2018-18R: New Race & Ethnicity Implementation 2018

Request No. 2018-18
Date of RequestApril 26, 2018 
RequesterCCCCO / Craig Hayward 
Application(s)CCCApply Standard / International
Section / Page

Race & Ethnicity / Demographic Information 

Proposed Change to Download FileYes - Adjustments & New Data Field
Proposed Change to Residency LogicN/A 


Problem and Business Need

Research conducted over the past two years by the Student Equity Planning workgroup and the Chancellor's Vision for Success  has resulted in a system-wide focus on closing equity gaps. Historical MIS data sets, however, do not include all ethnic groups that are relevant for the diverse and distinct communities served by the 115 California community colleges.

There is a business need to expand the categories of race and ethnicity that are collected via CCCApply and in the International application. For example, State Center College has a sizable Hmong population in its service area. However, their ability to conduct research, identify equity gaps, and direct resources in ways that will effectively close those gaps has been impeded because “Hmong” is not an ethnicity category that is collected on the standard application. We need to expand the ethnicity group data collected in CCCApply and make that data available via the statewide MIS. 

This system-wide need to close the equity gaps was the impetus for the Ethnicity-Ancestry Expansion Project 2018, and the foundation of this change request. 


Proposed Solution

In summary this proposal will expand the categories of ethnicity/ancestry collected in CCCApply, and includes a detailed set of requirements for a redesign to the layout and the specific ethnicity values and race groups that should be added.

According to one of the authors of the proposal, Craig Hayward, Dean of Institutional Research at Bakersfield College:

The idea is to add one additional high-level category (Middle Eastern/North African) which would roll up into "White" for federal IPEDS reporting (as it currently does). The other groups would only be made visible if someone selected a high level group like "Asian"; then they would see all of the possible sub-categories for Asian.  Work on this proposal has been ongoing with various stakeholder groups around the state for the past year or so.

Responding to the ethnicity question (will remain) optional, and the expanded number of categories will be unobtrusive as the detailed subgroups will only be seen when one of the higher-level categories is selected first. This proposal is compliant with federal reporting requirements as all subgroups can be easily rolled up into the required federal ethnicity and race reporting categories. For example, the new high-level group, Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) rolls up into the “White” category for federal reporting purposes. Most importantly, information gathered from the expanded categories will allow colleges and districts to identify equity gaps and work to alleviate them by allowing for enhanced targeting of resources and services—thereby empowering CCC stakeholders to rise the challenge, laid out in the Vision for Success, of reducing and eventually closing all equity gaps by 2027.

Click here: Ancestry proposal 2.43.xlsx


Additional Information

Ethnicity/Ancestry Expansion Proposal

This proposal is based on over two years of research and dialogue by the Student Equity Planning workgroup and the Chancellor's Vision for Success.  The proposal is clearly explained in the "Ethnicity-Ancestry Expansion Proposal".  See an excerpt below. 

"Currently, the CCC system collects information on 21 distinct ethnicity or ancestry categories. For comparison purposes, consider that the CSU system collects data on 113 categories while the UC system collects data on 73 categories. CCCApply collects ethnicity information by first asking applicants if they are Hispanic or Latino.  Respondents who select “Yes” then see an expanded set of more specific options to choose from. This the same mechanism that the proposed expansion will use to ensure that the collection of the additional, more specific ethnic groups is minimally disruptive to the application process."


Additional Info: SSSP Memo Excerpt

Excerpts from Student Success and Support Program re Student Equity SEC. 6. Article 1.5 (commencing with Section 78220) is added to Chapter 2 of Part 48 of Division 7 of Title 3 of the Education Code, to read:


Legacy Design and Functionality

CCCApply Standard and International applications currently collect race and ethnicity information by first asking applicants if they are Hispanic or Latino. Respondents who select “Yes” then see an expanded set of more specific options to choose from. From there, applicants are asked what their race is and given limited high level categories to choose from. The original implementation, which aligns to historic MIS requirements, has not been updated in many years and the data sets do not include all ethnic groups that are relevant for the diverse and distinct communities served by the 115 California community colleges.

Current Race & Ethnicity Section - Before 6.3.0

CCCApply Standard Application

Current Database Values

International Application
(Before new Race & Ethnicity implementation - 6.3.0)(Before new Race & Ethnicity implementation 6.3.0)(Before new Race & Ethnicity implementation - 6.3.0)

Hispanic/Latino (hispanic_latino): 
Race Group (race_group):
 

01: Hispanic, Latino - (From ‘Are you Hispanic / Latino?’
drop-down menu selection)

02: Mexican, Mexican-American, Chicano
03: Central American
04: South American
05: Hispanic: Other

Race Ethnicity (race_ethnicity): 
06: Asian: Indian
07: Asian: Chinese
08: Asian: Japanese
09: Asian: Korean
10: Asian: Laotian
11: Asian: Cambodian
12: Asian: Vietnamese
13: Asian: Filipino
14: Asian: Other
15: Black or African American
16: American Indian / Alaskan Native
17: Pacific Islander: Guamanian
18: Pacific Islander: Hawaiian
19: Pacific Islander: Samoan
20: Pacific Islander: Other
21: White



General Requirements

In addition to the requirements expressed in the Ethnicity-Ancestry Expansion Proposal, it was also important that these changes incur no impact on the colleges, particularly with regards to their existing MIS reporting processes. 

Objectives:

  • Backward Compatibility - No change to existing data downloads:  Implement the new expanded race and ethnicity categories without changing the existing formats and data output; keeping the download files unchanged and seamlessly backwards compatible.
  • Minimal impact on colleges: Ensure that the Race Ethnicity field <race_ethnic> specifically is unchanged; this is the field that most closely aligns to the MIS requirement (SB29).
  • Optional New Data Field: Ensure that all new data values, including new race groups & ethnicities are collected in one new field that colleges can choose if and when to add to their downloads or not;

Mock Up & Screenshots: New Layout Design

  • Hispanic/Latino Question Auto-populated
  • Hispanic/Latino Question Expanded Showing All Hispanic/Latino Subcategory Values
  • Asian Race Group Expanded Showing All Asian Subcategory Values
  • More Race Groups Expanded Showing Subcategory Values

New Race/Ethnicity Section Screenshot


Proposed Functional Mock Up Design

Attached is a functional Excel spreadsheet mockup for how this new layout and functionality should be in both the CCCApply and International Applications.

