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CPI / PSC From Data Collection to Hi. Q
Agenda v CPI – Certified Employees v The CPI/PSC “Connections” v Mandates v Data Checks v PSC Data Definitions v From CPI to PSC v Charter Waivers v HB 280 v HB 455/923
Reporting Employees in CPI q Major Categories of Employees: q Classified q Certified CPI Data Element Glossary: ASSIGNMENT TYPE CODE identifies whether each assignment is certified (C) or classified (N). ASSIGNMENT TYPE CODE is reported in CPI RECORD TYPE = "C 01"; for all active Certified and Classified personnel.
Traditional Definition of “Certified” q Instructional Staff q Administrator Positions q Instructional Support Staff q Authorized by Ga. PSC
WHO IS REPORTED AS CERTIFIED IN CPI? CPI Job Code Table… Job Code Title Cert. Required Report Cert on CPI 435 Para. Pro N Y 114 Grade 9 Y Y School Nurse N N Teacher 410 n 3/19/2018 Description Function Object Certification Exemptions: ¨ Some Charter Schools and Residential Treatment Facilities ¨ Third-Party Contract Employees 5
Certified Employees Data reported for certified employees affect • T&E (Training & Experience Funding) • Math/Science Incentive Funding • Hi. Q (Highly Qualified Teachers) • FY 2013 - Leadership
Data for Two Departments T&E Funding Hi. Q Georgia Department of Education Georgia Professional Standards Commission
160 -5 -2 -. 04 STATE SALARIES AND SUPPLEMENTS (2) REQUIREMENTS. Local units of administration (LUAs) shall pay to full- and part-time certified professional employees the salary prescribed by the state schedule of minimum salaries adopted annually by the Georgia Board of Education. 1. LUAs shall pay certified personnel based on the validity date of the individual's certificate within the contract year. 2. Personnel holding at least one valid professional certificate in any field shall be paid the professional salary at the certificate level held, regardless of the field of assignment , provided that a valid certificate is held in the field of assignment. Certificate validity, type and level are defined by the Professional Standards Commission. .
Certification and Minimum Salary 160 -5 -2 -. 05 EXPERIENCE FOR SALARY PURPOSES. (1) Purpose. The minimum state salary of certified educators in Georgia is determined by the number of years of creditable experience earned and the highest level and type (provisional or professional) certificate held. Creditable years of experience represent the experience approved by the State Board of Education for advancement on the state salary schedule.
ASSIGNMENT CERTIFICATE TYPE …the type (B, T, DT, etc. ) of certificate for the assignment. See Certificate Type Code Table for a list of ASSIGNMENT CERTIFICATE TYPES currently in use. ASSIGNMENT CERTIFICATE TYPE is reported in CPI RECORD TYPE = „C’; for all active Certified personnel. The ASSIGNMENT CERTIFICATE TYPE must match the information on file at the Professional Standards Commission (PSC). Source: CPI Data Glossary
PSC Code Validity Checks in CPI Certificate Type Certificate Level Certificate Field Certification information is checked against cert data from PSC. 8/22/2010 6: 05: 45 PM 11
CPI Checks Against PSC Data E 639 CERTIFICATE FIELD E 641 CERTIFICATE LEVEL CERTIFICATE FIELD "Expiration Date" in PSC Database has passed. CERTIFICATE LEVEL does not match PSC. Enter the most recent active CERTIFICATE LEVEL issued by PSC. E 645 SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER, SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER does not exist in PSC Database for ASSIGNMENT TYPE this employee. CODE E 691 Assignment Certificate Type does not match PSC data. If employee's ASSIGNMENT paperwork requesting new or renewal certificate has been sent to PSC CERTIFICATE TYPE but certificate has not yet been issued, enter '998' for pending certificate. E 698 ASSIGNMENT FIELD CODE is either not in code table or does not ASSIGNMENT match PSC data for employee. If employee's paperwork requesting CERTIFICATE FIELD new or renewal certificate has been sent to PSC but certificate has not yet CODE been issued, enter '998' for pending certificate.
