The School District of Philadelphia (SDP), in partnership with Open Data Philly, publishes longitudinal data sets spanning various operational school and student performance areas. The public release of this data supports our goals to promote greater transparency and community engagement. Before accessing these data, please review the Terms and Conditions. https://www.philasd.org/performance/wp-content/uploads/sites/85/2017/07/School-District-Data-Sets-Terms-of-Use.pdf
The Advancing Education Safely dashboard includes information about COVID-19 testing and confirmed cases for SDP students and staff in 2021-22.
Expenditures, employee information, teacher attendance, teacher demographics, budgets, and full-time employees
• Actual Performance files: calculated using actual student performance levels. • Accountability Performance files: calculated using the student performance levels used for accountability reporting purposes, which are revised to meet state mandated caps for PASA.
Both files contain results for grades 3-8 and 11 on the English Language Arts (ELA), Mathematics, and Science portions of the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA) exam. They also include results for grade 11 on the Algebra I, Biology, and Literature exams that make up the Keystone end-of-course assessments. Results are reported for All Students, and are also broken down by Gender, Ethnicity, English Language Learner (ELL) status, Special Education (IEP) status, and Economically Disadvantaged status.
Enter an address to see which school catchment area that address is located in. The application can also use the location of the user, retrieved from the user’s browser, rather than an address. The map is powered by Google Maps.
School lists, enrollment, demographics, pre-school, catchments; surveys, reopening
School progress report, district scorecard, PSSA & Keystone, district graduation rate, school graduation rate, aimsweb-star, attendance, out-of-school suspensions, serious incidents, NSC student tracker reports, college matriculation, end-of-year report
Overview: The School Progress Report (SPR) is an innovative tool designed to help us support, respond to, and improve our schools. The SPR reflects our core belief that all students deserve to attend great schools and that we must hold ourselves to a standard of equitable educational excellence. The SPR enables us to both see whether we are meeting this standard, and to track progress and growth of students against the District’s anchor goals (outlined in Action Plan).
Key Features: • The SPR looks at schools across multiple dimensions, reflecting and appreciating the richness and complexity of the educational experience • Among these dimensions, the SPR puts the most emphasis on student growth, reflecting our focus on and commitment to ensuring that all of our students are learning • The SPR includes useful comparisons within “peer group” schools that are serving similar student populations • The SPR is a local management tool that is designed to be both fair and actionable across District and Charter Schools
Purpose and Use: • To identify and celebrate successes • To identify areas needing interventions and supports • To enable evidence-based decisions about intervention, replication, renewal, and expansion • To strategically focus resources for greatest impact on students • To track progress against the Action Plan anchor goals