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Reports and Data

Student Accounting Reports
District Period Enrollment Reports
This series of reports show a snapshot of the district-wide enrollment data that is taken on the first valid school day of the indicated month.

Student Racial & Ethnic Demographics Reports
This report is produced in the fall of each academic school year and represents the official district-wide demographics of the student racial/ethnic count.

District Free & Reduced Lunch Program Reports
This report is produced in the fall of each academic school year and it serves as a poverty-indicator by highlighting the district-wide count of students who qualify as eligible for free and reduced lunch meals and is based on both the school sites attended and also on aggregate district data.

Where Students Live Reports
This report is produced in the fall of each academic school year and is an enrollment-based report that provides data on the city of Minneapolis residential areas being represented by the total number of students that are currently attending MPS, by the attendance area in which they live and also by the school sites and programs in which these students are currently enrolled.
 
Accountability Reports
No Child Left Behind measures Adequate Yearly Progress(AYP) of schools in a variety of areas. If the overall progress of a school does not meet the standard, the school is said to be in a stage of Needs Improvement. Each stage has actions that the school must take to improve and options available to its families.
 
This report summarizes achievement trends for the entire population of MPS students and for subgroups of students by race, poverty, English Language Learner (ELL) status, and Special Education status.
 
The SIR website contains Individual School Reports (i.e. demographics, state and district assessments, survey results, adequate yearly progress, etc.)
 
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