Click here: Ancestry proposal 2.43.xlsx

Zoom Demo: New Race & Ethnicity Layout 


Change Specifications: Layout & Database Values

Consistent with the original version, the new Race & Ethnicity section includes two sub-sections: 1) Hispanic/Latino section, which includes a Yes/No question: "Are you Hispanic or Latino?" question, which also serves as the high-level race group, and a sub-set of more specific ethnicities to choose from, and 2) Six high-level race groups, which when selected expand to display a set of more specific options, or ethnicities, to choose from.


Race/Ethnicity Section Header

The Race & Ethnicity section heading label is Race/Ethnicity that displays above the Hispanic/Latino section on the "Demographic Information" page. This did not change from the original (legacy) layout. 

Hispanic/Latino Section 

The following text appears above the Hispanic/Latino Yes/No question. Respondents that answer Yes will see an expanded set of 19 Hispanic/Latino ethnicities to choose from. Many of these ethnicity options are new and can be downloaded in the new field: <race_ethnic_full> 


"Per U.S. Department of Education guidelines, colleges are required to collect this racial and ethnic data.

Check the box below if you identify as Hispanic or Latino. If you indicate that you are Hispanic or Latino, you will have the option to select more specific ancestry groups."


 Hispanic/Latino Database Values

There is no change to the Hispanic/Latino database values or data format.  Response to question "Are you Hispanic or Latino?"

Race Group Name
(race_group)
Legacy Race Group ValueNew Race Group Value
New Race Ethnicity Full - Name & Value
(race_ethnic_full)
Mapping Notes
Hispanic, Latino 01100

Response to question "Are you Hispanic or Latino?" = 100

The Hispanic/Latino question remains unchanged and the Y/N/X response value is still mapped to the first character in Race Ethnicity <race_ethnic> response
Mexican, Mexican-American, Chicano02
  • Mexican  - New DB Value of 111 

Central American03
  • Costa Rican - New DB Value of 105
  • Guatemalan - New DB Value of 109
  • Honduran - New DB Value of 110
  • Nicaraguan - New DB Value of 112
  • Panamanian - New DB Value of 113
  • Salvadoran - New DB Value of 116

South American04
  • Argentinean - New DB Value of 101
  • Bolivian - New DB Value of 102
  • Chilean - New DB Value of 103
  • Colombian - New DB Value of 104
  • Ecuadorian - New DB Value of 108
  • Peruvian - New DB Value of 114
  • Venezuelan - New DB Value of 118

Hispanic: Other05
  • Cuban - New DB Value of 106
  • Dominican (Dominican Republic) - New DB Value of 107
  • Puerto Rican - New DB Value of 115
  • Spanish - New DB Value of 117 
  • Other Hispanic or Latino - New DB Value of 119 


Section 2: Race Groups & Ethnicities

Below the Hispanic/Latino section, display the following additional instructive text and display the following set of high-level Race Groups adjacent to corresponding checkboxes. 

"Check all of the ethnicity and ancestry groups that you identify with. When you select a major ethnicity group, you will have the option to select more specific ancestry groups. Select all that apply."

  • Asian
  • American Indian or Alaska Native
  • Black or African American
  • Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
  • Middle Eastern or North African
  • White

Respondents who select one or more of the Race Groups checkboxes will then see the expanded associated subgroups. Respondents may select as many race groups and ethnicity subgroups as needed. When a box is checked an accordion expansion should reveal the associated subgroups. When a box is unchecked, the accordion expansion should roll up to no longer show the subgroups.


Race Groups & Ethnicities Database Values

The following table shows a breakdown of the subgroups tied to each ethnic group, as well as the DB value associated in parenthesis. 

Race Group Name
(race_group)
Legacy Race Group Value
(race_group)
New Race
Group Value
(race_ethnic_full)
New Race Ethnicity Full - Name & Value
(race_ethnic_full)

Asian

06200

Afghan - New DB Value of 201

Bangladeshi - New DB Value of 202

Burmese/Myanmar - New DB Value of 203

Indian - ((Stays as 06)

Pakistani - New DB Value of 206

Sri Lankan - New DB Value of 207

Asian: Chinese07

Chinese - (Stays as 07)

Asian: Japanese08

Japanese - (Stays as 08)

Asian: Korean09

Korean - (Stays as 09)

Asian: Laotian10

Laotian -  (Stays as 10)

Asian: Cambodian11

Cambodian - (Stays as 11)

Asian: Vietnamese12

Vietnamese - (Stays as 12)

Asian: Filipino13

Filipino - (Stays as 13)

Asian: Other14

Hmong - New DB Value of 204

Indonesian - New DB Value of 205

Taiwanese - New DB Value of 208

Thai - New DB Value of 209

Other Asian - (Stays as 14)

American Indian or Alaska Native


All new American Indians and Alaskan Native ethnicity sub-groups should map back to legacy American Indian / Alaskan Native value of 16.

16300

Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians of the Agua Caliente Indian Reservation - New Value of 301

Alturas Indian Rancheria - New DB Value of 302

Augustine Band of Cahuilla Indians - New DB Value of 303

Aztec or Mixtec - New DB Value of 304

Bear River Band of the Rohnerville Rancheria - New DB Value of 305

Berry Creek Rancheria of Maidu Indians of California - New DB Value of 306

Big Lagoon Rancheria - New DB Value of 307

Big Pine Band Paiute Tribe of the Owens Valley - New DB Value of 308

Big Sandy Rancheria of Western Mono Indians of California - New DB Value of 309

Big Valley Band of Pomo Indians of the Big Valley Rancheria - New DB Value of 310

Bishop Pauite Tribe (previously listed as Paiute-Shoshone Indians of the Bishop Community of the Bishop Colony) - New DB Value of 311

Blue Lake Rancheria - New DB Value of 312

Bridgeport Indian Colony - New DB Value of 313

Buena Vista Rancheria of Me-Wuk Indians of California - New DB Value of 314

Cabazon Band of  Mission Indians - New DB Value of 315

Cachil DeHe Band of Wintun Indians of the Colusa Indian Community of the Colusa Rancheria - New DB Value of 316

Cahuilla Band of Mission Indians of the Cahuilla Reservation - New DB Value of 317

Cahto Indian Tribe of the Laytonville Rancheria - New DB Value of 318

California Valley Miwok Tribe - New DB Value of 319

Campo Band of Diegueño Mission Indians of the Campo Indian Reservation - New DB Value of 320

