Washington

Washington
http://www.k12.wa.us

School and Teacher Demographics
Per pupil expenditures
(CCD, 2000-01)

$6,750 296 0

Number of Districts
(CCD, 2001-02)

Number Schools

of

Charter

(CCD, 2001-02)

Number of Public Schools
(CCD)

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

1993-94 1,077 293 301 78 1,749

2001-02 1,177 351 454 155 2,137

Elementary Middle High Combined Total
(SASS)

1993-94 22,683 8,655 10,757 1,086 43,181

2001-02 25,689 10,286 13,382 1,159 50,516

Percentage of teachers with a major in the main subject taught, grades 7-12 1994 64% 49 83 75 2000 65% 55 79 77

English Math Science Social Studies

Key

* —

= Less than 0.5 percent = Not applicable

n/a # High Poverty Schools

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

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Sources of Funding District Average
(CCD, 2000-01)

Student Demographics
Public school enrollment
(CCD)

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

1993-94 5,087 655,337 255,528 910,865

2001-02 8,102 688,155 312,943 1,001,098

1993-94 American Indian/Alaskan Natives Asian/Pacific Islander Black Hispanic White Other Students with disabilities
(OSEP)

2001-02 3% 8 5 11 74 2001-02 10% 2000-01 6%

3% 6 4 7 80 1993-94 9% 1993-94 3%

Students with limited English proficiency
(ED/NCBE)

Key

* —

= Less than 0.5 percent = Not applicable

n/a # High Poverty Schools

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

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Migratory students
(OME)

1993-94 2001-02 3% 5% All schools by percent of students eligible to participate in the Free and Reduced-Price Lunch Program† (CCD, 2001-02)

†306 schools did not report.

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

Statewide Goal for Schools on State Assessment Long term goal: more than 80 percent of students will be at or above Meets Standards on assessment. Expected School Improvement on Assessment Increase performance to meet three-year goals and ten year goals of students meeting standard. Title I Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for Schools Increase percent of students meeting standard (grades 4, 7 in reading, math) level 3, decrease percent at level 1.

Title I 2001-02
(ED Consolidated Report, 2001-02)

Number of schools Schools meeting AYP Goal Schools identified for Improvement

Schoolwide Programs 410 42% n/a 38 76%

Targeted Assistance 573 28% n/a 12 24%

Total 983 100% n/a 50 5%

Key

* —

= Less than 0.5 percent = Not applicable

n/a # High Poverty Schools

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

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Title I Allocation

$140,050,821

(Includes Basic, Concentration, and LEA grants, Capital Expenditures, Even Start, Migrant Education, and Neglected and Delinquent, ED, 2000-2001)

NAEP State Results
Grade 4 Reading, 2003 Proficient level and above Basic level and above Math, 2003 Proficient level and above Basic level and above 33% 67 36% 81 Grade 8 33% 76 32% 72

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Student Achievement 2001-02 Assessment: Washington Assessment of Student Learning. State Definition of Proficient: Meets or exceeds Standards. Elementary School Grade 4 Reading Students in: All schools Title I schools Economically Disadvantaged Students Students with limited English proficiency Migratory students Students with Disabilities
Well Below Standard Below Standard Meeting Standard Above Standard

6% 9

28% 40

39% 35

27% 16

27
21 23

52
50 46

21 24 23

5 6 8

Key

* —

= Less than 0.5 percent = Not applicable

n/a # High Poverty Schools

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

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Grade 4 Mathematics Students in: All schools Title I schools Economically Disadvantaged Students Students with limited English proficiency Migratory students Students with Disabilities
Well Below Standard Below Standard Meeting Standard Above Standard

21% 33

27% 30

27% 23

25% 16

54
49 51

28
30 26

13 16 15

6 6 9

Student Achievement Trend Reading 4th grade Meets or Exceeds Proficient

Middle School Grade 7 Reading Students in:
Well Below Standard Below Standard Meeting Standard Above Standard

Key

* —

= Less than 0.5 percent = Not applicable

n/a # High Poverty Schools

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

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All schools Title I schools Economically Disadvantaged Students Students with limited English proficiency Migratory students Students with Disabilities

16% 28

40% 46

30% 20

14% 6

60
48 53

34
41 39

6 10 7

1 2 1

Grade 7 Mathematics Students in: All schools Title I schools Economically Disadvantaged Students Students with limited English proficiency Migratory students Students with Disabilities
Well Below Standard Below Standard Meeting Standard Above Standard

53% 71

17% 14

17% 10

13% 6

87 85 91

7 10 5

4 4 3

3 1 1

Student Achievement Trend Mathematics 8th grade Meets or Exceeds Proficient

Key

* —

= Less than 0.5 percent = Not applicable

n/a # High Poverty Schools

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

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High School Grade 10 Reading Students in: All schools Title I schools Economically Disadvantaged Students Students with limited English proficiency Migratory students Students with Disabilities
Well Below Standard Below Standard Meeting Standard Above Standard

21% 37

20% 24

15% 14

44% 25

61 51 63

26 28 24

8 11 7

5 10 6

Grade 10 Mathematics Students in: All schools Title I schools Economically Disadvantaged Students Students with limited English proficiency Migratory students Students with Disabilities High School Indicators High school dropout rate (CCD, event) Postsecondary
Key

Well Below Standard

Below Standard

Meeting Standard

Above Standard

40% 62

23% 19

22% 18 14

16% 10 7

80 79 87

12 14 9

6 6 4

3 2 1

1993-94
n/a

2000-01
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1994-95
57%

2000-01
45%
n/a # High Poverty Schools = Not available = Sample size too small to calculate = 75-100% students qualify for lunch subsidies

* —

= Less than 0.5 percent = Not applicable

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enrollment
(NCES, High school grads enrolled in college)

Key

* —

= Less than 0.5 percent = Not applicable

n/a # High Poverty Schools

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