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CRDC District Setup

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The following data elements are required for CRDC district setup and reporting.

Data ElementAdditional Information[Table]FieldName

Courses

District Setup > Courses: Courses > CRDC Course Setup

LEA Questions
DSED-1, DSED-2. Is this a distance education course?Choose Yes or No to indicate whether this is a distance education course.[S_CRS_CRDC_X]DistanceLearning_YN
School Questions
PENR-6. Is this a credit recovery course?Choose Yes or No to indicate whether this is a credit recovery course.[S_CRS_CRDC_X]CreditRecovery_YN
Classes in Mathematics and Science Courses

Choose Yes or No for the following questions:

  • Does this qualify as an Algebra I course? (COUR-1a/b to COUR-4a/b, COUR-6a/b, COUR-7a/b, COUR-8, COUR-9)
  • Does this qualify as a Geometry course? (COUR-5a/b, COUR-8, COUR-9)
  • Does this qualify as an Algebra II course? (COUR-8, COUR-9, COUR-9a)
  • Does this qualify as an Advanced Math course (trigonometry, elementary analysis, analytic geometry, statistics, precalculus, etc)? (COUR-8, COUR-9, COUR-9b)

  • Does this qualify as a Calculus course? (COUR-8, COUR-9, COUR-9c)
  • Does this qualify as a Biology course? (COUR-10, COUR-11a)
  • Does this qualify as a Chemistry course? (COUR-10, COUR-11b)
  • Does this qualify as a Physics course? (COUR-10, COUR-11c)
  • Does this qualify as a Computer Science course? (COUR-15, COUR-16, COUR-17)

Note: If your school includes both Middle School and High School grade levels, the Section Grade Level is used to determine the Grade Level Algebra 1 and Geometry. Enter the Grade Level most representative of the students taking the course. 

[S_CRS_CRDC_X]CourseTypeAlgebraI_YN

[S_CRS_CRDC_X]CourseTypeGeometry_YN

[S_CRS_CRDC_X]CourseTypeAlgebraII_YN

[S_CRS_CRDC_X]CourseTypeAdvMath_YN

[S_CRS_CRDC_X]CourseTypeCalculus_YN

[S_CRS_CRDC_X]CourseTypeBiology_YN

[S_CRS_CRDC_X]CourseTypeChemistry_YN

[S_CRS_CRDC_X]CourseTypePhysics_YN

[S_CRS_CRDC_X]CourseTypeCompSci_YN

COUR-12, COUR-13 Single-sex Academic Classes

Which subject category does this fall under?

If this is a single-sex class, choose the applicable subject category:

  • (AG) Algebra or Geometry
  • (MT) Other Math
  • (SC) Science
  • (EN) English/Reading/Language Arts
  • (OT) Other Academic Subjects
[S_CRS_CRDC_X]SubjectCat
APIB-3 to APIB-12. Does this fall under a specific Advanced Placement (AP) subject area? 

Choose the applicable subject area if this is an Advanced Placement (AP) course.

  • (MT) AP Math & Computer Science - AP Calculus AB
  • (MT) AP Math & Computer Science - AP Calculus BC
  • (MT) AP Math & Computer Science - Computer Science A
  • (MT) AP Math & Computer Science - Statistics
  • (SC) AP Sciences - Biology
  • (SC) AP Sciences - Chemistry
  • (SC) AP Sciences - Environmental Science
  • (SC) AP Sciences - Physics B
  • (SC) AP Sciences - Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism
  • (SC) AP Sciences - Physics C: Mechanics
  • (SC) AP Sciences - Physics 1
  • (SC) AP Sciences - Physics 2
  • (OT) AP Capstone - Research
  • (OT) AP Capstone - Seminar
  • (OT) AP Arts - Art History
  • (OT) AP Arts - Music Theory
  • (OT) AP Arts - Studio Art: 2-D Design
  • (OT) AP Arts - Studio Art: 3-D Design
  • (OT) AP Arts - Studio Art: Drawing
  • (OT) AP English - English Language and Composition
  • (OT) AP English - English Literature and Composition
  • (OT) AP History & Social Science - Comparative Government & Politics
  • (OT) AP History & Social Science - European History
  • (OT) AP History & Social Science - Human Geography
  • (OT) AP History & Social Science - Macroeconomics
  • (OT) AP History & Social Science - Microeconomics
  • (OT) AP History & Social Science - Psychology
  • (OT) AP History & Social Science - United States Government and Politics
  • (OT) AP History & Social Science - United States History
  • (OT) AP History & Social Science - World History
  • (OT) AP World Lang. & Culture - Chinese Language & Culture
  • (OT) AP World Lang. & Culture - French Language & Culture
  • (OT) AP World Lang. & Culture - German Language & Culture
  • (OT) AP World Lang. & Culture - Italian Language & Culture
  • (OT) AP World Lang. & Culture - Japanese Language & Culture
  • (OT) AP World Lang. & Culture - Latin
  • (OT) AP World Lang. & Culture - Spanish Language & Culture
  • (OT) AP World Lang. & Culture - Spanish Literature & Culture
[S_CRS_CRDC_X]APSubjectArea

