Washington

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

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Student Demographics
Public school enrollment (CCD) Pre-K K-8 9-12 Total (K-12)
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Statewide Accountability Information
(Collected from states, January 2002 for 2001-02 school year)

$6,750 296 —

Number of districts
(CCD, 2001-02)

Number of charter schools
(CCD, 2001-02)

1993-94 5,087 655,337 255,528 910,865
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2001-02 8,102 688,155 312,943 1,001,098
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Number of public schools (CCD) 1993-94 1,077 Elementary 293 Middle 301 High 78 Combined 1,749 Total Number of FTE teachers Elementary Middle School High School Combined Total
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2001-02 1,177 351 454 155 2,137 2001-02 25,689 10,286 13,382 1,159 50,516
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Race/ethnicity (CCD) 1993-94 3% American Indian/Alaskan Natives 6 Asian/Pacific Islander 4 Black 7 Hispanic 80 White — Other Students with disabilities (OSEP)
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2001-02 3% 8 5 11 74 — 2001-02 10% 2001-02 5%
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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 tenyear 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.


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(CCD)

Migratory students (OME)
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Students with limited English proficiency (ED/NCBE)
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1993-94 3%
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2000-01 6%
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All schools by percent of students eligible to participate in the Free and Reduced-Price Lunch Program^(CCD, 2001–02)

Sources of funding
District average
(CCD, 2000-01)

0-34% 35-49% 50-74% 75-100% 142 388 361

973

State 63%

Federal 8% Local 29%

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108

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= Less than 0.5 percent = Not applicable = Not available = Sample size too small to calculate

^ 306 schools did not report.

Percentage of teachers with a major in the main subject taught, grades 7-12 (SASS) 1994 2000 64% 65% English 49 55 Math 83 79 Science 75 77 Social Studies

1993-94 3%

1993-94 22,683 8,655 10,757 1,086 43,181
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1993-94 9%

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

Schoolwide Targeted Total Programs Assistance

410 42% n/a Schools meeting AYP goal — Schools in need of improvement 38 76%
Number of schools

573 58% n/a — 12 24%

983 100% n/a — 50 5%

Title I allocation

$140,050,821

(Includes Basic, Concentration, and LEA grants, Capital Expenditures, Even Start, Migrant Education, and Neglected and Delinquent, ED, 2001-02)

NAEP State Results
Reading, 2003 Proficient level and above Basic level and above Math, 2003 Proficient level and above Basic level and above
Grade 4 Grade 8

33% 67

33% 76

36% 81

32% 72

Washington
Student Achievement 2001-02

Assessment State Definition of Proficient

Washington Assessment of Student Learning. Meets or exceeds Standards.

Elementary School
Grade 4
Reading
Students in: All Schools Title I Schools Economically Disadvantaged Students
Well Below Below Standard Standard Proficient 0 Meets Above Standard Standard

Grade 7
Reading
Students in: All Schools Title I Schools Economically Disadvantaged Students
Well Below Below Standard Standard Proficient 0 Meets Above Standard Standard

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Middle School

High School
Grade 10
Reading
Students in: All Schools Title I Schools Economically Disadvantaged Students
Well Below Below Standard Standard Proficient 0 Meets Above Standard Standard

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6% 9

28% 40

39% 35

27% 16

16% 28

40% 46

30% 20

14% 6

21% 37

20% 24

15% 14

44% 25

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Students with Limited English Proficiency Migratory Students Students with Disabilities

27 21 23

52 50 46

20 23 23

5 6 8

Students with Limited English Proficiency 60 Migratory Students 48 Students with Disabilities 53

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34 41 39

6 9 7

1 2 1

Students with Limited English Proficiency 61 Migratory Students 51 Students with Disabilities 63

26 28 24

8 11 7

5 10 6

Grade 4
Mathematics
Students in: Standard All Schools 21% Title I Schools 33 Economically Disadvantaged Students
Well Below Below Standard Proficient 0 Meets Above Standard Standard

Grade 7
Mathematics
Students in: Standard All Schools 53% Title I Schools 71 Economically Disadvantaged Students
Well Below Below Standard Proficient 0 Meets Above Standard Standard

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Grade 10
Mathematics
Students in: Standard All Schools 40% Title I Schools 62 Economically Disadvantaged Students Students with Limited English Proficiency 80 Migratory Students 79 Students with Disabilities 87
Well Below Below Standard Proficient 0 Meets Above Standard Standard

27% 30

27% 22

25% 15

Students with Limited English Proficiency 54 28 Migratory Students 49 30 Students with Disabilities 51 26 Student Achievement Trend Reading 4th grade Meets or Exceeds Standard
100 80 60 40 20 0
KEY: * — n/a # High Poverty Schools

13 16 15

6 6 8

Students with Limited English Proficiency 87 7 4 Migratory Students 85 10 4 Students with Disabilities 91 5 3 Student Achievement Trend Mathematics 8th grade Meets or Exceeds Standard
100 80 60 40 20 0 2001 2002 27 30

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17% 14

17% 10

13% 6

23% 19

22% 13

16% 6

12 14 9

6 5 3

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High School Indicators
High school dropout rate (CCD, event)
1993-94 2000-01

67

66

n/a
1994-95


2000-01

2001

2002

Postsecondary enrollment
(NCES, High school graduates enrolled in college)

57%

45%

= Less than 0.5 percent = Not applicable = Not available = Sample size too few to calculate = 75-100% of students qualify for lunch subsidies

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