PARCC - Grade 3 - Literacy

2015
African American School District
Source: School Report Card
An African American or Black person has origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Caucasian School District
Source: School Report Card
A White, or Caucasian, person has origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Hispanic School District
Source: School Report Card
A Hispanic or Latino person is of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. (NCES.ed.gov)
Economically Disadvantaged School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who are eligible for the Free or Reduced Lunch Status under the National School Lunch Program. (NCES.ed.gov)
English Learners School District
Source: School Report Card
The student has a language background other than English, and his or her proficiency in English is such that the probability of the student’s academic success in an English-only classroom is below that of native English language students
Students with Disabilities School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who receive special education services
TAGG School District
Source: School Report Card
The Targeted Achievement Gap Group (TAGG) includes students in any or all of the following subgroups: economically disadvantaged, English Learners (EL), and Students with Disabilities (SWD)
Migrant School District
Source: School Report Card
A student who has moved in the past 3 years, on their own or with their family, for the purpose of seeking work in agriculture, fishing, dairies, logging or food processing. A student can only be determined as "migrant" by the Arkansas migrant education program, which will provide a list of eligible students to each district where migrant children reside
Male School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of male
Female School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of female
Combined Population School District
Source: School Report Card
Total of all categories

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PARCC - Grade 3 - Math

2015
African American School District
Source: School Report Card
An African American or Black person has origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Caucasian School District
Source: School Report Card
A White, or Caucasian, person has origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Hispanic School District
Source: School Report Card
A Hispanic or Latino person is of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. (NCES.ed.gov)
Economically Disadvantaged School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who are eligible for the Free or Reduced Lunch Status under the National School Lunch Program. (NCES.ed.gov)
English Learners School District
Source: School Report Card
The student has a language background other than English, and his or her proficiency in English is such that the probability of the student’s academic success in an English-only classroom is below that of native English language students
Students with Disabilities School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who receive special education services
TAGG School District
Source: School Report Card
The Targeted Achievement Gap Group (TAGG) includes students in any or all of the following subgroups: economically disadvantaged, English Learners (EL), and Students with Disabilities (SWD)
Migrant School District
Source: School Report Card
A student who has moved in the past 3 years, on their own or with their family, for the purpose of seeking work in agriculture, fishing, dairies, logging or food processing. A student can only be determined as "migrant" by the Arkansas migrant education program, which will provide a list of eligible students to each district where migrant children reside
Male School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of male
Female School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of female
Combined Population School District
Source: School Report Card
Total of all categories

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PARCC - Grade 4 - Literacy

2015
African American School District
Source: School Report Card
An African American or Black person has origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Caucasian School District
Source: School Report Card
A White, or Caucasian, person has origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Hispanic School District
Source: School Report Card
A Hispanic or Latino person is of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. (NCES.ed.gov)
Economically Disadvantaged School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who are eligible for the Free or Reduced Lunch Status under the National School Lunch Program. (NCES.ed.gov)
English Learners School District
Source: School Report Card
The student has a language background other than English, and his or her proficiency in English is such that the probability of the student’s academic success in an English-only classroom is below that of native English language students
Students with Disabilities School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who receive special education services
TAGG School District
Source: School Report Card
The Targeted Achievement Gap Group (TAGG) includes students in any or all of the following subgroups: economically disadvantaged, English Learners (EL), and Students with Disabilities (SWD)
Migrant School District
Source: School Report Card
A student who has moved in the past 3 years, on their own or with their family, for the purpose of seeking work in agriculture, fishing, dairies, logging or food processing. A student can only be determined as "migrant" by the Arkansas migrant education program, which will provide a list of eligible students to each district where migrant children reside
Male School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of male
Female School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of female
Combined Population School District
Source: School Report Card
Total of all categories

