2012-2013 State of the Schools Report
A Report on Nebraska Public Schools
The 2015-2016 State of the Schools Report Card, and any future data reports regarding Nebraska public schools and student performance, can be found on the Nebraska Education Profile (NEP) at http://nep.education.ne.gov

Nebraska Performance Accountability (NePAS)

Nebraska’s accountability system ranks school districts by their students’ average scale scores on state tests. This chart shows the number of Nebraska districts demonstrating:
IMPROVEMENT compares scores of different students in the same grade, year-to-year.
GROWTH compares the scores of the same students, this year to last year.

 2011-20122012-2013
Reading Improvement185 of 248 districts205 of 248 districts
Reading Growth198 of 248 districts205 of 248 districts
Math Improvement177 of 248 districts169 of 248 districts
Math Growth181 of 248 districts141 of 248 districts
Science ImprovementFirst Administration of NeSA-S172 of 248 districts

By using the drop down menus, view district rankings by grade configurations: Elementary 3–5; Middle 6-8; Secondary 9-12, District 3-8 and 11. For rankings, choose by:
  • STATUS ranks districts by average scale scores in reading, math, writing, science.
  • IMPROVEMENT ranks districts by the differences in the average reading and math scale scores of different students in the same grade.
  • GROWTH ranks districts by the differences in average reading and math scale scores of the same students this year to last year.
Data as of November 8th, 2013



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NePAS Information

Rounding is done once all other calculations are complete.
* Data has been masked to protect the identity of students using one the following criteria:
    1)  Fewer than 10 students were reported in a group or subgroup.
    2)  Fewer than 5 students were reported at a performance level.
    3)  All students were reported in a single group or performance category.

Also see the NDE Data Access and Use Policy and Procedures document on the NSSRS Instructions page under Program-specific Information/General.

 
Data as of September 20th, 2013