FLORIDA AUTOMATED SYSTEM FOR TRANSFERRING EDUCATIONAL RECORDS
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
OFFICE OF APPLICATION SUPPORT (OAS)

Effective: December 4, 2011
Revised:

2011-2012 Student VOC/ELL/Dropout Information

1. Record Type: I05 - Items 1-52 (excluding items 10a-c, 20a-c, and 25a-c) are valid for interdistrict and Bright Futures record transfer.
    S05 - Items 1-25 (excluding items 10a-c, 15a-c, 20a-c, and 25a-c), and 52 are valid for transcripts and Bright Futures record transfer.
    T05 - Items 1-8, 10a-f, 12, 13, 15a-f, 17, 18, 20a-f, 22, 23, and 25a-f are valid for Technical Center transcript transfer.
2. Transfer one record per student.
3. Send the 4 latest Career and Technical programs the student has completed or in which the student is participating.
4. Send the three most recent Dropout/DJJ Prevention records within the most recent year of instruction.
5. The presence of LOW-VALUES in data fields causes significant problems for several institutions in the receipt of student records. A transaction will be rejected if non-displayable characters are sent in the data unless found in Filler Reserved for Local Use (last 9 bytes of each record type). Please use some other appropriate character (e.g., SPACES) with which to initialize your records before sending them.
6. Required fields are indicated by an asterisk (*) next to the field name.
7. Special characters, tilde (~), caret (^), and grave accent (`), are used as delimiters in the translation of FASTER to SPEEDE/ExPRESS. They are reserved symbols and as such cannot be included in data sent through FASTER to a SPEEDE/ExPRESS institution.
8. A new data element has been added beginning with the 2011-2012 school year. Career Pathways Student Participant occurs four times and is associated with the four occurrences of Career and Technical Education Program. See Item #26 below.
9. The verbiage in School Number, Current Enrollment has changed to clarify the meaning of school numbers associated with virtual courses. See Item #5 below.
10. District Number, Current Enrollment no longer includes a code of 70. See Item #4 below.

Field Characteristics:

A = Alphabetic only
A/N = Alphameric
N = Numeric only
Z = Zoned numeric
P = Packed decimal
R = Right justified with leading zeros
L = Left justified

Format Characteristics:

Name: 2011-2012 Student VOC/ELL/Dropout Information
Number: T5

Effective: December 4, 2011

Record Size: 1020

1 1-3 3 A/N Record Type*

The header for the record for this transaction

Code Definition
I05 Interdistrict and Bright Futures Record Transfer
S05 Secondary to Postsecondary Transcript and Bright Futures Record Transfer
T05 Technical Center Transcript Transfer

2 4-13 10 A/N/R Student Number Identifier, Florida*

If the student has a social security number and provides this number to the school district, the Student Number Identifier, Florida, will have the following format:

First 9 digits: the student's Social Security Number; and
The 10th digit: the letter "X".

If a SPEEDE/ExPRESS institution does not provide a valid social security number or high school student number identifier, the value will be "999999999G".

If the student does not provide a Social Security Number to the school district, the school district will assign a Student Number Identifier, Florida, to the student, formatted as follows:

First 2 digits
NN For any student entering a Florida school district for the first time, the first 2 digits will represent the district of initial entry into the Florida School System.
Last 8 digits
NNNNNNNN The last eight digits are district-defined in such a way as to result in a unique student number within the district in which the number is originally assigned.

3 14-15 2 A/N Filler
4 16-17 2 N/R District Number, Current Enrollment*

The two digit number for the current school district or other agency in which the student is officially enrolled for graduation (see District Name Table, Appendix A ), or zero in the case of a postsecondary or SPEEDE/ExPRESS sending institution

Code Definition
01-76 69, 71-76 State assigned number for school district or other agency
99 Other than Florida Public School

5 18-21 4 A/N/R School Number, Current Enrollment*

The state assigned four digit school number in which the student is officially enrolled for graduation

0001 -9899 District school sites assigned a unique number in the state Master School ID File.
0000 Used for in-state postsecondary and SPEEDE/ExPRESS sending institutions
3518 McKay Scholarship Participants
7001 Virtual Instruction Program operated through a contract with a provider that is approved by the DOE, the Florida Virtual School or a state college.
7004 Florida Virtual School Franchise Participants.
7006 School District Virtual Course Offerings
7023 Virtual Instruction Program offered by the School District
9997 Migrant Non-Attenders - Used for students identified as Migrant, ages 3 through 21, who are not enrolled in school, and have not graduated from high school.
9998 Used to report Home Schooled students. Students identified and being reported by the district as home schooled students.