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PARCC - Grade 4 - Math

2015
African American School District
Source: School Report Card
An African American or Black person has origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Caucasian School District
Source: School Report Card
A White, or Caucasian, person has origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Hispanic School District
Source: School Report Card
A Hispanic or Latino person is of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. (NCES.ed.gov)
Economically Disadvantaged School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who are eligible for the Free or Reduced Lunch Status under the National School Lunch Program. (NCES.ed.gov)
English Learners School District
Source: School Report Card
The student has a language background other than English, and his or her proficiency in English is such that the probability of the student’s academic success in an English-only classroom is below that of native English language students
Students with Disabilities School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who receive special education services
TAGG School District
Source: School Report Card
The Targeted Achievement Gap Group (TAGG) includes students in any or all of the following subgroups: economically disadvantaged, English Learners (EL), and Students with Disabilities (SWD)
Migrant School District
Source: School Report Card
A student who has moved in the past 3 years, on their own or with their family, for the purpose of seeking work in agriculture, fishing, dairies, logging or food processing. A student can only be determined as "migrant" by the Arkansas migrant education program, which will provide a list of eligible students to each district where migrant children reside
Male School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of male
Female School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of female
Combined Population School District
Source: School Report Card
Total of all categories

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PARCC - Grade 5 - Literacy

2015
African American School District
Source: School Report Card
An African American or Black person has origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Caucasian School District
Source: School Report Card
A White, or Caucasian, person has origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Hispanic School District
Source: School Report Card
A Hispanic or Latino person is of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. (NCES.ed.gov)
Economically Disadvantaged School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who are eligible for the Free or Reduced Lunch Status under the National School Lunch Program. (NCES.ed.gov)
English Learners School District
Source: School Report Card
The student has a language background other than English, and his or her proficiency in English is such that the probability of the student’s academic success in an English-only classroom is below that of native English language students
Students with Disabilities School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who receive special education services
TAGG School District
Source: School Report Card
The Targeted Achievement Gap Group (TAGG) includes students in any or all of the following subgroups: economically disadvantaged, English Learners (EL), and Students with Disabilities (SWD)
Migrant School District
Source: School Report Card
A student who has moved in the past 3 years, on their own or with their family, for the purpose of seeking work in agriculture, fishing, dairies, logging or food processing. A student can only be determined as "migrant" by the Arkansas migrant education program, which will provide a list of eligible students to each district where migrant children reside
Male School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of male
Female School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of female
Combined Population School District
Source: School Report Card
Total of all categories

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PARCC - Grade 5 - Math

2015
African American School District
Source: School Report Card
An African American or Black person has origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Caucasian School District
Source: School Report Card
A White, or Caucasian, person has origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Hispanic School District
Source: School Report Card
A Hispanic or Latino person is of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. (NCES.ed.gov)
Economically Disadvantaged School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who are eligible for the Free or Reduced Lunch Status under the National School Lunch Program. (NCES.ed.gov)
English Learners School District
Source: School Report Card
The student has a language background other than English, and his or her proficiency in English is such that the probability of the student’s academic success in an English-only classroom is below that of native English language students
Students with Disabilities School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who receive special education services
TAGG School District
Source: School Report Card
The Targeted Achievement Gap Group (TAGG) includes students in any or all of the following subgroups: economically disadvantaged, English Learners (EL), and Students with Disabilities (SWD)
Migrant School District
Source: School Report Card
A student who has moved in the past 3 years, on their own or with their family, for the purpose of seeking work in agriculture, fishing, dairies, logging or food processing. A student can only be determined as "migrant" by the Arkansas migrant education program, which will provide a list of eligible students to each district where migrant children reside
Male School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of male
Female School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of female
Combined Population School District
Source: School Report Card
Total of all categories

