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2017-2018 School and District Report Cards
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Thursday, February 28, 2019
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2017-18 School and District Report Cards

 

We are excited to announce the release of the 2017-2018 School and District Report Cards at Florida’s education reports portal, EduData (http://edudata.fldoe.org)

This site includes School and District Report Cards redesigned to meet the requirements outlined in the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), the report cards will serve as a valuable resource for understanding important information about Florida’s districts and schools. 

 

Purpose

The report cards offer greater transparency into how the state, districts and schools are doing with regard to student achievement and success, including subgroup information,  as required by ESSA: 

 

Components

  • Overall summative rating (district grade, school grade or school improvement rating); 
  • Breakdown of each component in the overall rating
  • Whether a school is identified for support and detailed reasons for the identification
  • Academic achievement, growth and participation, including alternate assessment participation
  • English Language Leaners’ proficiency and progress
  • Middle school and college and career acceleration
  • Discipline and attendance
  • Graduation and postsecondary continuation
  • Long-term goals and interim progress
  • Accelerated course enrollment
  • Preschool enrollment.  

 

Provide Feedback

The goal of this launch is to provide parents, educators and stakeholders with an opportunity to preview the report cards and, most importantly, provide valuable feedback on their content, features and functionality in order to improve the report cards going forward. On the website EduData (http://edudata.fldoe.orgthere is a feedback survey and an opportunity to sign up for updates.

 

Coming Soon 

  • Educator qualifications and equity
  • Per-pupil expenditures 
  • National assessment data.  
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