The Civil Rights Data Collection (BETA) form is designed to assist you with collecting data for the 2017-18 U.S. Department of Education 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 for each school site.
The next Civil Rights Data Collection is for the 2017-18 school year. According to the Civil Rights Data Collection Resource Center the CRDC Submission Tool will open on February 8, 2019 for the West Coast region and remain open for 75 days. Please check the Civil Rights Data Collection Resource Center for more information about the CRDC collection window, resources, and collection questions.
The Civil Rights Data Collection for the 2017-18 data will be performed through Aeries Web Version. Aeries Client will not be used for the 2017-18 collection forward. The Civil Rights Data Collection page is available from the District or the School level. When run from the District level all of the schools selected in the Schools tab will be processed. Each time the data is processed the prior results are deleted and new results are saved.
Currently the Civil Rights Data Collection page is in a BETA status. The set up screens are available and functioning and the data can be processed, but at this time we are only calculating the first four enrollment sections:
- ENRL-1 - Overall Student Enrollment
- ENRL-2a -Enrollment of English Learner Students - All EL Students
- ENRL-2b -Enrollment of English Learner Students - EL Students in Programs
- ENRL-3a -Enrollment of Students with Disabillties - IDEA Only
We will continue to add Civil Rights result sections as we complete our testing. We encourage users that are tasked with running the Civil Rights report to set up all of the options and supplementary tables prior to running the reports. That way as updates to the Civil Rights page are released those options will already be populated and will be used to populate the result sections.
NOTE: Prior to generating the Civil Rights Report it is suggested that you review the State Requirements for the 2017-2018 U.S. Department of Education Civil Rights Data Collection Report. The Civil Rights Data Collection Resource Center contains file layouts and data guides to help prepare for the Civil Rights Report.