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PARCC - Grade 6 - Literacy

2015
African American School District
Source: School Report Card
An African American or Black person has origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Caucasian School District
Source: School Report Card
A White, or Caucasian, person has origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Hispanic School District
Source: School Report Card
A Hispanic or Latino person is of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. (NCES.ed.gov)
Economically Disadvantaged School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who are eligible for the Free or Reduced Lunch Status under the National School Lunch Program. (NCES.ed.gov)
English Learners School District
Source: School Report Card
The student has a language background other than English, and his or her proficiency in English is such that the probability of the student’s academic success in an English-only classroom is below that of native English language students
Students with Disabilities School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who receive special education services
TAGG School District
Source: School Report Card
The Targeted Achievement Gap Group (TAGG) includes students in any or all of the following subgroups: economically disadvantaged, English Learners (EL), and Students with Disabilities (SWD)
Migrant School District
Source: School Report Card
A student who has moved in the past 3 years, on their own or with their family, for the purpose of seeking work in agriculture, fishing, dairies, logging or food processing. A student can only be determined as "migrant" by the Arkansas migrant education program, which will provide a list of eligible students to each district where migrant children reside
Male School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of male
Female School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of female
Combined Population School District
Source: School Report Card
Total of all categories

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PARCC - Grade 6 - Math

2015
African American School District
Source: School Report Card
An African American or Black person has origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Caucasian School District
Source: School Report Card
A White, or Caucasian, person has origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Hispanic School District
Source: School Report Card
A Hispanic or Latino person is of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. (NCES.ed.gov)
Economically Disadvantaged School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who are eligible for the Free or Reduced Lunch Status under the National School Lunch Program. (NCES.ed.gov)
English Learners School District
Source: School Report Card
The student has a language background other than English, and his or her proficiency in English is such that the probability of the student’s academic success in an English-only classroom is below that of native English language students
Students with Disabilities School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who receive special education services
TAGG School District
Source: School Report Card
The Targeted Achievement Gap Group (TAGG) includes students in any or all of the following subgroups: economically disadvantaged, English Learners (EL), and Students with Disabilities (SWD)
Migrant School District
Source: School Report Card
A student who has moved in the past 3 years, on their own or with their family, for the purpose of seeking work in agriculture, fishing, dairies, logging or food processing. A student can only be determined as "migrant" by the Arkansas migrant education program, which will provide a list of eligible students to each district where migrant children reside
Male School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of male
Female School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of female
Combined Population School District
Source: School Report Card
Total of all categories

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PARCC - Grade 7 - Literacy

2015
African American School District
Source: School Report Card
An African American or Black person has origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Caucasian School District
Source: School Report Card
A White, or Caucasian, person has origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Hispanic School District
Source: School Report Card
A Hispanic or Latino person is of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. (NCES.ed.gov)
Economically Disadvantaged School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who are eligible for the Free or Reduced Lunch Status under the National School Lunch Program. (NCES.ed.gov)
English Learners School District
Source: School Report Card
The student has a language background other than English, and his or her proficiency in English is such that the probability of the student’s academic success in an English-only classroom is below that of native English language students
Students with Disabilities School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who receive special education services
TAGG School District
Source: School Report Card
The Targeted Achievement Gap Group (TAGG) includes students in any or all of the following subgroups: economically disadvantaged, English Learners (EL), and Students with Disabilities (SWD)
Migrant School District
Source: School Report Card
A student who has moved in the past 3 years, on their own or with their family, for the purpose of seeking work in agriculture, fishing, dairies, logging or food processing. A student can only be determined as "migrant" by the Arkansas migrant education program, which will provide a list of eligible students to each district where migrant children reside
Male School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of male
Female School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of female
Combined Population School District
Source: School Report Card
Total of all categories

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PARCC - Grade 7 - Math

2015
African American School District
Source: School Report Card
An African American or Black person has origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Caucasian School District
Source: School Report Card
A White, or Caucasian, person has origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Hispanic School District
Source: School Report Card
A Hispanic or Latino person is of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. (NCES.ed.gov)
Economically Disadvantaged School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who are eligible for the Free or Reduced Lunch Status under the National School Lunch Program. (NCES.ed.gov)
English Learners School District
Source: School Report Card
The student has a language background other than English, and his or her proficiency in English is such that the probability of the student’s academic success in an English-only classroom is below that of native English language students
Students with Disabilities School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who receive special education services
TAGG School District
Source: School Report Card
The Targeted Achievement Gap Group (TAGG) includes students in any or all of the following subgroups: economically disadvantaged, English Learners (EL), and Students with Disabilities (SWD)
Migrant School District
Source: School Report Card
A student who has moved in the past 3 years, on their own or with their family, for the purpose of seeking work in agriculture, fishing, dairies, logging or food processing. A student can only be determined as "migrant" by the Arkansas migrant education program, which will provide a list of eligible students to each district where migrant children reside
Male School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of male
Female School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of female
Combined Population School District
Source: School Report Card
Total of all categories

