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    Ohanian Comment: With the launch of the Gates Foundation inBloom, we see the real reason for the Common Core: Data. Data. Data.

    2011 Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Grantee: Shared Learning Collaborative, LLC
    Amount: $87,333,334
    2012 Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Grantee: inBloom, Inc.
    Amount: $4,000,000
    You can read the horrible history of the Shared Learning Collaborative at the website of the Council of Chief State School Officers (Gates money: $71,302,833 and counting).

    But now Shared Learning Collaborative has become inBloom, Inc. On their website they say, "Our name has changed, but our vision remains the same: Making personalized learning a reality for every student."

    Personalized [sic] Learning: Another important education term is co-opted by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Read on for the massive data collection system they insist they're engaged in for the sake of "personalizing" learning. Ask yourself: Just how up-close and personal do you want vendors to be to a child you care about?
    inBloom statement: . . . While in this day and age no security protections can be 100% guaranteed, inBloom has greatly improved student data protection beyond the measures currently used by most school systems. We are meeting the highest industry standards and are exceeding federal requirements. You can learn more by visiting our privacy commitment page.

    In this day and age.

    inBloom promises to notify you if data is breached.

    And by the way:
    Districts who use inBloom in conjunction with commercial applications and services may choose to disclose certain student information to those third-party providers to power the learning applications they implement in their classrooms. Those disclosures are controlled by the school district, and third party providers are only allowed to use the selected data for the purposes for which they were contracted by the district.

    NOTE: inBloom arranges items in bulleted lists; most are compressed here for reasons of space but I left a few lists to give an inkling. Go to ENUMERATIONS for the real impact.

    by inBloom

    inBloom Technology Application Developer Documentation

    inBloom Data Store Logical Model

    Data Domains


    A designation of the type of academic distinctions earned by or awarded to the student. Like all enumerations in inBloom, AcademicHonorsType is derived from the W3C data type token. (This W3C data type statement, eliminated hereafter for space, is listed in every category in the inBloom document.)
    Honor roll, Honor society, Honorable mention, Honors program, Prize awards, Scholarships, Awarding of units of value, Citizenship award/recognition, Completion of requirement, but no units of value awarded, Attendance award, Certificate, Honor award, Letter of student commendation, Medals, National Merit scholar, Points, Promotion or advancement, Other

    The description of the content or subject area (e.g., arts, mathematics, reading, stenography, or a foreign language) of an assessment.
    English Language and Literature
    Life and Physical Sciences
    Social Sciences and History
    Social Studies
    Fine and Performing Arts
    Foreign Language and Literature
    Religious Education and Theology
    Physical, Health, and Safety Education
    Military Science
    Computer and Information Sciences
    Communication and Audio/Visual Technology
    Critical Reading
    Business and Marketing
    Health Care Sciences
    Public, Protective, and Government Service
    Hospitality and Tourism
    Architecture and Construction
    Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources
    Human Services
    Transportation, Distribution and Logistics
    Engineering and Technology

    The type of additional credits or units of value awarded for the completion of a course.
    AP, Dual credit, IB, Other, Vocational

    Home, Billing, Mailing, Other, Temporary, Work

    The environment in which the test was administered. For example: Electronic Classroom Testing Center ...

    The type of education institution as classified by its funding source. (public school, private school, other)

    The category of an assessment based on format and content. For example: Achievement test Advanced placement test Alternate assessment/grade-level standards Attitudinal test Cognitive and perceptual skills test ...
    Achievement test
    Advanced Placement
    International Baccalaureate
    Aptitude test
    Attitudinal test
    Benchmark test
    Class test
    class quiz
    College entrance exam
    Cognitive and perceptual skills test
    Developmental observation
    English proficiency screening test
    Foreign language proficiency test
    Interest inventory
    Manual dexterity test
    Mental ability (intelligence) test
    Performance assessment
    Personality test
    Portfolio assessment
    Psychological test
    Psychomotor test
    Reading readiness test
    State summative assessment 3-8 general
    State high school subject assessment
    State high school course assessment
    State alternative assessment/grade-level standards
    State alternative assessment/modified standards
    State alternate assessment/ELL
    State English proficiency test

    A coding scheme that is used for identification and record-keeping purposes by schools, social services, or other agencies to refer to an assessment. (School, District, State, Federal, Other Federal, Test Contrctor, Other)

    The analyzed result of a student's response to an assessment item.. For example: Correct, Incorrect, Met standard ...

