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Charter 20 Day, FY 2013-14

Charter School 20 Day Attendance Report (Charter 20 Day) includes actual average daily attendance (ADA) and other pupil counts for fiscal year (FY) 2013-14.

Charter School 20 Day Attendance Report (Charter 20 Day) includes actual average daily attendance (ADA) and other pupil counts for charter schools that are newly operational or expanding to add one or more grade levels in fiscal year (FY) 2013-14.

Charter 20 Day Instructions1

Charter 20 Day Logon2

1 Instructions for reporting actual ADA and pupil counts, including information on the criteria that must be met to be considered a new or expanding charter school for funding purposes.

2The six digit personal identification number (PIN) necessary for logon to the Charter 20 Day report is the same PIN provided by the California Department of Education for the Charter School Annual Information Survey (see Charter 20 Day Instructions1 for further information).

Questions: Principal Apportionment Section | Charter20Day@cde.ca.gov | 916-324-4541 
Last Reviewed: Thursday, March 30, 2017
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