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    NC School Report Cards 

    This report card includes important information about student performance, class size, school safety and teacher quality in your child's school for the last five years.

    The ABCs of Public Education: Growth and Performance of North Carolina Public Schools

    For updated Program Information, including Annual Measureable Objectives (AMOs), click here.

    Adequate Yearly Progress Report

    The user can use this site to breakdown the AYP subgroup results by state, district and individual schools for the last five years for reading, math, attendance and graduation rates. This section also reports on cohort graduation rates, Title 1 schools in improvement and district improvement status and performance.

    No Child Left Behind 

    NCLB is built on four principles: accountability for results, more choices for parents, greater local control and flexibility, and an emphasis on doing what works based on scientific research.

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    Greenbook: NC State Testing Results

    Results included in these documents were generated from tests administered statewide during a school year. The local schools or school systems scanned the students' answer sheets with proprietary software developed by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. The data were sent to the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction where they were concatenated. The data analyses and reporting are limited to traditional public schools and charter schools. In addition, confidentiality ethics do not permit references to subgroups with less than five students.

    Institute of Education Sciences

    The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) is the primary federal entity for collecting and analyzing data related to education in the U.S. and other nations. NCES is located within the U.S. Department of Education and the Institute of Education Sciences.

    NC Department of Public Instruction

    Highlights, news, and common questions as they relate to North Carolina's education system.

    Pupil Accounting: Enrollment, Demographics, & High School Graduates 

    Pupil accounting data are among the most useful sources of information available to state and local administrators and to the public in general. This information provides the core of the data used in evaluation, planning, allocation of funds, and measurement of compliance with Federal and State regulations. The basic pupil accounting form used in North Carolina is the Principal's Monthly Report (PMR). There are nine reporting periods of twenty school days each. Average Daily Membership (ADM), Average Daily Attendance (ADA), Membership Last Day (MLD) and Initial Enrollment (E1 + E2) are derived from this report.


    SAT Report 

    NC Teacher Working Conditions 

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     The North Carolina SAT Reports
    Reporting on the Nation, the State, the 115 Public School Systems, Charter Schools, North Carolina School of the Arts, and North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics.

     NC Teacher Working Conditions Survey

    The NC TWC Survey is an online, anonymous survey of all public school educators in North Carolina of their perception of their school environment. 


    North Carolina General Statute 115C-12(27) requires an annual report of students dropping out of schools in the state. An "event dropout rate" is reported for each LEA and charter school in the state. This is the number of students in a particular grade range dropping out in one year divided by a measure of the total students in that particular grade range.

    AT GRADES 3–8 AND 10

    The North Carolina End-of-Grade Tests are designed to measure student performance on the goals, objectives, and grade-level competencies specified in the North Carolina Standard Course of  Study.



     Enf-of-Course Tests





    The North Carolina End-of-Course Tests are used to sample a student’s knowledge of subject-related concepts as specified in the North Carolina Standard Course of Study and to provide a global estimate of the student’s mastery of the material in a particular content area. The North Carolina End-of-Course tests were initiated in response to legislation passed by the North Carolina General Assembly – the North Carolina Elementary and Secondary Reform Act of 1984. In the 2011-12 school year, students enrolled in the following courses are required to take the North Carolina EOC tests: Algebra I, Biology, and English I.

Last Modified on June 24, 2013