Capitan Grande Band of Diegueño Mission Indians of California:Barona Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians of the Barona Reservation; Viejas (Baron Long) Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians of the Viejas Reservation - New DB Value of 321

Cedarville Rancheria - New DB Value of 322

Chemehuevi Indian Tribe of the Chemehuevi Reservation - New DB Value of 323

Cher-Ae Heights Indian Community of the Trinidad Rancheria - New DB Value of 324

Cherokee - New DB Value of 325

Chicken Ranch Rancheria of Me-Wuk Indians of California - New DB Value of 326

Chippewa - New DB Value of 327

Cloverdale Rancheria of Pomo Indians of California - New DB Value of 328

Cold Springs Rancheria of Mono Indians of California - New DB Value of 329

Colorado River Indian Tribes of the Colorado River Indian Reservation (Arizona and California) - New DB Value of 330

Cortina Indian Rancheria of Wintun Indians of California - New DB Value of 331

Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians of California - New DB Value of 332

Death Valley Timbi-Sha Shoshone Tribe - New DB Value of 333

Dry Creek Rancheria of Pomo Indians - New DB Value of 334

Elem Indian Colony of Pomo Indians of the Sulphur Bank Rancheria - New DB Value of 335

Elk Valley Rancheria - New DB Value of 336

Enterprise Rancheria of Maidu Indians of California - New DB Value of 337

Ewiiaapaayp Band of Kumeyaay Indians - New DB Value of 338

Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria - New DB Value of 339

Fort Bidwell Indian Community of the Fort Bidwell Reservation of California - New DB Value of 340

Fort Independence Indian Community of Paiute Indians of the Fort Independence Reservation - New DB Value of 341

Fort Mojave Indian Tribe (Arizona, California and Nevada) - New DB Value of 342

Greenville Rancheria - New DB Value of 343

Grindstone Indian Rancheria of Wintun-Wailaki Indians of California - New DB Value of 344

Guidiville Rancheria of California - New DB Value of 345

Habematolel Pomo of Upper Lake - New DB Value of 346

Hoopa Valley Tribe - New DB Value of 347

Hopland Band of Pomo Indians - New DB Value of 348

Inaja Band of Diegueño Mission Indians of the Inaja and Cosmit Reservation - New DB Value of 349

Ione Band of Miwok Indians of California - New DB Value of 350

Jackson Band of Miwuk Indians - New DB Value of 351

Jamul Indian Village of California - New DB Value of 352

Karuk Tribe  - New DB Value of 353

Kashia Band of Pomo Indians of the Stewart’s Point Rancheria - New DB Value of 354

Koi Nation of Northern California - New DB Value of 355

La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians  - New DB Value of 356

La Posta Band of Diegueño Mission Indians of the La Posta Indian Reservation - New DB Value of 357

Lone Pine Paiute-Shoshone Tribe - New DB Value of 358

Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla & Cupeno Indians  - New DB Value of 359

Lytton Rancheria of California - New DB Value of 360

Manchester Band of Pomo Indians of the Manchester Rancheria - New DB Value of 361

Manzanita Band of Diegueño Mission Indians of the Manzanita Reservation - New DB Value of 362

Mechoopda Indian Tribe of Chico Rancheria - New DB Value of 363

Mesa Grande Band of Diegueño Mission Indians of the Mesa Grande Reservation - New DB Value of 364

Middletown Rancheria of Pomo Indians of California - New DB Value of 365

Mooretown Rancheria of Maidu Indians of California - New DB Value of 366

Morongo Band of Cahuilla Mission Indians - New DB Value of 367

Navajo - New DB Value of 368

Northfork Rancheria of Mono Indians of California - New DB Value of 369

Pala Band of Luiseño Mission Indians of the Pala Reservation - New DB Value of 370

Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians of California - New DB Value of 371

Pauma Band of Luiseño Mission Indians of the Pauma & Yuima Reservation - New DB Value of 372

Pechanga Band of Luiseño Mission Indians of the Pechanga Reservation - New DB Value of 373

Picayune Rancheria of Chukchansi Indians of California - New DB Value of 374

Pinoleville Pomo Nation (formerly the Pinoleville Rancheria of Pomo Indians of California) - New DB Value of 375

Pit River Tribe (includes XL Ranch, Big Bend, Likely, Lookout, Montgomery Creek and Roaring Creek Rancherias) - New DB Value of 376

Potter Valley Tribe (formerly the Potter Valley Rancheria of Pomo Indians of California) - New DB Value of 377

Quartz Valley Indian Community of the Quartz Valley Reservation of California - New DB Value of 378

Quechan Tribe of the Fort Yuma Indian Reservation (Arizona and California) - New DB Value of 379

Ramona Band of Cahuilla - New DB Value of 380

Redding Rancheria - New DB Value of 381

Redwood Valley or Little River Band of Pomo Indians of the Redwood Valley Rancheria California - New DB Value of 382

Resighini Rancheria - New DB Value of 383

Rincon Band of Luiseño Mission Indians of the Rincon Reservation - New DB Value of 384

Robinson Rancheria - New DB Value of 385

Round Valley Indian Tribes, Round Valley Reservation - New DB Value of 386

San Manual Band of Serrano Mission Indians of the San Maual Reservation - New DB Value of 387

San Pasqual Band of Diegueño Mission Indians of California - New DB Value of 388

Santa Rosa Indian Community of the Santa Rosa Rancheria - New DB Value of 389

Santa Rosa Band of Cahuilla Indians (formerly the Santa Rosa Band of Cahuilla Mission) - New DB Value of 390

Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Mission Indians of the Santa Ynez Reservation - New DB Value of 391

Lipay Nation of Santa Ysabel (Previously listed as the Santa Ysabel Band of Diegueño Mission Indians) - New DB Value of 392

Scotts Valley Band of Pomo Indians of California - New DB Value of 393

Sheep Ranch Rancheria of Me-Wuk Indians - New DB Value of 394 

Sherwood Valley Rancheria of Pomo Indians of California - New DB Value of 395

Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians, Shingle Springs Rancheria (Verona Tract) - New DB Value of 396

Sioux - New DB Value of 397

Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians - New DB Value of 398

Susanville Indian Rancheria - New DB Value of 399

Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation (formerly the Sycuan Band of Diegueno Mission Indians of California) - New DB Value of 401

Table Mountain Rancheria of California - New DB Value of 402

Tejon Indian Tribe - New DB Value of 403

Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation - New DB Value of 404

Torres-Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians - New DB Value of 405

