The following is archived statistical information and reports related to school performance.
To view the approved Arkansas Flexibility Request, July 27, 2015, go to Ahttp://www.arkansased.gov/public/userfiles/Flexibility/AR_Approved_ESEA_Flexibility_Request.pdf. For more information, go to the U.S. Department of Education’s website at http://www2.ed.gov/policy/elsec/guid/esea-flexibility/map/ar.html.
Priority Schools PowerPoint (posted Sept. 25, 2015)
Focus Schools PowerPoint (posted Sept. 28, 2015)
The U. S. Department of Education allowed each State Education Agency (SEA) the opportunity to request flexibility on behalf of the State, Districts, and Schools to better focus on improving educational outcomes, closing achievement gaps, and increasing the quality of instruction. This opportunity will provide flexibility regarding specific requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB). In addition, this flexibility will build on and support the significant State and District reform efforts already underway.
The U.S. Department of Education staff has reviewed and approved Arkansas’s “ESEA Flexibility Accountability Addendum." The addendum provides comprehensive information regarding the Arkansas’s system of differentiated recognition, accountability and support. It outlines the process for determining status of schools and districts based on expected performance gains for student achievement and the secondary indicators. ESEA Flexibility was approved by the U.S. Department of Education in 2012 and was amended July 10, 2013.
The documents and files under Related Links and Related Files to the right are archived Elementary Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Flexibility materials.
To learn about how schools were grouped by status under ESEA, go to the ESEA Flexibility link under related files.
The A-F grading scale is a widely accepted way to identify how well a student is performing in school, especially on tests and assignments. To learn more about what the grades mean, check out A-F Calculation and A-F Reporting videos.
Previous report card information is available on the following webpage: https://adesrc.arkansas.gov. For immediate assistance, contact the School Performance Unit at 501-682-7339.
To view the graduation rates from 2010 to 2017, please go to Graduation Rates.
The Arkansas Department of Education is required to track the educational progress of students from annexed or consolidated school districts. This Performance Tracking for Students from Consolidated Schools provides a summary of findings as well as data tables to reference as required by law.
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