RIDE Information Services

 

Statistical Reports

 

The Department of Education annually collects a large variety of data from schools and districts - much of it required by state or federal mandates. Education data is used to inform state and local policymaking, local media, program decisions within districts and schools, and the work of educational nonprofits across the state. The quality of department efforts has been nationally recognized with awards from the American Educational Research Association and the National Center for Education Statistics at the U.S. Department of Education.

Reports of public enrollment, dropouts, graduates and graduation rates
Most Frequently Requested Education Data (FRED)
 
RIDE Data Acquisition Calendar (DAC)
 


The graduation rates below are based on the 9th grade cohort of students that graduate in their class on time (in 4 years). Because of student mobility and transitions, it takes up to 6 years to ensure an accurate reflection of all students in each 9th grade cohort. For this reason, these 4 year rates include all students that flow through the system over a six-year period. In instances where there are not 6 years of data (2017 and 2018), the rates include the most recent data available. For more graduation data, please visit the Report Card site, the Graduation Dashboard and Frequently Requested Education Data (FRED).

Graduation Rates for the 2017-18 Graduating Class
Graduation Rates for the 2016-17 Graduating Class
Graduation Rates for the 2015-16 Graduating Class
Graduation Rates for the 2014-15 Graduating Class
Graduation Rates for the 2013-14 Graduating Class
Graduation Rates for the 2012-13 Graduating Class
Graduation Rates for the 2011-12 Graduating Class
Graduation Rates for the 2010-11 Graduating Class
Graduation Rates for the 2009-10 Graduating Class
Graduation Rates for the 2008-09 Graduating Class
Graduation Rates for the 2007-08 Graduating Class
Graduation Rates for the 2006-07 Graduating Class