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Explore high-value preschool through grade 12 data collected by the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education

Data Spotlight

10/13/23: Check out our recent dashboard additions for SY2021-2022 Title I, Part D, Subpart 1, and Subpart 2. Data for both programs can be downloaded using our customizable data download tool or from our data library for Subpart 1, and Subpart 2.

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Browse State and Local data related to program participation, achievement and funding.


Reports, tools, guides & more

Find reports, analysis tools and briefs, guides to access and use EDE data, useful data links, and more.

Reports and Resources

What information do we provide?

ED Data Express provides public access to the funding, participation, and performance data from school years starting from 2010-2011 onward on formula grant programs administered in the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education. Most of the data are collected by school year and updated annually as the data become available.

Grant Program Data Currently Available

Educators (includes Title I, Title II, and Title III)

McKinney-Vento Act (Homeless Program)

REAP (Rural Education Achievement Program)

Title I, Part A (Low Income Populations)

Title I, Part C (Migrant Education Program)

Title I, Part D, Subpart 1 (Neglected, Delinquent or At-Risk)

Title I, Part D, Subpart 2 (Neglected, Delinquent or At-Risk)

Title II (Training Teachers, Principals, and School Leaders)

Title III (English Learners)