On Oct. 3, 2019, the Department released Strive HI Performance System results for School Year 2018-19, the seventh year under the state-designed school improvement and accountability system, and the third aligned to the 2017-20
Strategic Plan and new requirements of
federal law. Results were presented to the Board of Education that day. An explanatory overview of the measures and indicators can be seen in
this factsheet. Key statewide results for 2018-19:
- Continuing a strong readiness trend, more students are completing Career & Technical Education programs by the 12th grade — up 8 percentage points over the year prior (to 56%).
- Graduation rates saw a spike for the first time in five years, increasing by 1.8 percentage points (to 84.4%) over the year prior; 500 more students graduated from high school on time, as compared with school year 2017-18.
Strive HI results on statewide assessments remained constant over the prior year, with a slight decrease in Language Arts/Literacy and science scores.
- Inclusion rates increased statewide — up 3 percentage points over the year prior (to 44%).
Click the image below to view the Strive HI Statewide Snapshot, or
The Statewide Snapshot: A one-page summary of statewide student and school performance on metrics across grade spans as well as those that are specific to elementary, middle and high schools.
The Strive HI Master Data File: Spreadsheet with comprehensive data across all measures for each school (some data are suppressed to protect student privacy at schools with small populations).
The Strive HI Technical Report: provides detail on how the measures are calculated.
- School Performance Reports: Each school's report provides a snapshot of key indicators. You can use the Report Finder to search for reports by school and school year, or:
- Public Schools: Use the School Finder tool to find the school page you're looking for. Each school page has a link to its performance report. (To better understand how to read these reports, please view this
sample annotated report.) For a small number of schools, details from these reports are not publicly available because of the small student population; data are suppressed to protect student privacy.
- Charter Schools: Reports are available on the Charter Schools' page.