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Four-Year Graduation Rate 2015-16 March 2017
The percentage of students that enrolled in the 9th grade and graduated from high school four years later.
Five-Year Graduation Rate 2015-16 March 2017
The total percentage of graduates that includes both those who graduated on time with their original 9th grade cohort and those in the same cohort who graduated a year later, after five years in high school.
Student Characteristics 2016-17 December 2016
A variety of data on Subsidized Lunch, Racial/Ethnic Backgrounds, ESL/Bilingual Education Services, and Special Education Services.
Stability/Mobility 2015-16 November 2016
Stability data tracks the proportion of students who stayed in the same school throughout the school year, while Mobility data tracks the rate of student turnover.
Attendance Rate 2015-16 November 2016
The percentage of time enrolled students were present during the required 180 instructional days per year.
SAT Math, Reading, Writing 2015-16 October 2016
The Scholastic Assessment Test, a college admission test that is not part of Rhode Island's assessment program, but which most colleges require as part of the application process.
Accountability 2015-16 October 2016
As a result of the 2012 waiver to certain NCLB requirements, RIDE has revised its accountability report card to reflect the new system.
NECAP Science 2015-16 September 2016
NECAP data is used by the state primarily to assess school improvement to meet the accountability requirements of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) federal law.
Chronic Absenteeism 2015-16 September 2016
The percentage of students who missed 10% or more school days during the year.
PARCC English Language Arts/Literacy, Math 2015-16 August 2016
PARCC assessments test whether our students are on track to be successful in college and careers after graduation, following the Common Core State Standards. PARCC data are used by the state to assess school improvement to meet the accountability requirements of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) federal law.
Uniform Chart of Accounts (UCOA) 2013-14 June 2016
UCOA is a fiscal reporting system that allows every school and district to post their detailed financial information using exactly the same methods and account.
Accountability 2014-15 June 2016
As a result of the 2012 waiver to certain NCLB requirements, RIDE has revised its accountability report card to reflect the new system.
Teacher Quality 2014-15 May 2016
RIDE collects data from all schools and districts that determine what percentage of classes are taught by 'highly qualified teachers.'
Suspension Rate 2014-15 April 2016
Suspension rate is the number of incidents of suspensions per 100 students enrolled. Tables also include an unduplicated count of the number of students who were suspended one or more times, the total number of days students spent in suspension, and a summary of disciplinary responses.
Suspension Infractions 2014-15 April 2016
Data that includes both Consequences and Infractions related to Student Suspension.
Four-Year Graduation Rate 2014-15 February 2016
The percentage of students that enrolled in the 9th grade and graduated from high school four years later.
Five-Year Graduation Rate 2014-15 February 2016
The total percentage of graduates that includes both those who graduated on time with their original 9th grade cohort and those in the same cohort who graduated a year later, after five years in high school.
Attendance Rate 2014-15 February 2016
The percentage of time enrolled students were present during the required 180 instructional days per year.
Chronic Absenteeism 2014-15 February 2016
The percentage of students who missed 10% or more school days during the year.
Student Characteristics 2015-16 January 2016
A variety of data on Subsidized Lunch, Racial/Ethnic Backgrounds, ESL/Bilingual Education Services, and Special Education Services.
Stability/Mobility 2014-15 January 2016
Stability data tracks the proportion of students who stayed in the same school throughout the school year, while Mobility data tracks the rate of student turnover.
AP Exams 2014-15 January 2016
Advanced Placement Exams assess college-level learning in 37 subject areas.
NECAP Science 2014-15 November 2015
NECAP data is used by the state primarily to assess school improvement to meet the accountability requirements of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) federal law.
SAT Math, Reading, Writing 2014-15 November 2015
The Scholastic Assessment Test, a college admission test that is not part of Rhode Island's assessment program, but which most colleges require as part of the application process.
PARCC English Language Arts/Literacy, Math 2014-15 November 2015
PARCC assessments test whether our students are on track to be successful in college and careers after graduation, following the Common Core State Standards. PARCC data are used by the state to assess school improvement to meet the accountability requirements of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) federal law.
National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) 2014-15 November 2015
NAEP is often called "the gold standard" of educational testing in the United States. Exams are administered every two years in math and reading, and on a more occasional basis in writing and other subjects.
Developmental Reading Assessment 2013-14 August 2015
DRA results are required for accountability purposes in schools where the highest grade is first grade, per the federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) law.