District Info

District Setup > District Information: District Info > District CRDC Setup

LEA IDEnter the LEA ID provided to your district's CRDC Principal Contact Person (PCP). In most cases, it is the 7-digit unique identification number assigned to each LEA by ED’s National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).[Prefs]CRDC_LEA_ID
LEA Questions
SSPR-4. Does the LEA provide early childhood services to children birth through age 2?Select the checkbox to indicate if the LEA provides childhood services to children birth through age two.[Prefs]CRDC_PreKGAge0to2_YN
SSPR-5. Does the LEA provide early childhood services to non-IDEA children birth through age 2?Select the checkbox to indicate if the LEA provides childhood services to non-IDEA children birth through age two.[Prefs]CRDC_PreKGAgeNonIDEA0to2_YN
SSPR-6. Does the LEA provide preschool services or programs that serve children ages 3 through 5?Select the checkbox to indicate if the LEA provides childhood services to children ages three through five.[Prefs]CRDC_PreKGAge3to5_YN

SSPR-7. Full-day Preschool

Does this LEA provide full-day preschool

Select the checkbox to indicate if the LEA provides full-day preschool.[Prefs]CRDC_ProvidesPreKGFullDay_YN
Is there a cost associated with full-day preschool?

If the LEA provides full-day preschool, choose the fee type:

  • (FREE) Free/No Charge
  • (COST) Full or Partial Charge
  • (BOTH) Both Free and Full/Partial charge
[Prefs]CRDC_PreKGFullDayCost

SSPR-8. Preschool for Non-IDEA

Does the LEA provide preschool to non-IDEA students age 3?

Select the checkbox to indicate if the LEA provides preschool to 4-year-old non-IDEA students.[Prefs]CRDC_PreKGAgeNonIDEA4_YN
Does this LEA provide preschool to non-IDEA students age 4?Select the checkbox to indicate if the LEA provides preschool to 5-year-old non-IDEA students.[Prefs]CRDC_PreKGAgeNonIDEA5_YN
Does this LEA provide preschool to non-IDEA students age 5?Select the checkbox to indicate if the LEA offers preschool services or programs to all children.[Prefs]CRDC_PreKGEligAll_YN
SSPR-10. Does the LEA offer its preschool service(s) or program(s) to all children?Select the checkbox to indicate if the LEA offers preschool services or programs to all children.[Prefs]CRDC_PreKGEligAll_YN
SSPR-11. Does the LEA provide preschool to students with disabilities (IDEA)?Select the checkbox to indicate if the LEA provides preschool to students with disabilities (IDEA).[Prefs]CRDC_PreKGEligIDEA_YN
SSPR-11. Does the LEA provide preschool to students in Title I schools?Select the checkbox to indicate if the LEA provides preschool to students in Title I schools.[Prefs]CRDC_PreKGEligTitle1_YN
SSPR-11. Does the LEA provide preschool to students from low income families?Select the checkbox to indicate if the LEA provides preschool to students from low income families.[Prefs]CRDC_PreKGEligLowIncome_YN
SSPR-12. Does the LEA provide one or more kindergarten programs that serve any students?Select the checkbox to indicate if the LEA provides one or more kindergarten programs that serve any students.[Prefs]CRDC_PreKGEligLowIncome_YN
SSPR-13. Does this LEA provide full-day kindergarten?Select the checkbox to indicate if the LEA provides full-day kindergarten.[Prefs]CRDC_ProvidesKGFullDay_YN
Is there a cost associated with full-day kindergarten?

