With over 30 years experience, W2W assures that Charter Schools' reporting to the Ohio Department of Education is correct, so community schools are funded appropriately.
W2W Reporting, LLC specializes in reporting EMIS and SOES data for all types and sizes of community schools in Ohio. W2W provides many avenues of support for schools looking to outsource their EMIS/ SOES Reporting. W2W’s team of EMIS Coordinators are extremely skilled, highly trained and have a combined 30 years of experience.
What is EMIS?
EMIS is the statewide data collection system for Ohio’s primary and secondary education. Staff, student, district/building, and financial data are collected through this system. Staff data include demographic, attendance, and course information. Demographic, student attributes, attendance, program, course, and test data are submitted to ODE at the student level. In addition, EMIS data is used for State and Federal Reporting; Funding and Distribution Payments; Academic Accountability; and State and District Reports. Data validation and error reports are provided; however, the reporting entities are responsible for correcting such errors in a timely manner and resubmitting their data.
What is SOES?
Community schools enter data concerning the enrollment and attendance of their students into both EMIS and SOES. The information entered into the School Options Enrollment System (SOES) is used by the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) to make payments to community schools. The review team compares the source enrollment and attendance data with the SOES data submitted by the community school for funding and checks for the validity of the IEP’s being implemented in the school.