Information - Civil Rights Data Collection for 2020-21 Administration

The Office of Civil Rights has received approval to conduct the Civil Rights Data Collection for the 2020-21 school year. We are currently reviewing the School and LEA Survey Forms to see what changes were made for the 2020-21 collection. Preliminary information indicates that the data collection process will begin in the winder to 2022. More information regarding the requirements and reporting timeline can be found at:

Office of Civil Rights

CRDC Resource Center

Information - Civil Rights Data Collection for 2019-20 Administration: 

Preliminary indications are that the 2019-20 CRDC Administration will be shifted to the 2020-21 school year as found in ,  the Supporting Statements link, document  OMB Supporting Statement B.PC60.07 01 20 2.

The CRDC Partner Support Center and we are waiting for an official announcement from the OCR before posting further information.

Information - Civil Rights Data Collection for 2017-18 Administration:

The following information was posted on the Civil Rights Partner Support Center site on 4/17/2019:

The 2017-18 CRDC Has been Extended for Two Weeks

Due to the extremely high volume of data submissions, OCR has granted all districts who have not yet certified their data a two-week extension from your LEA's original due date

The 4/26/2019 Aeries Web update included these enhancements and updates: 

1.  CRDC for the 2017-18 school year was not saving the Algebra I in Grade 8 counts in the extract file, fixed. 

2. The No Show logic has been enhanced to accommodate districts that do not set a No Show option. 

3. The PreSchool definition was pulling grades from the COD table for schools other than school 0, fixed. 

4. The APIB-6 AP Student Enrollment table was not providing counts if one of the AP lists had no courses selected, fixed. 

The 4/11/2019 Aeries Web update included these enhancements and updates:

1. CRDC Extract for the 2017-18 school year has been updated to better accommodate Skip logic for schools with no preschool. 

2. Sections with Expulsion with/without Ed Services using multiple codes including the ADS table in some cases was including students that were not expelled, fixed. 

3. OFFN-1 Section had the potential to show 0 if not all codes were mapped, fixed. 

4. Days Suspended has been enhanced to avoid potential rounding errors.

The 4/4/2019 Aeries Web update included these enhancements and updates:

1. The CRDC options (DPT) and NCES numbers (LOC.NDS) are now saved to the next year (2018-19) database upon page load, or upon page Save. This is to ensure that the setup will roll forward into next year's database.

2. Blank code values can now be selected and saved on the Codes page.

3. We are now including Legal Gender (LSI.GN) to determine the Male/Female counts.

4. Some districts were getting a "Column 'TOTAL' does not belong to table" error in the completion email and the extract was not generating, fixed.

5.  The Create Reset (NS) Extract link was not downloading the NS Extract file, fixed.

6. Adjusted date logic for certain discipline calculations that determine if the student was with or without a disability at the time of the suspension/expulsion/incident. (DISC-7b/9b, DISC-7c/9c, HIBS 2a/2b/2c,RSTR-3)

7. Retention counts included delete-tagged records (RETN-2 GRK through RETN-2 GR12)

8. Adjusted logic for Offenses (OFFN-1) to count unique instances based on Incident ID (ADS.IID).

9. We recently received confirmation from the CRDC Partner Support Center that the student enrollment counts and class counts need to be applied to the student's primary enrollment school, not the school where they took the course. This will affect counts for concurrent enrollment students that were taking a math or science course in the concurrent enrollment school on the Fall Reporting Date or taking an Algebra I course in the concurrent enrollment school at the end of the school year (or end of terms if MST.BL > 1). 


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