    The method that the instructor of the class uses to report the performance and achievement of all students. It may be a qualitative method such as individualized teacher comments or a quantitative method such as a letter or a numerical grade. In some cases, more than one type of reporting method may be used.
    Achievement/proficiency level
    ACT score
    Adaptive scale score
    Age score
    C-scaled scores
    College Board examination scores
    Composite Score
    Composite Rating
    Composition Score
    Grade equivalent or grade-level indicator
    Grade equivalent or grade-level indicator
    Graduation score
    International Baccalaureate score
    Letter grade/mark
    Mastery level
    Normal curve equivalent
    Normalized standard score
    Number score
    Percentile rank
    Proficiency level
    Promotion score
    Ratio IQ's
    Raw score
    Scale score
    Standard age score
    Standard error measurement
    Stanine score
    Sten score
    Vertical score
    Workplace readiness score
    Not applicable
    Quantile Measure
    Lexile Measure
    Vertical Scale Score
    National College-Bound Percentile
    State College-Bound Percentile

    A code categorizing the attendance event (e.g., In Attendance, Excused Absence, Unexcused Absence, Tardy, Early Departure)

    A code describing the type of the attendance event (e.g., daily attendance, section attendance, program attendance, extracurricular attendance.)

    Enumeration items defining the categories of behavior coded for use in describing an incident.
    State Law Crime
    State Offense
    School Violation
    School Code of Conduct

    The type of scheduled or unscheduled event for the day. For example: Instructional day Teacher only day Holiday Make-up day Weather day Student late arrival/early dismissal ...
    Instructional day
    Teacher only day
    Make-up day
    Weather day
    Student late arrival/early dismissal
    Emergency day

    The career cluster or pathway representing the career path of the Vocational/Career Tech concentrator.
    Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
    Architecture and Construction
    Arts, A/V Technology and Communications
    Business, Management and Administration
    Education and Training
    Government and Public Administration
    Health Science
    Hospitality and Tourism
    Human Services
    Information Technology
    Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security
    Marketing, Sales and Service
    Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
    Transportation, Distribution and Logistics

    The category of charter school. For example: School Charter, Open Enrollment Charter, Not a Charter.

    The type of position the staff member holds in the specific class/section: Teacher of Record, Assistant Teacher, Support Teacher,Substitute Teacher

    The scope of cohort (e.g., District, School, Classroom, Teacher, Principal, Counselor, Statewide )

    The type of the cohort (e.g., academic intervention, classroom breakout, etc.)

    Academic Intervention
    Attendance Intervention
    Discipline Intervention
    Classroom Pullout
    Extracurricular Activity
    Field Trip
    Principal Watch List
    Counselor List
    In-school Suspension
    Study Hall

    The enumeration items for the set of cohort years. (Second grade through Twelfth grade in bulleted list)
    An indication as to whether an assessment conforms to a standard. For example: Local standard Statewide standard Regional standard Association standard School standard ...
    National Standard, State Standard, College Entrance Standard, LEA Standard, Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills, SAT, PSAT, ACT, Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate

    The names of countries. (Note: A list of countries and codes is currently maintained and updated by the ISO as ISO 3166 on its website (inBloom lists countries--from AF to ZW)

    The result from the student's attempt to take the course, for example: Pass Fail Incomplete Withdrawn

    A system that is used to identify the organization of subject matter and related learning experiences provided for the instruction of students. In addition to identifying courses using the appropriate state codes, it is encouraged that courses are also cross referenced against one of the national course codes.
    CSSC course code, Intermediate agency course code, LEA course code, NCES Pilot SNCCS course code, Other, SCED course code, School course code, State course code,University course code

    Specifies whether the course was defined by the SEA, LEA, School, or National Organization.