9994

Private school students served with Fund Source D funds.

9995

Private school students participating in Title I programs.

6 22-31 10 A/N Filler
        CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM (1)
7 32-38 7 A/N Adult General Education Program Code

For secondary vocational students, the seven digit program number, as listed in the Course Code Directory, which is associated with the career and technical education course in which the student is enrolled.

For all postsecondary adult career and technical education students, record the seven-digit alphanumeric program code listed in the Course Code Directory

For the adult general education students, record the appropriate valid code from the Course Code Directory.

8 39-58 20 A/N/L Career and Technical Program Name, Abbreviated

The abbreviated title assigned to courses listed in the Course Code Directory that is associated with a career and technical program.

9 59-59 1 A Vocational Termination Code

USED ONLY FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED IN VOCATIONAL EDUCATION Career and Technical Education CLASSES. The vocational termination code indicates the status of the student at the end of the class. The class must have ended prior to reporting the termination code.

Code Definition
C A job preparatory occupational COMPLETER who has finished a planned sequence of courses or competencies designed to meet a vocational Career and Technical Education occupational objective and who has met all the requirements of the institution for occupational completion. A student who completes a single course in such a sequence should not be reported as a completer.
S A secondary job preparatory occupational COMPLETER STILL IN SECONDARY SCHOOL.
F A supplemental occupational FINISHER who has received all of the instruction for which enrolled.
L A LEAVER WITH MARKETABLE SKILLS prior to job preparatory occupation completion as determined by the instructor.
H A secondary job preparatory occupational LEAVER WITH MARKETABLE SKILLS STILL IN SECONDARY SCHOOL.
R A student REMAINING in the job preparatory occupational instruction.
Z Other than above. (See the Vocational Data Base Handbook for a list of programs/courses for which the termination code always will be "Z"

Note: Codes F, L, and H are valid only prior to 07/01/1998.

10 60-67 8 A/N Withdrawal Date (Vocational Program Completion Date)

Vocational program completion date (the withdrawal date associated with a W28 withdrawal code) is required on the permanent record for vocational program completers. For grade 7-12 completers, this should be the withdrawal date used at the end of the school year.

MMDDCCYY Example: 06051983

10a

68-68

1

A/N

Credential Awarded

The type of credential, if any, the student received in the program.

Code

Definition

A

Applied Technology Diploma:  awarded after the student completes a postsecondary Applied Technology Diploma program.

T

Advanced Technical Certificate

V

Vocational Certificate:  awarded after the student completes an entire postsecondary vocational program and meets the basic skill level requirement.

Z

Not Applicable

10b

69-76

8

A/N

Program Entry Date

The date the student originally enrolled in the program.

MMDDCCYY

Example: 06052003

10c

77-84

8

A/N

Program Exit Date

This is the date the student exited the program, which can be the last date the student attended a course in the program or the date the student was awarded a certificate.

MMDDCCYY

Example: 06052007

10d

85-92

8

A/N

Industry Certification Identifier

This is the identifier assigned by the Florida Department of Education to specify the industry certification or technical skill attainment by third party assessment that the student has taken/attempted. Two lists of valid identifiers exist for reporting on the electronic transcript:

Secondary Industry Certification Identifiers

     See Appendix Z of the Education Information & Accountability Services (EIAS) Database Manual for a list of the Secondary Industry Certification Identifiers. Please note that this field now can be filled with "ZZZZZZZZ" when reporting secondary identifiers. This is consistent with Appendix Z of the Database manual.

Postsecondary Industry Certification Identifiers

     See Appendix Z of the State College and Technical Center MIS (CCTCMIS), Workforce Development Information System (WDIS) for Postsecondary Industry Certification Identifiers.

10e

93-93

1

A/N

Industry Certification Outcome

This is an indicator of whether or not the student passed the industry certification or technical skill assessment taken/attempted.

Code Definition
P Student completed and passed all of the required components of the certification or assessment.
F Student attempted but did not pass or complete all of the required components of the certification or assessment.
Z Not applicable. Student did not attempt to earn an industry certification or take an assessment.

