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Updated 09/16/13 rb
Maine Department of Education
Subsidizable pupil: all school level pupils who reside in a school administrative unit and who are educated at public expense at a public school or at a private school approved for tuition purposes. (20-A, MRSA, § 15672, Sub-§ 32 as amended by Public Law 2005, Chapter 2, § D-36). This also includes:
Report students who will be 4 years old on October 15 of the school year and is enrolled in a 2-year childhood education program prior to grade one. Any student enrolled in a 4 Year Old Program (4YO grade level) and is less than 4 years old or is 5 years old on October 15 (see Early Kindergarten) will not be counted for subsidy purposes.
Report students who will 5 years old by October 15 of the school year and is developmentally placed in the first year of a 2-year childhood education program prior to grade one. Any student enrolled in Early Kindergarten (EK grade level) and is less than 5 years old will not be counted or subsidy purposes.
Report only students who will be at least 5 years old on October 15 of the school year and placed in a one-year kindergarten, or the second year of a 2-year early childhood program.
ELEMENTARY/SECONDARY SPECIAL EDUCATION
Report all special education students in their regular grades, or if ungraded, chronologically by age within the regular grades. Ex: Age 5 = Kindergarten, Age 6 = Grade 1, etc.
Report all ungraded students chronologically by age within the regular grades. Ex: Age 5 = Kindergarten, Age 6 = Grade 1, etc.
HOME STUDY STUDENTS
These are students in home instruction programs that have been approved by the local school board and the Department of Education to be in compliance with 20-A M.R.S.A., Section 5001-A (3). The student's parent or guardian must have previously completed a "Letter of Intent to Home School" and submitted to both the Maine Department of Education and the resident Superintendent's office.
EQUIVALENT INSTRUCTION PUPILS
These are home study students who receive instruction through one or more on-site academic courses from a public school but are not full-time students. Equivalent instruction students may also be tuitioned to another school administrative unit or to a private school approved pursuant to chapter 219.
STATE AGENCY CLIENT/STATE WARD
This identification is used if the student is in the care or custody of the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Behavioral and Developmental Services, or the Department of Corrections
RACE: The general racial category which most clearly reflects the individual's recognition of his or her community or with which the individual most identifies. (Select one or more of the following:)
RACE/ETHNICITY DETERMINIATION: The identification method by which an individual’s race and ethnicity were identified.
High School Graduates
REGULAR DIPLOMA RECIPIENTS
These are graduates who received a regular Maine Learning Results diploma during the previous school year or subsequent summer school.
OTHER HIGH SCHOOL COMPLETERS
Individuals who received a Certificate of Attendance or a Certificate of Completion in lieu of a diploma during the previous school year or subsequent summer school and should be exited with an exit code 16. This does not include students who receive an Adult Education Diploma or GED.
COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY
A program of study at a four-year college or university.
A program at a vocational center or technical school.
OTHER CONTINUING EDUCATION
Education and training programs that do not fit into one of the other categories.
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