What is the Certificate Level? The level of certification recognizes the commission’s determined equivalent of an individual’s level of education. The assignment of a certification level is contingent upon: a valid certificate field being held; the degree being from a regionally accredited institution; and the degree and/or major meeting rules on acceptable credit and degrees. In some cases, the commission’s determined equivalent certification level may be equal to or less than an individual’s highest degree level. (For example: degrees with "doctoral" or "doctorate" in the degree title may result in a certification level of four, five, six, or seven. – See PSC Rule 505 -2 -. 002. )
Generally Recognized Certification Levels • Level One (Vocational) - completion of a high school diploma or GED • Level Two (Vocational) - a minimum of an associate’s degree • Level Four - a minimum of a bachelor’s degree • Level Five - a minimum of a master’s degree • Level Six - a minimum of an education specialist’s degree; or completion of an all-but-dissertation (ABD) program • Level Seven - a minimum of a Ph. D. or Ed. D. degree
What is the Certificate Type Code? Certificates are organized by type according to the school personnel function. Certificate types include Teaching, Service, and Leadership; the type of certificate dictates in what capacity the educator may serve. TYPES (9) Teaching (T) Service (S) Leadership (L) Paraprofessional (PARA) Non-instructional Aide (AIDE) Technical Specialist (TS) Permit (P) Support Personnel License (SP) Adjunct License (J)
What is the Certificate Field Code? q Identifies the content area Examples: q Early Childhood Education q Math q English q Identifies grade level Examples: q Elementary (P-5) q. Middle Grades (4 -8) q Secondary (6 -12)
Transfer of Data Local HR Data CPI Signed Off Data PSC Hi. Q Assessment
What does PSC Receive? • All data reported in CPI cycle 1 • Demographics • Certification Information • Assignment Information
Data Used for Hi. Q • System Code • School Code • SSN • Subject Matter Code • Job Code • Percent of Time • Certified Employment Basis
Conversion Issues in Hi. Q 2 Ambiguous or inaccurate data reported in CPI will necessitate corrections during Hi. Q 2 reporting. q Job Code q §Teacher-of-record or not teacher-of-record §Grade level of instruction q Subject Code §Content § Modality
Charter Waivers Charter schools can have state certification requirements waived q All teachers of core content areas must meet federal NCLB requirements q Refer to Title IIA for guidance q
Charter Waivers in CPI Ga. DOE codes for charter waivers to allow non-PSC data in CPI: New Ga. DOE “substitute” Certificate. Type Code for CHARTER CHW =Ga. DOE Charter School Waiver To be combined with: New Ga. DOE “substitute” Certificate Field Codes for CHARTER WAIVER • • 101 = Academic Major (Grades 6 -12) - Ga. DOE Charter School Waiver only 102 = Course work (minimum of 21 semester hours)* - Ga. DOE Charter School Waiver only 103 = GACE - Ga. DOE Charter School Waiver only 104 = HOUSSE - Ga. DOE Charter School Waiver only Combinations of these codes will only be allowed for charter schools that have waivers.
Charter Waivers in Hi. Q q New Ga. DOE/CPI Field and Type codes will transfer to the Hi. Q 2 system q These codes will only be available for teachers in charter schools with state certification waivers. q A list of approved charters is provided by the Ga. DOE Charter Division q Signing off on the Hi. Q 2 system is the charter’s assurance that NCLB requirements of subject matter competency are met.
Impact of HB 280 • Math and Science Teacher Funding Incentives Grades 6 -12 Certifications Grades K-5 Endorsements • CPI Eligibility Reports during the CPI October cycle • Funding allocation reports from Finance Division
Impact of HB 280 20 -2 -212. 5 Report to identify teachers to be submitted to Budget as eligible for possible incentive funding separate from T&E q Grades 6 -12 - Certified in Math and/or Science by PSC § § § First-time increase to Salary Step for 6 years experience (Step 4) Annual 1 Step increases each year up to 5 th year Beyond 5 th year, based on OSA student achievement criteria § Reverts back to actual years if criteria not met. q K-5 – PSC Endorsements in Math and/or Science • • possible incentives if funded (General Assembly appropriations) Stipend of $1000 per endorsement each year up to 5 years. *** Both dependent on funding ***
Impact of HB 455/923 “Performance-Based Leadership” Definition of Leadership Certification q Certification Type with “L” in the code q FY 2013 starts the regulating of Certification Level for T&E based on working in leadership position q Requirements will be progressively implemented over the next three years for masters, education specialist, and doctoral degrees. q Leadership certification is not teacher certification. Without teacher certification, employee must be reported as “classified”, not “certified”.
PSC Lookup of Eligible for Leadership
Impact of HB 455/HB 923 Excerpt from Ga Code 20 -2 -212 “…an educator's placement on the salary schedule shall not be based on a leadership degree…in conjunction with completion of an educator leadership preparation program approved by the Professional Standards Commission, unless the educator is employed in a leadership position as defined by the State Board of Education…” Ø THIS YEAR: CPI Report will allow districts to identify employees reported with leadership certification for non-leadership Job Codes, but FY 2013 edits will trigger errors Ø Leadership Certificates – FY 2012, and prior, are “grandfathered”
PSC Ethics Guidelines Reporting of accurate data is important! 505 -6 -. 01 THE CODE OF ETHICS FOR EDUCATORS
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