In recent school reviews, the Department of Education (ED) has seen a few schools that are submitting their professional judgment (PJ) adjustments to the Central Processing System (CPS) without identifying them as PJ adjustments. This practice makes PJ adjustments indistinguishable from corrections. With the new targeted verification regulations effective for the 2012-13 award year, ED needs to know which changes are corrections so that it can properly identify error-prone data elements.
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