If the LEA provides full-day kindergarten, choose the fee type:

  • (FREE) Free/No Charge
  • (COST) Full or Partial Charge
  • (BOTH) Both Free and Full/Partial charge
[Prefs]CRDC_KGFullDayCost
SSPR-13. Does this LEA provide part-day kindergarten?Select the checkbox to indicate if the LEA provides part-day kindergarten.[Prefs]CRDC_ProvidesKGPartDay_YN
Is there a cost associated with part-day kindergarten?

If the LEA provides part-day kindergarten, choose the fee type:

  • (FREE) Free/No Charge
  • (COST) Full or Partial Charge
  • (BOTH) Both Free and Full/Partial charge
[Prefs]CRDC_KGPartDayCost

CRCO-1, CRCO-2. Civil Rights Coordinator

Does the LEA have a Civil Rights Coordinator to coordinate efforts to comply with and carry out the responsibilities under federal law prohibiting discrimination against students and others on the basis of sex/gender (Title IX)

Select the checkbox to indicate if the LEA has a Civil Rights Coordinator for Title IX.

If Yes, complete the coordinator information below.

[Prefs]CRDC_Coordinator_Gender_YN
Name (Last, First)Enter the last and first name of the coordinator specified to coordinate efforts to comply with and carry out the responsibilities under federal law prohibiting discrimination against students and others on the basis of sex/gender.

[Prefs]CRDC_Coordinator_Gender_LastName

[Prefs]CRDC_Coordinator_Gender_FirstName

PhoneEnter the phone number of the coordinator specified to coordinate efforts to comply with and carry out the responsibilities under federal law prohibiting discrimination against students and others on the basis of sex/gender.[Prefs]CRDC_Coordinator_Gender_Phone
EmailEnter the email address of the coordinator specified to coordinate efforts to comply with and carry out the responsibilities under federal law prohibiting discrimination against students and others on the basis of sex/gender.[Prefs]CRDC_Coordinator_Gender_Email
Does the LEA have a Civil Rights Coordinator to coordinate efforts to comply with and carry out the responsibilities under federal law prohibiting discrimination against students and others on the basis of disability (Section 504 and/or Title II)?

Select the checkbox to indicate if the LEA has a Civil Rights Coordinator for Section 504 or Title III.

If Yes, complete the coordinator information below.

[Prefs]CRDC_Coordinator_Disability_YN
Name (Last, First)Enter the last and first name of the coordinator specified to coordinate efforts to comply with and carry out the responsibilities under federal law prohibiting discrimination against students and others on the basis of disability.

[Prefs]CRDC_Coordinator_Disability_LastName

[Prefs]CRDC_Coordinator_Disability_FirstName

PhoneEnter the phone number of the coordinator specified to coordinate efforts to comply with and carry out the responsibilities under federal law prohibiting discrimination against students and others on the basis of disability.[Prefs]CRDC_Coordinator_Disability_Phone
EmailEnter the email address of the coordinator specified to coordinate efforts to comply with and carry out the responsibilities under federal law prohibiting discrimination against students and others on the basis of disability.[Prefs]CRDC_Coordinator_Disability_Email
CRCO-3. Is this LEA covered by a desegregation order or plan?Select the checkbox to indicate whether the LEA is covered by a desegregation order or plan.[Prefs]CRDC_DesegOrderOrPlan_YN
HIBD-1. Does the LEA have a written policy or policies prohibiting discriminatory harassment or bullying of students on the basis of sex, race/color/national origin, and disability?Select the checkbox to indicate whether the LEA has a written policy against discriminatory harassment or bullying.[Prefs]CRDC_HarassmentBullyingPolicy_YN
HIBD-2. Does the LEA have a web link to its written policy or policies prohibiting discriminatory harassment or bullying of students?If the LEA has a written policy against discriminatory harassment or bullying, Select the checkbox indicate if there is a web link to the policy.[Prefs]CRDC_HarrassmentBullyingPolicyURL_YN
HIBD-3. Enter the web link to the LEA's written policy:If the LEA has a written policy located on the web, enter the web link to the policy.[Prefs]CRDC_HarrassmentBullyingPolicyURL
DSED-1. Does this LEA have any students enrolled in a distance educational course?Select the checkbox to indicate if the LEA has students enrolled in distance educational courses.[Prefs]CRDC_DistanceEdEnrolled_YN
HSEE-1. Did this LEA operate a High School Equivalency Exam preparation program for students aged 16-19?Select the checkbox to indicate if the LEA operated a high school equivalency exam preparation program for students ages 16-19.[Prefs]CRDC_GEDPrepProgram_YN

Schools/School Info

District Setup > Schools/School Info > [School Selection] > CRDC School Information 

CRDC School Id
SCH ID

Enter the CRDC School ID.

