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  • 1. Who is TED? And why do I hate him? A beginner’s guide to understanding the Technical Education Database System
  • 2. What is TEDS? The Technical Education Database System (TEDS) is the official repository of student data for all career and technical career pathwaystaught in Kentucky. The purpose of TEDS is to collect the data required to be reported to the United States Department of Education for the Carl Perkins grant on Career and Technical Education career pathways and students. This data is reported at the end of December for the previous school year. Perkins data includes graduation rate, academic attainment, secondary placement, and technical skill attainment. With the inclusion of Career and Technical Education as part of the Unbridled Learning assessment model, TEDS will also be used to supply the Kentucky Department of Education with data related to career readiness. This includes data on ASVAB, WorkKeys, KOSSA, and Industry Certificates. 1
  • 3. Entering Enrollment Data Secondary students must be entered into TEDS when the student has enrolled in the first course in the technical education program. The student will be enrolled by the school offering the program in which the student is enrolled. The only exception to this rule is if the school requires all students to complete a certain course for graduation. If it is a required course, it would not be counted as CTE and would not be entered into TEDS until the student takes the second course in a career major. TEDS receives a large amount of information on students through Infinite Campus (IC). Schools enter the enrollment data on CTE students via IC. Once the data has been entered the district TEDS coordinator will import the data from IC into TEDS. While the demographic data about a student is already listed there is data needed to be placed into IC for CTE students. Those fields are: CIP Code – This is the Career Pathway the student is enrolled in (Animal Systems, Agribusiness, etc.). Attend Hours – Average daily attendance in a career major per day. (1 course - 55 minutes = .92, 2 courses - 55 minutes each = 1.84) Credit Hours – The number of credits a student has earned towards completion status in a given career major. This field is a sum of the credits earned throughout the student’s high school career in the major. Enrollment (Start) Date – The first day of school or the day the student enrolls in the class Objective – The two options are Exploring and Preparatory. Exploring – Any student who enrolls in a career/technical program but will not/cannot complete the three credits within an individual program/career cluster required to be a preparatory student. It is required that secondary students be marked as ‘exploring’ until they begin the third credit within the same program/career major. o Any student who enrolls in activities designed for career exploration. Preparatory – Any studentwho is enrolled in a preparatory program who has successfully completed two credits and has enrolled in the third credit within an individual career major. The objective may be changed from exploring to preparatory when the student is enrolled in the third credit in a sequence of courses in a career major. NOTE: Enrollment reports generated in TEDS are based on program enrollment. A student is counted once per program enrollment if the report is produced as ‘duplicated’ count. If the report is produced as ‘non-duplicated’ counts, each student is counted one time and only in the program in which the Federal Report indicator is checked. The number of hours or blocks that a student is enrolled is not included in the calculation of the number enrolled in the Program Enrollment Report. The indicator must be marked once (and only once) for each student, regardless of the number of programs the student is enrolled in during a school year. 2
  • 4. No additional information is needed to be entered at this time. The remaining fields will either be entered by a district CTE coordinator or will be entered into IC or TEDS later. If the student has not taken a CTE class before, a new CIP code record will have to be made for the student in IC. If the student has previously been in a CIP code, but has now started in a new pathway (within or outside a program) a new CIP record for that pathway must be started. Do not delete old CIP records. If a student has previously been enrolled in a pathway and is continuing in the same pathway, the information with that CIP record needs to be updated. Do not start a new record for the same pathway. Termination status Under Perkins IV regulations, schools are accountable for the outcome for all students who enroll in a technical program until the ‘normal amount of time has passed for the student to complete or graduate’. The student may leave your school before the ‘normal amount of time’ has passed for one of the following reasons. It the student qualifies as having one of these four reasons, enter a termination status for the student for the last school year in which the student attended courses 3
  • 5. in the technical program. Otherwise, do not enter the termination status until the year the student should complete the program. The student successfully completes the requirements and graduates from high school and exits secondary education or has completed the requirements for a credential and exits postsecondary education. The student drops out of school completely. The student transfers to a different school. The student is deceased. If the student exits the program and is no longer enrolled at the school during the school year, enter the appropriate termination status. Note: Each school year begins on July 1 and ends the following June 30. If a postsecondary student finishes the requirements for a credential and leaves the program during summer school (after July 1), the student must be enrolled in the new school year. The termination status must be entered into the enrollment record for the new school year. Termination date - Enter the date the student exited the program. Leave the field blank if the student is currently enrolled in the program section. Termination Status For Preparatory Students -Any secondary level termination status other than ‘exploratory exit’ can be selected for a student (7th grade through 12th grade) whose objective is shown as 'preparatory' except for the ones indicating secondary graduation. ‘Completer and HS grad’ and ‘graduated w/o completing program’ will only be listed in the dropdown box for students whose education level is ‘12th grade’. 'Exploratory exit' will not be listed in the drop-down box if the objective field has a value of 'preparatory'. 'Completer', 'leaver' and 'transfer' are the three categories for the termination status for preparatory students. The definitions for the sub-types of each available termination statuses are: Completers - Secondarystudent who is leaving secondary education and completes four or more credits in the program and also earns a high school diploma. The four credits must be within the same CIP code. Leavers – Student who does not complete the required 4 credits in the technical program or leaves school without graduating. Graduated without completing – Secondary preparatory student exits the technical program without completing 4 credits in the technical program but does receive a high school diploma. Transfers - Student who changes to a different school. 4
