Washington School Improvement Framework
Released in March 2018, and last updated in February of 2020, the Washington School Improvement Framework identifies how schools can improve the education of all students. The Framework combines as many as nine indicators (such as graduation rates, attendance, and proficiency on state tests in math and English language arts) into a 1-10 score. The school's score then determines the state supports for the school to improve.
OSPI intentionally created the Framework so that individual schools can be quickly viewed. Since its release, we have received many requests for every school's Framework data in a single spreadsheet.
We are happy to provide the spreadsheet. But want to caution you about the data. Please take a look at the documents we've created.
In particular, Comparing Schools in the Washington School Improvement Framework will help you understand the spreadsheet. It's very important to note that school scores may be calculated using different indicators and different student populations.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact Michaela Miller.
- Washington School Improvement Framework Data
- How the Framework is created
- Press release on the Framework
- WSIF Business Rules
- How is Report Card Changing?