Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a specific type of multi-factor authentication (MFA) that strengthens access security by requiring two methods (also referred to as authentication factors) to verify your identity.
Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) is the main Illinois education body. It directs state education policy and state reporting requirements.
Region County District Type School (RCDTS) are codes used by the state to identify other schools. Mainly used for student home and serving school reporting to ISBE.
Early Warning System (EWS) is a PowerSchool customization that shows students that are not performing well in attendance, current grades, log entries, and total credit (graduation progress).
First Failing Grade (FFG) is an indicator that tracks the first time a student received a failing grade.
Integrated Instruction (ii) is a scheduling term typically used to label sections used to temporarily house IEP students.
Individualized Education Program (IEP) is a special plan put together for an specific students education needs.
Full Time Equivalency (FTE) measures the number of supported students. 1 FTE means that the district is support 1 student. Example: A student from another school that attends Glenbard for 3 classes instead of...
Average Daily Membership (ADM) is the highest amount that is possible for a student to earn. A full time student is either 0, .5 or 1. A part time student is a prorated amount based...
Average Daily Attendance (ADA) is the amout of attendance a student is in school. A full time student is either 0, .5 or 1. A part time student is a prorated amount based on...