  • 6. Federal Reporting Indicator Designates the one career and technical education program in which a student will be included when non-duplicated count reports are generated for accountability and funding. Each student’s federal reporting indicator can be marked for only one program enrollment per school year. If a student is enrolled in only one technical program during a school year, the ‘Federal Reporting’ indicator would be marked for that program. During the import process from IC to TEDS, the Federal Indicator is automatically marked for one career pathway for each student. This information should be verified in TEDS at the end of the year to ensure it is in the best pathway for each student for your federal Perkins indicators. Student Follow Up Six months after the school year ends, students who completed a career and technical program and graduated from the institution are contacted to determine how they transitioned to life after school. The Follow Up screen is used to input the students’ responses about their current employment/ education/ military status. When the former student responds ‘employed in a field related to training’ or ‘employed in a field not related to training’, additional information is entered. The additional information includes name of employer/company, supervisor, number of hours worked and salary range. This information is one element of demonstrating the effectiveness of the instructional program. TEDS is programmed to automatically select only those students who should be contacted for follow-up information. Student follow-up forms will be printed for secondary students who are listed as 12th grade, preparatory students and have a termination status of ‘completer and HS grad’. Student follow-up forms will be printed for postsecondary preparatory students whose termination status is ‘completer’. It is necessary to generate the student Follow Up forms, even if the school does not need a printed copy of the forms. The process that generates the Follow Up forms also generates a blank Follow Up record for each student and assigns a document number to the student’s record. The document number is then used to enter the student’s response into TEDS. NOTE: The document ID number assigned to a particular student’s Follow Up letter will not match the document ID number assigned to an employer Follow Up letter for the same student. It is not intended to match. There are many more student Follow Up letters generated each year than employer Follow Up letters. Click the Print Report button for a list of the Follow Up letters and their corresponding document numbers for each type of Follow Up. Entering Student Follow Up Data Under ‘Follow Up’ from the navigation tree at the left of the screen: Select ‘Enter Information’. Click on the circle beside ‘Student’ to select it. Select the school year. Enter the document number printed on the student Follow Up form in the ‘Document #’ field. Hit the Tab to move the cursor from the Document # field. Click the Select button. The ‘Register Follow-up Information’ screen will be displayed. 5
  • 7. Information about the student is displayed in the ‘Student Information’ box of the screen. This information cannot be changed on the Follow Up screen. The middle section of the screen is company information. If the student has provided information about the company where he/she is employed, the company name, address and phone number are recorded in the ‘Company Information’ section. The student’s employment data is entered in the bottom section of the data entry screen. Select the student’s response from the ‘Employment Status’ drop-down box. If provided, enter the ‘Salary Amount ($)’. Indicate if the salary is for hourly, a week, month or year. Save the record. CHECKLIST FOR SECONDARY TEDS USERS Getting Started: □ Written down Login information? (store in a safe location) □ Updated Institution Information? Initial Data Entry: □ Entered students in the correct type of program—Preparatory or Exploratory? □ Identified students correctly as Preparatory or Exploring? □ Identified students with Disabilities? (Pulled Automatically from Infinite Campus) □ Identified students who are economically Disadvantaged? (Pulled Automatically from Infinite Campus) □ Identified students who belong to Special Populations? (Single Parent or Pregnant Female) □ Correctly entered student Attend Hours? □ Identified LEP Students? (Pulled Automatically from Infinite Campus) □ Printed Reports for your files? Six-Month Follow Up: □ Entered Follow Up information for completers and graduates for appropriate year? □ Printed Reports for your files? Year-End: □ Identified students who received Industry Certificates? □ Verified Federal Reporting (Federal Indicator)is correctly markedfor each student? (Completed in TEDS) 6
  • 8. □ Identified students who receivedGED? □ Selected appropriate Termination Status for those not returning to your school next year because the student graduated, dropped out, transferred out of district or is deceased? □ Printed Reports for your files? □Entered AFQT scores for ASVAB □Entered all Industry Certifications □Verified KOSSA data □Verified WorkKeys Certificate level 7
  • 9. Suggested Use of IC vs. TEDS Infinite Campus  Initial Data Entry  Demographic Information  Objective  Attend Hours  Credits TEDS  Federal Indicators  Termination Status  Career Readiness Data  Industry Certifications  KOSSA  ASVAB  WorkKeys  Data Verification  Dual-Credit  Follow-Up 8
  • 10. TEDS DEADLINES September Complete cleanup of previous year data in TEDS by September 30th. TEDS data will lock October 1st. Locally operated centers only Complete and correct first semester enrollment data in TEDS by November 1stto calculate LAVEC funding. November All other high schools Complete and correct first semester enrollment data in TEDS by November 15th. January Ensure all students that are going to take KOSSA are marked preparatory in TEDS by January 15th. February Enter, complete, and verify follow-up data entry in TEDS for previous year senior completers by February 28th. March June Complete and correct second semester enrollment data in TEDS by March 31st. Complete and correct end of the year data entry (semester data, termination statuses and termination dates) in TEDS by June 15th. Follow-up data locks on June 30th. Industry Certificates data pulled for College/Career Readiness Reporting on June 30th. 9