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    HB2181
    SPONSORS: SEEL P
    TITLE: schools; SAIS data; penalty
    HOUSE FIRST READ: 01/20/10
    COMMITTEES: ASSIGNED COMMITTEES ACTION
    01/20/10 ED
    01/20/10 RULES
    HOUSE SECOND READ: 01/21/10
    FINAL DISPOSITION: Held in Committees
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    REFERENCE TITLE: schools; SAIS data; penalty

     

     

     

     

    State of Arizona

    House of Representatives

    Forty-ninth Legislature

    Second Regular Session

    2010

     

     

    HB 2181

     

    Introduced by

    Representative Seel

     

     

    AN ACT

     

    amending section 15‑1042, Arizona Revised Statutes; relating to the student accountability information system.

     

     

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    Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Arizona:

    Section 1.  Section 15-1042, Arizona Revised Statutes, is amended to read:

    START_STATUTE15-1042.  Timeline; student level data; definition

    A.  The department of education shall notify school districts and charter schools of electronic data submission procedures and shall distribute a list of the specific student level data elements that school districts and charter schools are required to submit.  The department of education shall not make any changes to the student level data elements to be collected except for the following:

    1.  Student attendance data for a joint technological education district, including entry date and exit date, for classes that count towards the student's graduation requirements as provided for in section 15‑701.01.

    2.  Student attendance data for a community college, unless the college is owned, operated or chartered by an Indian tribe, including entry date and exit date, for classes that count towards the student's graduation requirements as provided for in section 15‑701.01.

    B.  Each school district and charter school shall submit electronic data on a school by school basis, including student level data, to the department of education in order for the school district or charter school to receive monies for the cost of educating students pursuant to this title.

    C.  The department of education shall grant a school district or charter school an extension to the deadline for the submission of student level data or may provide for an alternative method for the submission of student level data if the school district or charter school proves that good cause exists for the extension, and the school district or charter school shall continue to receive monies for the cost of educating students pursuant to this title.  The request by a school district or charter school for an extension of the deadline for the submission of student level data shall include a justification for the extension and the status of current efforts towards complying with the submission of student level data.

    D.  A pupil or the parent or guardian of a pupil shall not be required to submit data that does not relate to the provision of educational services or assistance to the pupil.

    E.  Each student level data element shall include a statutory reference to the law that necessitates its collection.

    F.  Unless otherwise prescribed, school districts and charter schools shall begin to report new data elements on July 1 of the year that follows the effective date of the law that requires the collection of the data.

    G.  Student level data items submitted to the department of education by school districts pursuant to this section shall not be used to adjust funding levels or calculate the average daily membership for the purpose of funding school districts at any time other than the fortieth, one hundredth and two hundredth day of the school year.

    H.  A school district or charter school is not required to submit student level data to the department of education more often than once every twenty school days.

    I.  Notwithstanding subsection L of this section, the student level data shall include reasons for the withdrawal if reasons are provided by the withdrawing pupil or the pupil's parent or guardian.  For the purposes of this subsection, the department of education shall include in the specific student level data elements that school districts and charter schools are required to submit data relating to students who withdraw from school because the student is pregnant or because the student is the biological parent of a child.

    J.  The department of education shall adopt guidelines to remove outdated student level data collected by school districts and charter schools from the student accountability information system.

    K.  All student level data collected pursuant to this section is confidential and is not a public record.  The data collected may be used for aggregate research and reporting.

    L.  If more than fifteen per cent of the data required to be submitted by a school district or charter school pursuant to this article is determined to be incorrect, incomplete or inaccurate, the state board of education shall direct the superintendent of public instruction to withhold up to ten per cent of state monies that the school district or charter school would otherwise be entitled to receive during that fiscal year.

    L.  M.  For the purposes of this section, "student level data" means all data elements that are compiled and submitted for each student in this state and that are necessary for the completion of the statutory requirements of the department of education and the state board of education relating to the calculation of funding for public education, the determination of student academic progress as measured by student testing programs in this state, state and federal reporting requirements and other duties prescribed to the department of education or the state board of education by law.  Student level data does not include data elements related to student behavior, discipline, criminal history, medical history, religious affiliation, personal physical descriptors or family information not authorized by the parent or guardian of the pupil. END_STATUTE



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    Thursday, January 21, 2010

    SECOND READING OF BILLS

     

    HB2113, HB2127, HB2146, HB2150, HB2154, HB2175-HB2176, HB2181-HB2187, HB2195, HB2198, HB2200, HB2203-HB2205, HB2210-HB2211, HB2213-HB2214, HB2216, HB2218, HB2224-HB2228, HB2235-HB2239, HB2243, HB2245-HB2247, HB2249, HB2257, HB2259-HB2261, HB2281, HB2283, HB2285, HB2288, HB2294, HB2297-HB2299, HB2347-HB2348, HB2350, HB2356, HB2358-HB2360, HB2418-HB2420, HB2422, HB2424-HB2425, HB2427-HB2428, HB2431-HB2432, HB2442-HB2443, HB2446, HB2450-HB2452, HB2459, HB2469, HB2471-HB2473, HB2514-HB2515,

     

     

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