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Directions For Schedule B (Dual Enrolled Pupils)

Dual enrolled pupils are those pupils enrolled in a non-public school in any district who, for some portion of the day or week, receive services from the public school district in the areas of special education, occupational education or gifted education. If you have non-public school pupils (either from within or outside your district) for whom you provide services in one or more of these areas, you should claim them on Schedule B. Do not include those students enrolled in charter schools or outside your district, those students are to be reported on Form A, Schedule U.

Aggregate attendance of dual enrolled students in sections I, II and III is the total for all students for the school year reported by either one, two, three and/or four periods per day.  For example, if a dual enrolled student receives special education services one period per day three times a week for the entire school year, the aggregate total just for that one student would be 120 (1x3x40 weeks in a school year).

Dual enrolled student FTE in Section IV should be computed using the FTE calculator and reported in total by either one, two, three or four periods per day.

For Special Education FTE reported in Section IV, please note that Grades K-3 do not operate on a period basis. Count each pupil only one time, maximum FTE value per student is 1.0 FTE.

For students listed in the 1 or 2 periods per day lines, their services must equal a minimum 20% per week. The minimum requirements for Grades K-3 are 3 hours or more per week (180 minutes, this rule should also be applied to other elementary grades not operating on a period basis). The minimum requirements for pupils in grades 4-12 enrolled in a period based school program may be 5 periods but not less than 3 hours per week (180 minutes). Consultant teacher services should be 2 hours or more per week.

For students listed in the 3 or 4 periods per day lines, their services must equal a minimum 60% of the day. The minimum requirements for grades K-3 equals 3 hours per day (180 minutes), this rule should also be applied to other elementary grades not operating on a period basis. For grades 4-12 enrolled in a period based school program, the minimum requirements are 3½ hours per day (210 minutes).

Aggregate attendance of dual enrolled students in sections I, II and III is the total for all dual enrolled students. For example, if a dual enrolled student receives special education services one hour per day five times a week for the entire school year, the aggregate total just for that one student would be 200 (1 x 5 x 40 weeks in a school year).

When the aggregate attendance and FTE of students with disabilities are entered on Schedule B, the program will calculate the total dual enrolled ADA and automatically transfer the data to Form A, Entry 72.

As necessary, report projected current year dual enrollment counts on Schedule B, Section V, lines 1 through 6, in the projected 2018-19 school year column.