The passage of the "No Child Left Behind Act of 2001" increased accountability and reporting requirements regarding student academic achievement. In order to better respond to these and other federal and state reporting requirements, ISBE and the IBM Corporation are in the process of developing and implementing a state-level student information system. Through the project students will be assigned a unique identification number. All data to and from the state will use that unique identifier. The use of individual student records will:
- increase the state's capacity to follow a student's progress over time;
- provide better quality data to drive more enlightened policy decisions resulting in enhanced educational opportunities for all children;
- reduce data collection burden on schools and districts; and
- enhance the use and relevance of state data by districts and schools.
SIS End of school year 2017 planning for school year 2018 webinar
Join us for a webinar on Apr. 27, 2017 at 1:30 PM CDT.
- Welcome / Introductions
- Assessment Correction and Scores Process
- End of School Year 2017 Tasks
- What is required before exiting students?
- What can be provided after the student has been exited?
- Verify data used for Report Card and Accountability
- 2018 School Year Changes
- Military Changes
- Chronic Absenteeism
- Early Childhood Updates
- Birth to 3
- Early Childhood Program (Pre-k)
- Early Childhood Courses
- SIS Updates
- State Course COdes Added or Retired
- IEP/ISP/Private Schooled Indicator Change
- Service Provider for both IEP and ISP students
- Multiple SID Online
- Online Updates
- New Links on Student Profile
- EL Screener added
- Model for Kindergarten Only
- Dropped WAPT
- SIS Summer Training
- Upcoming Key Dates
- Districts’ Next Steps
- Where to Direct Questions
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
View System Requirements
Upcoming ISBE Student Information System Training
Upcoming SIS Webinars
- End of School Year 2017 and Planning for School Year 2018 - April 27, 2017, at 1:30 p.m.
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