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File Structure: Language Census Parts 2-4 2000

File structure for downloadable data files for parts 2 through 4 of the Language Census data for years 1999–2000 and 2000–01.

File Name: LCnnP2_4.EXE

In 1998–99, the R30-LC was changed in order to align the instrument with the new statutes and regulations resulting from Proposition 227.

Changes to the R30-LC, Part II include (1) the change in terminology from limited-English-proficient (LEP) to English learner (EL) students and (2) a modification of Part II to include appropriate instructional settings required by the statutes (Education Code [EC] sections 300-400). In order to assess changes in the instructional services for English learners, which have resulted from recent changes in law, the 1999 and future Language Census forms capture the same categories of instructional services which have been used in prior years. 

Field Name
Field Type Width
Description

CDS_CODE

Character

14

This 14-digit code is the official, unique identification of a school within California. The first two digits identify the county, the next five digits identify the school district, and the last seven digits identify the school.

COUNTY

Character

15

County name.

DISTRICT

Character

35

District name.

SCHOOL

Character

35

School name.

 

Part 2: EL Instructional Information

Instructional Settings

Field Name
Field Type Width
Description

SEI

Numeric

6

Structured English Immersion (Also referred to as Sheltered English Immersion):
The number of English learner (EL) students enrolled in a structured English immersion setting. These EL students are receiving instruction through an English language acquisition process for young children in which nearly all classroom instruction is in English but with a curriculum and presentation designed for children who are learning the language (EC 305 and 306(a)).

ACS

Numeric

6

Alternative Course of Study:
The number of EL students enrolled in an alternative course of study setting. These students are enrolled in classes where EL students are taught English and other subjects through bilingual education techniques or other generally recognized methodologies permitted by law and where the pupils enrolled have been (1) granted a parental exception waiver pursuant to EC 310 and 311; or (2) enrolled in any Alternative Education Program operated under the Superintendent of Public Instruction's waiver authority (EC 58509) when such an alternative for EL students was established specifically to waive one or more sections of EC 300 through 340; or (3) enrolled in a Charter School program which offers any alternative course of study for EL students.

ELM_MEET

Numeric

6

English Language Mainstream Classroom (with additional and appropriate services) - Students Meeting Criteria:
The number of EL students enrolled in an English language mainstream classroom setting who have met local district criteria for having achieved a "good working knowledge" (also defined as "reasonable fluency") of English and are provided with additional and appropriate services (EC 305; California Code of Regulations [CCR] Title 5 sections 11301 and 11302).

ELM_PARENT

Numeric

6

English Language Mainstream Classroom (with additional and appropriate services) - Parental Request:
The number of EL students who are enrolled in an English language mainstream classroom setting at the request of their parent(s) or guardian. Based on CCR 11301(b) a parent or guardian is permitted to request, any time during the school year, that his/her child be moved into an English language mainstream classroom.

OTHER_SET

Numeric

6

Other Instructional Settings:
The number of EL students enrolled in an instructional setting other than one of those described in fields SEI, ACS, ELM_MEET, and ELM_PARENT shown above. The instructional settings described in the above fields are those which are consistent with definitions found in EC 300 -340.

 

Instructional Services

Field Name
Field Type Width
Description

ELD

Numeric

6

English Language Development (ELD):
The number of EL students receiving a program of ELD, and no services in the fields shown below (ELD_SDAIE, ELD_PLS AND ELD_L1). ELD is a specialized program of English language instruction appropriate for the student's identified level of language proficiency. It is consistently implemented and designed to promote second language acquisition of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. ELD should be provided by teachers reported on the Language Census form, Part V.

ELD_SDAIE

Numeric

6

ELD and Specially Designed Academic Instruction in English (SDAIE):
The number of EL students receiving a program of ELD and, at a minimum, two academic subjects required for grade promotion or graduation, taught through Specially Designed Academic Instruction in English (SDAIE). SDAIE is an approach used to teach academic courses to EL students in English. It should be designed for non-native speakers of English and should focus on increasing the comprehensibility of the academic courses normally provided to FEP and English-only students in the district. These students are not receiving primary language support as described below. SDAIE should be provided by teachers reported on the Language Census form, Part V.

ELD_PLS

Numeric

6

ELD and SDAIE with Primary Language Support:
The number of EL students receiving a program of ELD and SDAIE as described above, with primary language (L1) support in at least two academic subject areas. L1 support is instructional support through the student's primary language. It does not take the place of academic instruction through the primary language but may be used in order to clarify meaning and facilitate student comprehension of academic content area concepts taught mainly through English. It may also include oral language development in the student's primary language. L1 support may be provided by credentialed teachers fluent in the student's primary language or by bilingual paraprofessionals (aides) reported on the Language Census form, Part V. The aides should be supervised by a credentialed teacher.

ELD_L1

Numeric

6

ELD and Academic Subjects Through the Primary Language (L1):
The number of EL students receiving a program of ELD and, at a minimum, two academic subjects through the primary language. L1 instruction is (1) for Kindergarten through grade six, primary language instruction provided, at a minimum, in language arts (including reading and writing) and mathematics, science, or social science; or (2) for grades seven through twelve, primary language instruction provided, at a minimum, in two academic subjects required for grade promotion or graduation. The curriculum should be equivalent to that provided to FEP and English-only students. These students may also be receiving SDAIE as described above. L1 instruction should be provided by teachers reported on the Language Census form, Part V.

ELD_OTHER

Numeric

6

Instructional Services Other than Those Defined in columns 00 through 03:
The number of EL students provided with an instructional service specifically designed for EL students that does not correspond to one of the descriptions found in fields ELD, ELD_SDAIE, ELD_PLS, ELD_L1 above. 

NO_ELD

Numeric

6

Not Receiving any English Learner Services:
The number of EL students who are not provided with any specialized instructional service.

TOTAL_EL

Numeric

6

The sum of fields SEI, ACS, ELM_MEET, ELM_PARENT, and OTHER_SET OR THE SUM of fields of ELD, ELD_SDAIE, ELD_PLS, ELD_L1, ELD_OTHER, and NO_ELD.

Part 3: ELs Redesignated to FEP

Field Name
Field Type Width
Description

REDES

Numeric

6

The total number of EL students redesignated as fluent-English-proficient (FEP) since the last census. Includes those who are no longer enrolled at the school (i.e., graduated or moved).

Part 4: Oral English Proficiency Assessment

Field Name Field Type Width Description

ORAL_PROF

Character

1

Y - Schools uses one or more of the listed oral language assessments.

N - None of the above tests have been conducted.

O - The district has on file a current California Department of Education approved waiver to use an alternative instrument or procedure for initial identification.

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