Spring SRC - Miscellaneous Web Collection; Part 2
- CSA Variance Explanation
- Once a successful file has been processed, CSA information will be available to review.
- The head count for all students funded by CSA is based on the period July 1, 2016, through December 31, 2016.
- If there is a large discrepancy between LEA reported and CSA reported students, an explanation will be required in the space provided.
- If the SRC is resubmitted for division changes, the explanation will be deleted and a new one will need to be entered.
- For contractual divisions, only the fiscal agent division will be able to access this screen.
- Number of Days School was in Session
- Calculate the number of days between the first day of school and March 31.
- This information is required in order to calculate March 31 ADA and ADM.
First Semester Special Ed Regional Tuition Reimbursement
The Regional Tuition Reimbursement is the amount of money requested to be paid for the first semester. This covers the dates of 09/01 to 01/31 of the current school year. This dollar amount is required when the Serving Division is between 280 and 299, with the exception of division 283.
Our division sends a teacher to a private daycare center to provide speech services. How do I code this student’s PK Experience, PK Funding, and PK Weekly Time?
Report the PK Experience, PK Funding, and PK Weekly Time that coincides with the services the student receives in a public PK setting. Given the scenario above, the student would be coded in the following way:
PK Experience Code = 2 (Public Preschool)
PK Funding Source = 5 (Special Education Preschool)
PK Weekly Time = 1 (Less than 15 hours per week):
CRDC Warning: Have I entered consistent FTE information for classroom teachers?
How do I fix the following warning for CRDC?
“You have entered a total number of full-time teachers for this school that differs significantly from the total FTE count of “xx.xx” reported by your SEA through EDFacts You may wish to check the accuracy of your reported number of full-time teachers. If you wish to provide an explanation, you may enter it in the comment field”.
The teachers that are submitted to EDFacts are those teachers that are considered to be the “Teacher of Record” on the MSC. CRDC defines a teacher as someone who provides instruction, learning experiences, and care to students during a particular time period or in a given discipline. Teaching may be provided for students in a school classroom, in another location such as a home or hospital, and in other learning situations such as those involving co-curricular activities.
This includes regular classroom teachers, special education teachers, general elementary teachers, vocational/technical education teachers, teaching Principals, teaching School Counselors, teaching Librarians, teaching School Nurses, any other teacher administrator, teachers of ungraded students, and other teachers who teach students in any of grades preschool – grade 12.
Therefore, it is highly likely that the number of teachers submitted by EDFacts will be less than those that are being submitted on CRDC.