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CCMR EWS Industry Based Certification (IBC) Update for 2022-2023 Accountability Reporting

Starting Thursday, December 1, the 2022-2023 CCMR EWS report will begin to give CCMR credit for IBCs according to the 2022-2023 Accountability reporting as we currently understand it.

The following sources will be utilized for determining Y and N for IBC:

Steps to determine if student will receive a Y or N for IBC:

  1. Student has been reported in PEIMS with an IBC code in any year (called Post Secondary Certification Licensure Code in PEIMS – E1640)
  2. IBC code is compared to the Program of Study in the IBC to Program of Study Crosswalk Excel file
  3. Program of Study is compared to the CTE Look-Up Tables Excel file, POS Service ID Level Credit tab, to find all applicable service IDs and their Program of Study Level
  4. Service IDs are then compared to student’s PEIMS summer and extended year course completion service IDs (E0724), and if loaded, CTE transfer courses service IDs, for any year and:
    • Student marked Y if there is a match with a Program of Study Level 2 or higher
    • Student marked N if there is not a match with any service IDs or the only matching service ID(s) is a Program of Study Level 1
  • Note: Per emailed response from TEA, only one IBC must align according to the steps above to be considered Y

Example IBC ‘Y’ walk through:

1. Kaeley Smith has IBC 812 – Texas State Florist’s Association Knowledge Based Floral Certification reported to PEIMS in the 2021-2022 school year

2. Find IBC 812 on the IBC to Program of Study Crosswalk Excel file to locate the matching Program of Study Code(s)

3. Find the Program of Study Code 45 (045 in PEIMS) on the CTE Look-Up Tables Excel file, POS Service ID Level Credit tab, to locate the matching Service IDs and Program of Study Level for those Service IDs

4. Review student’s Course Completion screen, ? years, to determine if any Service IDs match that are level 2 or higher. In this example, Floral Design-13001800 is a Level 3 course, therefore, this student is a Y for the IBC indicator and CCMR Met.

Updated on 11/18/2022

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