Student Characteristics 2014-15 July 2015
A variety of data on Subsidized Lunch, Racial/Ethnic Backgrounds, ESL/Bilingual Education Services, and Special Education Services.
Teacher Quality 2013-14 July 2015
RIDE collects data from all schools and districts that determine what percentage of classes are taught by 'highly qualified teachers.'
Suspension Rate 2013-14 March 2015
Suspension rate is the number of incidents of suspensions per 100 students enrolled. Tables also include an unduplicated count of the number of students who were suspended one or more times, the total number of days students spent in suspension, and a summary of disciplinary responses.
Suspension Infractions 2013-14 March 2015
Data that includes both Consequences and Infractions related to Student Suspension.
Suspension Rate 2012-13 March 2015
Suspension rate is the number of incidents of suspensions per 100 students enrolled. Tables also include an unduplicated count of the number of students who were suspended one or more times, the total number of days students spent in suspension, and a summary of disciplinary responses.
Suspension Rate 2011-12 March 2015
Suspension rate is the number of incidents of suspensions per 100 students enrolled. Tables also include an unduplicated count of the number of students who were suspended one or more times, the total number of days students spent in suspension, and a summary of disciplinary responses.
Four-Year Graduation Rate 2013-14 February 2015
The percentage of students that enrolled in the 9th grade and graduated from high school four years later.
Five-Year Graduation Rate 2013-14 February 2015
The total percentage of graduates that includes both those who graduated on time with their original 9th grade cohort and those in the same cohort who graduated a year later, after five years in high school.
NECAP Science 2013-14 January 2015
NECAP data is used by the state primarily to assess school improvement to meet the accountability requirements of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) federal law.
SAT Math, Reading, Writing 2013-14 November 2014
The Scholastic Assessment Test, a college admission test that is not part of Rhode Island's assessment program, but which most colleges require as part of the application process.
AP Exams 2013-14 November 2014
Advanced Placement Exams assess college-level learning in 37 subject areas.
Uniform Chart of Accounts (UCOA) 2012-13 October 2014
UCOA is a fiscal reporting system that allows every school and district to post their detailed financial information using exactly the same methods and account.
Chronic Absenteeism 2013-14 September 2014
The percentage of students who missed 10% or more school days during the year.
Attendance Rate 2013-14 September 2014
The percentage of time enrolled students were present during the required 180 instructional days per year.
Stability/Mobility 2013-14 September 2014
Stability data tracks the proportion of students who stayed in the same school throughout the school year, while Mobility data tracks the rate of student turnover.
Stability/Mobility 2012-13 September 2014
Stability data tracks the proportion of students who stayed in the same school throughout the school year, while Mobility data tracks the rate of student turnover.
National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) 2012-13 August 2014
NAEP is often called "the gold standard" of educational testing in the United States. Exams are administered every two years in math and reading, and on a more occasional basis in writing and other subjects.
Student Characteristics 2013-14 July 2014
A variety of data on Subsidized Lunch, Racial/Ethnic Backgrounds, ESL/Bilingual Education Services, and Special Education Services.
Accountability 2013-14 July 2014
As a result of the 2012 waiver to certain NCLB requirements, RIDE has revised its accountability report card to reflect the new system.
SurveyWorks Reports 2013-14 July 2014
These surveys collect perceptions-and-opinions data from students, parents, teachers, and administrators.
Suspension Infractions 2012-13 July 2014
Data that includes both Consequences and Infractions related to Student Suspension.
Teacher Quality 2012-13 May 2014
RIDE collects data from all schools and districts that determine what percentage of classes are taught by 'highly qualified teachers.'
Teacher Quality 2011-12 May 2014
RIDE collects data from all schools and districts that determine what percentage of classes are taught by 'highly qualified teachers.'
Uniform Chart of Accounts (UCOA) 2011-12 May 2014
UCOA is a fiscal reporting system that allows every school and district to post their detailed financial information using exactly the same methods and account.
NECAP Math, Reading, Writing 2013-14 April 2014
NECAP data is used by the state primarily to assess school improvement to meet the accountability requirements of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) federal law.
Four-Year Graduation Rate 2012-13 April 2014
The percentage of students that enrolled in the 9th grade and graduated from high school four years later.
