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2014–15 CALPADS Certification Report
- CALPADS Known Issues v1.3.32 (XLS; Dated 16-Oct-2014)
- CALPADS Update FLASH #93 | DOC | PDF (Dated 01-Oct-2014)
Topics include: Fall 1 suggested timeline; FAQs on student transfer data; new COE LCFF report; CAASPP update.
- CALPADS Error List v6.2 (XLS; Dated 22-Sep-2014)
- Release Update v1.1.75 (XLS; Dated 19-Sep-2014)
The CALPADS Updates (Flash memos) are located on our Communications Web page.
Useful Information and Links
CALPADS and CAASPP Integration – September 2014 (PPT; Dated 17-Sep-2014)
These PowerPoint slides accompany a Webcast presentation broadcast on September 17, 2014. This presentation discusses CALPADS data and how these data integrate with the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) Administration. Accessible Alternate Version (AAV) of the CALPADS and CAASPP Integration – September 2014 slides
- A video of the September 17, 2014 CALPADS and CAASPP Integration Webcast is located on the CAASPP Web site on the CAASPP Training Videos and Resources
Web page, under the Webcast Archives heading (look for the bullet entitled CALPADS and CAASPP Integration [September 2014]).
CALPADS includes statewide assessment data, enrollment data, teacher assignment data, and other elements required to meet federal NCLB reporting requirements.
This Web page provides information on the Education Codes and their requirements within CALPADS.
CALPADS Statewide Student Identifier (SSID)
An SSID is a unique, non-personally identifiable student identifier that all K–12 public school students are required to have.
Local Educational Agencies (LEA) Funding
Ongoing funding ($0.25 per enrolled student) is available for eligible LEAs to support maintenance of Statewide Student Identifiers (SSIDs).
Notifications of Inaccuracies in Certified Data
Prior to the 2011–12 school year, local educational agencies were able to submit notifications of inaccurate certified data to the CDE. This Web page provides access to lists (sorted by school year, and through the 2010–11 school year) of the schools and districts that submitted notifications.