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File Structure: CDIF Adults, Hires, Grad Req 1985

File structure for California Basic Educational Data System (CBEDS) County/District Information Form (CDIF) adult education, estimated number of teacher hires, and high school graduation requirements for the year 1985-86.
County-District Code
Field Name
Description
CD_CODE This 7-digit code is the official, unique identification of a county office of education or district within California. The first two digits identify the county and the next five digits identify the district.
Adult Education Data
Field Name
Description
ELEM Enrollment in an approved adult education, "elementary basic skills," course(s). Enrollment may be duplicated within this program area. (Does not include adults in correctional programs).
HIGH Enrollment in an approved adult education, "high school skills," course(s). Enrollment may be duplicated within this program area. (Does not include adults in correctional programs).
ENG Enrollment in an approved adult education, "English as a second language," course(s). Enrollment may be duplicated within this program area. (Does not include adults in correctional programs).
IMMIGRANT Enrollment in an approved adult education, "programs for immigrants," course(s). Enrollment may be duplicated within this program area. (Does not include adults in correctional programs).
HAND Enrollment in an approved adult education, "substantially handicapped," course(s). Enrollment may be duplicated within this program area. (Does not include adults in correctional programs).
VOC Enrollment in an approved adult education, "vocational program," course(s). Enrollment may be duplicated within this program area. (Does not include adults in correctional programs).
APPREN Enrollment in an approved adult education, "apprenticeship," course(s). Enrollment may be duplicated within this program area. (Does not include adults in correctional programs).
PRNT Enrollment in an approved adult education, "parent education," course(s). Enrollment may be duplicated within this program area. (Does not include adults in correctional programs).
OLDR Enrollment in an approved adult education, "programs for older adults," course(s). Enrollment may be duplicated within this program area. (Does not include adults in correctional programs).
HLTH Enrollment in an approved adult education, "health and safety education," course(s). Enrollment may be duplicated within this program area. (Does not include adults in correctional programs).
HOEC Enrollment in an approved adult education, "home economics education," course(s). Enrollment may be duplicated within this program area. (Does not include adults in correctional programs).
NONAPPROV Enrollment in an approved adult education, "non-approved or fee," course(s). Enrollment may be duplicated within this program area. (Does not include adults in correctional programs).
GRAD Number of adult education graduates.
CSFT Number of full-time adult education classified staff.
CSPT Number of part-time adult education classified staff.
Estimated Number of Teacher Hire Data
Field Name
Description
AGR1 Emergency Credentials or Waivers: Agriculture teachers employed on Information Day who held emergency credentials, district or university intern certificates, or State Board waivers, including long-term substitute teachers. Does not include teachers using supplementary authorizations or teachers assigned according to Education Code 44263. Data are reported in full-time equivalents (FTEs) to one decimal. Administrators, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
AGR2 Positions Vacant, Cancelled, and Transferred: Agriculture teaching positions which teachers have been sought and could not be found for 1985. Includes positions which remain vacant, have been withdrawn, cancelled, or transferred to another specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
AGR3 Estimated Number of Hires for 1986–87: Projected or estimated number of agriculture teachers to be hired for the 1986–87 school year to fill new positions or vacated positions. A vacated position occurs if a teacher is expected to retire, resign, transfer, or begin a leave of absence. Does not include teachers expected to remain with the district in a new specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
ART1 Emergency Credentials or Waivers: Art teachers employed on Information Day who held emergency credentials, district or university intern certificates, or State Board waivers, including long-term substitute teachers. Does not include teachers using supplementary authorizations or teachers assigned according to Education Code 44263. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal. Administrators, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
ART2 Positions Vacant, Cancelled, and Transferred: Art teaching positions which teachers have been sought and could not be found for 1985. Includes positions which remain vacant, have been withdrawn, cancelled, or transferred to another specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
ART3 Estimated Number of Hires for 1986–87: Projected or estimated number of art teachers to be hired for the 1986–87 school year to fill new positions or vacated positions. A vacated position occurs if a teacher is expected to retire, resign, transfer, or begin a leave of absence. Does not include teachers expected to remain with the district in a new specialization.  Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
BUS1 Emergency Credentials or Waivers: Business teachers employed on Information Day who held emergency credentials, district or university intern certificates, or State Board waivers, including long-term substitute teachers. Does not include teachers using supplementary authorizations or teachers assigned according to Education Code 44263. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal. Administrators, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
BUS2 Positions Vacant, Cancelled, and Transferred: Business teaching positions which teachers have been sought and could not be found for 1985. Includes positions which remain vacant, have been withdrawn, cancelled, or transferred to another specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
BUS3 Estimated Number of Hires for 1986–87: Projected or estimated number of business teachers to be hired for the 1986–87 school year to fill new positions or vacated positions. A vacated position occurs if a teacher is expected to retire, resign, transfer, or begin a leave of absence. Does not include teachers expected to remain with the district in a new specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
