State releases updates to Delaware Report Card
On-demand translation and printable snapshots are among new upgrades released today to the Delaware Report Card.
The Delaware Department of Education launched the Delaware Report Card (reportcard.doe.k12.de.us), a more consumer-friendly site to provide important educational information to Delaware families, last year. Designed for families to find important information with ease, the Delaware Report Card replaced the state’s school profiles site. The upgrades released today are part of continuous efforts to make enhancements and improvements to the site.
The latest changes and additions to the site include:
- On-demand translation available for all information on the site in four languages
- Downloadable/printable snapshot overviews for all schools, districts and the state
- New data about students’ college and career preparedness as well as educator information coming next week
- Data showing student growth in English language arts and math, complementing the proficiency data previously available
- 2019 federal accountability results
Find more information on the Delaware Report Card here.
The department will continue to collect feedback through the contact link on the report card homepage. The link also can be used to submit general questions or comments.
As data is added to the Delaware Report Card it also may be added to the Open Data Portal, which provides researchers easier access to downloadable data to support their needs. Learn more about other recent additions to that site here.
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