Provides detailed information about the quality of learning and instruction, including state and federal accountability ratings, grade-by-grade data on student achievement, graduation rates and teacher qualifications.
Contains hundreds of links to over 40 topics concerning Virginia and the United States. Topics include agriculture, banking, communications, commuting, crime, defense, demographics, e-commerce, earnings, and more!
Produces the official annual population estimates for Virginia and its localities; conducts practical and policy-oriented analysis of census and demographic data under contract; and communicates rigorous research and its policy implications to clients including state and local governments, employers, non-profit organizations, and the general public, through meaningful, intuitive publications, and presentations.
Find all statistics issued by the US government since 1973; 1000 of the best statistical publications of private and state government sources and approximately 2000 titles from international agencies. Includes Statistical Abstract of the U.S., and Statistical Abstracts of the World. View a tutorial on this database here.
The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ongoing, nationwide, monthly survey covering approximately three-million households each year and is now the source for all of the socioeconomic data that was formerly obtained from the decennial census. ACS data is available for three types of releases depending on population size: annually, three-year periods and five-year periods.
SDC monitors development trends, analyzes social, economic and other characteristics and prepares population, housing, employment, labor force, and income projections, which provide the baseline for planning for growth and development in the State.
he data available here will give you a snapshot of our progress and offer insight as to what’s in store for DCPS. DCPS includes downloadable files that contain school and subgroup breakouts on enrollment, graduation rates, and standardized test achievement
"The District of Columbia Comprehensive Assessment System, (DC CAS), assesses students on reading and math in grades 3-8 and 10, science in grades 5 and 8, biology in high school, and composition in grades 4, 7, and 10." The last year it was administered was 2013-14. DC CAS was replaced with PARCC in 2014-15.