Tule River Indian Tribe of the Tule River Reservation - New DB Value of 406

Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians of the Tuolumne Rancheria of California - New DB Value of 407

Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians of California - New DB Value of 408

United Auburn Indian Community of the Auburn Rancheria of California - New DB Value of 409

Upper Lake Band of Pomo Indians - New DB Value of 410

Utu Utu Gwaitu Paiute Tribe of the Benton Paiute Reservation - New DB Value of 411

Washoe Tribe (Carson Colony, Dresslerville Colony, Woodfords Comm., Stewart Comm. and Washoe Ranches CA & NV) - New DB Value of 412

Wilton Rancheria - New DB Value of 413

Wiyot Tribe (formerly the Table Bluff Reservation-Wiyot Tribe) - New DB Value of 414

Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation  - New DB Value of 415

Yurok Tribe of the Yurok Reservation - New DB Value of 416

Zapotec - New DB Value of 417

Other American Indian - New DB Value of 418

Other Alaska Native - New DB Value of 419

Black or African American


All Black or African American ethnicity subgroups should map back to Black or African American which has a current DB value of 15.

15500

African American - Stays as 15

Subsaharan African: Ethiopian - New DB Value of 501

Subsaharan African: Kenyan - New DB Value of 502

Subsaharan African: Nigerian - New DB Value of 503

Subsaharan African: Somali - New DB Value of 504

Subsaharan African: South African - New DB Value of 505

Subsaharan African: Other Subsaharan African - New DB Value of 506

West Indian: Belizean - New DB Value of 507

West Indian: Haitian -  New DB Value of 508

West Indian: Jamaican - New DB Value of 509

West Indian: Other West Indian - New DB Value of 510

Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 


600
Pacific Islander: Other20

Fijian - New DB Value of 601

Other Pacific Islander - Stays as 20

Pacific Islander: Guamanian17

Guamanian or Chamorro - Stays as 17

Pacific Islander: Hawaiian18

Native Hawaiian - Stays as 18

Pacific Islander: Samoan19
  • Samoan - Stays as 19
  • Tongan - New DB Value of 602

Middle Eastern or North African


Middle Eastern or North African is a NEW Race Group value - was not in the legacy section.  Therefore, all responses in this section roll up to "White" = 21

All Middle Eastern or North African ethnicity subgroups should map back to DB value of 21.


700

Assyrian, Syriac or Chaldean - New DB Value of 701

Egyptian - New DB Value of 702

Iranian or Persian - New DB Value of 703

Iraqi - New DB Value of 704

Israeli - New DB Value of 705

Jordanian - New DB Value of 706

Lebanese - New DB Value of 707

Moroccan - New DB Value of 708

Palestinian - New DB Value of 709

Syrian - New DB Value of 710

Turkish - New DB Value of 711

Other Middle Eastern - New DB Value of 712

Other North African - New DB Value of 713

White


All White ethnicity subgroups map back to DB value of 21.

21800

Armenian - New DB Value of 801

Australian - New DB Value of 802

Basque - New DB Value of 803

British Isles (UK or Ireland) - New DB Value of 804

Canadian - New DB Value of 805

European  - New DB Value of 806

Russian - New DB Value of 807

Ukrainian - New DB Value of 808

Other White - New DB Value of 809 





Release Information for Colleges

The Race & Ethnicity Implementation 2018 is a significant revision to the current, highly-regulated Race & Ethnicity section in CCCApply which is protected by federal law, the Office of Civil Rights, and aligns to various MIS (SB29) and IPEDs (STD10) reporting requirements. The new implementation will be in place before the MIS requirements are updated in Fall 2019. 

CCCApply's objective for this implementation is twofold:

  1. Provide colleges with the same data fields and formats they were getting in the original (legacy) implementation.
  2. Provide a new field with all the new race groups and ethnicity/ancestry subcategories collected in the new layout and disaggregation categories.


We understand that several of the existing race & ethnicity fields (race_group; race_ethnic) align to MIS data elements (and other derived data elements) and colleges have configured data files to map to those MIS requirements. Throughout this implementation, we made it a priority to maintain the existing data output formats and leave these fields unchanged for this purpose. 


In-Progress Applications

For In-Progress applications, there will be no database value mappings. If an application is in-progress at the time of release - and a student had already selected a race/ethnicity, the user will be presented with a client-side error validation message upon resuming that application that advises them of the following:

The Race and/or Ethnicity you have selected is no longer valid. Please go back to the Demographic Information tab and select a new value.

The user should not be able to submit the Apply or International application unless they have chosen a valid database value(s) for race_group and race_ethnicities. Once the new value is chosen, we will store the new value.


Data Formats & Downloads

The new Race & Ethnicity implementation (layout and data) is designed so as to not require colleges to make any changes to their jar file/download client and should be seamlessly backwards compatible. 

The current database is set up to support 21 specific race groups and race ethnicities. With the addition of more and new race_groups and race_categories, we needed to assign new database values to the new race groups and race ethnicities while maintaining the integrity of the existing race_group and race_ethnicity values.

The fields "hispanic", "race_group", and "race_ethnic" (Apply)/"race_ethnicity" (Intl) will remain unchanged. We are adding an additional database column called "race_ethnic_full" which will store the values the user selects for both higher level ethnic groups and the associated sub groups presented in the new UI and in the chart above.  From a download file perspective, colleges should only have to touch their download files if they want to add the new field <race_ethnic_full>, capturing all the new groups and sub-category values.

The fields "hispanic", "race_group", and "race_ethnic"(Apply)/"race_ethnicity" (Intl) are calculated from the user's selections and made available to the college using the same format as previous versions of the applications.


Detailed Field Notes

Hispanic

Data Element: <hispanic>

Notes: No changes, this field is a boolean true/false field that continues to work as in previous version

Example Format: boolean (true/false/null)

Race Group

Data Element: <race_group>

Notes: No changes, this field was intentionally left unchanged

Example Format: Apply: "04, 05, 08, 09, 14, 15, 17, 19, 20, 21", International:  "04,05,08,09,14,15,17,19,20,21" (note lack of spaces for Intl)

Maximum Expected Width: 78 characters (unchanged) (20 * 2 character long values + 18 commas + 18 spaces  + 2 surrounding quote marks for CSV delimiting in the output format)

Race Ethnicity

Data Element: <race_ethnic> (Apply) /  <race_ethnicity> (International)

NotesNo changes, this field was intentionally left unchanged

Example Format: YNYNNNNYNNNNNNNNNYNNN

Maximum Expected Width: 22 characters (unchanged) (22 character long string)

Race Ethnicity Full

Data Element: <race_ethnic_full>

Notes: race_ethnic_full is a new field that will store the CSV separated values for all the ethnicity section selections for both the higher level ethnic groups and the associated sub groups as listed above in the chart.