    An indicator of whether or not this course being described is included in the computation of the student's Grade Point Average, and if so, if it weighted differently from regular courses. (Applicable, Not Applicable, Weighted)


    The item for indication of the nature and difficulty of instruction: remedial, basic, honors, Ap, IB, Dual Credit, CTE. etc.
    Advanced Placement
    Core Subject
    Distance Learning
    Dual Credit
    Graduation Credit
    IB Course
    Students with disabilities
    Gifted and Talented
    College level
    English Language Learner
    Accepted as high school equivalent

    The secondary course's level of rigor.
    Basic or remedial
    Enriched or advanced
    General or regular

    Indicates that an academic course has been repeated by a student and how that repeat is to be computed in the student's academic grade average.
    RepeatCounted, RepeatNotCounted, ReplacementCounted, ReplacedNotCounted, RepeatOtherInstitution, NotCountedOther

    An indication of the category of credential an individual holds. (Certification, Endorsement, Licensure, Other, Registration)

    The type of credits or units of value awarded for the completion of a course.
    Carnegie unit
    Semester hour credit
    Trimester hour credit
    Quarter hour credit
    Nine month year hour credit
    Twelve month year hour credit

    The level of diploma/credential that is awarded to a student in recognition of his/her completion of the curricular requirements.
    Minimum, Recommended, Distinguished, Cum laude, Magna cum laude, Summa cum laude

    The type of diploma/credential that is awarded to a student in recognition of his/her completion of the curricular requirements...

    Regular diploma
    Endorsed/advanced diploma
    Regents diploma
    International Baccalaureate
    Modified diploma
    Other diploma
    Alternative credential
    Certificate of attendance
    Certificate of completion
    High school equivalency credential, other than GED
    General Educational Development (GED) credential
    Post graduate certificate (grade 13)
    Vocational certificate

    A disability condition that describes a child's impairment.
    Developmental Delay
    Emotional Disturbance
    Hearing/Auditory Impairment
    Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities
    Mental Retardation
    Multiple Disabilities
    Orthopedic Impairment
    Other Health Impairment
    Speech or Language Impairment
    Specific Learning Disability
    Traumatic Brain Delay
    Visual Impairment

    Indicates the reason for the difference, if any, between the official and actual lengths of a student's disciplinary assignment.
    No Difference
    Term Modified By District
    Term Modified By Court Order
    Term Modified By Mutual Agreement
    Student Completed Term Requirements Sooner Than Expected
    Student Incarcerated
    Term Decreased Due To Extenuating Health-Related Circumstances
    Student Withdrew From School
    School Year Ended
    Continuation Of Previous Year's Disciplinary Action Assignment
    Term Modified By Placement Program Due To Student Behavior While In The Placement

    The setting in which a child receives education and related services.
    Hospital class
    In-school suspension
    Mainstream (Special Education)
    Off-school center
    Pull-out class
    Resource room
    Self-contained (Special Education)

    The type of education plan(s) the student is following, if appropriate.
    504 Plan
    Career Pathways
    Career Suggestions
    Completion and Reach Age 22
    Full Time Employment
    Employability Skills
    High School Education Plan
    Outside Service Access
    Personal Graduation Plan
    Student Success Plan

    The classification of the education agency within the geographic boundaries of a state according to the level of administrative and operational control granted by the state. (State Education Agency, Education Service Center, Local Education Agency, School)

    A coding scheme that is used for identification and record-keeping purposes by education organizations, social services, or other agencies to refer to an education organization.
    School, ACT, LEA, NCES, Federal, DUNS, Other Federal, Other

    The type of email listed for an individual or organization. (Home/personal, Organization, Other, Work)

    Reflects the type of employment or contract.

    Tenured or permanent
    Volunteer/no contract
    Employed or affiliated with outside organization
    Contingent upon funding
    Self-employed part-time
    Employed or affiliated with outside agency part-time

    The process by which a student enters a school during a given academic session.
    Transfer from a public school in the same local education agency
    Transfer from a public school in a different local education agency in the same state
    Transfer from a public school in a different state
    Transfer from a private, non-religiously-affiliated school in the same local education agency
    Transfer from a private, non-religiously-affiliated school in a different local education agency in the same state
    Transfer from a private, non-religiously-affiliated school in a different state
    Transfer from a private, religiously-affiliated school in the same local education agency
    Transfer from a private, religiously-affiliated school in a different local education agency in the same state
    Transfer from a private, religiously-affiliated school in a different state
    Transfer from a school outside of the country
    Transfer from an institution
    Transfer from a charter school
    Transfer from home schooling
    Re-entry from the same school with no interruption of schooling
    Re-entry after a voluntary withdrawal
    Re-entry after an involuntary withdrawal
    Original entry into a United States school
    Original entry into a United States school from a foreign country with no interruption in schooling
    Original entry into a United States school from a foreign country with an interruption in schooling
    Next year school

