The Minnesota Report Card gives you easy access to understandable district and school data.
This tool is designed to provide parents, educators, schools, districts and citizens with easy access to district and school information, test results, revenue and expenditure data, demographic information and other critical data in a centralized location. Choose from several reports to learn more about the state of education in your local district, a specific school, or the state as a whole.
To get started, choose a report from the menu on the left.
This interactive tool was recently updated to be mobile device friendly, giving you access to school, district and state education data wherever you are!
We hope you find this a helpful tool as you explore data that impacts the students in your school and/or district. Contact our data analytics staff if needed. They are available to help you find exactly what you are looking for.
MDE Data Analytics Team
My School – Demographics, trend data, graduation rates, contact information and more. It is a helpful “snapshot” of any district or school in Minnesota.
Demographics – Student population by ethnicity and special populations.
Test Results – View data by school or district, test type, subject, testing year, grade level, race/ethnicity, gender and more; trend data from 2009 to 2013.
Graduation Rates – Select up to four student groups at once to narrow results; choose four-, five- or six-year graduation cohort rates.
School Performance – The four components of the Multiple Measurement Rating (MMR) and the Focus Rating (FR), including proficiency, growth, achievement-gap reduction, and graduation.
Student Progress – Growth students have made from 2009-2013.
Academic Standards – How well students did on statewide exams according to the four levels of achievement.
Staffing Profile – Full-time equivalents (FTEs) for teachers, paraprofessionals, administrators, and more; average salaries, experience and education levels, and student-teacher ratios.
Federal Accountability – History of a school’s or district’s Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) designations, broken down by subject, participation and proficiency, and graduation and attendance.
NAEP – NAEP (the Nation’s Report Card) is the only nationally representative assessment of what America’s students know and can do. It is the only assessment that can be compared across states. Assessments are conducted every 2 years in Math and Reading producing state results.