Example Format: "100,101,117,118,200,205,08,09,500,15,600,601,17,19,602,700,701,713,800,802,803"

Maximum Expected Width: 804 characters (201 * 3 character long values + 199 commas + 2 surrounding quote marks for CSV delimiting in the output format)


College Adaptor Data Element

For GLUE, the new race_ethnic_full data element is called "raceEthnicFull"




Changes by Section

SectionFieldLegacy ImplementationLegacy BackendChange to UIChange to Back-End What colleges need to do
Hispanic / Latino QuestionhispanicYes / No radio buttonsBoolean Y/N or T/F
(Note - corresponds to (01)
NoneNoneNothing, No Change
Race Grouprace_groupPertains only to Hispanic / Latino
Checkboxes

Varying length 

In-Progress Side: Stored the Hispanic/Latino checked values in CSV

Submitted Side: Stored the raw values in CSV for both the Hispanic/Latino section as well as the Ethnicities section

Changed to map to the Ethnicity Groups, new optionsNow stores the Ethnic Group data in CSV FormatAccount for the different meaning of the data coming through, also adjust fixed-width delimited download client format as needed
Race / Ethnicity

race_ethnic (Apply) / race_ethnicity (Intl)

Checkboxes

Varying length 

In-Progress Side: Stored the Ethnicities section checked values in CSV

Submitted Side: stored the YNX MIS Reporting format

UI no longer maps directly to this fieldNow a calculated value that always stores the MIS Reporting format (both in-progress and submitted side)Nothing, No Change
Race / Ethnicity Fullrace_ethnic_fullN/AN/AAdded new Ethnicity subgroup options, changed to map subgroups to this columnNow stores the values for all subgroups in CSV (combines Hispanic/Latino section and other Ethnicities)New Download Client Column, optional for the colleges if they want to download these values
Values that weren't a clear a one-to-one map, we had to change





The only option to keeping the columns the same would be to have implemented ALL 190+ race ethnicities and groups with the same formatting as the odd logic as before (combined use of YN)

Reference: MIS Data Elements 

MIS Data Element

MIS Derived Data Element
SB29 - Multi-EthnicitySTD10 - Student -Ethnicity (Derived Data Element) 
Used for IPEDs reporting

Updated Data Dictionary Tables


Race/Ethnicity

Data Element:

race_ethnic (CCCApply Standard)

race_ethnicity (International)

Description:

Combination of responses to legacy Hispanic/Latino question and ethnicities, and all original race groups and ethnicity values only, as per MIS (SB29) reporting requirements.

Format, Length:

bpchar, 22

No changes were made to this format (2018), it was intentionally left unchanged. Null is allowed in first character position to represent Hispanic/Latino question response.

Example Format: XNYNNNNYNNNNNNNNNYNNN

Maximum Expected Width: 22 characters (22 character long string)

Values:

See Table

Allows Null:

No

Default:

None

Usage:

Correlates to MIS SB29.

Ethnicity is used primarily by agencies affiliated with state reporting and evaluation of educational programs.

This set of questions/data was based on specifications by the U.S. Dept. of Education in effect for all applicants beginning with the Summer 2009 term.

Notes:

(2018) This field is intentionally left unchanged for MIS SB29 reporting purposes.

Ethnicity is sensitive information, protected by federal law and the Office of Civil Rights. Any change to the text, prompt, access, or transmission of this data item must be approved by the Legal Counsel of the CCC Chancellor’s Office and the Office of Civil Rights.

This information may not be provided to staff in the capacity of making a decision to admit an applicant until after the applicant is admitted—that is, uniformly enabled to register for classes.

The basic two-question format, the Hispanic ethnicity and race categories, and certain other aspects such as not requiring responses are IPEDS requirements. Any changes to race groups (categories) or ethnicities (sub-categories) implemented in the 2018 implementation will map back to the original values specified by MIS at the Chancellor's Office (data element SB29).

Note: Regarding new Race & Ethnicity implementation 2018 (v.6.3.0), colleges should continue to use this field as it was originally formatted to comply with the legacy MIS SB29 reporting requirements

Per CCCCO Management Information Systems Division, SB29 will be revised to align with the new race and ethnicity values in Fall 2019. All the new Ethnicities added in December 2018 (v.6.3.0) are available in the new field <race_ethnic_full>

Revision Log:

Layout revised in December 2018. Data values and format intentionally left unchanged.

Char

Race/Ethnicity

Values

1

Hispanic, Latino

‘Are you Hispanic / Latino?’ radio button format:

‘Y’ if ‘Yes’; ‘N’ if ‘No’; otherwise ‘X’

2

Mexican, Mexican-American, Chicano

‘Y’ if box is checked; otherwise ‘N’

3

Central American

‘Y’ if box is checked; otherwise ‘N’

4

South American

‘Y’ if box is checked; otherwise ‘N’

5

Hispanic Other

‘Y’ if box is checked; otherwise ‘N’

6

Asian Indian

‘Y’ if box is checked; otherwise ‘N’

7

Asian Chinese

‘Y’ if box is checked; otherwise ‘N’

8

Asian Japanese

‘Y’ if box is checked; otherwise ‘N’

9

Asian Korean

‘Y’ if box is checked; otherwise ‘N’

10

Asian Laotian

‘Y’ if box is checked; otherwise ‘N’

11

Asian Cambodian

‘Y’ if box is checked; otherwise ‘N’

12

Asian Vietnamese

‘Y’ if box is checked; otherwise ‘N’

13

Asian Filipino

‘Y’ if box is checked; otherwise ‘N’

14

Asian Other

‘Y’ if box is checked; otherwise ‘N’

15

Black or African American

‘Y’ if box is checked; otherwise ‘N’

16

American Indian / Alaskan Native

‘Y’ if box is checked; otherwise ‘N’

17

Pacific Islander Guamanian

‘Y’ if box is checked; otherwise ‘N’

18

Pacific Islander Hawaiian

‘Y’ if box is checked; otherwise ‘N’

19

Pacific Islander Samoan

‘Y’ if box is checked; otherwise ‘N’

20

Pacific Islander Other

‘Y’ if box is checked; otherwise ‘N’

21

White

‘Y’ if box is checked; otherwise ‘N’





Hispanic/Latino


Data Element:

hispanic

Description:

Applicant’s response to ‘Are you Hispanic or Latino?’

