2019-2020 District Data Profiles Now Available

The 2019-20 version of the Central Rivers AEA District Data Profiles are currently available for your use.   All data in the profiles are complete and up-to-date as of this time.  

Profiles for each district can be found on our staff website under the Integrated Services Link – District Data Information.  The direct link is: https://intranet.centralriversaea.org/agency-sectors/district-data-information/.  Please Note – Although we are working to update this site to allow for easier access and navigation, these resources are available immediately.

To locate a specific district’s Data Profile, simply select the desired district, and then scroll down to the 2019-20 folder near the bottom of the page.  It is here you will find the most current District Data Profile, as well as other data documents such as the district’s Equity Report, and Special Education Profile.  Supplemental documents include a District Data Profile Definitions and Talking Points document. You are encouraged to become familiar with these two documents so you can develop a deeper understanding of the data and how they can and should be used.  

Misc. Notes and Reminders: 

  • These data are to be considered as broad indicators of the health and well-being of the district and are to be used as a tool to become more familiar with a district/school you are assigned to as well as information which can serve as a catalyst for data-based conversations with the district around continuous improvement. These data represent a point in time “balcony level” or “snapshot” look at many areas of student/school performance.  These data are not considered to be diagnostic nor prescriptive.
  • Districts and AEA collaborators are encouraged to “dig deeper” into their data using multiple sources of additional information if these data indicate that a continuous improvement opportunity exists.
  • Not all data from the 2018-19 school year are currently available on this 2019-20 edition of the District Data Profiles due to the fact that some data are reported by the Department of Education with a one year ( or more) lag.  If this is the case, the data depicted would be from the year before. Additionally, two prominent pieces of date, the Iowa Statewide Assessment of Student Progress (ISASP) and the Conditions for Learning (CfL) data collected this spring are not yet available.  These profiles will be updated when these data become available.
  • Given some concerns around the validity of the GOLD Assessment data, it was decided to not display these data in the current District Data Profile.  However, mention of the GOLD Assessment was retained in the profile as a reminder that districts and schools should continue to consider and use GOLD Assessment data and other early childhood data as improvement plans are developed.

Every effort has been made to assure that the data contained in the District Profile are accurate.  If inaccurate data are identified or suspected, please contact Joe Kremer ASAP at 319-273-8257 or jkremer@centralriversaea.org

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