    Type of environment a user account could access: Production, Sandbox

    The circumstances under which the student exited from membership in an educational institution.
    Student is in a different public school in the same local education agency
    Transferred to a public school in a different local education agency in the same state
    Transferred to a public school in a different state
    Transferred to a private, non-religiously-affiliated school in the same local education agency
    Transferred to a private, non-religiously-affiliated school in a different local education agency in the same state
    Transferred to a private, non-religiously-affiliated school in a different state
    Transferred to a private, religiously-affiliated school in the same local education agency
    Transferred to a private, religiously-affiliated school in a different local education agency in the same state
    Transferred to a private, religiously-affiliated school in a different state
    Transferred to a school outside of the country
    Transferred to an institution
    Transferred to home schooling
    Transferred to a charter school
    Graduated with regular, advanced, International Baccalaureate, or other type of diploma<
    Completed school with other credentials
    Died or is permanently incapacitated
    Withdrawn due to illness
    Expelled or involuntarily withdrawn
    Reached maximum age for services
    Discontinued schooling
    Completed grade 12, but did not meet all graduation requirements
    Enrolled in a postsecondary early admission program, eligible to return
    Not enrolled, unknown status
    Student is in the same local education agency and receiving education services, but is not assigned to a particular school
    Enrolled in an adult education or training program
    Completed a state-recognized vocational education program
    Not enrolled, eligible to return
    Enrolled in a foreign exchange program, eligible to return
    Withdrawn from school, under the age for compulsory attendance; eligible to return
    Student is in a charter school managed by the same local education agency
    Completed with a state-recognized equivalency certificate
    Removed by Child Protective Services
    Transferred to a private school in the state
    Graduated outside of state prior to enrollment
    Completed equivalency certificate outside of state
    Enrolled in University High School Diploma Program
    Court ordered to a GED program, has not earned a GED
    Incarcerated in a state jail or federal penitentiary as an adult
    Graduated from another state under Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children
    End of school year
    Invalid enrollment
    No show

    An appendage, if any, used to denote an individual's generation in his family (e.g., Jr., Sr., III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII).

    Weighted, Unweighted

    Adult Ed through Infant/Toddler

    (Mid-Term Grade, Progress Report,Semester)

    The name of the period for which grades are reported.
    First Six Weeks, Second Six Weeks, Third Six Weeks, Fourth Six Weeks, Fifth Six Weeks,
    Sixth Six Weeks, First Semester, Second Semester, First Summer Session, Second Summer Session, Third Summer Session,Summer Semester,
    First Nine Weeks, Second Nine Weeks,Third Nine Weeks, Fourth Nine Weeks, First Trimester, Second Trimester,Third Trimester, End of Year

    Career and Technical Education, Distinguished,Minimum,Recommended, Standard

    Not Applicable To This Student
    Individuals With Disabilities Education Act

    Identifies where the incident occurred and whether or not it occurred on school.
    On School
    Administrative offices area
    Cafeteria area
    Hallway or stairs
    Locker room or gym areas
    Library/media center
    Computer lab
    On-School other inside area
    Athletic field or playground
    Parking lot
    On-School other outside area
    Off School
    Bus stop
    School bus
    Walking to or from school
    Off-School at other school
    Off-School at other school district facility

    InstitutionTelephoneNumberType The type of communication number listed for an organization. (Main, Administrative,HealthClinic, Attendance, Other, Fax)

    Category or type of the assessment item.
    List Question
    Math Matrix
    Multiple Choice

    The item(s) denoting language(s) spoken or written. (languages listed--from Afikaans to Yoruba)


    A code describing the type of the leave event.
    Vacation, Jury, Training, Flex Time, Work Compensation, Administrative, Annual leave, Bereavement, Compensatory leave time, Family and medical leave, Government-requested, Military leave,Personal, Release time, Sabbatical leave, Sick leave, Suspension, Other

