Child Count (Federal Student Data Report) Date: October 1
In an effort to consolidate data collection systems and eliminate duplication of data collection efforts within local educational agencies (LEAs), data elements previously collected through the PI-2197 Federal Student Data application, commonly known as Child Count, have been fully integrated into the Individual Student Enrollment System (ISES).
Child Count Data
This is the data as of 2010. District ISES staff are able to produce additional reports that would provide counts by primary disability, gender, race/ethnicity, or age on the count date.
- ISES Reporting Information
- ISES Correspondence Updates
- Child Count for 2008 (9/26/08)
- Child Count Date and Data Accuracy (6/14/07)
- September 12 Memo RE: ISES October 1, 2007, Child Count
The special education team collects and processes data on students in special education programs in response to federal requirements. This includes the unduplicated child count, implementation of FAPE report, the student exiting report, the discipline and the personnel reports. Data from the child count report generates funds for Wisconsin under the IDEA and PL 99-457 Preschool grant programs. Statistics generated from state and federal data collections form the basis of the annual data reports submitted to the USDE Office of Special Education Programs for the Annual Report to Congress.
Integrity of Data Disseminated in an Electronic Medium
Disclaimer -Data Limitations
Revised: June 25, 1999
The Department of Public Instruction (DPI) has made a reasonable effort to ensure that the attached data/records are up-to-date, accurate, complete, and comprehensive at the time of disclosure. These records reflect data as reported to this agency by the educational community we serve for the reporting period indicated. These records are a true and accurate representation of the data on file at the DPI. Authenticated information is only accurate as of the point in time of validation and verification. The Department of Public Instruction is not responsible for data that is misinterpreted or altered in any way. Derived conclusions and analysis generated from this data are not to be considered attributable to the Department of Public Instruction. Willful intent to alter and intentional tampering with public records is punishable under s. 946.72, Wis. Stats. Offenses against computer data and programs are punishable under s. 943.70 (2), Wis. Stats.