Note: Required for all schools submitting CRDC data. Enter the last 5 digits of the 12-digit CRDC School ID provided in your CRDC school list, which can be accessed from the CRDC web site. If multiple schools in PowerSchool are reported under the same CRDC SCH ID, enter the same ID for each school that is reported together.

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]SCH_ID
If multiple schools have the same CRDC SCH ID, is this the primary?

Select the checkbox to indicate this school is the primary of multiple schools.

Note: If multiple schools in PowerSchool are reported under the same CRDC SCH ID, indicate one school as the primary. Results from all the schools with the same SCH ID will be aggregated under the primary school.

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]PrimarySchoolRecord_TF
School Questions
DIND-1. Directional Indicator – Instruction Type

Choose the COVID-related instruction type.


[S_SCH_CRDC_X]InstructionType
DIND-2. Directional Indicator – Virtual InstructionChoose the COVID-related virtual instruction type.[S_SCH_CRDC_X]VirtualInstructionType
SCHR-1. Grades Offered (Lowest to Highest)The grade levels offered at this school.

[Schools]Low_Grade

[Schools]High_Grade

SCHR-2. Does this school have ungraded students?Choose Yes or No to indicate if this school has ungraded students.[S_SCH_CRDC_X]ProvidesUngraded_YN
Indicate whether the ungraded school has mainly elementary, middle, and/or high school students.

If the school has ungraded students, choose one of the following:

  • (A) Mainly elementary school
  • (B) Mainly middle school
  • (C) Mainly high school
[S_SCH_CRDC_X]UngradedDetail

SCHR-3. School Characteristics

Is this a special education school?

Choose Yes or No to indicate if this is a special education school.[S_SCH_CRDC_X]ForDisabilities_YN
Is this school either a magnet school or a school operating a magnet program within the school?Choose Yes or No to indicate if this is a magnet school or a school operating a magnet program within the school.[S_SCH_CRDC_X]MagnetSchoolOrProgram_YN
SCHR-4. Does the entire school population participate in the magnet school program?If the school is a magnet school or is operating a magnet school, choose Yes or No to indicate if the entire school population participates in the magnet school program.[S_SCH_CRDC_X]AllMagnetOnly_YN
Is this school a charter school?Choose Yes or No to indicate if this is a charter school.[S_SCH_CRDC_X]CharterSchool_YN
Is this school an alternative school?Choose Yes or No to indicate if this is an alternative school.[S_SCH_CRDC_X]AlternativeSchool_YN
SCHR-5. This alternative school is designed to meet the needs of the following. (Check all that apply)

If the school is an alternative school, then select the applicable options.

  • Students with Academic Difficulties
  • Students with Discipline Problems

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]AlternativeSchoolAcademic_TF

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]AlternativeSchoolDiscipline_TF

PSCH-1. Preschool

Does the school provide preschool to non-IDEA students age 3?

Choose Yes or No to indicate if the school provides preschool to non-IDEA students age three.[S_SCH_CRDC_X]PreKGAgeNonIDEA3_YN
Does the school provide preschool to non-IDEA students age 4?Choose Yes or No to indicate if the school provides preschool to non-IDEA students age four.[S_SCH_CRDC_X]PreKGAgeNonIDEA4_YN
Does the school provide preschool to non-IDEA students age 5?Choose Yes or No to indicate if the school provides preschool to non-IDEA students age five.[S_SCH_CRDC_X]PreKGAgeNonIDEA5_YN
PENR-3. Does this school have any students enrolled in a dual enrollment/dual credit program?Choose Yes or No to indicate if the school has students enrolled in a dual enrollment/dual credit program.[S_SCH_CRDC_X]DualEnrollment_YN
PENR-5. Does this school have any students who participate in at least one credit recovery program that allows them to earn missed credit in order to graduate from high school?Choose Yes or No to indicate if the school has any students who participate in at least one credit recovery program that allows them to earn missed credit in order to graduate from high school.[S_SCH_CRDC_X]CreditRecovery_YN
COUR-4a/b. Students Who Passed Algebra 1Specify which store codes for the school term should be considered as the final grade for a class. See Final Grade Store Codes below.Final Grade Store Codes
APIB-5. Is enrollment via self-selection by students permitted for all AP courses offered by the school?Choose Yes or No to indicate if the school permits students to enroll through self-selection for all AP courses offered by the school.[S_SCH_CRDC_X]APSelfParticipate_YN
STAF-1.   Teachers – FTE Count and Certification

Enter the following information as decimal numbers to the hundredths place.

