The 2022 Arkansas
School Performance Report (School Report Card) is now available to the public. It can be accessed in the Report Card tab on MySchoolInfo at the school,
district, and state level. This annual
report provides important information about each school and school district
including test performance, graduation rate, school quality, and student
success. Please use the following link to access Report Card video: How to View Report Card.
The Arkansas School
Report Card provides comprehensive data for each school, district, and the
State of Arkansas. Information in the report card pulls from the certified
cycle and graduation data submitted to DESE. Colored indicators reflect the
current data status for each module. All modules will be completed and uploaded to the My School Info website by April 15, 2023.
As you review the data,
please keep in mind that to protect student privacy, you will notice some
entries labeled as restricted values (RV) or N<10. The values for these entries have been
suppressed to protect the identification of a student or students in a small
group in a school report. CV is shown instead of a value because ACT Aspire and
Dynamic Learning Maps assessments were not given in the school year 2019-2020
due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Additional information about the Arkansas School Report
Card can be accessed at the following link: Division of Elementary and Secondary Education - Offices -
Public School Accountability - School Performance and Monitoring - Reporting. For help distinguishing between DESE’s series of nested reports, see Comparing and Contrasting the State and Federal Performance Reports.
The school reports provide a communication framework to
encourage dialogue and inform decisions within each school community.
School-level improvement plans and district support plans may be updated as
schools and districts review the data. All stakeholders are encouraged to
participate in these discussions. After exploring the School Report Card,
please complete the survey to provide DESE with feedback and suggestions for
improvement: School Report Card Survey (English or Spanish).
Draft Business Rules for the 2022 Statewide
To better communicate
the source of data, the School Performance Office is seeking feedback on the
first ever draft of the Business Rules for the
2022 Statewide Report Card. School personnel are encouraged to
review the Draft Business Rules and submit any recommendations, questions, and
clarifications to Louis Ferren at email@example.com by 5:00 p.m. on
Friday, January 20, 2023.