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PARCC - Grade 8 - Literacy

2015
African American School District
Source: School Report Card
An African American or Black person has origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Caucasian School District
Source: School Report Card
A White, or Caucasian, person has origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Hispanic School District
Source: School Report Card
A Hispanic or Latino person is of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. (NCES.ed.gov)
Economically Disadvantaged School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who are eligible for the Free or Reduced Lunch Status under the National School Lunch Program. (NCES.ed.gov)
English Learners School District
Source: School Report Card
The student has a language background other than English, and his or her proficiency in English is such that the probability of the student’s academic success in an English-only classroom is below that of native English language students
Students with Disabilities School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who receive special education services
TAGG School District
Source: School Report Card
The Targeted Achievement Gap Group (TAGG) includes students in any or all of the following subgroups: economically disadvantaged, English Learners (EL), and Students with Disabilities (SWD)
Migrant School District
Source: School Report Card
A student who has moved in the past 3 years, on their own or with their family, for the purpose of seeking work in agriculture, fishing, dairies, logging or food processing. A student can only be determined as "migrant" by the Arkansas migrant education program, which will provide a list of eligible students to each district where migrant children reside
Male School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of male
Female School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of female
Combined Population School District
Source: School Report Card
Total of all categories

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PARCC - Grade 8 - Math

2015
African American School District
Source: School Report Card
An African American or Black person has origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Caucasian School District
Source: School Report Card
A White, or Caucasian, person has origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Hispanic School District
Source: School Report Card
A Hispanic or Latino person is of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. (NCES.ed.gov)
Economically Disadvantaged School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who are eligible for the Free or Reduced Lunch Status under the National School Lunch Program. (NCES.ed.gov)
English Learners School District
Source: School Report Card
The student has a language background other than English, and his or her proficiency in English is such that the probability of the student’s academic success in an English-only classroom is below that of native English language students
Students with Disabilities School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who receive special education services
TAGG School District
Source: School Report Card
The Targeted Achievement Gap Group (TAGG) includes students in any or all of the following subgroups: economically disadvantaged, English Learners (EL), and Students with Disabilities (SWD)
Migrant School District
Source: School Report Card
A student who has moved in the past 3 years, on their own or with their family, for the purpose of seeking work in agriculture, fishing, dairies, logging or food processing. A student can only be determined as "migrant" by the Arkansas migrant education program, which will provide a list of eligible students to each district where migrant children reside
Male School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of male
Female School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of female
Combined Population School District
Source: School Report Card
Total of all categories

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PARCC - Grade 9 - Literacy

2015
African American School District
Source: School Report Card
An African American or Black person has origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Caucasian School District
Source: School Report Card
A White, or Caucasian, person has origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Hispanic School District
Source: School Report Card
A Hispanic or Latino person is of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. (NCES.ed.gov)
Economically Disadvantaged School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who are eligible for the Free or Reduced Lunch Status under the National School Lunch Program. (NCES.ed.gov)
English Learners School District
Source: School Report Card
The student has a language background other than English, and his or her proficiency in English is such that the probability of the student’s academic success in an English-only classroom is below that of native English language students
Students with Disabilities School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who receive special education services
TAGG School District
Source: School Report Card
The Targeted Achievement Gap Group (TAGG) includes students in any or all of the following subgroups: economically disadvantaged, English Learners (EL), and Students with Disabilities (SWD)
Migrant School District
Source: School Report Card
A student who has moved in the past 3 years, on their own or with their family, for the purpose of seeking work in agriculture, fishing, dairies, logging or food processing. A student can only be determined as "migrant" by the Arkansas migrant education program, which will provide a list of eligible students to each district where migrant children reside
Male School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of male
Female School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of female
Combined Population School District
Source: School Report Card
Total of all categories