Note: For all automotive service certifications through the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (NIASE), a value of P may be reported for students who passed the required exam(s) but did not meet the work experience requirements.

10f

94-96

3

A/N

Career and Professional Academy Identifier

This is the identifier assigned by the Department of Education to the Career and Professional Academy in which the student participated. See Appendix Y of the Education Information & Accountability Services Database Manual for a list of Career and Professional Academies and their identification numbers.

       
Note: Field definitions for Career and Technical Education Program items 12-26 are the same as Career and Technical Education Program (1), items 7-11.
        CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM (2)
12 97-103 7 A/N Adult General Education Program Code
13 104-123 20 A/N/L Career and Technical Education Program Name, Abbreviated
14 124-124 1 A Vocational Termination Code
15 125-132 8 A/N Withdrawal Date (Vocational Program Completion Date)

15a

133-133

1

A/N

Credential Awarded

15b

134-141

8

A/N

Program Entry Date

15c

142-149

8

A/N

Program Exit Date

15d

150-157

8

A/N

Industry Certification Identifier

15e

158-158

1

A/N

Industry Certification Outcome

15f

159-161

3

A/N

Career and Professional Academy Identifier

        CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM (3)
17 162-168 7 A/N Adult General Education Program Code
18 169-188 20 A/N/L Career and Technical Education Program Name, Abbreviated
19 189-189 1 A Vocational Termination Code
20 190-197 8 A/N Withdrawal Date (Vocational Program Completion Date)

20a

198-198

1

A/N

Credential Awarded

20b

199-206

8

A/N

Program Entry Date

20c

207-214

8

A/N

Program Exit Date

20d

215-222

8

A/N

Industry Certification Identifier

20e

223-223

1

A/N

Industry Certification Outcome

20f

224-226

3

A/N

Career and Professional Academy Identifier

        CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM (4)
22 227-233 7 A/N Adult General Education Program Code
23 234-253 20 A/N/L Career and Technical Education Program Name, Abbreviated,
24 254-254 1 A Vocational Termination Code
25 255-262 8 A/N Withdrawal Date (Vocational Program Completion Date)

25a

263-263

1

A/N

Credential Awarded

25b

264-271

8

A/N

Program Entry Date

25c

272-279

8

A/N

Program Exit Date

25d

280-287

8

A/N

Industry Certification Identifier

25e

288-288

1

A/N

Industry Certification Outcome

25f

289-291

3

A/N

Career and Professional Academy Identifier

        CAREER PATHWAYS PARTICIPANT INDICATORS (1-4)
26 292-292 1 A/N Career Pathways Participant (1)

The student's status, regarding the Career Pathways program, during the current reporting year.

NOTE: This field is associated with CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM (1).

Code Description/Example
N The student did not participate in Career Pathways.
Y Secondary Career Pathways Student Participant - A career and technical education student who has earned 3 or more credits in a single career and technical education program and has participated in a locally developed Program of Study* that has a written articulation agreement in place which establishes and validates the career pathway.

A career and technical education student is still considered a Career Pathways Student Participant even if the student is not currently enrolled in a career and technical education course. The student may be in the process of completing complementary academic courses identified in the program of study

OR

Postsecondary Career Pathways Student Participant - A student enrolled in a postsecondary career and technical education program who has participated in a locally developed program of study and has earned articulated credit or dual enrollment credit as delineated in the local articulation agreement that is creditable to the student's degree or certificate.

*NOTE: A Program of Study is a coherent sequence of rigorous academic and technical courses that prepare students for successful completion of state academic standards and supports transition to more advanced postsecondary coursework in a related career area of interest. Additional requirements include:

A written articulation agreement must be in place for each Program of Study that validates the career pathway.

The agreement must be signed and approved by the agency head of each participating local education agency (LEA).

The Program of Study must include the locally endorsed sequence of core academic and Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses.

Career pathways must lead to a postsecondary credential. This may include a certificate, diploma, associate or baccalaureate degree.

Each Program of Study is expected to be guided by the workforce and economic needs of business and industry in the community and employment opportunities for students.

26a 293-293 1 A/N Career Pathways Participant (2)

NOTE: This field is associated with CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM (2).