  • Total number of full-time equivalent (FTE) teachers
  • Number of FTE teachers who are certified
  • Number of FTE teachers who are not certified

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]NoOfFTETeachers

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]NoOfFTETeachersCert

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]NoOfFTETeachersNotCert

STAF-2.   School Counselors Number FTE

Enter the following information as decimal numbers to the hundredths place.

  • Number of FTE school counselors
[S_SCH_CRDC_X]NoOfFTECounselors
STAF-3.   Support Services Staff Number FTE

Enter the following information as decimal numbers to the hundredths place.

  • Number of FTE nurses
  • Number of FTE psychologists
  • Number of FTE social workers

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]NoOfFTENurses

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]NoOfFTEPsychologists

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]NoOfFTESocWorkers

SECR-1.   Security Staff Number FTE

Enter the following information as decimal numbers to the hundredths place.

  • Number of FTE sworn law enforcement officers
  • Number of FTE security guards

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]NoOfFTELawEnforcement

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]NoOfFTESecGuards

ATHL-1. Does this school have any students who participate in single-sex interscholastic athletics?Choose Yes or No to indicate if the school has students who participate in single-sex interscholastic athletics.[S_SCH_CRDC_X]InterschAthletics_YN
ATHL-2. Interscholastic Athletics - Sports, Teams, and Participants

If you chose Yes above, enter the counts for the following:

  • What is the count of male only sports?   
  • What is the count of female only sports?     
  • What is the count of male only teams? 
  • What is the count of female only teams?     
  • What is the count of male only participants on teams?     
  • What is the count of female only participants on teams?

Notes:

  • Count only sports, teams, and participants on teams in which only male or only female students participate.
  • The count of sports includes only distinct sports such as football, basketball, and soccer.
  • The count of teams includes each competitive-level team in each sport, such as freshman team, junior varsity team, and varsity team in each sport.

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]InterschAthletics_YN

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]InterschSportsM

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]InterschSportsF

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]InterschTeamsM

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]InterschTeamsF

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]InterschParticipantsM

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]InterschParticipantsF

DISC-3. Does this school use corporal punishment to discipline students?Choose Yes or No to indicate if this school uses corporal punishment to discipline students.[S_SCH_CRDC_X]CorpPunishment_YN
OFFN-2. Has there been at least one incident at your school that involved a shooting (regardless of whether anyone was hurt)?Choose Yes or No to indicate if there has been at least one shooting incident at the school (regardless of whether anyone was hurt).[S_SCH_CRDC_X]FirearmUse_YN
OFFN-3. Have any of your school's students, faculty, or staff died as a result of a homicide committed at your school?Choose Yes or No to indicate if any of the school’s students, faculty, or staff have died as a result of a homicide committed at the school.[S_SCH_CRDC_X]Homicide_YN
OFFN-5.   Number of Incidents Committed by School Staff

Enter the number of documented incidents of offenses committed by a school staff member that occurred at school.

  • Rape or attempted rape
  • Sexual assault (other than rape)

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]IncStaffRape

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]IncStaffSexAsslt

OFFN-6.   Allegations Against School Staff (Resignation or Retirement)

Enter the number of documented incidents of offenses committed by a school staff member that occurred at school.

  • Rape or attempted rape
  • Sexual assault (other than rape)

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]IncStaffResignOrRetdRape

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]IncStaffResgnOrRetdSexAsslt

OFFN-7.   Allegations Against School Staff (Determined Responsible)

Enter the number of documented incidents of offenses committed by a school staff member that occurred at school.

  • Rape or attempted rape
  • Sexual assault (other than rape)

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]IncStaffDetdRespRape

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]IncStaffDetdRespSexAsslt

OFFN-8.   Allegations Against School Staff (Determined Not Responsible)

Enter the number of documented incidents of offenses committed by a school staff member that occurred at school.

  • Rape or attempted rape
  • Sexual assault (other than rape)

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]IncStaffDetdNotRespRape

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]IncStaffDetdNotRespSexAsslt

OFFN-9.   Allegations Against School Staff (Determination Pending)

Enter the number of documented incidents of offenses committed by a school staff member that occurred at school.

