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Student National Origin Report 2009

Information and resources from the California Department of Education for the 2009-10 Student National Origin Report (SNOR).

The California Department of Education (CDE) collects the number of immigrant students to determine the amount of funding. For the 2009– 10 fiscal year, eligible school districts, county offices of education and direct funded charter schools will receive 95 dollars for each eligible immigrant student.

Information from the CDE about the number of immigrant students that are submitted by school districts, county offices of education and direct funded charter schools will be reported using the SNOR Online Reporting during 2009– 10. Information was to be reported on the California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement System (CALPADS) but system problems have delayed use of the CALPADS which is currently being worked on to correct.

Private schools do not receive funding. These schools may receive programs and services from the local educational agency (LEA) that serves the geographic area in which the private school is found. Private schools will continue to submit the number of immigrant students using the SNOR online application.

2009– 10 Student National Origin Report Submission Letter, Password

2009– 10 Student National Origin Report Submission Letter, Personal Identification Number

Immigrant Student Reporting Letter

Directory of National Origin Names & Country Codes - (Revised November 2009; DOC; 362KB; 7pp.)

Form for Site Use Only - (Revised November 2009; DOC; 386KB; 9pp.)

If needed, this form may be used for determining eligible student counts prior to reporting online.

Please do not submit this form to the CDE.

Questions:   Jim Shields | jshields@cde.ca.gov| 916-319-0267
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