7/20/2015 - A notice has been issued regarding 2014-2015 Staff: Salary, Position & Demographic Reports.
*** Notice regarding 2014-2015 Staff: Salary, Position & Demographic Reports ***
All of the 2014 - 2015 School Staff: Salary, Position & Demographic Reports will be ready by December 2015. DPI implemented a new staff reporting system in 2014-15. The system closed for data reporting later than previous years. There is typically a three to four month lag between the system closing and the data being released for reporting. For this year, that means a December release date. The system will open again in the fall of 2015 with reporting resuming in the summer of 2016, as has been normal practice in the past.
As with any new data system implementation, we anticipate data quality issues in the first year. Data reporting for 2014-15 will carry a cautionary statement as a result.
This site provides districts with information and changes regarding the PI-1202 Fall Staff Report application. Members who will be interested in this site include district IT staff, software vendors, business manager/department, human resource director/department, staff responsible for completing the PI-1202, and district administrators.
WISEStaff Application available Statewide
Fall Staff Data Collection Opened April 6th, 2015
The proposed 2014-2015 timeline for districts to report is as follows: All Dates are Tentative.
Updated last on 12/11/2014 also see: WISEid and WISEstaff implementation plan
|The WISEstaff (PI-1202) application will require a WAMS ID to log in. Letters containing passwords will no longer be sent to District Administrators.|
First test of WISEid - No action is required. Please see the following link for a more detailed implementation plan.
The WISEstaff (PI-1202) is scheduled to open.
The WISEstaff (PI-1202) reporting deadline. Note: The closing of the WISEstaff (PI-1202) report will be seven weeks after collection opens.
DPI will start running audits where the WISEstaff (PI-1202) data collection has been locked and submitted. Once audits are complete, if needed, districts can make corrections based upon audit results.
All final corrections must be done and the collection locked.
|June 2015||Staff data reports will be published on the DPI web site.|
|First week in July||Final audits to determine highly qualified teacher status are run at the end of the school year.|
As of December 11th, 2014, the following are additional changes for the 2014-2015 School Year:
NCLB English, Math, Science, Social Studies, World Language, Arts
- Changes to the NCLB Core Subjects Number of Classes:
- NCLB Number of Classes will now be required for grades PK- 12 (previously 7-12)
- The total number of classes allowed to be reported (the sum of all subjects) cannot total more than 40. (Each subject is no longer limited to 10.)
- The following assignments will be required to provide NCLB Number of Classes:
|Position||Position Title||Area||Area Title|
|53||Teacher||0808||Early Childhood Special Education|
|53||Teacher||0830||Emotional Behavioral Disability|
|53||Teacher||0840||Special Education Hospital Program|
|53||Teacher||0841||Special Education Homebound Program|
|53||Teacher||0869||Vocational/Transition - Special Education|
|53||Teacher||0871||Assistive Technology Specialist|
As of September 26th, 2014, the following are changes for the 2014-2015 School Year:
- The new staff data collection application will require a WAMS ID to log into the application. If you do not already have a WAMS ID, please follow the steps below to set up a WAMS ID.
- SSNs will no longer be required, and a WISEid will be issued and used in place of the SSN.
Note: The WISEid application is tentatively scheduled to open in April in order for agencies to generate WISEids for staff.
|Position||Position Name||Position Type||Position Description|
|96||Paraprofessional||S||Provides instructional support to teachers and students (i.e. assistance with classroom management, implementing instructional activities under the supervision of a teacher, etc.).|
|73||Child Care Counselor||S||This position provides instruction, guidance, supervision, and day-to-day care of residential students attending WSD and WCBVI|
|93||Career and Technical Education Coordinator||A||Oversees a district’s Education for Employment program as well as the Carl Perkins grant. This code replaces codes 10-0010 and 64-0010 for LVEC.|
|Changes||Position||Position Name||Position Type||Position Description|
|Changed Name||99||Other Professional Staff in a Non-Instructional role||S|
|Added Description||97||Program Aide||S||Provides non-instructional support to teachers and students (i.e. assisting students in non-instructional activities, bus aides, recess/cafeteria supervision, attendant care, etc.).|
|Changed Description||86||Librarian||L||Responsibilities limited mainly to print materials.|
|Changed Description||87||Library Media Specialist||L||
Person responsible for all library collection development and facility management at the building level, information literacy instruction, and access to information in multiple formats.
