The EEO-5 survey is a compliance survey required by Federal law and regulation. The survey is biennial, conducted in even-numbered years. This survey is a joint requirement of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Office for Civil Rights of the Department of Education. All three agencies use the data collected on this survey for their respective equal employment opportunity programs. This survey is a compliance survey required by Federal Law and accompanying regulations of the above agencies.
Who Must File?
Every public elementary and secondary school system or district, including every individually or separately administered district within a system, and every separately administered school, with 15 or more employees, and every individual school regardless of its size, within such system or district, is required to make or keep all records necessary for completing and filing the report EEO-5, whether or not it is required to file the report in any particular year.
Biennially, in the even numbered years, the School Reporting Committee will determine which of these systems, districts, and schools will be required to file report EEO-5, and will notify them of that fact when it mails them the form.
Please file this report only if you are a public school district with 100 or more employees. If you have less than 100 employees please notify the EEO-5 reporting center with this information on your district's letterhead, including a signature, by mail, email for fax.
Filing using the revised FORM 168A EEOC race and ethnicity categories approved by EEOC and Office of Management and Budget (OMB) expiring on April 30, 2021.
Filing Deadline:November 30, 2018.
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