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Dropout Reporting State dropout reports and procedures manual from 2000 to present Facts & Figures Summary of state data on student enrollment, school personnel, SAT scores, cost of textbooks, transportation, school expenditures North Carolina High School Feedback Reports Includes reports from the University of North Carolina about high school graduates that sought admission to a UNC institution in the following fall.
Career and Technical Education The Planning and Performance Management System provides information about results on seven performance indicators used to measure North Carolina's progress toward meeting requirements of the Carl Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act of 1998.
NC Statistical Profile A collection of statistical information about North Carolina's elementary and secondary schools, providing general statistical data on public school pupils, personnel, and finances Positive Behavioral Support Program - Data from Selected Implementations Data from recent implementations of the Positive Behavioral Support program in several North Carolina LEAs.
Biennial Report of the State Board of Education (2004-06) (pdf, 0kb) Report from the State Board of Education and the Department of Public Instruction that details progress toward the approved strategic priorities Indian Education - State Advisory Council Report Addresses relevant concerns pertaining to the education of American Indian students and provides appropriate recommendations to the State Board of Education from 2001 to present Last Best Chance 2004 - Middle Grades Task Force Report An update to the original “Last Best Chance” published by DPI in 1989.
Outlines middle grades reform recommendations (pdf, 600kb) National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) Also known as the Nation's Report Card the NAEP report is the only ongoing project to monitor trends in our students' achievement at the elementary, middle, and high school levels Positive Behavioral Support Initiative Evaluation Report (2005-06) A report on the implementation of the Positive Behavioral Support Program in North Carolina, including information on program coordination, training, evaluation methods, and evaluation results.
As it has been said, “February is the border between winter and spring.” It is a time where we have said goodbye to events and activities that have run their course during the first part of the school year, and have begun to welcome others that will sustain us through the spring and the first hints of summer.
If you consider yourself a sports enthusiast, the month of February gives you ample choices of sporting events to attend.