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Program
Title I, Part A

Percentage of Students Who Graduated With a Regular High School Diploma

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Percentage

Source: EDFacts File Specifications 150 and 151

Map Data Notes
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School Year State File Spec Data Group Data Topic Data Note State Note
2021-2022 ARIZONA 150, 151 695, 696 Performance Prior Year Rate Comparison (LEA): The current SY Four-Year grand total graduation rate is higher/lower by 3 percentage points or more than the prior SY Four-Year graduation rate in 7 LEAs containing 500 students or more. While this may be correct, it is a larger change than we would typically expect to see. The State confirms that these data are accurate as reported.
2021-2022 ARIZONA 150, 151 695, 696 Performance Reported Rate to Calculated Rate Comparison: The reported graduation rate (FS150) does not match the graduation rate calculated using reported counts (FS151) for the following subgroups: ALL, CWD, ECODIS, EL, FCS, HOM, MA, MAN, MB, MHL, MM, MNP, MW. The difference between the reported and calculated rates ranges from -0.21% to 0.52%. These should match by up to four decimal places.
2021-2022 ARKANSAS 150, 151 695, 696 Performance Prior Year Count Comparison (LEA): Submitted data indicated that the ALL cohort count (grand total) changed by more than 10% and 50 students or more from the prior year to the current year for 3 LEAs that have a cohort count of 250 students or more. While this may be correct, this is a larger change than we would typically expect to see. One district experienced a large increase in enrollment from 2020 to 2022 in part due to the COVID-19 pandemic and parents enrolling their students in a fully virtual high school. Other districts have seen year to year variability during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Funding

Program funding over time

Participation

Number of students in school wide and targeted assistance programs by race/ethnicity over time

Source:  EDFacts File Specification 037; Data Group 548

Performance

Proficiency gap between economically disadvantaged and non-economically disadvantaged students by [Subject]

Funding, Participation and Performance Data Notes
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School Year State File Spec Data Group Data Topic Data Note State Note
2021-2022 BUREAU OF INDIAN EDUCATION 037 548 Participation Year to Year Comparison: The SEA data indicate a change of 70% between the current school year and the prior school year number of English learners participating and served by Title I, Part A schoolwide programs and targeted assistance programs (Category Set C). All BIE schools are SWP and the number of students are the same for the prior year and the current year.
2021-2022 BUREAU OF INDIAN EDUCATION 037, 118 548, 655 Participation In 1 LEA(s), nonzero counts of homeless students were reported as participating and served by Title I, Part A schoolwide programs and targeted assistance programs in FS037/DG548, but no homeless students enrolled were reported in FS118/DG655. Discrepancy could be due to data extract timeline between the two files.
2021-2022 CALIFORNIA 037 548 Participation Year to Year Comparison: The SEA data indicate a change of greater than 10 percent between the current school year and the prior school year in Category Set A for the following racial/ethnic subgroup(s): two or more races. The California Department of Education acknowledges the year to year comparison. After a review of the data and the submitted file it was determined that the data, as reported are accurate.
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School Year State File Spec Data Group Data Topic Data Note State Note
2021-2022 ALASKA 175, 178, 185, 188 583, 584, 588, 589 Performance A year to year change of more than 50 students and 5% was identified for at least one grand total, and a year to year change of more than 200 students and 10% was identified for at least one subgroup, assessment type, or grade. Less students tested in SY 2020-21 than in SY 2021-22, which would account for grand totals to increase. A new assessment was also administered in SY 2021-22, AKSTAR, proficiency scores often drop with a new assessment.
2021-2022 ARIZONA 175, 178, 185, 188, 189 583, 589, 590 Performance A year to year change of more than 50 students and 5% was identified for at least one grand total, and a year to year change of more than 200 students and 10% was identified for at least one subgroup, assessment type, or grade. The Science assessment (FS189) was not adminstered for SY 2020-21. However, grades 5, 8 and 11 were statewide tested in Science for SY 2021-22, hence, the change in counts. The increase in number of students tested in Math and RLA is justified by the increase in enrollment seen accross the state.
2021-2022 ARIZONA 175, 178, 185, 188, 189 583, 589, 590 Performance A year to year proficiency rate change of more than 15% and a year to year participation rate change of more than 4% was identified for at least one subgroup, assessment type, or grade. The Science assessment (FS189) was not adminstered for SY 2020-21. However, grades 5, 8 and 11 were statewide tested in Science for SY 2021-22, hence, the change in counts. The increase in number of students tested in Math and RLA is justified by the increase in enrollment seen accross the state and consequently this led to a change in proficiency rate as well as participation rates.