The Arkansas Department of Education (ADE) Division of Research and Technology is pleased to announce the launch of its new reporting portal – My School Info (MSI) which comes with three (3) diverse in-built modules (as listed below) to cater for a range of stakeholders in the form of school / district administrators; researchers; policy makers; education program offices; and parents to make informed decisions.
MSI portal provides easy mechanism and a hands-on experience for general public to search for Arkansas K-12 schools and/or, districts on a number of search criteria with the ability to compare/contrast common data points (as listed below) between selected districts/schools as well as comparing the to the Arkansas State Averages. This site is maintained by the ADE Division of Research & Technology and most data is provided by Arkansas public school districts.
MSI Data Focal Points:
Visit the new site at https://myschoolinfo.arkansas.gov/
For feedback and improvement, please email comments directly to ADE Division of Research and Technology at ADE.RTWEB@Arkansas.Gov.
The Arkansas Department of Education (ADE), Division of Research and Technology recently updated three more applications on its ADE Data Center homepage, as listed below:
All three applications are responsible web design (Mobile & Tablet Compatible) with search by Key words, variations of sorting and export capability to Microsoft Excel. The upgrades are on the lines of department’s commitment to provide user-friendly applications along with high-quality, near real-time updated information on Acronyms, Course Code and Job Code information for public and school districts.
The Arkansas Department of Education (ADE), Division of Research and Technology is releasing an updated ADE Data Center homepage along with four (4) new, mobile-friendly, Directory Applications listed below:
The ADE Data Center website is a collection of data systems, data tools and informational reports for educators, parents, policy makers, and others needing access to official education data from the Arkansas Department of Education (ADE). This site is maintained by the ADE Division of Research & Technology and most data is provided by Arkansas public school districts.
Visit the new site at https://adedata.arkansas.gov/
For feedback and improvement, please email comments to ADE Division of Research and Technology at ADE.RTWEB@Arkansas.Gov.
Note: It is recommended to view the new ADE Data Center on latest versions of Internet Explorer (IE 11 or, IE Edge), Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Safari.
The 2016-2017 Statewide Information System (SIS) handbook has been published on the ADE data Center website.
The SIS handbook is released on March 1st of every year. The Statewide Information System is updated yearly, either to remove data elements that are no longer needed, modify current data collection items per cycle or, to add new data elements as required by Ad-hoc, State and Federal reporting requirements.
On a high-level overview, this year the Arkansas Department of Education (ADE) is adding two new tables for data collection, namely the Contracted Non-Employee Table and the School Board Training Table. Additionally, there are over 48 updates (add, delete, modify) to improve the over-all data collection process. Few examples of new data elements are the addition of the Breakfast Programs, the Lunch Programs, the Academic Programs and the Enrichment Programs to the School Table. A summary table and description for all the changes for 2016-2017 has been included under section “Data Changes for this Year’s Handbook” on page 158 through Page 161 of the 2016-2017 SIS Handbook.
The 2016-2017 Statewide Information System (SIS) handbook is now published on the ADE Data Center under SIS menu/icon and available via the link https://adedata.arkansas.gov/sis/SISHandbooks.aspx.
The SIS implements the provisions of several Arkansas General Assembly enactments which mandate that the ADE make extensive use of information Technology (IT) at the state and the local levels to provide accurate and timely information to policy makers and to the reduce the state reporting burden. This is an important data collection and reporting process which requires continuous attention to detail throughout the year encompassing nine (9) submission cycles.
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