Five-Year Graduation Rate 2012-13 April 2014
The total percentage of graduates that includes both those who graduated on time with their original 9th grade cohort and those in the same cohort who graduated a year later, after five years in high school.
AP Exams 2012-13 March 2014
Advanced Placement Exams assess college-level learning in 37 subject areas.
Attendance Rate 2012-13 November 2013
The percentage of time enrolled students were present during the required 180 instructional days per year.
Chronic Absenteeism 2012-13 November 2013
The percentage of students who missed 10% or more school days during the year.
NECAP Science 2012-13 November 2013
NECAP data is used by the state primarily to assess school improvement to meet the accountability requirements of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) federal law.
Developmental Reading Assessment 2012-13 November 2013
DRA results are required for accountability purposes in schools where the highest grade is first grade, per the federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) law.
Developmental Reading Assessment 2011-12 November 2013
DRA results are required for accountability purposes in schools where the highest grade is first grade, per the federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) law.
SAT Math, Reading, Writing 2012-13 October 2013
The Scholastic Assessment Test, a college admission test that is not part of Rhode Island's assessment program, but which most colleges require as part of the application process.
SurveyWorks Reports 2012-13 August 2013
These surveys collect perceptions-and-opinions data from students, parents, teachers, and administrators.
NECAP Math, Reading, Writing 2012-13 July 2013
NECAP data is used by the state primarily to assess school improvement to meet the accountability requirements of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) federal law.
Accountability 2012-13 July 2013
As a result of the 2012 waiver to certain NCLB requirements, RIDE has revised its accountability report card to reflect the new system.
Four-Year Graduation Rate 2011-12 June 2013
The percentage of students that enrolled in the 9th grade and graduated from high school four years later.
Five-Year Graduation Rate 2011-12 June 2013
The total percentage of graduates that includes both those who graduated on time with their original 9th grade cohort and those in the same cohort who graduated a year later, after five years in high school.
Student Characteristics 2012-13 April 2013
A variety of data on Subsidized Lunch, Racial/Ethnic Backgrounds, ESL/Bilingual Education Services, and Special Education Services.
Chronic Absenteeism 2011-12 April 2013
The percentage of students who missed 10% or more school days during the year.
Accountability 2011-12 March 2013
As a result of the 2012 waiver to certain NCLB requirements, RIDE has revised its accountability report card to reflect the new system.
Suspension Infractions 2011-12 December 2012
Data that includes both Consequences and Infractions related to Student Suspension.
Uniform Chart of Accounts (UCOA) 2010-11 December 2012
UCOA is a fiscal reporting system that allows every school and district to post their detailed financial information using exactly the same methods and account.
AP Exams 2011-12 December 2012
Advanced Placement Exams assess college-level learning in 37 subject areas.
Attendance Rate 2011-12 December 2012
The percentage of time enrolled students were present during the required 180 instructional days per year.
Stability/Mobility 2011-12 December 2012
Stability data tracks the proportion of students who stayed in the same school throughout the school year, while Mobility data tracks the rate of student turnover.
SAT Math, Reading, Writing 2011-12 December 2012
The Scholastic Assessment Test, a college admission test that is not part of Rhode Island's assessment program, but which most colleges require as part of the application process.
NECAP Science 2011-12 December 2012
NECAP data is used by the state primarily to assess school improvement to meet the accountability requirements of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) federal law.
SurveyWorks Reports 2011-12 July 2012
These surveys collect perceptions-and-opinions data from students, parents, teachers, and administrators. Note: This update adds reports for some LEAs (Local Education Authority, i.e. school district or state-operated or charter school) which were unavailable in the prior update in June 2012.
Suspension Infractions 2010-11 July 2012
Data that includes both Consequences and Infractions related to Student Suspension.
NECAP Math, Reading, Writing 2011-12 June 2012
NECAP data is used by the state primarily to assess school improvement to meet the accountability requirements of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) federal law. Note: This update adds disaggregated results, such as breakdown by Ethnicity or Gender, which were unavailable in the prior update in February 2012.
SurveyWorks Reports 2011-12 June 2012
These surveys collect perceptions-and-opinions data from students, parents, teachers, and administrators. Note: This update does not include reports for LEAs (Local Education Authority, i.e. school district or state-operated or charter school).
Student Characteristics 2011-12 June 2012
A variety of data on Subsidized Lunch, Racial/Ethnic Backgrounds, ESL/Bilingual Education Services, and Special Education Services.