  • Rape or attempted rape
  • Sexual assault (other than rape)

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]IncStaffDetdPendRape

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]IncStaffDetdPendSexAsslt

OFFN-10. Allegations Against School Staff (Duty Reassignment)

Enter the number of allegations against a school staff member of offenses that occurred at school.

  • Rape or attempted rape
  • Sexual assault (other than rape)

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]IncStaffDutyReasgmntRape

[S_SCH_CRDC_X]IncStaffDutyReasgmntSexAslt

JUST-1. If this school is a justice facility, indicate the type that best describes the facility.

Choose the description that best describes the justice facility.

Valid values:

  • Does Not Apply
  • (PRE) Pre-adjudication/Pre-conviction facility
  • (POST) Post-adjudication/Post-conviction facility
  • (BOTH) Pre- and post-adjudication/conviction facility
[S_SCH_CRDC_X]JusticeFacilityType
JUST-2. Enter the number of days that make up the justice facility’s regular school yearWhen Does Not Apply is selected for Justice Facility type, enter the number of days that make up the justice facility’s regular school year.[S_SCH_CRDC_X]JusticeFacilityDays
JUST-3. Indicate the hours per week that the educational program is offered during the regular school yearWhen Does Not Apply is selected for Justice Facility type, indicate the hours per week that the educational program is offered during the regular school year.[S_SCH_CRDC_X]JusticeFacilityHours

INET-1. Internet Access and Devices

Is this school connected to the internet through a fiber-optic connection?

Choose Yes or No to indicate if the school is connected to the internet through a fiber-optic connection.[S_SCH_CRDC_X]SchInternetFiber_YN
Does this school have Wi-Fi access in every classroom?Choose Yes or No to indicate if the school has Wi-Fi access in every classroom[S_SCH_CRDC_X]SchInternetWiFi_YN
Does this school allow students to take home school-issued devices that can be used to access the internet for student learning? Choose Yes or No to indicate if the school allows students to take school-issued devices off campus to access the internet for student learning.[S_SCH_CRDC_X]SchInternetSchDev_YN

Does this school allow students to bring to school student-owned devices that can be used to access the internet for classroom or student learning?

Choose Yes or No to indicate if the school allows students to bring in personal devices to access the internet for classroom or student learning.[S_SCH_CRDC_X]SchInternetStuDev_YN

INET-2. Wi-Fi Enabled Devices

Enter the number of Wi-Fi enabled devices provided by the school to students for student learning use. 

Enter the number of Wi-Fi enabled devices provided by the school to students for student learning use. [S_SCH_CRDC_X]WiFiEnabledDevices

Final Grade Store Codes

District Setup > School/School Info > [School Selection] > CRDC School Information > Final Grade Store Codes

Update final grade store codes as needed.



TermChoose the term that represents the section length to which this mapping applies.[Terms]Name
Store Code List (separated by a comma and without spaces)Specify which store codes for the school term should be considered as the final grade for a class for the defined term length.[S_FinalGradeStoreCodes_CRDC_S]StoreCodeList
District Setup > Grade Scales > Edit Scale > Select Grade
Grad CreditSelect the checkbox to indicate that the grade earns graduation credit.[GradeScaleItem]GraduationCredit

Federal Ethnicity and Race Settings

Federal Ethnicity and Race Settings > Edit/New Federal Race Category

Update federal ethnicity and race settings as needed.

CodeEnter the ethnicity/race code.

[Gen]Value

[Gen]Cat=FederalRace

DescriptionEnter a description of the ethnicity/race.

[Gen]ValueT

[Gen]Cat=FederalRace

Sort OrderWhen you click Submit, the Federal Ethnicity and Race Settings page appears. Enter a sort order for the federal race category.

[Gen]SortOrder

[Gen]Cat=FederalRace

Ethnicity Codes > New/Edit Ethnicity Code
CodeEnter the ethnicity code.

[Gen]Cat=ethnicity

[Gen]Value

DescriptionEnter the ethnicity description.

[Gen]Cat=ethnicity

[Gen]Name

Exit Codes

Exit Codes > New/Edit Exit Code

Update exit codes as needed.

CodeEnter the exit code.

[Gen]Cat=exitcodes

[Gen]Name

MeaningEnter the exit code meaning.

[Gen]Cat=exitcodes

[Gen]Value

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