    The enumeration of the different levels of education achievable. (No Degree,Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorate)

    LevelType The grade level(s) certified for teaching. LimitedEnglishProficiencyType
    NotLimited, Limited, Limited Monitored 1, Limited Monitored 2

    The item(s) denoting the linguistic accommodations used with the student for the test. For example: Bilingual dictionary English dictonary Reading Aloud -- Word or Phrase Reading Aloud -- Entire Test Item Oral Translation -- Word or phrase Clarification -- Word or phrase

    A school that has been designed: 1) to attract students of different racial/ethnic backgrounds for the purpose of reducing, preventing, or eliminating racial isolation; and/or 2)to provide an academic or social focus on a particular theme (e.g., science/math, performing arts, gifted/talented, or foreign language).


    The media through which teachers provide instruction to students and students and teachers communicate about instructional matters.

    Televised,Telepresence/video conference, Videotaped/prerecorded video, Other technology-based instruction,Technology-based instruction in classroom, Correspondence instruction, Face-to-face instruction, Virtual/On-line Distance learning,Center-based instruction, Independent study, Internship,Other

    The method the credits were earned, for example: Classroom, Examination, Transfer

    Previous definition of Ethnicity combining Hispanic/Latino and Race.
    American Indian Or Alaskan Native, Asian Or Pacific Islander, Black, Not Of Hispanic Origin, Hispanic,White, Not Of Hispanic Origin

    The current operational status of the education organization (e.g., active, inactive).

    The types of alternate names for a person: Alias, Nickname, Other Name, Previous Legal Name

    Defines standard levels of competency or performance that can be used for dashboard visualizations: advanced, proficient, basic, below basic, well below basic.

    The evidence presented to verify one's personal identity; for example: drivers license, passport, birth certificate, entry in family Bible, etc.

    Personal Prefix Type
    A prefix used to denote the title, degree, position or seniority of the person. (Col,Dr, Mr, Mrs, Ms, Sister, etc.) PopulationServedType
    The type of students the course was designed for.
    (Regular Students, Bilingual Students, Compensatory/Remedial Education Students,Gifted and Talented Students, Career and Technical Education Students, Special Education Students, ESL Students, Adult Basic Education Students, Honors Students, Migrant Students)

    A code describing the type of postsecondary event (e.g., college application or acceptance, FAFSA Application,Vocation Certification)

    Ultimate and intermediate providers of funds for a particular educational or service program or activity or for an individual's participation in the program or activity; e.g., Federal, State, ESC, District, School, Private Org, etc.

    The formal name of the program of instruction, training, services or benefits available through federal, state, or local agencies.
    Adult/Continuing Education,Alternative Education, Athletics,Bilingual,Bilingual Summer,Career and Technical Education,Cocurricular Programs,College Preparatory,Community Service Program,Community/Junior College Education Program,Compensatory Services for Disadvantaged Students,Counseling Services,District-Funded GED, English as a Second Language (ESL),Even Start, Expelled Education,Extended Day/Child Care Services,Gifted and Talented,Head Start,Health Services Program,High School Equivalency Program (HSEP),IDEA,Immigrant Education,Independent Study, Indian Education,International Baccalaureate, Library/Media Services Program,Magnet/Special Program Emphasis,Migrant Education,Neglected and Delinquent Program,Optional Flexible School Day Program (OFSDP),Other,Regular Education,Remedial Education,Section 504 Placement,Service Learning, Special Education,Student Retention/Dropout Prevention,Substance Abuse Education/Prevention, Teacher Professional Development/Mentoring, Technical Preparatory,Title I Part A,Vocational Education

    The enumeration items defining the racial categories which most clearly reflects the individual's recognition of his or her community or with which the individual most identifies.

