Dashboard Technical Notes 

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Employment Dashboard

Sources:

Notes:

  • In the ACS, "Hispanic or Latino orgin" is not mutually exclusive of other races/ethnicities listed, unless otherwise noted.

  • The ACS poverty population estimates only include those people for whom poverty status can be determined. See ACS for more information.

  • The Gateway Graduate Follow-Up Survey is administered each October to students who graduated the previous academic year (any semester) with Associate's degrees or technical diplomas.

  • The Federal Pell Grant Program provides need-based grants to low-income undergraduate students. Gateway data for that group only includes students who are enrolled in a Pell Grant-eligible program.


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Post Secondary Attainment Dashboard

Sources: 

  • U.S. Census Bureau, 2016 American Community Survey (ACS), 1-year estimates.(Table Names, ID: Sex by Educational Attainment for the Population 25 Years and Over (various races/ethnicities), B15002A-I.) Data for each education attainment level by race/ethnicity calculated by adding male and female numbers, and then dividing by the total population 25 years and over.

  • Gateway Technical College, Institutional Effectiveness Division

  • University of Wisconsin-Parkside Institutional Research Department  

Notes:

  • For Gateway and Parkside data: In order to protect student privacy and/or provide more meaningful comparisons, data for other races/ethnicities are not reported due to small student population sizes.

  • The Federal Pell Grant Program provides need-based grants to low-income undergraduate students. Gateway data for that group only includes students who are enrolled in a Pell Grant-eligible program.

  • In the ACS, "Hispanic or Latino orgin" is not mutually exclusive of the other races/ethnicities listed (unless otherwise noted), unlinke race/ethnicity data from Gateway and Parkside. 

  • Latest data points in the Parkside graduation tabs are preliminary. 

  • For more data on UW-Parkside retention and graduation, visit the University of Wisconsin System Progress and Completion Accountability Dashboard.


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Post Secondary Enrollment Dashboard

Sources: 

  • Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction and National Student Clearinghouse. Retreived from WISEDash Public on 7/31/17. Learn more about how this data is calculated.

  • University of Wisconsin-Parkside Institutional Research Department

  • Gateway Technical College, Institutional Effectiveness Division

Notes:

  • Across all tabs: In order to protect student privacy and/or provide more meaningful comparisons, data for other races/ethnicities are not reported due to small student population sizes.

  • The Federal Pell Grant Program provides need-based grants to low-income undergraduate students. Gateway data for that group only includes students who are enrolled in a Pell Grant-eligible program.

  • For more data on post-secondary enrollment of Racine County high school graduates, visit the  Post-secondary enrollment page on WISEDash Public

  • For more data on UW-Parkside enrollment, visit the University of Wisconsin System Access Accountability Dashboard.


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High School Graduation Dashboard

Sources: 

  • U.S. Census Bureau, 2016 American Community Survey (ACS), 1-year estimates.  (Table Names, ID: Sex by educational attainment for the population 25 years and over (various races/ethnicities), B15002A-I.) Data for each race/ethnicity calculated by adding male and female numbers, then dividing by the total population 25 years and over.  

  • Racine Unified School District (RUSD)

  • Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

Notes:

  • Unless indicated otherwise, all data is rounded to the nearest whole number.

  • In order to protect student privacy, data for some races/ethnicities are not shown due to student population sizes.

  • Students are considered "Economically Disadvantaged" if they qualify for free and reduced price lunch.

  • In the ACS, "Hispanic or Latino orgin" is not mutually exclusive of other races/ethnicities listed, unless otherwise noted.

  • High school graduation data includes "all completion credentials" (not just traditional diplomas). For more information on the high school graduation data and how it is calculated, visit WISEDash Public.

  • RUSD ACT scores include all students whereas publicly available data on WISEDash includes only "Full Academic Year" students (i.e. those students who attended the district the entire year)

  • For more ACT data, including “college readiness" levels by subject area, data for all Racine County districts, and more, visit the ACT Statewide data page on WISEDash Public.

  • ACT WorkKeys assesses foundational workplace skills in Locating Information, Reading for Information, and Applied Mathematics. Learn more.


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Elementary Reading Dashboard

Sources: Racine Unified School District (RUSD)

Assessment: NWEA Measures of Academic Progress (MAP). Learn more about MAP.

Notes:

  • Unless indicated otherwise, all data is rounded to the nearest whole number.

  • In order to protect student privacy, data for other races/ethnicities are not reported due to small student population sizes.

  • Students are considered "Economically Disadvantaged" if they qualify for free and reduced price lunch.


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Kindergarten Readiness Dashboard

Source: Racine Unified School District (RUSD)

Assessments:

  • Phonological Awareness and Literacy Screener (PALS) for 4-year-old kindergarten students.  Learn more about PALS.

  • Teaching Strategies Gold (TSG) - Social and Emotional Area.  Learn more about TSG. To see  the specific developmental objectives and dimensions assessed in the Social and Emotional Area, visit this taxonomy (page 1).

Notes:

  • Unless indicated otherwise, all data is rounded to the nearest whole number.

  • In order to protect student privacy, data for other races/ethnicities are not reported due to small student population sizes.

  • Students are considered "Economically Disadvantaged" if they qualify for free and reduced price lunch.

  • TSG data does not include students in Racine 4-year-old kindergarten (4K) Head Start programs.