Uniform Chart of Accounts (UCOA) 2009-10 April 2012
UCOA is a fiscal reporting system that allows every school and district to post their detailed financial information using exactly the same methods and account.
National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) 2010-11 April 2012
NAEP is often called "the gold standard" of educational testing in the United States. Exams are administered every two years in math and reading, and on a more occasional basis in writing and other subjects.
Four-Year Graduation Rate 2010-11 April 2012
The percentage of students that enrolled in the 9th grade and graduated from high school four years later.
Five-Year Graduation Rate 2010-11 April 2012
The total percentage of graduates that includes both those who graduated on time with their original 9th grade cohort and those in the same cohort who graduated a year later, after five years in high school.
NECAP Math, Reading, Writing 2011-12 February 2012
NECAP data is used by the state primarily to assess school improvement to meet the accountability requirements of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) federal law. Note: This update does not include any disaggregated results such as breakdown by Ethnicity or Gender.
Attendance Rate 2010-11 February 2012
The percentage of time enrolled students were present during the required 180 instructional days per year.
Chronic Absenteeism 2010-11 February 2012
The percentage of students who missed 10% or more school days during the year.
Stability/Mobility 2010-11 November 2011
Stability data tracks the proportion of students who stayed in the same school throughout the school year, while Mobility data tracks the rate of student turnover.
SurveyWorks Reports 2010-11 November 2011
These surveys collect perceptions-and-opinions data from students, parents, teachers, and administrators.
Developmental Reading Assessment 2010-11 October 2011
DRA results are required for accountability purposes in schools where the highest grade is first grade, per the federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) law.
Tax and Spending FY2009 October 2011
Tax and Spending data points are selected to give the public a comparative sense of each district's ability and effort to support public education.
NECAP Science 2010-11 October 2011
NECAP data is used by the state primarily to assess school improvement to meet the accountability requirements of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) federal law.
AP Exams 2010-11 October 2011
Advanced Placement Exams assess college-level learning in 37 subject areas.
Teacher Quality 2010-11 September 2011
RIDE collects data from all schools and districts that determine what percentage of classes are taught by 'highly qualified teachers.'
SAT Math, Reading, Writing 2010-11 September 2011
The Scholastic Assessment Test, a college admission test that is not part of Rhode Island's assessment program, but which most colleges require as part of the application process.
Stability/Mobility 2009-10 June 2011
Stability data tracks the proportion of students who stayed in the same school throughout the school year, while Mobility data tracks the rate of student turnover.
Student Characteristics 2010-11 June 2011
A variety of data on Subsidized Lunch, Racial/Ethnic Backgrounds, ESL/Bilingual Education Services, and Special Education Services.
Developmental Reading Assessment 2009-10 June 2011
DRA results are required for accountability purposes in schools where the highest grade is first grade, per the federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) law.
Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) 2010-11 June 2011
AYP data gives the public a sense of whether individual schools are making progress in their efforts to improve their curriculum, the quality of their teaching, school climate, and more.
SAT Math, Reading, Writing 2009-10 May 2011
The Scholastic Assessment Test, a college admission test that is not part of Rhode Island's assessment program, but which most colleges require as part of the application process.
AP Exams 2009-10 May 2011
Advanced Placement Exams assess college-level learning in 37 subject areas.
Suspension Infractions 2009-10 May 2011
Data that includes both Consequences and Infractions related to Student Suspension.
Four-Year Graduation Rate 2009-10 April 2011
The percentage of students that enrolled in the 9th grade and graduated from high school four years later.
Five-Year Graduation Rate 2009-10 April 2011
The total percentage of graduates that includes both those who graduated on time with their original 9th grade cohort and those in the same cohort who graduated a year later, after five years in high school.
Attendance Rate 2009-10 April 2011
The percentage of time enrolled students were present during the required 180 instructional days per year.
NECAP Math, Reading, Writing 2010-11 February 2011
NECAP data is used by the state primarily to assess school improvement to meet the accountability requirements of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) federal law.
SurveyWorks Reports 2009-10 February 2011
These surveys collect perceptions-and-opinions data from students, parents, teachers, and administrators.
NECAP Science 2009-10 November 2010
NECAP data is used by the state primarily to assess school improvement to meet the accountability requirements of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) federal law.