Language Instruction Monitoring Year: WISEdata
English language learners who are now proficient (EL code 6) are monitored for two years on content achievement. The Language Instruction Monitoring Year data element describes whether a student is in their first or second year of monitoring. This data element should not be submitted for English language learners with proficiency codes 1-5, students who were never English language learners (EL code 7), or students who have completed two years of monitoring.
|Monitoring Year||Submitted Value|
|First year||Year 1|
|Second year||Year 2|
For more information on reporting language instruction data, refer to the Language Instruction Data Reporting Help page.
USES: Language instruction data will be used for disaggregated reporting and accountability purposes, including State Report Cards, ESSA Report Cards, and Title III. They are also used as a measure of the acquisition of English language proficiency and to determine the appropriate participation in WSAS.
FAQs, Details, and Points to Note
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