    The reason the child left the program within a school or district. Like all enumerations in inBloom, ReasonExitedType is derived from the W3C data type token.
    Transfer to regular education, Received a certificate,Reached maximum age,Died, Died or is permanently incapacitated, Discontinued schooling, Graduated with a high school diploma, Received certificate of completion, modified diploma, or finished IEP requirements,Program completion, Reached maximum age,No longer receiving special education, Refused services, Transferred to another district or school, known to be continuing in program/service, Transferred to another district or school, not known to be continuing in program/service, Transferred to another district or school, known not to be continuing in program/service, Suspended from school, Discontinued schooling, special education only, Discontinued schooling, not special education, Expulsion, Program discontinued, Completion of IFSP prior to reaching maximum age for Part C, Eligible for IDEA, Part B, Not eligible for Part B, exit with referrals to other programs, Part B eligibility not determined, Moved out of state, Withdrawal by a parent (or guardian, Unknown reason, Not eligible for Part B, exit with no referrals, Attempts to contact the parent and/or child were unsuccessful, Other

    The primary reason student is not tested. For example: Absent, Refusal by parent, Refusal by student. Medical waiver, Illness, Disruptive behavior LEP Exempt. . .

    The nature of recognition given to the student for accomplishments in a co-curricular, or extra-curricular activity. (Athletic award, citizen ship awards, etc.)


    The nature of an individual's relationship to a student.

    Adopted daughter
    Adopted son
    Adoptive parents
    Agency representative
    Brother, half
    Brother, natural/adoptive
    Brother, step
    Case Worker, CPS
    Court appointed guardian
    Emergency Contact
    Family member
    Father's significant other
    Father, foster
    Father, step
    Former husband
    Former wife
    Foster daughter
    Foster parent
    Foster son
    Great Grandparent
    Great aunt
    Great uncle
    Life partner
    Life partner of parent
    Minister or priest
    Mother's significant other
    Mother, foster
    Mother, step
    Partner of parent
    Probation officer
    Sister, half
    Sister, natural/adoptive
    Sister, step

    An indication as to whether a student has previously taken a given course. Repeated, counted in grade point average; Repeated, not counted in grade point averag; Not repeated; Other

    Information on the type of individual who reported the incident.


    Indicator of the response. For example: Nonscorable response, Ineffective response, Effective response, Partial response

    The items of categorization of the circumstances or reason for the restraint: Imminent Serious Physical Harm To Themselves, Imminent Serious Physical Harm To Others, Imminent Serious Property Destruction

    Indicator if the test was retaken. For example: Primary administration First retest Second retest ...

    The category of school. For example: High School, Middle School, Elementary School, Infant/toddler School. . .

    An indication of a student's level of eligibility for breakfast, lunch, snack, supper, and milk programs.
    (Free, Full price,Reduced price,Unknown)

    The type of education institution as classified by its primary focus. (Infant/toddler School, Preschool/early childhood, Primary School . . .)

    Identifier for a school year(from 1996-1997 to 2029-2030)

    Enumeration items for Section 504 disabilities.

    Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Medical Condition, Motor Impairment,Sensory Impairment, Other

    Reason for terminating the employment; for example: Employment in education, Employment outside of education, Retirement, Family/personal relocation, Change of assignment, Formal study or research, Illness/disability, Homemaking/caring for a family member, Layoff due to budgetary reduction, Layoff due to organizational restructuring,Layoff due to decreased workload, Discharge due to unsuitability, Discharge due to misconduct, Discharge due to continued absence or tardiness, Discharge due to a falsified application form, Discharge due to credential revoked or suspended, Discharge due to unsatisfactory work performance, Death, Personal reason, Lay off due to lack of funding, Lost credential, Unknown,Other

    Type of employment separation; for example: Voluntary separation, Involuntary separation, Mutual agreement. Other, etc.

    A person's gender. (Female, Male)

