During the 2013 legislative session, the General Assembly passed HEA1341, and the Governor signed P.L. 111 – 2013 into law. This law establishes the Indiana e-transcript program to allow students attending accredited schools to request that their transcript be transmitted electronically.
- Indiana contracted with Parchment to send electronic transcripts to colleges and other entities for current high school students free of cost.
- Not later than July 1, 2015, all public secondary schools shall use the common electronic transcript developed by the department of education.
- The governing body of an accredited nonpublic secondary school may elect to use the common electronic transcript developed by the department of education.
- E-transcripts reduce time, effort, and expenses in handling transcript requests for universities and colleges.
- Provides real-time, online status reports of where each student has requested transcripts to be sent.
- Q: How are schools putting the Certificate of Multilingual Language on transcripts?
- A: Here is the slide from the Powerpoint about the Multilingual Language Certification that the IDOE sent out that describes how to include it in a student’s transcript
- Indiana’s Common Electronic Transcript
- Common Transcript Data Elements: http://www.doe.in.gov/sites/default/files/student-assistance/common-transcriptelements-v22-feb-22-2017.xlsx
- Requirements and Guidance for Indiana High School Transcripts
- Parchment: http://www.parchment.com
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