Data dashboard tracks reopening metrics for 2020-21 school year

08-Dec-2020

The dashboard displays Board-approved, COVID-related metric gap data. This information will be used to guide and monitor 2020-21 school year reopening plans.

View the data dashboard at bit.ly/RTLmetrics

​The Hawai‘i State Department of Education (HIDOE) has designed a data dashboard to visually track, analyze and display key Board-approved, COVID-related performance indicators.

The dashboard includes data on more than a dozen metrics, including areas ranging from quarterly student grades and attendance to learning modes and student access to devices at three levels — statewide, by complex area and by school. The Board at its Oct. 15, 2020, meeting approved the metrics to monitor and evaluate the Department’s plans for reopening schools during the 2020-21 school year.

This information is pertinent to the ongoing monitoring and evaluation of the Department's reopening plans. Updated data will be published according to an established timeline. The timeline below includes milestones for processing and publishing results on the HIDOE website.


REPORTINGDATA PULLED​PUBLISHED
(subject to change)
​Quarter 1
October 2020
​Oct. 30, 2020
Nov. 30, 2020​
November 2020​

Nov. 30, 2020
Jan. 5, 2021​
Quarter 2
December 2020
Jan. 5, 2021​
Jan. 29, 2021​
​January 2021*

​Jan. 29, 2021
​March 1, 2021
​February 2021*

Feb. 26, 2021
​March 31, 2021
Quarter 3
​March 2021
March 31, 2021
​April 30, 2021
​April 2021*

April 30, 2021​May 28, 2021​
​May 2021*

​June 1, 2021
June 30, 2021​
​Quarter 4
June 2021
​June 30, 2021
​July 30, 2021

*Monthly metrics only (PPE and high-risk attendance are the only two monthly metrics)


The Board of Education (BOE) Metrics Specification Table below describes each BOE metric, reporting frequency, reported areas (state, complex area, complex, school) and pertinent notes.



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