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Telephone:Email:Regular School Year(Regular School Year, plus Summer Session20092010 Reporting Period: LEA Name:School Year Minutes: Enter the total minutes of all full school days and half school days and any increased learning time provided to all students in the school. See instructions for example.>Maximum FTE Teacher Work Days: See instructions for example. CNumber of FTE Days Teachers Worked: See instructions for example.%Teacher Attendance Rate: This field calculates by dividing the FTE Days Teachers Worked by the Maximum FTE Teacher Work Days. The percentage is reported as a numeric value to 4 decimal places. For example, 100% will appear as 1.0000.YesNoLonger School YearLonger School DayBefore or Afterschool
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Graduates Enrolled in Postsecondary Institution: Enter the number of students from Question 21 who are known to have enrolled in an institution of higher education within 16 months of graduation. 1rTotal Number of Graduates: Enter the total number of students who graduated with a regular high school diploma. Increased Learning Time: Did the campus increase learning time in relation to the prior school year? Use the dropdown list to indicate "Yes" or "No."<Types of Increased Learning Time Provided: If the campus answered "Yes" for Question 10, use the dropdown lists provided for Questions 1117 to indicate whether the campus provided the type of increased learning time during the school year. If the campus answered "No" for Question 10, leave Questions 1117 blank.);For each school year, use the dropdown list to indicate whether the campus increased the amount of learning time provided to students, as compared to the previous school year. For example, if the campus provided more learning time in 20082009 than it did in 20072008, the campus would answer "Yes" for 20082009.Question 18:Questions 1116:Question 17:If the campus answered "Yes" to Question 10, use the dropdown lists for Questions 1116 to indicate which types of increased learning time the campus provided. If the campus answered "No" to Question 10, leave Questions 1116 blank.If the campus answered "Yes" to Question 16, use the space provided to specify the type of "other" increased learning time the campus provided.:" Add the results: 68,640 + 780 +7,200 = 76,620 minutes.Enter the number of high school students (Grades 912) who completed advanced coursework, such as Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, or advanced mathematics courses. If the campus had no students in Grades 912, enter "0."Advanced Coursework: Enter the number of high school students (Grades 912) who completed advanced coursework, such as Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, or advanced mathematics courses. Dual Enrollment Classes: Enter the number of high school students (Grades 912) who completed at least one class in a postsecondary institution. Advanced Coursework AND Dual Enrollment Classes: Enter the number of high school students (Grades 912) who completed advanced coursework AND completed at least one class in a postsecondary institution. /Question 19:Enter the number of high school students (Grades 912) who completed at least one class in a postsecondary institution. If the campus had no students in Grades 912, enter "0."Advanced Mathematics includes the following: trigonometry, trigonometry/algebra, trigonometry/analytic geometry, trigonometry/math analysis, analytic geometry, math analysis, math analysis/analytic geometry, probablilty and statistics, and precalculus. 7Advanced Placement is a program sponsored by the College Board through which high school students can earn college credit and advanced college placement. The list of courses identified by the College Board as preparation for AP tests is available at: http://www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/ap/about.html.International Baccalaureate classes. The IB Diploma Programme, sponsored by the International Bacalaureate Organization, is designed as an academically challenging and balanced program of education with final examinations that prepares students, normally aged 16 to 19, for success at university an dlife beyond. The program is normally taught over two years. IB Diploma Programme students study six courses at higher level or standard level. Students must choose one subject from each of groups 1 to 5, thus ensuring breadth of experience in languages, social studies, the experimental sciences and mathematics. The sixth subject may be an arts subject chosen from groups 6, or the sutdent may choose another subject from groups 1 to 5. Additionally, IB Diploma students must meet three core requirements: the extended essay, the theory <of knowledge course, and a creativity/action/service experience.&Question 20:Advanced Coursework AND Dual Enrollment classes. Enter the number of high school students (Grades 912) who completed advanced coursework completed at least one class in a postsecondary institution. If the campus had no students in Grades 912, enter "0."Question 21:VEnter the total number of students who graduated with a regular high school diploma.
Question 22.:Enter the number of students from Question 21 who are known to have enrolled in an institution of higher education within 16 months of graduation. Question 23:Enter the number of students from Question 21 who are known NOT to have enrolled in an institution of higher education within 16 months of graduation.{Enter the number of students from Question 21 for whom the LEA has no information with regard to Postsecondary enrollment.<Total number should equal the number entered in Question 21.jThe amount calculated for the total displayed should equal the number of students entered for Question 21.Question 26:Question 24:Question 25:The number of FullTime Equivalent Days that teachers worked should include fulltime and parttime teachers. For example: Campus Y has 40 fulltime (FTE= 1.0) and 10 halftime teachers (FTE = 0.5) or 45 FTE teachers. The 40 fulltime teachers worked a total of 7,120 days. The 10 halftime teachers worked 1,760 days. In this example, the number of FTE Days Teachers Worked is calculated as follows:" 7,120 days (7,120 days multiplied by 1.0 FTE) plus 880 days (1,760 days multiplied by 0.5 FTE) = 8,000 FTE Days Teachers Worked.Question 27:9" 45 FTEs multiplied by 180 teacher working days = 8,100Continuing the example started in Question 26, if the number of teacher work days for Campus Y is 180, the maximum number of FTE Teacher Work Days would be calculated as follows:Question 28:Teacher Attendance Rate: This field is programmed to calculate the Teacher Attendance Rate as follows: Number of FTE Days Teachers Worked (amount entered for Question 26) divided by the Maximum FTE Teacher Work Days (amount entered for Question 27).Question 29:Certification Statement. By uploading the EndofYear Report, Part 2 through NCLB Reports, the person submitting is assuring that the data contained in the report are true an dcorrect, to the best of his/her knowledge and belief.Certification Statement: By uploading the EndofYear Report, Part 2 through NCLB Reports, the person submitting is assuring that the data contained in this report are correct, to the best of his/her knowledge and belief.
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