Program
Title I, Part A

Percentage of Students Who Graduated With a Regular High School Diploma

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School Year State File Spec Data Group Data Topic Data Note State Note
2018-2019 ALABAMA 150 695 Performance Prior Year Rate Comparison (SEA): The SY 2018-19 Four-Year graduation rate is higher/lower by 3 percentage points or more than the SY 2017-18 Four-Year graduation rate for the following subgroups with total cohort counts of 500 students or more: HOM, LEP, MAN, MHL. Discrepancies by subgroup: - HOM: 3.42% - LEP: 12.1% - MAN: 3.59% - MHL: 3.03%
2018-2019 ALABAMA 150 695 Performance Prior Year Rate Comparison (LEA): The SY 2018-19 Four-Year Grand Total graduation rate is higher/lower by 3 percentage points or more than the SY 2017-18 Four-Year graduation rate in 6 LEAs containing 500 students or more. LEAs identified: - Birmingham City, NCES ID: 0100390, State ID: 114 - Decatur City, NCES ID: 0101170, State ID: 127 - Huntsville City, NCES ID: 0101800, State ID: 159 - Montgomery County, NCES ID: 0102430, State ID: 51 - St Clair County, NCES ID: 0103062, State ID: 58 - Walker County, NCES ID: 0103450, State ID: 64
2018-2019 ALABAMA 150 695 Performance Prior Year Count Comparison (LEA): Submitted data indicated that the ALL STUDENTS cohort count (Grand Total) changed by more than 10% and 50 students or more from SY 2017-18 to SY 2018-19 for 10 LEAs that have a cohort count of 250 students or more. LEAs identified: - Albertville City, NCES ID: 0100005, State ID: 101 - Birmingham City, NCES ID:0100390, State ID: 114 - Blount County, NCES ID:0100420, State ID: 5 - Jackson County, NCES ID:0101830, State ID: 36 - Limestone County, NCES ID:0102100, State ID: 42 - Marshall County, NCES ID:0100006, State ID: 48 - Monroe County, NCES ID:0102400, State ID: 50 - Montgomery County, NCES ID:0102430, State ID: 51 - Morgan County, NCES ID:0102480, State ID: 52 - Tuscaloosa City, NCES ID:0103360, State ID: 200
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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

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
2018-2019 ALASKA 116 648 Participation The aggregation of Category Set B subgroups (Language Instruction Educational Program Type subgroups) does not match the EUT. Districts reported data for the Language Instruction Educational Program subcategory were greater than the grand total were recoded to missing.
2018-2019 CALIFORNIA 116 648 Participation There was at least a 20% difference in the number of LEAs included in this file between SY 2017-18 and SY 2018-19. CA is now submitting directly funded charter schools as one-school school districts causing a significant increase in the nubmer entities reported in the LEA-level file.
2018-2019 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 116 648 Participation There was at least a 20% difference in the number of LEAs included in this file between SY 2017-18 and SY 2018-19. DC had a net increase of three additional LEAs qualify for and accept Title III funds in 2018-19.
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School Year State File Spec Data Group Data Topic Data Note State Note
2018-2019 ARIZONA 179 585 Performance State reported making changes to the way high school students can be assed for SY 2018-19. The Arizona legislature fundamentally changed the way high school students can be assessed for the 2018-2019 school year. This change had an impact on the year-over-year numbers, statewide.
2018-2019 BUREAU OF INDIAN EDUCATION 175 584 Performance No data were repoted for the following subgroups at the SEA-, LEA-, or School-level: Asian/Pacific Islander, Black or African American, Hispanic/Latino, White, Two or more races, Foster care students, Migratory students, and Military connected.
2018-2019 BUREAU OF INDIAN EDUCATION 175 584 Performance The number of homeless students reported in SY2018-19 is less than the number of homeless students reported in SY2017-18 by approximately 92 percent.