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Tax returns filed by nonprofit organizations are public records. The Internal Revenue Service releases them in two formats: page images and raw data in XML. The raw data is more useful, especially to researchers, because it can be extracted and analyzed more easily. The pages below are a reconstruction of a tax document using raw data from the IRS.This reflects the total annual funds this district received from local, state, and federal sources, compared to the average across the state. (See examples below).
The dual enrollment participation rate reflects the percentage of students in this district who are taking college courses while in high school. Credits for these courses apply both to high school diploma requirements and college graduation requisites.
Advanced Placement classes are rigorous classes with a final exam. The percentage of students taking AP exams may reflect whether the school culture is focused on college.The ACT college readiness rate reflects the minimum score needed on an ACT subject-area test to indicate about a 75 percent chance of obtaining a “C” or higher in the corresponding credit-bearing college course. The benchmarks are set based on national-level data.
Student progress (also known as “student growth”) is a way of understanding how well schools are helping individual students grow academically year-over-year, and whether these students are on track to meet their full potential, compared to students with similar proficiency levels at other schools in the state.
Funds from the federal government, which can include money for Title 1 schools, vocational and tech education, bilingual education, and the Child Nutrition Act, and more.GreatSchools is the leading nonprofit providing high-quality information that supports parents pursuing a great education for their child, schools striving for excellence, and communities working to diminish inequities in education.
This reflects how much annual revenue per student this district has compared to the state average. The revenue per student figure offers a helpful way to compare districts, since total revenues will vary greatly between large and small districts.
This district has a mixed record. Look below to see what percentage of schools in this district are rated above average, average or below average in school quality.The GreatSchools Student Progress Rating compares the academic progress over time for each school to all schools in the state, using student growth data provided by the state Department of Education. In this section you can see a summary of the percentage of schools in this district with above, below, or about average Student Progress Ratings. This is a breakdown of this district’s total spending, including spending on preK-12 education, adult education, payments to governments, private or charter schools, spending on buildings, roads, and equipment, and more. In 2021-2022, Missouri Assessment Program assessed students’ progress toward the Missouri Learning Standards, which are Missouri content standards. End-of-Course assessments are taken when a student has received instruction on the Missouri Learning Standards for an assessment, regardless of grade level. The Missouri suite of available End-of-Course assessments includes: English I, English II, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Biology, and Physical Science.Funds from local sources, which can include money from parent organizations like a PTA/PTO; local property, sales, or utility taxes, and transportation, and more.The Student Progress Rating measures whether students at this school are making academic progress over time based on student growth data provided by the Department of Education. Specifically, this rating looks at how much progress individual students have made on state assessments during the past year or more, how this performance aligns with expected progress based on a student growth model established by the state Department of Education, and how this school’s growth data compares to other schools in the state. The Growth Rating was created using 2021 Growth (Normal Curve Equivalent) data from Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.GreatSchools’ Summary Rating provides an overall snapshot of school quality based on multiple measures, like academics, equity, and the school environment, compared to other public schools in the state. In this section you can see a summary of the percentage of schools in this district with above, below, or about average Summary Ratings.
This reflects how much money this district spent on a per-student basis, compared to the state average. This figure can help you compare districts to one another.Spending on preK-12 instruction, including teacher salaries and materials for regular, special, and vocational programs during the school year and summer, and more.
The ACT is a college admissions test with a total of 36 possible points. This score reflects the average ACT score for students at high schools in this district.
This reflects the percentage of students within this district who are taking International Baccalaureate (IB) courses. IB is an internationally recognized, high-standards program that emphasizes creative and critical thinking. A high school may have specific IB classes students can take, or a school-wide IB program that affects all classes. Some colleges give college credit for IB courses. More about IB