APIB-2 – Student Enrollment in the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programme

APIB-3 – Advanced Placement (AP) Program Indicator

APIB-4 – Different Advanced Placement (AP) Courses

APIB-5 – Different Advanced Placement (AP) Courses

Student Enrollment in Advanced Placement (AP) Courses

APIB-7 – Advanced Placement (AP) Mathematics Enrollment Indicator

APIB-9 – Advanced Placement (AP) Science Enrollment Indicator

APIB-11 – Advanced Placement (AP) Computer Science Enrollment Indicator


APIB-1 – International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme


This indicator does not display on the Results page, but it is populated in the extract with either a Yes or a No. If APIB-2 includes any student counts, it will be populated with a Yes, otherwise it will be populated with a No.



APIB-2 – Student Enrollment in the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programme  


Students enrolled in the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programme – an unduplicated count of students that are enrolled in one or more IB classes as determined by the International Baccalaureate Courses option defined on the Codes tab. The default selection for IB courses is the Course Level (CRS.CL) = 37 or 38.



  • These counts are limited to students in grades 9 -12.
  • The program will check the CRS.CL field for codes 37 or 38.  The student will be counted only once regardless how many IB classes they are enrolled in. The program will check the identified MST User field (MST.U1 - MST.U8) to determine which Reporting Date to be used. For regular scheduling the count is based on the Fall Reporting date. For block scheduling where single term full year courses are identified by a MST User field (MST.U1 - MST.U8) counts are based on the Fall Reporting date and on the Spring Reporting date.  The program will then use Course Attendance (CAR) to verify that the student was enrolled in the course on the reporting date(s). 
  • Per CRDC guidelines the student enrollment in IB counts will be applied to their primary enrollment school when they are counted in the class, even if they are taking the class in a different (concurrent enrollment) school.
  • See ENRL-1 for additional information on which records are included in the counts as well as demographic breakdowns.




APIB-3 – Advanced Placement (AP) Program Indicator  


This indicator does not display on the Results page, but it is populated in the extract with either a Yes or a No. If APIB-6 includes any student counts, it will be populated with a Yes, otherwise it will be populated with a No.



APIB-4 – Different Advanced Placement (AP) Courses  


Advanced Placement (AP) Courses – an unduplicated count of courses where students are enrolled in one or more of the courses selected in the AP Math, AP Science, AP Computer Science and AP Other lists on the Courses tab. 



  • These counts are limited to students in grades 9 -12.
  • The course will be counted if at least one student is enrolled in one or more of the courses selected on the AP Math, AP Science, AP Computer Science or AP Other lists in the Courses tab.  The program will check the identified MST User field (MST.U1 - MST.U8) to determine which Reporting Date to be used. For regular scheduling the count is based on the Fall Reporting date. For block scheduling where single term full year courses are identified by a MST User field (MST.U1 - MST.U8) counts are based on the Fall Reporting date and on the Spring Reporting date.  The program will then use Course Attendance (CAR) to verify that the student was enrolled in the course on the reporting date(s).


 

APIB-5 – Different Advanced Placement (AP) Courses  

This indicator is not populated by Aeries.



Student Enrollment in Advanced Placement (AP) Courses  


Advanced Placement Student Enrollment – an unduplicated count of students enrolled in the courses selected in the AP Math, AP Science, AP Computer Science or AP Others lists on the Courses tab. 



  • These counts are limited to students in grades 9 – 12.
  • Students must be enrolled in the courses selected on the AP Math, AP Science, AP Computer Science or AP Other lists in the Courses tab.  The program will check the identified MST User field (MST.U1 - MST.U8) to determine which Reporting Date to be used. For regular scheduling the count is based on the Fall Reporting date. For block scheduling where single term full year courses are identified by a MST User field (MST.U1 - MST.U8) counts are based on the Fall Reporting date and on the Spring Reporting date.  The program will then use Course Attendance (CAR) to verify that the student was enrolled in the course on the reporting date(s).
  • Per CRDC guidelines the student enrollment in AP Courses counts will be applied to their primary enrollment school when they are counted in the class, even if they are taking the class in a different (concurrent enrollment) school.
  • Students may be counted in more than one table if they are taking several AP courses in different subject areas, such as AP Calculus and AP US History.
  • Students enrolled in two or more courses in the same subject list (such as AP Calculus and AP Statistics in the AP Math list, or AP US History and AP Economics in the AP Other list) should only be counted once for each list.
  • This logic pertains to tables:

APIB-6 – Advanced Placement (AP) Student Enrollment

APIB-8 – Student Enrollment in Advanced Placement (AP) Mathematics

APIB-10 – Student Enrollment in Advanced Placement (AP) Science

APIB-12 – Student Enrollment in Other Advanced Placement (AP) Subjects

  • APIB-6 – Advanced Placement (AP) Student Enrollment is an unduplicated count of students taking one or more AP courses as determined by courses selected in the AP Math, AP Science, AP Computer Science or AP Other lists in the Courses tab. A student taking several AP courses should only be counted once.
  • APIB-8 – Student Enrollment in Advanced Placement (AP) Mathematics is an unduplicated count of students taking one or more AP Math courses as determined by the courses selected in the AP Math list on the Courses tab. A student taking several AP Math courses should only be counted once.
  • APIB-10 – Student Enrollment in Advanced Placement (AP) Science is an unduplicated count of students taking one or more AP Science courses as determined by the courses selected in the AP Science list on the Courses tab. A student taking several AP Science courses should only be counted once.
  • APIB-12 – Student Enrollment in Advanced Placement (AP) Computer Science is an unduplicated count of students taking one or more AP Computer Science courses as determined by the courses selected in the AP Computer Science list on the Courses tab. A student taking several AP Computer Science courses should only be counted once.
  • See ENRL-1 for additional information on which records are included in the counts as well as demographic breakdowns.




APIB-7 – Advanced Placement (AP) Mathematics Enrollment Indicator


This indicator does not display on the Results page, but it is populated in the extract with either a Yes or a No. If APIB-8 includes any student counts, it will be populated with a Yes, otherwise it will be populated with a No.
 


APIB-9 – Advanced Placement (AP) Science Enrollment Indicator


This indicator does not display on the Results page, but it is populated in the extract with either a Yes or a No. If APIB-10 includes any student counts, it will be populated with a Yes, otherwise it will be populated with a No.



APIB-11 – Advanced Placement (AP) Computer Science Enrollment Indicator


This indicator does not display on the Results page, but it is populated in the extract with either a Yes or a No. If APIB-12 includes any student counts, it will be populated with a Yes, otherwise it will be populated with a No.