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Certificated Programs Status Type

Certificated Programs Status Type: Career Education

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Certificated Programs Status Type indicates a student's progress toward earning a certificate within the Certified Career Education programs. It's submitted as part of the WI DPI Student CTE Program Association.

Starting in 2024-25 SY - certificated program status will be collected for Certified Career Education Programs, known as Industry Recognized Credentials. At the conclusion of the course that offers an Industry Recognized Credential (IRC), school personnel will need to enter a code for how each student completed the IRC. Best practice is to set up the course that offers an IRC to report each students’ involvement.

When students are scheduled into a certified course, it will trigger a CTE student program association. At the end of the course, school staff will need to enter the certificated program status for each individual student in the designated location of the student information system to show the students’ progress of earning the IRC by using the codes below.

Schools may also identify each student as participating in a Certified Career Education Program, independent of the course setup. This practice entails maintaining student lists independent of the student information system and creating a CTE student program association.

 

USES: Certificated Programs Status Type collects information about the student's progress and the attainment of a certificate in a Career Education program for Career and Technical Education (CTE) and College and Career Ready (CCR) reporting.

 

FAQs, Details, and Points to Note

  1.  Career Education FAQs & Use Cases: For more specific information and scenarios, see the Career Education FAQs & Use Cases page.
  2.  Submitting Certificated Program Status in Different School Years: This data element is submitted differently for data before the 2021-22 school year and for data after the 2021-22 school year:
    1. 2021-22 School Year and Later:
      • If the program is associated to a course: submit course offerings and a section for the course. Submit a student section association and student CTE program association which must include a certificated program status type.
      • If the program is not associated to a course (ie, IRC): submit student CTE program association which must include a certificated program status type.
    2. 2020-21 School Year and Earlier:
      • If the program is associated to a course: submit course offerings and submit a grade record which must include a certificated program status type.
      • If the program is not associated to a course (ie, IRC): submit student CTE program association which must include a certificated program status type.
  3.  What is the difference between 'certificated' and 'certified'? For meaning, the terms are synonymous: a certificated programs can results in the student obtaining a certificate, which would then make them certified by that certificate. 'Certificated' is language used by SIS vendors, and schools can check these boxes when referring to 'Certified opportunities'.

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