Format, Length:

boolean, 1

Values:

1 = True/Yes, 0 = False/No

If Null, the value will appear as blank in the downloads and Report Center.

Allows Null:

Yes (see above)

Default:

None

Usage:

New 12.07.18:  This element ‘hispanic’ and "race_group' are used to derive 'race_ethnic" (Apply) and 'race_ethnicity' (International), which is still used for MIS (SB29) reporting.

NOTE: MIS will update SB29 to match new configuration in Fall 2019.

Notes:

Ethnicity is sensitive information, protected by federal law and the Office of Civil Rights. Any change to the text, prompt, access, or transmission of this data item must be approved by the Legal Counsel of the CCC Chancellor’s Office and the Office of Civil Rights.


This information may not be provided to staff in the capacity of making a decision to admit an applicant until after the applicant is admitted—that is, uniformly enabled to register for classes.

Revision Log:

Layout revised in December 2018. Data values and format intentionally left unchanged.

Onscreen Question Text:

Are you Hispanic or Latino?

Yes [radio button, clearable]       No [radio button, clearable]

Conditions:

Always

Additional Text:

"Per U.S. Department of Education guidelines, colleges are required to collect this racial and ethnic data.

Check the box below if you identify as Hispanic or Latino. If you indicate that you are Hispanic or Latino, you will have the option to select more specific ancestry groups."

Response Options:

Yes or No or X = No response

Pop-Up Help:

None

Field Error Check:

None

Page Error Check:

None; optional response per IPEDS and CCCCO.

Notes:

Ethnicity is sensitive information, protected by federal law and the Office of Civil Rights. Any change to the text, prompt, access, or transmission of this data item must be approved by the Legal Counsel of the CCC Chancellor’s Office and the Office of Civil Rights.

This information may not be provided to staff in the capacity of making a decision to admit an applicant until after the applicant is admitted—that is, uniformly enabled to register for classes.

Data Element:

hispanic




Race Group


Data Element:

race_group

Description:

Legacy data field indicating the combination of original (pre-2018) Race Group (categories) and Ethnicity (subcategories) responses to all questions except ‘Are you Hispanic or Latino?’

Format, Length:

Varchar, 80 characters (unchanged) (20 * 2 character long values + 19 commas + 19 spaces  + 2 surrounding quote marks for CSV delimiting in the output format)

Database stores as text string

Example Format: "04, 05, 08, 09, 14, 15, 17, 19, 20, 21"


(Note: International:  "04,05,08,09,14,15,17,19,20,21" (note lack of spaces for Intl))

Notes: No changes, this field was intentionally left unchanged

Values:

String of combined original (pre-2018) codes are stored only, delimited by comma and spaces between each code.

02 = Mexican, Mexican-American, Chicano
03 = Central American
04 = South American
05 = Hispanic: Other
06 = Asian: Indian
07 = Asian: Chinese
08 = Asian: Japanese
09 = Asian: Korean
10 = Asian: Laotian
11 = Asian: Cambodian
12 = Asian: Vietnamese
13 = Asian: Filipino
14 = Asian: Other
15 = Black or African American
16 = American Indian / Alaskan Native
17 = Pacific Islander: Guamanian
18 = Pacific Islander: Hawaiian
19 = Pacific Islander: Samoan
20 = Pacific Islander: Other
21 = White


In order to keep this field unchanged from its original format (pre-2018) ONLY the original race and ethnicities values are stored in this field in the database.  

Allows Null:

Yes

Default:

None

Usage:

This data element continues to store the original (legacy) race and ethnicity values only, including Hispanic/Latino, for compliance with historical MIS reporting requirements.

No changes made during the 2018 implementation; this field was intentionally left unchanged.

Notes:

Ethnicity is sensitive information, protected by federal law and the Office of Civil Rights. Any change to the text, prompt, access, or transmission of this data item must be approved by the Legal Counsel of the CCC Chancellor’s Office and the Office of Civil Rights.

This information may not be provided to staff in the capacity of making a decision to admit an applicant until after the applicant is admitted—that is, uniformly enabled to register for classes.

The basic two-question format, the Hispanic ethnicity and race categories, and certain other aspects such as not requiring responses are IPEDS requirements.

Revision Log:

Layout revised in December 2018. Data values and format intentionally left unchanged.

2018 Onscreen Question Text Only:

"Check all of the ethnicity and ancestry groups that you identify with. When you select a major ethnicity group, you will have the option to select more specific ancestry groups. Select all that apply."

[checkbox] Asian
[checkbox] American Indian or Alaska Native
[checkbox] Black or African American
[checkbox] Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
[checkbox] Middle Eastern or North African
[checkbox] White

Conditions:

Always

Response Options Stored Only:

Any combination of the following (legacy) checkboxes can be checked, from none to all.

Mexican, Mexican-American, Chicano (2018: displayed as subcategory under Hispanic/Latino)

Central American   (2018: displayed as subcategory under Hispanic/Latino)

South American   (2018: displayed as subcategory under Hispanic/Latino)

Hispanic Other   (2018: displayed as subcategory under Hispanic/Latino)

Asian Indian   (2018: displayed as subcategory under Asian race group)

Asian Chinese   (2018: displayed as subcategory under Asian race group)

Asian Japanese   (2018: displayed as subcategory under Asian race group)

Asian Korean   (2018: displayed as subcategory under Asian race group)

Asian Laotian   (2018: displayed as subcategory under Asian race group)

Asian Cambodian   (2018: displayed as subcategory under Asian race group)

Asian: Vietnamese   (2018: displayed as subcategory under Asian race group)

Asian: Filipino   (2018: displayed as subcategory under Asian race group)

Asian: Other   (2018: displayed as subcategory under Asian race group)

Black or African American   (2018: displayed as same race group category)

American Indian / Alaskan Native   (2018: displayed as same race group category)

Pacific Islander: Guamanian   (2018: displayed as subcategory under Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander)

Pacific Islander: Hawaiian   (2018: displayed as subcategory under Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander)

Pacific Islander: Samoan   (2018: displayed as subcategory under Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander)

Pacific Islander: Other   (2018: displayed as subcategory under Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander)

White   (2018: displayed as same race group category)

Field Error Check:

None

Page Error Check:

None; optional response per IPEDS and CCCCO.

