2018-19 School Assessment and Other Indicator Data (School Growth, EOG/EOC, ACT Grade 11, ACT WorkKeys, EL Progress, Other HS Indicators, HS Graduation Project)

EOG Resources (Achievement Levels, Test Specifications, Released Forms, etc.)

North Carolina Final Exams

​Graduation Data (see Table 9 under Pupil Information)

AIG Student Data

Economically Disadvantaged Students Data and Information

Additional School Level Data

Performance Dashboard - Enrollment Demographics, Performance Outcomes, College Level Courses, Highly Effective Teachers, Time in School

NC DPI Accountability Data Sets and Reports

North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)

School Report Cards – School, District and State Report Cards includes student performance, class size, school safety, and teacher quality data

North Carolina Teacher Working Conditions Survey​​- survey of educators on​ subjects including time, resources, leadership, instructional practices, support, etc.​

Reports and Statistics – Student Testing

SAT and AP Reports- Annual reports of state SAT and AP test performance

ACT Reports 

Demographics and Finances

NC DPI Research Data Requests, State Data Sources, External Data Sources

Additional Resources

United States Department of Education – information can be found about funding, policy, research news and more.
National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)
College Board
Preliminary SAT (PSAT)
SAT Reasoning Test (SAT)
Advanced Placement (AP)
Code of Ethics
Proctor's Guide​ 
MAP College Explorer Tool
State Board of Education
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