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How Your Data Are Used
The matrices below show how the data CEPI collects or will collect in the upcoming school year support federal and state reporting requirements, MI School Data reports as well as planned uses of data.
- Michigan Student Data System Data Use Matrix
- Registry of Educational Personnel Data Use Matrix
- Financial Information Database Data Use Matrix
- School Infrastructure Database Data Use Matrix
- Student Transcript and Academic Record Repository Data Use Matrix
- Michigan Postsecondary Data Inventory Data Use Matrix
The matrices show whether a field is required, optional, or required only if relevant. (E.g., districts only report Title I eligibility for students who are Title I eligible.)
Note: The Michigan Student Data System matrix has multiple tabs because of the large number of federal reporting requirements associated with these data. Its Data Summary tab lists (and links to) each of these functional areas/tabs. In addition, the Report Notes tab identifies other ways MSDS data support education. For example, CEPI matches information from the Department of Health and Human Services to identify children who are eligible for free or reduced price lunch programs. This direct certification process means children receive meals without having to complete an application - and schools avoid cumbersome paperwork.
For more information about federal requirements, refer to the EDFacts file specifications. Every report submitted via EDFacts has a report code and name in the matrices (e.g., FS103 Accountability), and links to the report's specifications on the U.S. Department of Education's website.
See How CEPI Protects Education Data for CEPI's privacy and security practices, as well as links to relevant documents and websites regarding data security, privacy and confidentiality.