About ED INITIATIVES
The EDFacts Initiative

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EDFacts Log-In (ED staff only)
EDEN Submission System Log-In (State users and ED staff) and EDFacts Log-In (State users with EDFacts access)

EDFacts is a U.S. Department of Education (ED) initiative to collect, analyze, and promote the use of high-quality, pre-kindergarten through grade 12 data.

  • Supports planning, policymaking, and management/budget decision-making.
  • Centralizes data provided by state education agencies (SEAs).
  • Collects data on district and school demographics, program participation, and performance data.

EDFacts centralizes performance data supplied by K-12 state education agencies (SEAs) with other data assets, such as financial grant information, within the Department to enable better analysis and use in policy development, planning and management. The purpose of EDFacts is to:

  • Place the use of robust, timely performance data at the core of decision and policymaking in education.
  • Reduce state and district data burden and streamline data practices.
  • Improve state data capabilities by providing resources and technical assistance.
  • Provide data for planning, policy, and management at the federal, state, and local levels.

Key Information about EDFacts

  • EDFacts Data Governance Board (EDGB) Overview  PDF
  • EDFacts Overview - Meet ED Data  PDF
  • EDFacts Data Governance Board Charter  Word
  • EDFacts Data Stewarding Overview  PDF
  • EDFacts Data Quality Process Overview  PDF
  • Disclosure Avoidance Overview  PDF
  • EDFacts Discussion Points  Word

EDFacts System Documentation

CSPR Documentation

  • SY 2016-17 CSPR—EDFacts Crosswalk  Excel
  • SY 2016-17 CSPR Part I  MS Word
  • SY 2016-17 CSPR Part II  MS Word
  • SY 2016-17 CSPR Part I Data Key  Excel
  • SY 2016-17 CSPR Part II Data Key  Excel
  • SY 2016-17 CSPR Part I Business Rules Guide  Excel
  • SY 2016-17 CSPR Part II Business Rules Guide  Excel
  • SY 2016-17 CSPR Getting Started and FAQs  MS Word

CCD Data Management System (DMS)

IDEA Part C Documentation

  • 2016-17 Child Count (due April 5, 2017)  MS Word
  • 2016-17 Settings (due April 5, 2017)  MS Word
  • 2015-16 Child Count (due April 6, 2016)  MS Word
  • 2015-16 Settings (due April 6, 2016)  MS Word
  • 2015-16 Dispute Resolution (due November 2, 2016)  MS Word
  • 2015-16 Exiting (due November 2, 2016)  MS Word
  • 2014-15 Child Count (due April 1, 2015)  MS Word
  • 2014-15 Settings (due April 1, 2015)  MS Word
  • 2014-15 Dispute Resolution (due November 4, 2015)  MS Word
  • 2014-15 Exiting (due November 4, 2015)  MS Word

Information for Data Users

  • See data file documentation and data notes provided with the data files below
  • Reporting Entities (Other than 50 states) by Program or Data Group  Word

EDFacts Data Files

EDFacts White Papers and Archived Profiles

EDFacts Support



   
Last Modified: 01/25/2018