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Data and Reports

NOTE:  The business rules for each collection can change from year to year.  These changes are reflections of program-based changes.

Dropout and Graduation Reports
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Graduation and Dropout Statistics for Washington's Counties, Districts, and Schools

Graduation Rate Calculations in Washington State, March 2012 (PDF)

Personnel Reports
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Position and Ethnicity (PDF)

Position and Gender (PDF)

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Downloadable Files and School Information

Education Directory - Information for schools, districts, and ESDs

NOTE: Directory information may not be used for commercial purposes RCW 42.56.070(9).

School District Profiles

School District Profiles, Alphabetical, January 2011 (590 pages, 12 MB)

October Enrollment Report

Public Schools

October 1, 2016 Enrollment Data as of 01/18/2017
October Federal & State Ethnicity/Race Enrollment Reports by Aggregate Level. Downloads are Excel files unless otherwise noted.
State Level | District Level | School Level | School Grade Level | County Level

Business Rules for October Enrollment Report:

  1. Student is enrolled on the first business day of October.
  2. School is student's primary school.
  3. If Student is in Pre-K, that student must also be in special Ed program of the district on the first business day of October in order to be counted.

* Not provided is not an acceptable ethnic/race category beginning in 2010-2011. Students in this category cannot be included in federal compliance reports and counts.

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Private Schools

Grade Level | Ethnicity

Grade Level | Ethnicity

Grade Level | Ethnicity

Grade Level | Ethnicity

Grade Level | Ethnicity

Grade Level | Ethnicity

Grade Level | Ethnicity

State Ethnicity and Race Totals



1980-2010 Private School (Excel) (Text)

Measures of Student Mobility in Schools

The worksheet below has data on a mobility measure of "Not Staying Enrolled", or the proportion of students enrolled in a school on October 1 who do not maintain their enrollment in that school for the entire year. There is also a district measure, that is a weighted average of the schools within that district. Student Mobility Data

Assessment Data – Subgroup Interactive Charts

This tool can be used to aggregate assessment data using one or more subgroups. Use the tab labeled “Instructions for Use” for complete instructions on using this tool and interpreting the data.

*NOTE* - The data represented in this tool should be interpreted with caution. Cells with fewer than 10 students have been suppressed, per state law, but other relatively small N sizes can be misleading. In addition, various combinations of grade level, program, race/ethnicity, and/or gender may be too limiting for reasonable interpretation.

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Students Testing with Accommodations
This spreadsheet details the performance of students with IEPs that accessed state assessments with and without accommodations and by accommodations type. Please note that as the population of students who access the tests with accommodations is relatively small by grade level and subject, much of the data in this spreadsheet is suppressed to protect student privacy.

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Worksheet - Alphabetical
(October count of individual pupils from Column A of Form P-223)

Related Links
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  • P-20 High School Feedback Reports
  • U.S. Department of Education
  • ED Data Express designed to improve the public's ability to access and explore high-value state-level education data collected by the U.S. Department of Education. The site is designed to be interactive and to present the data in a clear, easy-to-use manner, with options to download information into Excel or manipulate the data within the Web site. The site currently includes data from EDFacts, Consolidated State Performance Reports (CSPR), State Accountability Workbooks, the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), the National Assessment of Education Progress (NAEP), the College Board, and the Department's Budget Service office.
  • Family Policy Compliance Office (FERPA)





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