Data and reports are a key way we track and measure the progress and performance of Washington’s students, schools, school districts, and programs.
The Education Data System is a centralized suite of web-based applications regarding educational data.
The Comprehensive Education Data and Research System (CEDARS) is a longitudinal data system managed by OSPI to collect, store and report data related to students, courses, and teachers.
The student growth percentile allows us to fairly compare students who enter school at different levels. It also demonstrates a student’s growth and academic progress, even if she is not yet meeting standard.