This series of reports compares performance in reading and math assessments for the same set of students over time. The main metric used in the reports is the National Percentile Rank (NPR). NPR is a norm-referenced measure that compares student performance to a national sample of students.
This report examines student attendance during in-person learning (September 2019 through February 2020) and compares it to student attendance during digital learning (September 2020 through February 2021).
Findings from more than 100 virtual classroom observations in October and November 2020.
The data included in this 21-page brief are a system-level summary of school performance according to the modified 2019-20 End-of-Year Reports.
This six-page brief reviews feedback collected from a survey about digital learning administered to non-instructional school-based staff.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, SDP began the 2020-21 school year with a 100% digital learning model. The Office of Research and Evaluation (ORE) created and administered a survey for SDP parents and guardians to gather feedback about digital learning during the first months of the school year. This report describes the survey’s administration and respondents, and it provides an overview of results along with excerpts of representative open-ended comments.
During summer 2020, SDP offered a variety of online programs to support student learning. This report summarizes findings from an evaluation of four offerings: Summer Opportunity for Academic Review (SOAR), English Learner Summer Program for Newcomers (ELSP), Extended School Year (ESY), and Credit Recovery.
An overview of responses to five 2019-20 District-Wide Survey items related to technology.
Between June and August 2020, the Office of Evaluation, Research, and Accountability (ERA) used an online feedback form to gather input about reopening schools for the 2020-21 school year. This report summarizes findings from an analysis of the comments submitted from the time the feedback form opened on June 23 until August 14.
We are gathering information from a variety of sources about how digital learning is going. This document provides a summary of the questions that we’re asking across five main topics.