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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 COLORADO 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 6 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. Year to year enrollment changes impacted these data with three of the flagged LEAs experiencing an overall increase in membership and three experiencing an overall decrease.
2021-2022 COLORADO 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 5 LEAs containing 500 students or more. While this may be correct, it is a larger change than we would typically expect to see. The 4-year graduation rate for students in some districts was positively impacted by the increased consistency of in-person instruction during SY 2021-2022 in comparision to SY 2020-2021, as the impacts of COVID-19 lessened. This allowed districts to support students more effectively as reflected by the increase of their 4-year graduation rates from one year to the next. One district experienced an overall decrease in grade 12 enrollment and an increase in students who dropped out, possibly due to the new state-wide graduation requirements that went into full effect for the 2021-2022 4-year cohort. These factors led to a decrease in 4-year graduation rates.
2021-2022 CONNECTICUT 150, 151 695, 696 Performance SEA to SCH Comparison: The SEA 4-Year Total Cohort Count is different from the aggregated SCH Total Cohort Count, when aggregated to the ALL, CWD, ECODIS, EL, FCS, HOM, MB, MHL, MM subgroups. Differences between SEA and SCH (by subgroup): - ALL: 1243 students, or 3.03% - CWD: 1080 students, or 14.47% - ECODIS: 976 students, or 4.97% - EL: 91 students, or 3.39% - FCS: 167 students, or 33.60% - HOM: 80 students, or 12.12% - MB: 357 students, or 6.80% - MHL: 411 students, or 3.91% - MM: 63 students, or 4.98% These students attend non-tradtional high schools specifically private special education institution or correction centers. CSDE counts these students in LEAs total because of a lack assigned tradional high schools
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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 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 037 548 Participation Year to Year Comparison: The number of LEAs reported in the current year is 20% more or less than the prior year.
2021-2022 CONNECTICUT 037 548 Participation Year to Year Comparison: The SEA data indicate a change of 100% 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). Enrollment fluctuations of the overall student population, including Els. are reported in CSDE data systems. Most of Els's fluctuations are due to newly arrived immigrants. They form a sizeable portion of ELs population. More arrive on the mainland in some years, and in some years, the number decline. CSDE tracks the immigration status of students in our data systems. The fluctuation were magnifield by the pandermic.
2021-2022 CONNECTICUT 037 548 Participation Year to Year Comparison: The SEA data indicate a change of 32% between the current school year and the prior school year number of homeless students participating and served by Title I, Part A schoolwide programs and targeted assistance programs (Category Set E). Enrollment fluctuations of the overall student population, including people experiencing homelessness, are reported in CSDE data systems. The homeless enrollment fluctuations are attributed yearly to how many students show up in the district as unaccompanied minors or shelters reporting students to the homeless liaison. Of late, this phenomenon is trending upwards.
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School Year State File Spec Data Group Data Topic Data Note State Note
2021-2022 COLORADO 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. Per Colorado's 2021 federal assessment waiver, the state's Reading/Language Arts assessment was provided on a voluntary basis in grades 4, 6, and 8, and the state's Mathematics assessment was provided on a voluntary basis in grades 3, 5, and 7 in spring 2021. Extremely low student participation in the voluntary grade levels combined with lower than typical participation in other grade levels due to ongoing school disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in lower than typical participation in state assessments overall and student demographic subgroups. In 2021, participation in Colorado’s state assessments varied widely within and across districts and student groups. Given the overall low and wide variance in participation, data from this assessment should not be used for all historical comparative purposes across districts, schools, student groups and/or years. In spring 2022, statewide participation in assessments returned to more typical patterns.
2021-2022 CONNECTICUT 175, 178 583, 584 Performance Achievement SEA to SCH comparison - [MATHEMATICS / READING/LANGUAGE ARTS]: The number of students in ALL, CWD, ECODIS, F, M, MB, MHL, MW subgroup(s) who took a(n) assessment and received a valid score reported at the SEA level for grade(s) ALL and assessment type(s) ALTASSALTACH is different from the sum of the SCH level counts of students who took an assessment and received a valid score (FS175). The discrepancies range from 235 to 1042 students, or -42.27 to -30.11%. Similar SEA to SCH discrepancies exist for the FS178 number of students who took an assessment and received a valid score. [There are] program-level data that are included in the SEA file but are not "schools" in the State of Connecticut.
2021-2022 CONNECTICUT 175, 178, 179 583, 584, 585 Performance Achievement SEA to SCH comparison - [MATHEMATICS / READING/LANGAUGE ARTS / SCIENCE]: The number of students in CWD subgroup(s) who took a(n) assessment and received a valid score reported at the SEA level for grade(s) HS and assessment type(s) ALL is different from the sum of the SCH level counts of students who took an assessment and received a valid score (FS175). The discrepancy is 504 students, or -10.19%. Similar SEA to SCH discrepancies exist for the FS178 and FS179 number of students who took an assessment and received a valid score. [There are] program-level data that are included in the SEA file but are not "schools" in the State of Connecticut.