District of Columbia

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School and Teacher Demographics
Per pupil expenditures
(CCD, 1999-2000)

$10,107 1 33

Number of Districts
(CCD, 2000-01)

Number Schools

of

Charter

(CCD, 2000-01)

Number of Public Schools
(CCD)

Elementary Middle High Combined Total Number of FTE Teachers
(CCD)

1993-94 111 26 18 5 160

2000-01 112 10 16 10 148

Elementary Middle High Combined Total
(SASS)

1993-94 2,297 905 977 173 4,352

2000-01 3,395 325 841 282 4,843

Percentage of teachers with a major in the main subject taught, grades 7-12 English Math Science Social Studies Sources of Funding District Average
(CCD, 1999-2000)

1994 90% 82 # #

2000 68% 87 n/a 74

District of Columbia

Student Demographics
Public school enrollment
(CCD)

Pre-K K-8 9-12 Total (K-12) Race/ethnicity
(CCD)

1993-94 5,216 53,903 17,854 71,757

2000-01 4,289 46,687 13,781 60,468

American Indian/Alaskan Natives Asian/Pacific Islander Black Hispanic White Other Students with disabilities
(OSEP)

1993-94 * 1% 89 6 4 1993-94 9% 1993-94 6%

2000-01 * 2% 85 9 5 2000-01 12% 2000-01 8%

Students with limited English proficiency
(ED/NCBE)

Migratory students
(OME)

1993-94 *

2000-01 1%

All schools by percent of students eligible to participate in the Free and Reduced-Price Lunch Program* (CCD, 2000-01)

*2 schools did not report

Key

* —

= Less than 0.5 percent = Not applicable

n/a # High Poverty Schools

= Not available = Sample size too small to calculate = 75-100% of students qualify for lunch subsidies

District of Columbia

Statewide Accountability Information
(Collected from states, January 2002 for 2001-02 school year.)

Statewide Goal for Schools on State Assessment
Decrease by 2 percent students at Below Basic level; Increase by 2 percent students at Proficient level; Stable or increased performance at Advanced level.

Expected School Improvement on Assessment
Move 10 percent from Below Basic, move 5 percent to Proficient, 5 percent to Advanced for reading and math (variations based on baseline data). Decrease secondary dropout rate by 10 percent. Achieve 93 percent attendance for elementary, 90 percent for middle and high schools.

Title I Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for Schools
Same as School Improvement Expectation.

Title I 2000-01
Number of schools Schools meeting AYP Goal Schools identified for Improvement Title I Allocation

(ED Consolidated Report, 2000-01)

Schoolwide Programs 158 98% 146 92% 12 8% $27,684,305

Targeted Assistance 3 2% 3 100% 0 -

Total 161 100% 149 93% 12 7%

(Includes Basic, Concentration, and LEA grants, Capital Expenditures, Even Start, Migrant Education, and Neglected and Delinquent, ED, 2000-01)

NAEP State Results
Grade 4 Reading, 2002 Proficient level and above Basic level and above Math, 2000 Proficient level and above Basic level and above 10% 32 6% 25 Grade 8 9% 47 6% 23

District of Columbia
Student Achievement 2000-01 Assessment:
Stanford Achievement Test, Version 9.

State Definition of Proficient:
Key * — = Less than 0.5 percent = Not applicable n/a # High Poverty Schools = Not available = Sample size too small to calculate = 75-100% of students qualify for lunch subsidies

District of Columbia Represents solid academic performance that students are prepared for this grade level.

Key

* —

= Less than 0.5 percent = Not applicable

n/a # High Poverty Schools

= Not available = Sample size too small to calculate = 75-100% of students qualify for lunch subsidies

District of Columbia

Elementary School
Grade 1-6 Reading Students in: All schools Title I schools High poverty Schools Students with limited English proficiency Migratory students Students with Disabilities Grade 1-6 Mathematics Students in: All schools Title I schools High poverty Schools Students with limited English proficiency Migratory students Students with Disabilities Below Basic 30% 32 33 Basic 39% 40 40 Proficient 23% 22 21 Advanced 8% 6 5 Below Basic 26% 28 29 Basic 46% 47 48 Proficient 22% 21 20 Advanced 6% 4 4

39 26 55

47 47 38

13 24 6

1 3 1

35 32 71

43 42 22

19 21 7

3 5 1

Middle School
Grade 7-8 Reading Students in: All schools Title I schools High poverty Schools Students with limited English proficiency Migratory students Students with Disabilities Below Basic 29% 33 37 Basic 47% 49 49 Proficient 21% 17 14 Advanced 3% 1 *

73 23 75

26 54 23

1 19 2

0 5 *

Key

* —

= Less than 0.5 percent = Not applicable

n/a # High Poverty Schools

= Not available = Sample size too small to calculate = 75-100% of students qualify for lunch subsidies

District of Columbia

Key

* —

= Less than 0.5 percent = Not applicable

n/a # High Poverty Schools

= Not available = Sample size too small to calculate = 75-100% of students qualify for lunch subsidies

District of Columbia

Grade 7-8 Mathematics Students in: All schools Title I schools High poverty Schools Students with limited English proficiency Migratory students Students with Disabilities Below Basic 62% 67 71 Basic 27% 26 23 Proficient 9% 6 5 Advanced 2% 1 *

81 54 95

12 34 5

6 9 1

1 2 0

High School
Grade 9-11 Reading Students in: All schools Title I schools High poverty Schools Students with limited English proficiency Migratory students Students with Disabilities Grade 9-11 Mathematics Students in: All schools Title I schools High poverty Schools Students with limited English proficiency Migratory students Students with Disabilities Below Basic 69% 77 79 Basic 22% 19 18 Proficient 8% 4 3 Advanced 2% * * Below Basic 48% 56 57 Basic 38% 37 36 Proficient 12% 7 6 Advanced 2% * *

90 52 85

10 40 13

* 7 1

0 1 1

74 73 92

21 18 7

5 7 1

1 1 1

High School Indicators High school dropout rate (CCD, event)
Key

1993-94 10% 1994-95

2000-01 n/a 2000-01
n/a # High Poverty Schools = Not available = Sample size too small to calculate = 75-100% of students qualify for lunch subsidies

* —

= Less than 0.5 percent = Not applicable

District of Columbia Postsecondary enrollment
(NCES, High school grads enrolled in college)

71%

48%

Key

* —

= Less than 0.5 percent = Not applicable

n/a # High Poverty Schools

= Not available = Sample size too small to calculate = 75-100% of students qualify for lunch subsidies