Notes:

This field left intentionally unchanged (2018). See note for Hispanic/Latino (previous table).

Data Element:

race_group




Race & Ethnicity Full


Data Element:

race_ethnic_full

Description:

New data field added in 2018 to collect full combination of all responses of all new race groups and ethnicities (subcategories) values in 2018 implementation.

Format, Length:

Stores CSV separated values of all selected onscreen checkbox responses of new 2018 race groups (categories) and ethnicities (subcategories).

Maximum Expected Width: 805 characters (201 * 3 character long values + 200 commas + 2 surrounding quote marks for CSV delimiting in the output format)


Example Format
: "100,101,117,118,200,205,08,09,500,15,600,601,17,19,602,700,701,713,800,802,803"

Values:

String of all new 2018 expanded race group and ethnicity-ancestry checkbox values that are checked, delimited by commas with no spaces between each code.

See table breakdown of full 2018 race & ethnicity names and values below.

Allows Null:

Yes

Default:

None

Usage:

New data field added in 2018 to collect full combination of all responses of all new race groups and ethnicities (subcategories) values added in Ethnicity-Ancestry Expansion of 2018.

Does not align to current MIS data elements. Used for research and student equity purposes.

Onscreen 2018 Question Text:

"Check all of the ethnicity and ancestry groups that you identify with. When you select a major ethnicity group, you will have the option to select more specific ancestry groups. Select all that apply."

Conditions:

Always

Response Options:

See full list of 2018 race group (categories) and ethnicity-ancestry (sub-categories) checkboxes / response options in table below.

There are a total of 194 possible values for the data field. 

Any combination of checkboxes can be checked, from none to all.

Field Error Check:

None

Page Error Check:

None; optional response per IPEDS and CCCCO.

Legal Notes:

Ethnicity is sensitive information, protected by federal law and the Office of Civil Rights. Any change to the text, prompt, access, or transmission of this data item must be approved by the Legal Counsel of the CCC Chancellor’s Office and the Office of Civil Rights.

This information may not be provided to staff in the capacity of making a decision to admit an applicant until after the applicant is admitted—that is, uniformly enabled to register for classes.

New data field added to collect all new race groups (categories) and ethnicities (subcategories) as part of the Ethnicity-Ancestry Expansion of 2018.

Field Notes:

There are a total of 194 possible values for the data field. 

Each race group contains one or more ethnicities, which are displayed as checkboxes when selected by a respondent.

Revision Log:

New 12.07.18 (v.6.3.0)

Data Element:

race_ethnic_full


Table: Breakdown of Race & Ethnicity Full Names and Values

Legacy Race Group Names (race_group)

Legacy Race Group Values
(race_group)

New Race Group Values in Race Ethnicity FULL
(race_ethnic_full)

NEW Ethnicity Names & Values
in Race Ethnicity FULL
(race_ethnic_full)

Hispanic or Latino

01

100


Mexican, Mexican-American, Chicano

02


Mexican - New value = 111

Central American

03


Costa Rican - New value = 105

Guatemalan - New value = 109

Honduran - New value = 110

Nicaraguan - New value = 112

Panamanian - New value = 113

Salvadoran - New value = 116

South American

04


Argentinean - New value = 101

Bolivian - New value = 102

Chilean - New value = 103

Colombian - New value = 104

Ecuadorian - New value = 108

Peruvian - New value = 114

Venezuelan - New value = 118

Hispanic, Other

05


Cuban - New value = 106

(Dominican Republic) - New value = 107

Puerto Rican - New value = 115

Spanish - New value = 117

Other Hispanic / Latino - New value = 119

Asian


200

(This is a new Race Group)

Asian: Indian

06


Afghan - New value = 201

Bangladeshi - New value = 202

Burmese/Myanmar - New value = 203

Indian – (Stays = 06)

Pakistani - New value = 206

Sri Lankan - New value = 207

Asian: Chinese

07


Chinese - (Stays = 07)

Asian: Japanese

08


Japanese(Stays = 08)

Asian: Korean

09


Korean - (Stays = 09)

Asian: Laotian

10


Laotian(Stays = 10)

Asian: Cambodian

11


Cambodian - (Stays = 11)

Asian: Vietnamese

12


Vietnamese - (Stays = 12)

Asian: Filipino

13


Filipino - (Stays = 13)

Asian: Other

14


Hmong - New value = 204

Indonesian - New value = 205

Other Asian - (Stays = 14)

Taiwanese - New value = 208
Thai - New value = 209

American Indian
or Alaska Native

16

300


All of the Native American Indian / Alaskan Native Tribes & Nations will map back to value = "16"





Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians - New value = 301

Alturas Indian Rancheria - New value = 302

Augustine of Cahuilla - New value = 303

Aztec or Mixtec - New value = 304

Bear River Rohnerville - New value = 305

Berry Creek Ranch Maidu - New value = 306

Big Lagoon Rancheria - New value = 307

Big Pine Band Paiute - New value = 308

Big Sandy Rancheria - New value = 309

Big Valley Pomo Indians - New value = 310

Bishop Pauite Tribe - New value = 311

Blue Lake Rancheria - New value = 312

Bridgeport Indian Colony - New value = 313

Buena Vista of Me-Wuk - New value = 314

Cabazon Band Indians - New value = 315

Cachil DeHe Band of Wintun Indians - New value = 316

Cahuilla Band of Mission Indians - New value = 317

Cahto Indian Tribe Laytonville Rancheria - New value = 318

California Valley Miwok Tribe - New value = 319

Campo Band of Diegueño Mission Indians - New value = 320

Capitan Grande of Diegueño Mission - New value = 321

Cedarville Rancheria - New value = 322

Chemehuevi Indian Tribe Reservation - New value = 323

Cher-Ae Heights Indian Trinidad Rancheria - New value = 324

Cherokee - New value = 325

Chicken Ranch Rancheria of Me-Wuk - New value = 326

Chippewa - New value = 327

Cloverdale Rancheria of Pomo of California - New value = 328

Cold Springs of Mono Indians of California - New value = 329

Colorado River Indian Tribes (AZ and CA) - New value = 330

Cortina Indian Ranch of Wintun Indians - New value = 331

Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians of CA - New value = 332