Changed Position Type from L to A.
|17||Reading Specialist||Per PI 34.32(8) a reading specialist license is required for any person who directs early childhood through adolescence reading programs or works with reading teachers, classroom teachers, administrators, and others as a resource teacher in reading.|
|Area||Area Name||Area Description|
|0857||Bus Driver - Special Education|
|0858||Clerical/Support Staff - Special Education|
|0033||Homeless Liaison||Ensures that homeless children and youth are identified, immediately enrolled, and supported in succeeding in school. Also facilitates access to school services such as transportation.|
|0035||Family Literacy Services||Provides services that include high-quality, intensive instructional programs that promote adult literacy and empower parents to support the educational growth of their children.|
|0870||Instructional - Special Education||Provides instructional support to teachers and students (i.e. assistance with classroom management, implementing instructional activities under the supervision of a teacher, etc.). Staff who provide non-instructional support to teachers and students are identified as program aide.|
|0872||Non-Instructional - Special Education|
|9896||Short Term Substitute|
|0916||Instructional Technology Aide|
|Area||Area Name||Area Description|
|Changed Name. Removed Description.||0012||Title I Coordinator|
|Changed Name||9096||Research/Analyst||Helps school staff grow internal capacity for data inquiry, and to design and implement a thoughtful school improvement action based on their analysis.|
|Added Description.||0875||IEP Coordinator||This is an assignment where individuals coordinate the IEP process and perform tasks related to procedural compliance requirements.|
|Changed Description.||0150||Standards and Assessment Staff||This is an assignment where individuals work on standards, development, assessment and may help administer tests such as the Wisconsin Knowledge and Concepts exams, the Third Grade Reading exam, etc.|
|Changed Name||9883||Substitute - Special Education|
|Added Description.||0031||RTI (Response to Intervention) Coordination||Staff who facilitate/coordinate response to intervention / multi-level systems of support activities but do not provide instruction to students.|
|Assignment||Assignment Position/Area Name||Position Description||Area Description|
|93-0000||Career and Technical Education Coordinator/No Description Beyond Position||Oversees a district’s Education for Employment program as well as the Carl Perkins grant. This code replaces codes 10-0010 and 64-0010 for LVEC.|
|97-0915||Program Aide/Library Aide||Provides non-instructional support to teachers and students (i.e. assisting students in non-instructional activities, bus aides, recess/cafeteria supervision, attendant care, etc.).|
|97-0916||Program Aide/Instructional Technology Aide||Provides non-instructional support to teachers and students (i.e. assisting students in non-instructional activities, bus aides, recess/cafeteria supervision, attendant care, etc.).|
|96-0870||Paraprofessional/Instructional - Special Education||Provides instructional support to teachers and students (i.e. assistance with classroom management, implementing instructional activities under the supervision of a teacher, etc.).|
|96-0070||Paraprofessional/Instructional||Provides instructional support to teachers and students (i.e. assistance with classroom management, implementing instructional activities under the supervision of a teacher, etc.).|
|96-9896||Paraprofessional/Short Term Substitute|
|97-0872||Program Aide/Non-Instructional - Special Education|
|97-9896||Program Aide/Short Term Substitute|
|96-9883||Paraprofessional/Substitute - Special Education|
|98-0857||Other Support Staff/Bus Driver - Special Education|
|98-0858||Other Support Staff/Clerical/Support Staff - Special Education|
|99-0875||Other Professional Staff in a Non-Instructional role/IEP Coordinator||Provide title of assignment if reported with area 0000.||This is an assignment where individuals coordinate the IEP process and perform tasks related to procedural compliance requirements.|
|99-0011||Other Professional Staff in a Non-Instructional role/Parent Liaison||Provide title of assignment if reported with area 0000.|
|99-0033||Other Professional Staff in a Non-Instructional role/Homeless Liaison||Provide title of assignment if reported with area 0000.||Ensures that homeless children and youth are identified, immediately enrolled, and supported in succeeding in school. Also facilitates access to school services such as transportation.|
|64-0035||Program Coordinator/Family Literacy Services||Provides coordination and support to all staff regarding their specific area and does not supervise licensed staff. For special education includes program support teachers. Usually at a district level; not a school level.||Provides services that include high-quality, intensive instructional programs that promote adult literacy and empower parents to support the educational growth of their children.|
|73-0000||Child Care Counselor/No Description Beyond Position||This position provides instruction, guidance, supervision, and day-to-day care of residential students attending WSD and WCBVI|
|Assignment||Assignment Position/Area Name||Comments|