ENG1 Emergency Credentials or Waivers: English teachers employed on Information Day who held emergency credentials, district or university intern certificates, or State Board waivers, including long-term substitute teachers. Does not include teachers using supplementary authorizations or teachers assigned according to Education Code 44263. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal. Administrators, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
ENG2 Positions Vacant, Cancelled, and Transferred: English teaching positions which teachers have been sought and could not be found for 1985. Includes positions which remain vacant, have been withdrawn, cancelled, or transferred to another specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
ENG3 Estimated Number of Hires for 1986–87: Projected or estimated number of English teachers to be hired for the 1986–87 school year to fill new positions or vacated positions. A vacated position occurs if a teacher is expected to retire, resign, transfer, or begin a leave of absence. Does not include teachers expected to remain with the district in a new specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
LAN1 Emergency Credentials or Waivers: Foreign Language teachers employed on Information Day who held emergency credentials, district or university intern certificates, or State Board waivers, including long-term substitute teachers. Does not include teachers using supplementary authorizations or teachers assigned according to Education Code 44263. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal. Administrators, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
LAN2 Positions Vacant, Cancelled, and Transferred: Foreign Language teaching positions which teachers have been sought and could not be found for 1985. Includes positions which remain vacant, have been withdrawn, cancelled, or transferred to another specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
LAN3 Estimated Number of Hires for 1986–87: Projected or estimated number of foreign language teachers to be hired for the 1986–87 school year to fill new positions or vacated positions. A vacated position occurs if a teacher is expected to retire, resign, transfer, or begin a leave of absence. Does not include teachers expected to remain with the district in a new specialization.  Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
ECO1 Emergency Credentials or Waivers: Home economics teachers employed on Information Day who held emergency credentials, district or university intern certificates, or State Board waivers, including long-term substitute teachers. Does not include teachers using supplementary authorizations or teachers assigned according to Education Code 44263. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal. Administrators, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
ECO2 Positions Vacant, Cancelled, and Transferred: Home economics teaching positions which teachers have been sought and could not be found for 1985. Includes positions which remain vacant, have been withdrawn, cancelled, or transferred to another specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
ECO3 Estimated Number of Hires for 1986–87: Projected or estimated number of home economics teachers to be hired for the 1986–87 school year to fill new positions or vacated positions. A vacated position occurs if a teacher is expected to retire, resign, transfer, or begin a leave of absence. Does not include teachers expected to remain with the district in a new specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
LIFE1 Emergency Credentials or Waivers: Life science teachers employed on Information Day who held emergency credentials, district or university intern certificates, or State Board waivers, including long-term substitute teachers. Does not include teachers using supplementary authorizations or teachers assigned according to Education Code 44263. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal. Administrators, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
LIFE2 Positions Vacant, Cancelled, and Transferred: Life science teaching positions which teachers have been sought and could not be found for 1985. Includes positions which remain vacant, have been withdrawn, cancelled, or transferred to another specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
LIFE3 Estimated Number of Hires for 1986–87: Projected or estimated number of life science teachers to be hired for the 1986–87 school year to fill new positions or vacated positions. A vacated position occurs if a teacher is expected to retire, resign, transfer, or begin a leave of absence. Does not include teachers expected to remain with the district in a new specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
MATH1 Emergency Credentials or Waivers: Mathematics teachers employed on Information Day who held emergency credentials, district or university intern certificates, or State Board waivers, including long-term substitute teachers. Does not include teachers using supplementary authorizations or teachers assigned according to Education Code 44263. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal. Administrators, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
MATH2 Positions Vacant, Cancelled, and Transferred: Mathematics teaching positions which teachers have been sought and could not be found for 1985. Includes positions which remain vacant, have been withdrawn, cancelled, or transferred to another specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
MATH3 Estimated Number of Hires for 1986–87: Projected or estimated number of mathematics teachers to be hired for the 1986–87 school year to fill new positions or vacated positions. A vacated position occurs if a teacher is expected to retire, resign, transfer, or begin a leave of absence. Does not include teachers expected to remain with the district in a new specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
MUS1 Emergency Credentials or Waivers: Music teachers employed on Information Day who held emergency credentials, district or university intern certificates, or State Board waivers, including long-term substitute teachers. Does not include teachers using supplementary authorizations or teachers assigned according to Education Code 44263. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal. Administrators, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
