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What data is shared from SEEDS?

Below is the list of data which will be sent via SEEDS and where it can be located.

  • WISEid = Student Detail View>Student Details>WISEid
  • sSEPA Begin Date - Special education data from public schools is sent to WISEdata as a separate record, the Student Special Education Program Association (sSEPA), with dates that determine which record covers a specific period of time. For most students the begin date will be the first day of the school year the student receives spec ed services - This date will be collected from the district. If the student starts mid-year it will be the date the student enrolls in the school. A new sSEPA Begin Date will be created if the previous SEPA ends and the student is continuing in special education. One reason a new sSEPA is created is because of the Student Detail View>Evaluation Details tab>IEP/Service Plan Implementation date has been updated because of a meeting. Another reason a sSEPA record would have a new begin date is that a 5-year-old's education environment code updated because the student turned 6 years old.
  • sSEPA End Date - Special education data from public schools is sent to WISEdata as a separate record, the Student Special Education Program Association (sSEPA), with dates that determine which record covers a specific period of time. When the data which has been sent to WISEdata is updated, an end date will be added to the first sSEPA record and a new sSEPA records will be created. A sSEPA end date will be sent if IEP/ISP is revoked or student is no longer eligible or exited = Student Detail View>Evaluation Details>Special Ed Dismiss Date OR  Student Detail View>District Details>Exit District Date. SEPA dates must never overlap.
  • IEP Implementation Date - The effective date of the most recent IEP = Student Detail View>Evaluation Details>IEP/Service Plan Implementation
  • IEP End Date - The end date of the most recent IEP= Student Detail View>Evaluation Details>IEP/Service Plan End
  • IDEA Eligibility - Boolean (i.e. True/False), identifying if a student is IDEA eligible = The below fields which make a student special ed active in SEEDS:
    1. Student Detail View>Evaluation Details tab>Primary Disability must exist
    2. Student Detail View>Evaluation Details tab>Does Child Have an Impairment = Yes
    3. Student Detail View>Evaluation Details tab>Does Child Need Special Ed = Yes
    4. No date of the following on the Student Detail View>Evaluation Details tab
      • Consent Denied
      • Placement Consent Revoked
      • Special Ed Dismiss Date
      • Refusal to Place
    5. No District Exit Date on the Student Detail View>District Details tab
  • Last Eval Date - Student Detail View>Evaluation Details tab>Evaluation Meeting Date​​
  • FAPE School​ - Student Detail View>District Details tab>FAPE School​
  • Special Education Setting - Student Detail View>Evaluation Details tab>Education Environment
  • WI DPI Student Special Education Program Association Disabilities – Student Detail View>Evaluation Details tab>Primary Impairment and Secondary Impairments
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