Death Valley Timbi-Sha Shoshone Tribe - New value = 333

Dry Creek Rancheria of Pomo Indians - New value = 334

Elem Indian Colony of Pomo Sulphur Bank - New value = 335

Elk Valley Rancheria - New value = 336

Enterprise Rancheria of Maidu of Calif - New value = 337

Ewiiaapaayp Band of Kumeyaay Indians - New value = 338

Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria - New value = 339

Fort Bidwell Indian Community of CA – New value = 340

Ft Independence Indian Comm of Paiute - New value = 341

Fort Mojave Indian Tribe (AZ, CA, and NV) - New value = 342

Greenville Rancheria - New value = 343

Grindstone Indians Wintun-Wailaki of CA - New value = 344

Guidiville Rancheria of California - New value = 345

Habematolel Pomo of Upper Lake - New value = 346

Hoopa Valley Tribe - New value = 347

Hopland Band of Pomo Indians - New value = 348

Inaja Band of Diegueño Mission - New value = 349

Ione Band of Miwok Indians of California - New value = 350

Jackson Band of Miwuk Indians - New value = 351

Jamul Indian Village of California - New value = 352

Karuk Tribe  - New value = 353

Kashia Band of Pomo of Stewart’s Point - New value = 354

Koi Nation of Northern California - New value = 355

La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians  - New value = 356

La Posta Band of Diegueño Mission - New value = 357

Lone Pine Paiute-Shoshone Tribe - New value = 358

Los Coyotes of Cahuilla & Cupeno Indians  - New value = 359

Lytton Rancheria of California - New value = 360

Manchester Band of Pomo Indians - New value = 361

Manzanita Band of Diegueño Mission - New value = 362

Mechoopda Indian Tribe of Chico - New value = 363

Mesa Grande Band of Diegueño Mission - New value = 364

Middletown Rancheria of Pomo Indians CA - New value = 365

Mooretown Rancheria of Maidu Indians  - New value = 366

Morongo Band of Cahuilla Mission Indians - New value = 367

Navajo - New value = 368

Northfork Rancheria of Mono Indians - New value = 369

Pala Band of Luiseño Mission Indians - New value = 370

Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians of CA - New value = 371

Pauma Band of Luiseño Mission Indians - New value = 372

Pechanga Band of Luiseño Mission Indians - New value = 373

Picayune Rancheria of Chukchansi Indians - New value = 374

Pinoleville Pomo Nation - New value = 375

Pit River Tribe - New value = 376

Potter Valley Tribe - New value = 377

Quartz Valley Indian Community - New value = 378

Quechan Tribe of the Fort Yuma Indian - New value = 379

Ramona Band of Cahuilla - New value = 380

Redding Rancheria - New value = 381

Redwood Valley Little River Band of Pomo - New value = 382

Resighini Rancheria - New value = 383

Rincon Band of Luiseño Mission Indians - New value = 384

Robinson Rancheria - New value = 385

Round Valley Indian Tribes, Round Valley - New value = 386

San Manual Band Serrano Mission Indians - New value = 387

San Pasqual Band of Diegueño Mission - New value = 388

Santa Rosa Indian Community - New value = 389

Santa Rosa Band of Cahuilla Indians) - New value = 390

Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Mission - New value = 391

Lipay Nation of Santa Ysabel - New value = 392

Scotts Valley Band of Pomo Indians of CA - New value = 393

Sheep Ranch of Me-Wuk Indians - New value = 394

Sherwood Valley Rancheria of Pomo - New value = 395

Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians - New value = 396

Sioux - New value = 397

Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians - New value = 398

Susanville Indian Rancheria - New value = 399

Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation - New value = 401

Table Mountain Rancheria of California - New value = 402

Tejon Indian Tribe - New value = 403

Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation - New value = 404

Torres-Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians - New value = 405

Tule River Indian Tribe of the Tule River - New value = 406

Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians - New value = 407

Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission - New value = 408

United Auburn Indian of the Auburn - New value = 409

Upper Lake Band of Pomo Indians - New value = 410

Utu Utu Gwaitu Paiute Tribe Benton Paiute - New value = 411

Washoe Tribe ((California and Nevada) - New value = 412

Wilton Rancheria - New value = 413

Wiyot Tribe (formerly the Table Bluff) - New value = 414

Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation  - New value = 415

Yurok Tribe of the Yurok Reservation - New value = 416

Zapotec - New value = 417

Other American Indian - New value = 418
Other Alaska Native - New value = 419

Black or African American 

15

500


Note: All of the following ethnicity responses will map back to the legacy value for "Black or African American" = 15

15


African American - (Stays = 15)

Subsaharan African: Ethiopian - New value = 501

Subsaharan African: Kenyan - New value = 502

Subsaharan African: Nigerian - New value = 503

Subsaharan African: Somali - New value = 504

Subsaharan African: South African - New value = 505

Subsaharan African: Other Subsaharan - New value = 506

West Indian: Belizean - New value = 507

West Indian: Haitian -  New value = 508

West Indian: Jamaican - New value = 509
West Indian: Other West Indian - New value = 510

Native Hawaiian or
Other Pacific Islander
 


600

(This is a new Race Group)

Pacific Islander: Guamanian

17


Guamanian or Chamorro - (Stays = 17)

Pacific Islander: Hawaiian

18


Native Hawaiian - (Stays = 18)

Pacific Islander: Samoan

19


Samoan - (Stays = 19)

Tongan - New value = 602

Pacific Islander: Other

20


Fijian - New value = 601

Other Pacific Islander - (Stays = 20)

Middle Eastern or North African


700

(This is a new Race Group)

Note: All of these new ethnicity responses will be mapped to the legacy value for "White" = 21



Assyrian, Syriac or Chaldean - New value = 701

Egyptian - New value = 702

Iranian or Persian - New value = 703

Iraqi - New value = 704

Israeli - New value = 705

Jordanian - New value = 706

Lebanese - New value = 707

Moroccan - New value = 708

Palestinian - New value = 709

Syrian - New value = 710

Turkish - New value = 711

Other Middle Eastern - New value = 712

Other North African - New value = 713


White

21

800


Note:  All of these new ethnicity responses will be mapped to the legacy value for "White" = 21



Armenian - New value = 801

Australian - New value = 802

Basque - New value = 803

British Isles (UK or Ireland) - New value = 804

Canadian - New value = 805

European  - New value = 806

Russian - New value = 807

Ukrainian - New value = 808

Other White - New value = 809