MUS2 Positions Vacant, Cancelled, and Transferred: Music teaching positions which teachers have been sought and could not be found for 1985. Includes positions which remain vacant, have been withdrawn, cancelled, or transferred to another specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
MUS3 Estimated Number of Hires for 1986–87: Projected or estimated number of music teachers to be hired for the 1986–87 school year to fill new positions or vacated positions. A vacated position occurs if a teacher is expected to retire, resign, transfer, or begin a leave of absence. Does not include teachers expected to remain with the district in a new specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
PE1 Emergency Credentials or Waivers: Physical education, health and dance teachers employed on Information Day who held emergency credentials, district or university intern certificates, or State Board waivers, including long-term substitute teachers. Does not include teachers using supplementary authorizations or teachers assigned according to Education Code 44263. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal. Administrators, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
PE2 Positions Vacant, Cancelled, and Transferred: Physical education, health, and dance teaching positions which teachers have been sought and could not be found for 1985. Includes positions which remain vacant, have been withdrawn, cancelled, or transferred to another specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
PE3 Estimated Number of Hires for 1986–87: Projected or estimated number of physical education, health, and dance teachers to be hired for the 1986–87 school year to fill new positions or vacated positions. A vacated position occurs if a teacher is expected to retire, resign, transfer, or begin a leave of absence. Does not include teachers expected to remain with the district in a new specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
PHY1 Emergency Credentials or Waivers: Physical science teachers employed on Information Day who held emergency credentials, district or university intern certificates, or State Board waivers, including long-term substitute teachers. Does not include teachers using supplementary authorizations or teachers assigned according to Education Code 44263. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal. Administrators, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
PHY2 Positions Vacant, Cancelled, and Transferred: Physical science teaching positions which teachers have been sought and could not be found for 1985. Includes positions which remain vacant, have been withdrawn, cancelled, or transferred to another specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
PHY3 Estimated Number of Hires for 1986–87: Projected or estimated number of physical science teachers to be hired for the 1986–87 school year to fill new positions or vacated positions. A vacated position occurs if a teacher is expected to retire, resign, transfer, or begin a leave of absence. Does not include teachers expected to remain with the district in a new specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
READ1 Emergency Credentials or Waivers: Reading teachers employed on Information Day who held emergency credentials, district or university intern certificates, or State Board waivers, including long-term substitute teachers. Does not include teachers using supplementary authorizations or teachers assigned according to Education Code 44263. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal. Administrators, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
READ2 Positions Vacant, Cancelled, and Transferred: Reading teaching positions which teachers have been sought and could not be found for 1985. Includes positions which remain vacant, have been withdrawn, cancelled, or transferred to another specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
READ3 Estimated Number of Hires for 1986–87: Projected or estimated number of reading teachers to be hired for the 1986–87 school year to fill new positions or vacated positions. A vacated position occurs if a teacher is expected to retire, resign, transfer, or begin a leave of absence. Does not include teachers expected to remain with the district in a new specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
SOC1 Emergency Credentials or Waivers: Social science/studies teachers employed on Information Day who held emergency credentials, district or university intern certificates, or State Board waivers, including long-term substitute teachers. Does not include teachers using supplementary authorizations or teachers assigned according to Education Code 44263. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal. Administrators, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
SOC2 Positions Vacant, Cancelled, and Transferred: Social science/studies teaching positions which teachers have been sought and could not be found for 1985. Includes positions which remain vacant, have been withdrawn, cancelled, or transferred to another specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
SOC3 Estimated Number of Hires for 1986–87: Projected or estimated number of social science/studies teachers to be hired for the 1986–87 school year to fill new positions or vacated positions. A vacated position occurs if a teacher is expected to retire, resign, transfer, or begin a leave of absence. Does not include teachers expected to remain with the district in a new specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
SPEC1 Emergency Credentials or Waivers: Special education teachers employed on Information Day who held emergency credentials, district or university intern certificates, or State Board waivers, including long-term substitute teachers. Does not include teachers using supplementary authorizations or teachers assigned according to Education Code 44263. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal. Administrators, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
SPEC2 Positions Vacant, Cancelled, and Transferred: Special education teaching positions which teachers have been sought and could not be found for 1985. Includes positions which remain vacant, have been withdrawn, cancelled, or transferred to another specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
SPEC3 Estimated Number of Hires for 1986–87: Projected or estimated number of special education teachers to be hired for the 1986–87 school year to fill new positions or vacated positions. A vacated position occurs if a teacher is expected to retire, resign, transfer, or begin a leave of absence. Does not include teachers expected to remain with the district in a new specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
