|The annual state and local report cards required under the federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) law.
|Student demographics, per pupil spending, teacher workforce, chronic absenteeism, bullying, behavior, restraint and seclusion, state assessments, English learners, high school graduation rates, accountability indicators, and more.
|In Maine, a multilingual learner (ML) is defined as a student who has a primary/home language other than English and is not yet proficient in English.
|Student counts (total, grade level, and age), race/ethnicity, ever multilingual learners, top five home languages by grade level, all languages spoken by Maine families, statewide ML distribution map, MLs by responsible district, Mls with disabilities, ML exit rate, assessment proficiency, and graduation rate.
|The Federal Emergency Relief Funding dashboard facilitates public access to information about spending and highlights the use of federal emergency funding at the local level. The dashboard empowers all stakeholders – educators, families, and communities – to see allocations, reimbursements requested, and remaining funds.
|Statewide and SAU allocations, reimbursements, and remaining funds for the CARES, CRRSA, and ARP federal emergency relief funds.
|April 2021 statewide school operating status required by the US DOE for the American Rescue Plan Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ARP ESSER).
|Mode of instruction, enrollment, and attendance.
|The Seal of Biliteracy is an award that recognizes student achievement in language learning. Students who are proficient in English and an additional language may earn the Seal of Biliteracy by demonstrating their skills on an approved assessment. Highlighting the value of multilingualism, this award becomes part of a student's transcripts and gives students an edge for their post-secondary studies and/or future careers.
|Participating schools, total students, languages, and multilingual learner percentage.
|Every Maine school system has a local McKinney-Vento Liaison to assist families and youth who are experiencing housing instability. Search your town to find a school district liaison or by campus for a higher education liaison.
|Contact name, phone number, email, and address.
|The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) is a congressionally mandated large-scale assessment administered by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)—consists of print and digital assessments in various subject areas. The dashboard compares Maine to all other states and the nation.
|Grades 4 and 8 average scale scores and composite scale scores for mathematics and reading by various student populations.