What is the MCCC?
The Minnesota Common Course Catalogue (MCCC) is a course classification and data collection system intended to provide uniform information about courses that are taught by Minnesota teachers and completed by Minnesota students.
The MCCC is being implemented to meet state and federal requirements, including: Minnesota Statutes, section 120B.35 - Student Academic Achievement and Growth; Minnesota Session Laws 2009, Chapter 96, Article 2, Section 60 - Implementing Rigorous coursework Measures Related to Student Performance; and HR 2272 America COMPETES Act of 2007 SEC. 6401. Required Elements of a Statewide Longitudinal Data System.
Enter the Minnesota Common Course Catalogue (MCCC).
What information must districts report?
The four data collections associated with the MCCC for both grades 9-12 and K-8 include:
1. Local Course Index
2. Calendar Information
3. Staff Course Records
4. Student Course Records
Timeline of MCCC events:
- MCCC data collections K-12 are open for the 2011-2012 reporting year.
- MCCC data collections K-12 will open for the 2012-2013 reporting year in late March.
- There are no changes to the MCCC Course Classification Catalogues for K-8 or 9-12 for reporting year 2012-2013. Please continue to use the 2012 MCCC Course Classification Catalogues.
Late Summer/Early Fall 2014
- MCCC data collections for K-12 will open for the 2013-2014 reporting year.
- There are no changes to the MCCC Course Classifications Catalogues for K-8 or 9-12 for reporting year 2013-2014. Please continue to use the 2012 MCCC Course Classification Catalogues.
- MCCC data collections for K-12 will close for the 2011-2012 reporting year.
- From this point forward we are on a regular, annual reporting cycle. When 2014-2015 opens in the late summer/early fall of 2015, 2012-2013 reporting year will close.
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