Warning 6724


  • Short Text: Special education record truncated because (1) the effective end date of the corresponding enrollment is prior to the end date of the special education record or (2) the overlap of special education records.


  • Long Text: Special education record may only be considered valid within an active enrollment and may not overlap another special education record. Special education record truncated because (1) the effective end date of the corresponding enrollment is prior to the end date of the special education record or (2) the overlap of special education records.


  • Business Rules:

    • Calculation-- Do not throw for the most recent SSEPA Where the end date is NULL Or a subsequent special education record is submitted with a begin date that is prior to the end date (This throws on the previous)

    • Logic-- Inter-district overlapping is taken care by the SSA Effective dates. The intra-district is taken care of in this logic.

  • How to Fix: sSEPA Begin and End Dates must occur within the current school year in that all students must be exited at the end of the school year.  Check the student’s enrollment period, paying close attention because Effective Date logic was implemented in this case to eliminate the overlapping enrollment dates. Please review the link below on how Effective Date logic works. The Effective End Date was entered for the student’s program to prevent a mismatch of program and enrollment when the effective date split up the overlapping enrollments.

  • For each new enrollment, a new sSEPA record must be created. Effective date logic ended an enrollment to create a new enrollment, so then it also implemented a new sSEPA record Effective Begin Date and end dated the previous one. If the End Date inserted is not correct, modify it to the correct sSEPA End Date, noting it cannot be after the enrollment end date. Check the accuracy of other sSEPA record fields, as needed.


  • Example: District Deb sees a warning on Eli’s record that his sSEPA record end date can’t be after his enrollment ends. When she checks into the matter, she sees that Eli’s overlapping enrollments were modified to alter the effective end dates for enrollment and the sSEPA. She sees that Eli’s exit date was 6/9, but the sSEPA end date was listed as 6/30, which can't happen. In this case, effective date logic implemented a sSEPA end date of 6/9 to match the enrollment end. Deb understands this to be correct, so she leaves it and checks the accuracy/makes modifications to the sSEPA as she best sees fit. Then she acknowledges the warning.


Number: KBA-01311-W9F8F4
Key Words: code 6724, special education, effective date, end date, sSEPA, enrollment
Modified: 05/31/2019

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