26b 294-294 1 A/N Career Pathways Participant (3)

NOTE: This field is associated with CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM (3).

26c 295-295 1 A/N Career Pathways Participant (4)

NOTE: This field is associated with CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM (4).

26d 296-427 132 A/N Filler
27 428-429 2 A English Language Learners, PK-12

Using the definitions given and the codes below, indicate the status of the student who has been identified as a student with Limited English Proficiency. An English Language Learner student is one who:

  • Was not born in the U.S. and whose native language is other than English; or
  • Was born in the U.S. but who comes from a home in which a language other than English is most relied upon for communication; or
  • Is an American Indian or Alaskan Native and comes from a home in which a language other than English has had a significant impact on his or her level of English language proficiency; and
  • Who as a result of the above has sufficient difficulty speaking, reading, writing, or understanding the English language to deny him or her the opportunity to learn successfully in classrooms in which the language of instruction is English.

Code Definition
LY The student is an English Language Learner and is enrolled in classes specifically designed for ELL students.
LF The student is being followed up for a two year period after having exited from the ESOL.
LP The student is in 3rd - 12th grade, tested fully English proficient on an Aural/Oral test, and is English Language Learners pending the Reading and Writing assessment; or the student is in K-12th grade, answered "yes" on the Home Language Survey Question "Is a language other than English spoken in the Home?" and is pending aural/oral assessment.
LZ The student is one for whom a two-year follow-up period has been completed after the student has exited the ESOL program. This code also applies to John M. McKay Scholarship students who were formerly in an English Language Learners program.
ZZ Not Applicable

28 430-430 1 A English Language Learners: Basis of Entry

A one character code used to indicate the basis of entry into the English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Program.

Code Definition
A Aural/Oral
R Reading and Writing
L ELL Committee
T Temporarily Placed in program based on a "Yes" response to the Home Language Survey question (b) Did the student have a first language other than English?; (c) Does the student most frequently speak a language other than English?; or both (b) and (c).
Z Not Applicable

29 431-438 8 A/N English Language Learners: Entry Date

The initial date a student entered an ESOL program. If English Language Learners PK-12 is LY or LF, this Date must be a valid date. Otherwise, this date can be blank.

CCYYMMDD Example: 19910118
Entry date was January 18, 1991.

30 439-446 8 A/N English Language Learners: Classification Date

The initial date a student who responded "Yes" to the Home Language Survey is determined eligible or not eligible based on assessment for an ESOL program

CCYYMMDD Example: 19910118
Classification date was January 18, 1991.

00000000 Zero fill for students not yet classified eligible or ineligible

31 447-454 8 A/N English Language Learners: Student Plan Date

The date of the most recent development or review of the English Language Learners Student Plan

CCYYMMDD Example: 19910118
Student plan date was January 18, 1991.

32 455-462 8 A/N English Language Learners: Reevaluation Date

The most recent date the English Language Learner student was reevaluated in order to determine whether the student should continue in or exit the program

CCYYMMDD Example: 19910118
Reevaluation date was January 18, 1991.

00000000 Zero fill if reevaluation has not occurred

33 463-463 1 A/N English Language Learners: Extension of Instruction

A one character code used to indicate that an English Language Learner student is receiving services beyond the base three years of eligible ESOL FTE funding as specified in Rule 6A-6.0903, FAC

Code Definition
Y Student in need of extension of instruction
Z Not applicable or no

34 464-471 8 A/N English Language Learners: Exit Date

The initial date a student exits an ESOL program

CCYYMMDD Example: 19910118
Exit date was January 18, 1991.
00000000 Zero fill if exit has not occurred

35 472-479 8 A/N English Language Learners: Reclassification Date

The initial date a former Limited English Proficiency student is reclassified as English Language Learner.

CCYYMMDD Example: 19910118
Reclassification date was January 18, 1991.
00000000 Zero fill if reclassification has not occurred

36 480-487 8 A/N English Language Learners: Reclassification Exit Date

The date a reclassified Limited English Proficiency student exits the ESOL program.

CCYYMMDD Example: 19910118
Reclassification Exit date was January 18, 1991.
00000000 Zero fill if the student has not been reclassified or the reclassified student has not exited the ESOL program.

