ADVISER - [SPED99]
Please read this article if you do not know how to access ADVISER reports and override data
If you are confused by an ADVISER record with a SPED99 exit date - there's nothing to worry about.
SPED99 means the student received an update in their SPED records.
Any time an IEP or IFSP is finalized, SRS will put a SPED99 exit code into the student's current ADVISER record with an exit date that is one day before services begin in the new IEP/IFSP.
A new ADVISER record is then created where the begin date is the day services begin on the new IEP/IFSP.
Any time a new IEP or IFSP gets finalized, SRS will create a new (Ed-Fi) record to publish to ADVISER where the begin date is when the new IEP/IFSP comes into effect. SRS will then update the record previous record with an exit date that is one day before the new IEP/IFSP comes into effect and enter SPED99 as the exit reason code.
Any time we see SPED99 there should be a follow up record that is either...
A) Active - this is indicated by a record with no exit date and no exit reason
B) Inactive - this is indicated by a record with an exit date and an exit reason code that is not SPED99
Students continuing Special Education services from the previous year will almost always have multiple records publishing to ADVISER. The first one will typically have the Begin Date = 07/01/202X which indicates the data is coming from the IEP they were on the previous school year that is being carried over into the current school year. At some point in the school year, that IEP/IFSP will expire at which point they will be put on a new IEP or exit from Special Education.
For this reason, the SPED99 loop will continue until they age out or exit SPED.