Institutional Research

The purpose of the Institutional Research and Evaluation program in Spring Lake Park Schools is to objectively and systematically collect, analyze, and interpret data to support decision making, operational planning, continuous improvement, and organizational effectiveness.

The primary functions of the Institutional Research and Evaluation program are to:

  • Provide timely and accurate data to internal and external constituents
  • Support staff in conducting program evaluations, academic return on investment studies, and other projects designed to improve the quality of services and programs
  • Develop, collect, and communicate indicators of organizational effectiveness
  • Respond to federal, state and other external reporting mandates
  • Build capacity around and promote engagement with data

The district’s research and evaluation efforts align with the standards developed by the Joint Committee on Standards for Educational Evaluation. Click here to view the organization’s standards.

Student Success

Graduation Rate

Accountability and External Reporting

  • Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)
  • Achievement and Integration 🔒
  • Alternative Delivery of Specialized Instructional Services (ADSIS) 🔒
  • Title I, II, III 🔒
  • World’s Best Workforce
  • Reads Well by Third Grade
  • Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC)
  • American Indian Education Plan

🔒 = staff need to sign-in to view data/reports

Institutional Facts

  • Dashboards 🔒- coming fall 2018
  • Enrollment and Retention Report - coming fall 2018
  • Graduate Outcomes
  • Staff Data - coming fall 2018
  • Fact Book - coming winter 2018

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Learning Analytics

  • Progress Monitoring 
  • Program Evaluations - Infographics for public -  actual reports require sign-in 🔒 - coming fall 2018
  • Academic Return on Investment (AROI) Studies - Infographics for public -  actual reports require sign-in 🔒 - coming fall 2018

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