37 488-496 9 A/N English Language Learners: Post Reclassification Date (First Report Card)

Each date that the former Limited English Proficiency student's performance has been reviewed to ensure parity of participation once the student has been classified as English proficient is recorded. These reviews shall take place automatically at the student's first report card and semiannually during the first year after exiting the program, and at the end of the second year, in accordance with Rule 6A-6.0903, FAC.

ACCYYMMDD Example: A19910118
Student's First Report Card was dated January 18, 1991.

38 497-505 9 A/N English Language Learners: Post Reclassification Date (First Semiannual Review)

The date of the First Semiannual Review

BCCYYMMDD Example: B19910118
Student's First Semiannual Review took place on January 18, 1991.

39 506-514 9 A/N English Language Learners: Post Reclassification Date (Second Semi-annual Review)

The date of the Second Semiannual Review

CCCYYMMDD Example: C19910118
Student's Second Semiannual Review took place on January 18, 1991.

40 515-523 9 A/N English Language Learners: Post Reclassification Date (End of the Second Year)

The date of the end of the student's second year

DCCYYMMDD Example: D19910118
The end of the student's second year was January 18, 1991.

40a 524-524 1 A English Language Learners: First Basis of Exit

A one character code used to indicate the basis of exit out of the English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Program. Codes B, C, D, E, and F are composed of two or more measures.

Code Definition
A Aural/Oral - For use in grades K-2 only.
B CELLA Composite Score and CELLA Reading Score – CELLA aural/oral skills, reading and writing scale scores for each grade cluster shall be added together to determine the composite score at grade level. Scores equal to or greater than the CELLA composite scores shall be used to determine the level of English proficiency for students tested in listening, speaking, reading and writing on grade level (see table below). The second measure must be a score at the proficient level on CELLA Reading tested on grade level.
       Grade Cluster   CELLA English Proficient Composite Scores
          K-2                  2050 and greater
          3-5                   2150 and greater
          6-8                   2200 and greater
          9-12                  2250 and greater
C A score at or above the proficient level on a State approved listening and speaking assessment or above the publisher’s cut score on an aural and oral assessment. If this measure is used for students in grades 3-12, the second measure shall be an assessment in reading and writing.
D A score at or above the 33rd national percentile on the reading comprehension and writing or language usage subtests on a nationally norm referenced test. The second measure shall be a listening and speaking or aural and oral assessment.
E FCAT level 3 or greater or the equivalent developmental scale score on the Reading test of the Sunshine State Standards. The second measure shall be an assessment in listening and speaking or aural and oral, and writing.
F FCAT level 3 or greater on the Writing+ of the Sunshine State Standards. The second measure shall be an assessment in listening and speaking or aural and oral, and reading.
G District-proposed alternative exit standard as amended into the District's ELL Plan and approved by the Department of Education.
L ELL Committee
R Reading and Writing - For use only with students exited from an ESOL program prior to July 1, 2008.
Z Not Applicable

40a 525-525 1 A English Language Learners: Second Basis of Exit

A one character code used to indicate the basis of exit from the English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Program. This field is to be used when codes A, B, C, D, E, F, or G, are used in English Language Learners: First Basis of Exit, above. This field cannot be Z when the ELL First Basis of Exit is A thru G. The valid codes for this field are:

Code Definition
B CELLA Composite Score and CELLA Reading Score – CELLA aural/oral skills, reading and writing scale scores for each grade cluster shall be added together to determine the composite score at grade level. Scores equal to or greater than the CELLA composite scores shall be used to determine the level of English proficiency for students tested in listening, speaking, reading and writing on grade level (see table below). The second measure must be a score at the proficient level on CELLA Reading tested on grade level.
       Grade Cluster   CELLA English Proficient Composite Scores
          K-2                  2050 and greater
          3-5                   2150 and greater
          6-8                   2200 and greater
          9-12                  2250 and greater
C A score at or above the proficient level on a State approved listening and speaking assessment or above the publisher’s cut score on an aural and oral assessment. If this measure is used for students in grades 3-12, the second measure shall be an assessment in reading and writing.
D A score at or above the 33rd national percentile on the reading comprehension and writing or language usage subtests on a nationally norm referenced test. The second measure shall be a listening and speaking or aural and oral assessment.
E FCAT level 3 or greater or the equivalent developmental scale score on the Reading test of the Sunshine State Standards. The second measure shall be an assessment in listening and speaking or aural and oral, and writing.
F FCAT level 3 or greater on the Writing+ of the Sunshine State Standards. The second measure shall be an assessment in listening and speaking or aural and oral, and reading.
G District-proposed alternative exit standard as amended into the District's ELL Plan and approved by the Department of Education.
Z Not Applicable

41 526-929 404 A/N Filler
        DROPOUT PREVENTION/JUVENILE JUSTICE PROGRAM (1)

Note: Dropout Prevention/Juvenile Justice System information cannot be sent unless the Record Type is I05.

