Civil Rights Data Collection Report
The Civil Rights Data Collection page and extract will assist you in collecting data for the U.S. Department of Education Civil Rights Data Collection Report and is available in Aeries Web for the 2017-19 Civil Rights Data Collection. This report provides information about the enrollment of, and the educational services provided to, students in public schools by race/ethnicity, sex, and disability. Please note some of the information on this report cannot be calculated by Aeries and must be filled in by hand at each school site.
The Civil Rights Data Collection is a biennial survey of public schools and the data required for this report is stored in the prior year database. Since some schools store their data in different tables or fields the screens in Aeries allow you to select where your school stores this data. Default buttons are also available on some of the screens that select where this data is normally stored within the Aeries database and will update the options.
Please see the Civil Rights documentation for more information on how to set up and process the Civil Rights Data Collection.
Student National Origin Report (SNOR)
The SNOR report is used by California Department of Education to collect the results of the annual count of eligible immigrant students. The immigrant enrollment data in the SNOR Report only includes immigrant students who have enrolled in a U.S. school within the last three school years. Immigrant students who have been enrolled for longer than three years are not included in this data.
NOTE: The SNOR information is now gathered by CALPADS. This report can be used as an alternate method to double check counts.
The SNOR Report is currently under development to be converted to Aeries Web and should be released by the end of October, 2020. The report can be located in currently in Client only thru View All Reports. Select the Print SNOR Report and the following selection box will display. The date displayed will be 3 years prior to today’s date. Enter the date from the paperwork provided by the state.
The data for the SNOR Report is determined by the data in the STU.BCU and LAC.USS fields. The program first determines if the student has a valid CSIS country code in the Country (STU.BCU) field other than the US country code.
The date entered in the SNOR Report Options is then compared to the US School Entry Date (LAC.USS) field to determine if the date is within the last three years. If so, the student is included in the report. The options available for this report are summarized totals of students for each country code or can contain student details and the total of students for each country code. The option is also available to include U.S. Trust Territories for verification purposes and inactive students for both of these reports.
The example below of the SNOR Report is generated at a school. If generated at the district it will separate out each school and will print the school number and name at the top. The report will print totals that will be broken out into Columns which is how the data is entered in the CDE online system or hand written on to the CDE SNOR Report. The following report contains the student details. The report headings include the Aeries Code, Country Code, Country Name and Total.
Language Census Report (R30)
The Language Census Report is reported through Fall 2 for each section. It is now populated and reported from Aeries to CALPADS through the master Schedule screen or the Elementary Teachers screen.
For more information on Fall 2 Reporting please see these articles: CALPADS Fall 2 Reporting.