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ELL Served

ELL Served

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ELL Served indicates if a student who is an English Language Learner (i.e., English Language Proficiency code 1-5) is served in English language instruction educational programs designed for English Language Learners (ELLs) and if the program is funded by Title III. Districts receive Title III funds directly or are funded by joining a Title III consortium. Typical ELLs (English Language Proficiency code 1-5) in these Title III receiving districts are served in English Language Instructional programs: stand-alone, inclusion, or through a combination of language supports.

Starting in the 2019-20 school year, language instruction information is now reported as a program association. Refer to the Language Instruction Data Reporting Help page for more information about submitting language instruction data for the 2019-20 school year and later years.

ELL Served will display in WISEdata for the student depending on whether or not there is a program association submitted. If no program association is submitted, the student will not be documented as ELL Served. You may or may not have to enter a value in your SIS depending on your SIS vendor, but the program association will dictate the ELL served value in WISEdata.


USES: ELL Served is used for accountability and reporting to the U.S. Department of Education. Data about participation in English language instruction educational programs and the funding source of those programs (Title III or not) must be disaggregated by whether or not students met annual measurable achievement objectives (AMAOs), disability, language group, grade level placement, and race/ethnicity. ELL Served is used in Pre-ID files for the DPI-approved English language proficiency test (i.e., ACCESS for ELLs).


FAQs, Details, and Points to Note


  1. Title III: If a district receives an allocation under section 3114(a)-(c) of Title III directly or through a Title III funded consortium, then ELL Served should be "T" for all or most English Language Learners enrolled in the district based on eligibility and need. Students with English Language Proficiency code 1-5 as determined by a DPI-approved English language proficiency test, ACCESS for ELLs, generate an allocation and are eligible to receive services under section 3114(a)-(c) of Title III.
  2. Immigrant: Whether or not an Immigrant T3 student is served by Title III-funded immigrant education programs/activities under section 3114(d) is not a factor in determining student's participation status for purposes of Title III funded language instruction educational programs under section 3114(a)-(c). For ELL Served coding purposes, the criteria that apply to Immigrant T3 students is the same as the criteria that apply to other students.
  3. Count Date: ELL Served is determined as of a specific date. For WISEdata count date records, that date is the Third Friday of September. Codes provided should be based on the most accurate information available about the student's participation status on the count date regardless of when that information was received.


See also:
Title III — Language Instruction for Limited English Proficient and Immigrant Students


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