BIL1 Emergency Credentials or Waivers: Bilingual education teachers employed on Information Day who held emergency credentials, district or university intern certificates, or State Board waivers, including long-term substitute teachers. Does not include teachers using supplementary authorizations or teachers assigned according to Education Code 44263. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal. Administrators, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
BIL2 Positions Vacant, Cancelled, and Transferred: Bilingual education teaching positions which teachers have been sought and could not be found for 1985. Includes positions which remain vacant, have been withdrawn, cancelled, or transferred to another specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
BIL3 Estimated Number of Hires for 1986–87: Projected or estimated number of bilingual education teachers to be hired for the 1986–87 school year to fill new positions or vacated positions. A vacated position occurs if a teacher is expected to retire, resign, transfer, or begin a leave of absence. Does not include teachers expected to remain with the district in a new specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point.  Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
TRADES1 Emergency Credentials or Waivers: Trades and industrial arts teachers employed on Information Day who held emergency credentials, district or university intern certificates, or State Board waivers, including long-term substitute teachers. Does not include teachers using supplementary authorizations or teachers assigned according to Education Code 44263. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal. Administrators, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
TRADES2 Positions Vacant, Cancelled, and Transferred: Trades and industrial arts teaching positions which teachers have been sought and could not be found for 1985. Includes positions which remain vacant, have been withdrawn, cancelled, or transferred to another specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
TRADES3 Estimated Number of Hires for 1986–87: Projected or estimated number of trades and industrial arts teachers to be hired for the 1986–87 school year to fill new positions or vacated positions. A vacated position occurs if a teacher is expected to retire, resign, transfer, or begin a leave of absence. Does not include teachers expected to remain with the district in a new specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
SELF1 Emergency Credentials or Waivers: Self-contained classes teachers employed on Information Day who held emergency credentials, district or university intern certificates, or State Board waivers, including long-term substitute teachers. Does not include teachers using supplementary authorizations or teachers assigned according to Education Code 44263. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal. Administrators, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
SELF2 Positions Vacant, Cancelled, and Transferred: Self-contained classes teaching positions which teachers have been sought and could not be found for 1985. Includes positions which remain vacant, have been withdrawn, cancelled, or transferred to another specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
SELF3 Estimated Number of Hires for 1986–87: Projected or estimated number of self-contained classes teachers to be hired for the 1986–87 school year to fill new positions or vacated positions. A vacated position occurs if a teacher is expected to retire, resign, transfer, or begin a leave of absence. Does not include teachers expected to remain with the district in a new specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point.  Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
OTH1 Emergency Credentials or Waivers: Other specialization teachers employed on Information Day who held emergency credentials, district or university intern certificates, or State Board waivers, including long-term substitute teachers. Does not include teachers using supplementary authorizations or teachers assigned according to Education Code 44263. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal. Administrators, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
OTH2 Positions Vacant, Cancelled, and Transferred: Other specialization teaching positions which teachers have been sought and could not be found for 1985. Includes positions which remain vacant, have been withdrawn, cancelled, or transferred to another specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
OTH3 Estimated Number of Hires for 1986–87: Projected or estimated number of other specialization teachers to be hired for the 1986–87 school year to fill new positions or vacated positions. A vacated position occurs if a teacher is expected to retire, resign, transfer, or begin a leave of absence. Does not include teachers expected to remain with the district in a new specialization. Data are reported in FTEs to one decimal point. Administrative, guidance, media, library, health service, or classified positions are not included.
High School Graduation Requirement Data
Field Name
Description
GOVERN Minimum units required in government for a high school diploma.
HISTORY Minimum units required in history for a high school diploma.
SOC_SCI Minimum units required in social science for a high school diploma.
ENGLISH Minimum units required in English for a high school diploma.
FOREIGN Minimum units required in a foreign language for a high school diploma.
MATH Minimum units required in mathematics for a high school diploma.
SCIENCE Minimum units required in science for a high school diploma.
COMPUTER Minimum units required in computers for a high school diploma.
VISUAL Minimum units required in visual arts for a high school diploma.
PHYS_ED Minimum units required in physical education for a high school diploma.
STATE_REQ Minimum units required by the state for a high school diploma.
OTHER Minimum units required in all other courses for a high school diploma.
District Name and Information
Field Name
Description
DISTRICT District name.
DO

This is the district ownership code identifying the type of district.
The codes are as follows:

  • 00 = Office of county superintendent
  • 52 = Elementary school district
  • 54 = Unified school district
  • 56 = High school district
Questions: Data Reporting Office | dro@cde.ca.gov | 916-327-0219 
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