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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 OREGON 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 4 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. As more online schools open, and as instruction has shifted back to in-person, we have seen decreases in enrollment in districts with online schools/programs.
2021-2022 OREGON 150, 151 695, 696 Performance Prior Year Rate Comparison (SEA): The current SY Four-Year graduation rate is higher/lower by 3 percentage points or more than the prior SY Four-Year graduation rate for the following subgroups with total cohort counts of 500 students or more: ECODIS, HOM. Discrepancies by subgroup: - ECODIS: 3.69% - HOM: 3.15% Data are accurate as reported. The HOM student group is relatively small; therefore, it is subject to large fluctuations. The makeup of the ECODIS student group has changed over the last few years due to the expansion of the criteria for students eligible for free or reduced-price school meals through the federal USDA's COVID-19 waivers.
2021-2022 OREGON 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. Data are accurate as reported. These trends are in-line with our state rates. Our four-year graduation rate dropped last year, while our five-year graduation rate has remained relatively steady over the last three years.
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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]

 

Source:  EDFacts File Specification 175, 178 & 179; Data Group 583, 584 & 585

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 WISCONSIN 037, 134 548, 670 Participation Across File: In 3 LEA(s), the number of students participating and served by Title I, Part A schoolwide programs and targeted assistance programs reported in FS037/DG548 is not equal to the number of students participating in schoolwide programs and targeted assistance programs reported in FS134/DG670 by 1% or more . The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction has multiple errors and warnings that are displayed to LEAs when data is submitted with an invalid grade level for their school, but these errors and warnings are not always resolved prior to our statewide data snapshot. In the case the LEA reports a grade level that is not valid for their school, the grade level is set to Unknown and the WDPI reports the student in the overall total, but removes them from any category sets that report by grade level. The WDPI acknowledges that we are treating the reporting of students with unknown attributes inconsistently between FS037 and FS134. We will be analyzing these file specifications and our ETL logic and will adjust the file programming to treat unknown attributes in the same way across these files in the future.
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School Year State File Spec Data Group Data Topic Data Note
2021-2022 MASSACHUSETTS 175, 178, 185, 188 583, 584, 588, 589 Performance Missing Data (175/178/185/188): Achievement and Participation data for students in the MIG subgroup(s) in GRADE(S) 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10 for the ALTASSALTACH assessment type(s) were not reported at the SEA level(s).
2021-2022 MASSACHUSETTS 175, 178, 185, 188 583, 584, 588, 589 Performance Missing Data (175/178/185/188): Achievement and Participation data for students in the MAN subgroup(s) in GRADE(S) 7 for the ALTASSALTACH assessment type(s) were not reported at the SEA level(s).
2021-2022 MASSACHUSETTS 175, 178 583, 584 Performance Missing Data (175/178): Achievement data for students in the MAN subgroup(s) in GRADE(S) 3 for the ALTASSALTACH assessment type(s) were not reported at the SCH level(s).