Cumulative Average Daily Membership Training Survey (REPEAT)
If you are the current Cumulative ADM data submitter, please take a moment to participate in a survey pertaining to Cumulative ADM video trainings. The survey should not take more than 10 minutes. The purpose of this survey is to measure the effectiveness of the current training model and present options to provide feedback on adjusting the trainings. The goal of this survey is to ensure that any changes made to the training process for Cumulative ADM respects the time of the ADM Submitter by presenting the information efficiently, while still maintaining adequate information about the Cumulative ADM process. The survey will be available through June 30, 2019.
If you have any questions about this survey or Cumulative ADM, please contact Amanda Leopard at 503-947-5674.
Answers to Common Questions from the Field
In Student Level Collections, what is “Resident County Code” and how should it be reported?
The Resident County Code should reflect the county in which the student's parent/legal guardian lives, regardless of where the student lives or attends school, unless the student is an emancipated minor or is over age 18, in which case the county should reflect where the student lives. The student's address and Resident County should not reflect the address of a dormitory, residential program, the district/school, youth detention facility, etc. You can find a list of the Resident County Codes in the SSID File Format. The Resident County is used for the Common School Fund, and inaccurately reported Resident County Codes could result in tedious corrections for the data submitters and potential delays in the processing of payments. Note: The Resident County field is not the same as the Resident District or Resident School field, which does not have the same definition as Resident County.
If you have questions about the Resident County or ADM Reporting, please contact Amanda Leopard at 503-947-5674. If you have questions about the Common School Fund, please contact Lorene Nakamura at 503-934-0901.
Will the student directions for the ELPA Summative be made similar to those of other states so that we can use their audio files? (Meaning their audio files translated into languages other than English.)
No. There are significant differences between the student experience on Oregon’s testing site and that described in the generic vendor-provided student directions. While we are continuing to track the issue of providing student directions in the student’s preferred language, we are not pursuing use of vendor-provided scripts at this time.
When will training modules such as the OSAS security training module / ELPA module be made available?
The 2019-20 DTC training modules will become available near the end of September 2019. TAs who need training before that time (for example, new TAs who need security training because they will administer the ELPA Screener during the summer) should use the 2018-19 modules.
For more information or any questions, please contact Ben Wolcott at 503-947-5835.