    The item(s) to specifiy the special variation used in how an examination is presented, how it is administered, or how the test taker is allowed to respond. For example: For example: Braille Enlarged monitor view Extra time Large Print Setting Oral Administration ... Presentation, Response, Setting,Timing and Scheduling, Large Print, Dyslexia Bundled, Oral Administration, Adjustable swivel arm, Adjustable table height, Braille, Enlarged monitor view, Extra time, Large print booklet, Multi-day administration, Recorder or amanuensis, Separate room, Signer/sign language interpreter, Special furniture, Special lighting, Track ball, Untimed, Enlarged keyboard, Additional example items/tasks, Administration in several sessions, Answers written directly in test booklet, Assessment in native language, Arithmetic table (math or science), Assistive device that does not interfere with independent work of the student, Assistive device that does interfere with independent work of the student, Audiotape or CD, Audio cassette player, Braille writer, no thesaurus, spell- or grammar-checker, Breaks during testing, Calculator (math or science), Clarify directions, Colored lenses, Computer administration, Cranmer abacus, Cueing, Dictionary in English, Dictionary in native language, Dictated oral repsonse (to a proctor), Directions read aloud or explained, Examiner familiarity, Font enlarged beyond print version requirements, Foreign language interpreter, Foreign language interpreter for instructions, ask questions, Format, Hospital/home testing, Linguistic modification of test directions, Magnification device, Manually coded English or American Sign Language to present test questions, Math manipulatives (math or science), Modification of linguistic complexity, Multiple test sessions, Oral directions in the native language, Paraphrasing, Physical supports, Response dictated in American Sign Language, Response in native language, Scheduled extended time, Separate room with other English Learners under supervision of district employee, Signer/sign language for instructions, ask questions, Simplified language, Small-group or individual administration, Speech recognition system, Spell-checker, Specialized setting, Student read aloud, Student-requested extended time, Supervised test breaks, Technological aid, Test administrator marked / wrote test at student's direction, Test adminstrator read questions aloud, Test administered at best time of day for student handwriting issues, Text changes in vocabulary, Translation dictionary, Verbalized problem-solving, Video cassette, Visual cues, Word processor, Word processor / typewriter / computer with thesaurus / spell-checker / grammar-checker turned off, Word processor / typewriter / computer with thesaurus/ spell-checker/ grammar-checker enabled on essay response portion of test, Unknown, Other

    An individual's title of employment, official status or rank.

    Art Therapist
    Athletic Trainer
    Assistant Principal
    Assistant Superintendent
    Certified Interpreter
    High School Counselor
    Instructional Coordinator
    Instructional Aide
    Librarians/Media Specialists
    LEA Administrator
    LEA Specialist
    LEA System Administrator
    LEA Administrative Support Staff
    Physical Therapist
    School Nurse
    School Administrator
    School Administrative Support Staff
    Student Support Services Staff
    School Leader
    School Specialist
    Substitute Teacher

    A coding scheme that is used for identification and record-keeping purposes by schools, social services, or other agencies to refer to a staff member.
    Drivers License, Health Record, Medicaid, Professional Certificate, School, District, State, Federal, Other Federal, Selective Service, US Visam PIN, Other

    The abbreviation for the state (within the United States) or outlying area in which an address is located.

    Enumeration items for the important characteristics of the student's home situation: Displaced Homemaker, Homeless, Immigrant, Migratory, Military Parent, Pregnant Teen, Single Parent, Unaccompanied Youth. . .

    Displaced Homemaker
    Foster Care
    Parent in Military
    Single Parent
    Unaccompanied Youth
    Unschooled Asylee
    Unschooled Refugee


    Definition: A coding scheme that is used for identification and record-keeping purposes by schools, social services, or other agencies to refer to a student.


    The role or type of participation of a student in a discipline incident; for example: Victim, Perpetrator, Witness, Reporter


    An indication of the pre-determined criteria for granting the teaching credential that an individual holds.

    4-year bachelor's degree,5-year bachelor's degree,Master's degree, Doctoral degree, Met state testing requirement, Special/alternative program completion, Relevant experience, Credentials based on reciprocation with another state


    An indication of the category of a legal document giving authorization to perform teaching assignment services.

    Emergency, Emergency Certified, Emergency Non-Certified, Emergency Teaching, Intern, Master, Nonrenewable, One Year, Other, Paraprofessional, Professional, Probationary
    Provisional, Regular, Retired, Specialist, Substitute, TeacherAssistant, Temporary, Special Assignment, Standard, Standard Professional,Temporary Classroom, Temporary Exemption, Unknown, Unknown Permit, Vocational,
    Standard Paraprofessional, Probationary Extension,Probationary Second Extension, Visiting International Teacher, District Local

    Four categories redacted for space:TelephoneNumberType; TermType; TitleIPartAParticipantType; TitleIPartASchoolDesignationType

    The enumeration items for the types of weapon used during an incident.
    Illegal Knife
    Non-Illegal Knife
    Other Sharp Objects
    Other Object
    Substance Used as Weapon Unknown

    — staff
    May 19, 2013

    Index of Data Command Force

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