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Student Demographics

Below you can see how student demographics have changed overtime in the Renton School District.  All data is from October first of a given year (this may not exactly reflect the information on the Washington State Report Card, since those proportions are from May first).  You can see the proportion of students who are Free and Reduced Lunch, English Language Learners, Special Education, or Section 504.  In addition you can see how the proportion of each race has changed over time.

 

The tables and graphs are generated with Tableau software, which currently has some limitations for users with screen readers.  Tableau is updating its software to be fully ADA compliant.

Public Dashboard

Here you can see information regarding Renton School District's Strategic Plan. The data is divided into two areas:

  • Academic Measures, with the following subareas
    • State Tests, which shows the proportion of students meeting standard on state tests for the past 3 years
    • Graduation Rates, which shows the proportion of a cohort that graduates on time
    • 9th Graders on track, which shows the proportion of 9th graders with at least 5.5 credits and who have passed at least Algebra
  • Equity Measures, with the following subareas
    • Chronic Absenteeism, which shows the proportion of students absent 10% or more of the time
    • Exclusions, which shows the proportion of students with at least one in school or out of school suspension
    • Dual Credit, which shows the proportion of 11th and 12th graders enrolled in a course for college credit.

The Renton School District is committed to ADA compliance, but the tool used to build these charts currently has limited capabilities. If you are unable to interact with the data, please contact the district data analyst at brian.goddard@rentonschools.us and we will get data to you in a usable format.

 

Graduation Rates

Below you can see Renton School District High School Graduation Rates over time (Ninth Grade Cohort Classes of 2012 thru 2017).  The graduation rate is calculated by the number of students who graduate after four or five years divided by the number of ninth graders who enter a high school as a cohort, minus the number who were CONFIRMED transfers out of the school, plus the number of students who joined throughout the four years.

 

The toggles allow you to switch between the 4 and 5 year graduation rates and between different ways to break up the data by different subgroups. You can also filter to a specific school.

 

The tables and graphs are generated with Tableau software, which currently has some limitations for users with screen readers.  Tableau is updating its software to be fully ADA compliant.