No N No 2  
 
Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
Email:  webreplymosis@dese.mo.gov
Revised: March 24, 2008
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