The standard At-A-Glance School and District Profiles provide a quick and comprehensive approach to evaluating and measuring a school and school district’s impact on students. This year’s profiles are adapted from the standard version and do not include statewide assessments data, class size data, 9th grade on-track, attendance data and other information as a result of the statewide transition to Distance Learning for All in March of 2020.
The Adapted At-A-Glance School and District Profiles have been streamlined to contain only the profile data that is still available for the 2019-2020 school year, including:
Student and teacher race and ethnicity. Unlike previous years, this data for students is pulled from October 1, 2019 enrollment, rather than May 1, 2020 enrollment.
On-Time Graduation and Five-Year Completion rates.
Tally of Full Time Equivalent staff in a variety of roles including counselors, psychologists, librarians (district only), and other professions.
Some data is presented differently this year. Key changes include:
ODE has changed from reporting “Teacher Turnover” (the percentage of teachers that are new to a school each year) to “Teacher Retention” (the percentage of teachers that continue to teach in the same school the following year).
Combined the rounded Full-Time Equivalent count for Counselors and Psychologists into one data element.
The Adapted At-A-Glance School and District Profiles are available on the ODE website.