Fall_2017_FRL_District_616026_7
 Share
The version of the browser you are using is no longer supported. Please upgrade to a supported browser.Dismiss

View only
 
 
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
1
2
Technical Notes
End of row
3
This dataset was created by the Center for Educational Performance and Information (CEPI).
End of row
4
General Information
End of row
5
1.0Counts reflect Michigan's students in grades K-12, including ungraded special education and early childhood.
End of row
6
2.0The K-12 group consists of kindergarten through 12th grade and ungraded special education (grade = 14).
End of row
7
3.0Students reported in an Early Childhood program (Grade = 30) provided the program was part of a public school program that is supported with public education funds or administered by a public school/district such as Great Start Readiness or Head Start are included in the counts.
End of row
8
4.0If duplicate student records were found, the record with the highest FTE was selected. If duplicates still existed, the record submitted most recently was selected. If duplicates still existed, the record submitted by the student's primary education providing entity was selected.
End of row
9
5.0Student records submitted that indicated they were a migrant or homeless student, or the student was identified via the direct certification process, or they were submitted as eligible for the free lunch program, counted as free lunch eligible.
End of row
10
6.0Student records submitted that indicated they are eligible for the reduced price lunch program and were not a migrant or homeless student, or were not indentified via the direct certification process, were counted as reduced price lunch eligible.
End of row
11
7.0Student records that were not eligible for either free lunch or reduced price lunch were counted as not eligible.
End of row
12
Data Sources:
End of row
13
1.0Fall 2017 Michigan Student Data System (MSDS)
End of row
14
2.0Student Record Maintenance with a record As of Date of 10/4/2017 and a certification date prior to 12/1/2017.
End of row
15
Base Population:
End of row
16
1.0The following students were excluded:
End of row
17
2.0 nonpublic school and home-school students as determined by student residency codes;
End of row
18
3.0 students who exited the district on or before 10/4/2017; and
End of row
19
4.0 students who enrolled in the district after 10/4/2017.
End of row
20
Output:
End of row
21
1.0Dist_K-12
End of row
22
2.0Dist_K-12_Grade
End of row
23
3.0Dist_K-12_Ungraded AgeGrp
End of row
24
4.0Dist_PreK
End of row
25
Notes:
End of row
26
1.0Age-group summaries were created for ungraded special education students and pre-kindergarten students. The following are the age-group categories:
End of row
27
2.0age 0 to 4
End of row
28
3.0age 5 to 19
End of row
29
4.0age 20 to 26
End of row
30
5.0older than age 26
End of row
31
6.0Starting in Fall 2014, special education students in the age 0 to 4 range identification improved. Accordingly, that age-group will see an increase compared to prior years.
32
7.0Starting in Fall 2016, adult education students are no longer collected in MSDS, and therefore are not included in this report.
33
8.0Beginning with the 2016-17 school year, Detroit City School District (DPS; district code 82010) was eliminated as an operational district for purposes of educating students and was replaced by Detroit Public Schools Community District (DPSCD; district code 82015). For longitudinal purposes, DPSCD is considered a continuation of the DPS for all but historical debt resolution. Accordingly, historical data under DPS/82010 has been assigned to the new district DPSCD/82015 for trending purposes. If this is your first time receiving data from CEPI, you do not need to do anything further: CEPI has already assigned the new district code to prior school year data, and you will only see 82015 in your dataset. If you have previously received data and intend to merge datasets, you will need to first reassign/recode past data from DPS/82010 to DPSCD/82015.
34
9.0Starting in Fall 2017, the direct certification of free or reduced-price eligibility was expanded to include income data for Medicaid eligible students. This expansion led to a significant increase in the number of students directly certified eligible for free meals, and a decrease in the number eligible for reduced-price meals. Overall, there was a significant increase in the number of students eligible for free or reduced-price meals compared to Fall 2016.
End of row
35
End of Worksheet
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
Loading...
Main menu