|10-0010||Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor/Local Vocational Education Coordination||In the past we had a breakout of different director of instruction duties but there were already comparable codes that existed so these additional director of instruction codes are being eliminated. The 10-0000 code DOES still exist but the other codes that were specific to a certain types of program coordination are no longer needed. Consequently, if someone needs to be reported with these specific coordination duties, please use the 64 position code range instead. Note, there are two that will not be in the 64 position code range. One, the 10-0010 (Local Vocational Education Coordinator) should be reported as 93-0000. The second is 10-0025 (School Safety Coordination) should be reported as 99-9170.|
|10-0012||Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor/Title I Coordinator or Title I Program Aide|
|10-0013||Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor/At-Risk Coordination|
|10-0014||Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor/Gifted and Talented|
|10-0015||Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor/Home-School Coordination|
|10-0016||Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor/Indian Home-School Coordination|
|10-0017||Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor/Title IX Coordination|
|10-0018||Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor/Section 504 Coordination|
|10-0019||Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor/Pupil Non-Discrimination Coordination|
|10-0021||Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor/AODA Coordination|
|10-0022||Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor/Education for Employment Coordination|
|10-0023||Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor/Bilingual/English as a Second Language Coordination|
|10-0024||Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor/Health Education Coordination|
|10-0025||Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor/School Safety Coordination|
|10-0026||Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor/Human Growth and Development Coordination|
|10-0027||Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor/School Age Parent Coordination|
|10-0028||Director of Instruction/Program Supervisor/Human Relations/Multicultural Education/Equity Coordination|
|64-0010||Program Coordinator/Local Vocational Education Coordination||Report under new code 93-0000.|
|64-0019||Program Coordinator/Pupil Non-Discrimination Coordination|
|64-0020||Program Coordinator/Library Media Coordination||Report as 87-0000 Library Media Specialist.|
|97-0908||Program Aide/IMC/Instructional Technology Aide||Assignment has been split into 2 new assignments. Report as either:
|97-0880||Program Aide/Special Education Bus Aide||Should be report as 97-0872 (which is Program Aide – Non-Instructional Spec Ed).|
|97-0883||Program Aide/Special Education Aide||Should be reported as either 96-0870 (Para – Instructional Spec Ed)
or 97-0872 (Program Aide – Non-Instructional Spec Ed).
|97-0890||Program Aide/Special Education Early Childhood Aide||
Updated 11/04/2014: Should be reported as either 96-0870 (Para – Instructional Spec Ed) or 97-0872 (Program Aide – Non-Instructional Spec Ed).
|97-0012||Program Aide/Title I Coordinator or Title I Program Aide||This code was deleted since there were new paraprofessional and aide position/area codes that were created to gather more accurate data.|
Guidance Tips and Recommendations
**Important clarification regarding benefits**
PI-1202 FRINGE BENEFIT GUIDANCE:
The coding for cash in lieu of benefits was clarified with the U.S. Census Bureau, to which DPI reports financial data, in fiscal year 2013. Cash in lieu of benefits should be coded as a benefit under object 290 (detailed account 296).
Another item to note is that Fund 73 OPEB contributions that are not run through payroll, but rather allocated as a journal entry, should also be included as a 210 benefit. If a district is using a payroll report to determine the benefits and does a journal entry at the end of the year for the OPEB contribution, it is likely that the OPEB contributions are not being properly reflected on the PI-1202 as they should be.
- Teachers with assignments for grades 7 and 8 cannot be reported as 53-0050, Teacher-Elementary All Subjects. You must report the specific subject(s) taught. Example: 53-0400, grades 07-08 (mathematics) 50% FTE, 53-0300, grade 08 (English) 50% FTE.
- We recommend use of individual's name as listed on their most current social security card to reduce the name discrepancy warnings between agencies.
Long Term Substitute Reminder: As a reminder, starting with the 2012-2013 school year, all positions with assignment type of 0 (Professional - Special Education) or 1 (Professional - Regular Education) with the exception of 53- 0970 (Teacher/Intern) are required to answer the question “Is this assignment being performed by a long-term substitute?"
Links to previous years of the PI-1202 Fall Staff Report
2009-2010 PI-1202 Fall Staff Reporting Page
2008-2009 PI-1202 Fall Staff Reporting Page
2007-2008 PI-1202 Fall Staff Reporting Page
2006-2007 PI-1202 Fall Staff Reporting Page
2005-2006 PI-1202 Fall Staff Reporting Page
2004-2005 PI-1202 Fall Staff Reporting Page
2003-2004 PI-1202 Fall Staff Reporting Page
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