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PARCC - Grade 10 - Literacy

2015
African American School District
Source: School Report Card
An African American or Black person has origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Caucasian School District
Source: School Report Card
A White, or Caucasian, person has origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Hispanic School District
Source: School Report Card
A Hispanic or Latino person is of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. (NCES.ed.gov)
Economically Disadvantaged School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who are eligible for the Free or Reduced Lunch Status under the National School Lunch Program. (NCES.ed.gov)
English Learners School District
Source: School Report Card
The student has a language background other than English, and his or her proficiency in English is such that the probability of the student’s academic success in an English-only classroom is below that of native English language students
Students with Disabilities School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who receive special education services
TAGG School District
Source: School Report Card
The Targeted Achievement Gap Group (TAGG) includes students in any or all of the following subgroups: economically disadvantaged, English Learners (EL), and Students with Disabilities (SWD)
Migrant School District
Source: School Report Card
A student who has moved in the past 3 years, on their own or with their family, for the purpose of seeking work in agriculture, fishing, dairies, logging or food processing. A student can only be determined as "migrant" by the Arkansas migrant education program, which will provide a list of eligible students to each district where migrant children reside
Male School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of male
Female School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of female
Combined Population School District
Source: School Report Card
Total of all categories

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PARCC EOC - Algebra

2015
African American School District
Source: School Report Card
An African American or Black person has origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Caucasian School District
Source: School Report Card
A White, or Caucasian, person has origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Hispanic School District
Source: School Report Card
A Hispanic or Latino person is of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. (NCES.ed.gov)
Economically Disadvantaged School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who are eligible for the Free or Reduced Lunch Status under the National School Lunch Program
English Learners School District
Source: School Report Card
The student has a language background other than English, and his or her proficiency in English is such that the probability of the student’s academic success in an English-only classroom is below that of native English language students
Students with Disabilities School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who receive special education services
TAGG School District
Source: School Report Card
The Targeted Achievement Gap Group (TAGG) includes students in any or all of the following subgroups: economically disadvantaged, English Learners (EL), and Students with Disabilities (SWD)
Migrant School District
Source: School Report Card
A student who has moved in the past 3 years, on their own or with their family, for the purpose of seeking work in agriculture, fishing, dairies, logging or food processing. A student can only be determined as "migrant" by the Arkansas migrant education program, which will provide a list of eligible students to each district where migrant children reside
Male School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of male
Female School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of female
Combined Population School District
Source: School Report Card
Total of all categories

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PARCC EOC - Geometry

2015
African American School District
Source: School Report Card
An African American or Black person has origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Caucasian School District
Source: School Report Card
A White, or Caucasian, person has origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa. (NCES.ed.gov)
Hispanic School District
Source: School Report Card
A Hispanic or Latino person is of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. (NCES.ed.gov)
Economically Disadvantaged School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who are eligible for the Free or Reduced Lunch Status under the National School Lunch Program
English Learners School District
Source: School Report Card
The student has a language background other than English, and his or her proficiency in English is such that the probability of the student’s academic success in an English-only classroom is below that of native English language students
Students with Disabilities School District
Source: School Report Card
Students who receive special education services
TAGG School District
Source: School Report Card
The Targeted Achievement Gap Group (TAGG) includes students in any or all of the following subgroups: economically disadvantaged, English Learners (EL), and Students with Disabilities (SWD)
Migrant School District
Source: School Report Card
A student who has moved in the past 3 years, on their own or with their family, for the purpose of seeking work in agriculture, fishing, dairies, logging or food processing. A student can only be determined as "migrant" by the Arkansas migrant education program, which will provide a list of eligible students to each district where migrant children reside
Male School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of male
Female School District
Source: School Report Card
Gender selection of female
Combined Population School District
Source: School Report Card
Total of all categories

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