42 930-930 1 A Dropout Prevention/Juvenile Justice Programs

Dropout prevention/juvenile justice program code

Code Definition
U Educational Alternative Programs
R Dropout Retrieval Programs
A Disciplinary Programs
E Alternative to Expulsion Programs
P Teenage Parent Programs
D Education Services in Department of Juvenile Justice Programs
N Non-School Institution for Neglected or Delinquent Students
Z Not applicable

43 931-935 5 A/N Dropout Prevention/Juvenile Justice Placement Reasons

This is the code which indicates the allowable reason the student was placed in each dropout prevention/juvenile justice program. Codes consist of one character fields which may occur a maximum of five times. At least one placement reason code is required. Codes for allowable placement reasons in dropout prevention programs are as follows:

Code Definition
Educational Alternatives (Dropout Prevention/Juvenile Justice Program Code U)
A Retained in Grade
B Academically Unsuccessful
C Attendance/Tardiness problems
N Habitual Truancy
Teenage Parent (Dropout Prevention/Juvenile Justice Program Code P)
E Expectant Parent
F Parent
G Child
Disciplinary (Dropout Prevention/Juvenile Justice Program Code A)
H Suspension(s)
I Alternative Placement
J Disciplinary Referral(s)
T Transition from Department of Juvenile Justice
R Education Services in Department of Juvenile Justice Programs (Code D)
Z Not applicable
Dropout Retrieval Activities (Dropout Prevention/Juvenile Justice Program Code R)
Z Not applicable
Alternative to Expulsion Programs (Dropout Prevention/Juvenile Justice Program Code E)
Z Not applicable
Non-School Institution for Neglected or Delinquent Students (Dropout Prevention/Juvenile Justice Program Code N)
Z Not applicable

44 936-938 3 A/N Dropout Prevention/Juvenile Justice Outcomes

A set of codes which indicate minimum outcomes on each dropout prevention/juvenile justice program as described below:

Code Definition
Educational Alternatives (Dropout Prevention/Juvenile Justice Program Code U)
Y Documented improvement in academic performance
D Documented improvement in attendance
N No improvement in academic performance
(Up to two codes apply)
Z Not assessed or not applicable
(Ony one code applies)
Teenage Parent (Dropout Prevention/Juvenile Justice Program Code P)
Y Documented improvement in parenting skills
N No improvement in parenting skills
P Previously assessed and reported
Z Not assessed or not applicable
(Only one code applies)
Disciplinary (Dropout Prevention/Juvenile Justice Program Code A)
E Decrease in number of expulsions<
S Decrease in number of suspensions
R Decrease in number of disciplinary referrals
N No decrease in disciplinary action(s)
T Continued Progress or Completed Transition Plan
Z Not assessed or not applicable
(Up to three codes apply)
Education Services in the Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) Programs (Code D)
A Received academic services
V Received vocational services
W Received academic and vocational services
X Has integrated educational treatment plan
Y Has integrated transition plan
(Up to three codes apply)
Z Not Applicable

        DROPOUT PREVENTION/JUVENILE JUSTICE PROGRAM (2)
45 939-939 1 A Dropout Prevention/Juvenile Justice Programs
46 940-944 5 A/N Dropout Prevention/Juvenile Justice Placement Reasons
47 945-947 3 A/N Dropout Prevention/Juvenile Justice Outcomes
        DROPOUT PREVENTION/JUVENILE JUSTICE PROGRAM (3)
48 948-948 1 A Dropout Prevention/Juvenile Justice Programs
49 949-953 5 A/N Dropout Prevention/Juvenile Justice Placement Reasons
50 954-956 3 A/N Dropout Prevention/Juvenile Justice Outcomes
51 957-1011 55 A/N Filler
52 1012-1020 9 A/N Filler Reserved for Local Use