The coronavirus pandemic that disrupted the 2019-20 school year prevented the collection of much of the usual data. This year’s profiles, adapted from the standard version, do not include statewide assessments, class size, ninth grade on-track, attendance and other data.
“This annual data release comes roughly seven months after our students, families and educators started overcoming the toughest education challenge our state has ever faced,” Oregon Department of Education Director Colt Gill said in a statement.
This year’s information includes enrollment, diversity, immunization levels, staff numbers and graduation data for some schools. ODE redesigned the annual report cards in 2018 to meet federal Every Student Succeeds Act requirements and to be more user friendly for families and communities wanting to compare schools to state averages and past years.