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File Structure: Reclassified ELs by School

File structure for Language Census (R30-LC) part III, English learners (ELs) reclassified as fluent-English-proficient (FEP) students from the prior year by school.

File Name: Reclasssch.txt

Field Name
Field Type
Width
Description

C_CODE

Character

2

2-digit county code.

D_CODE
Character
5
5-digit district code.
S_CODE
Character
7
7-digit school code.

COUNTY

Character

15

County name.

DISTRICT

Character

35

District name. 

SCHOOL

Character

35

School name. 

YEAR

Numeric

4

Year of data.

RECLASS
Numeric
4
Number of ELs reclassified as FEP.
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Last Reviewed: Friday, September 9, 2016
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