The college graduation rate of Idaho Falls Metro Area (ID) was 26.20% in 2016.

Graduation Rates

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Education and Graduation Rates Datasets Involving Idaho Falls Metro Area (ID)

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    Chicago Public Schools - Progress Report Cards (2011-2012)

    data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2018-09-14T21:38:54.000Z

    This dataset shows all school level performance data used to create CPS School Report Cards for the 2011-2012 school year. Metrics are described as follows (also available for download at http://bit.ly/uhbzah): NDA indicates "No Data Available." SAFETY ICON: Student Perception/Safety category from 5 Essentials survey // SAFETY SCORE: Student Perception/Safety score from 5 Essentials survey // FAMILY INVOLVEMENT ICON: Involved Families category from 5 Essentials survey // FAMILY INVOLVEMENT SCORE: Involved Families score from 5 Essentials survey // ENVIRONMENT ICON: Supportive Environment category from 5 Essentials survey // ENVIRONMENT SCORE: Supportive Environment score from 5 Essentials survey // INSTRUCTION ICON: Ambitious Instruction category from 5 Essentials survey // INSTRUCTION SCORE: Ambitious Instruction score from 5 Essentials survey // LEADERS ICON: Effective Leaders category from 5 Essentials survey // LEADERS SCORE: Effective Leaders score from 5 Essentials survey // TEACHERS ICON: Collaborative Teachers category from 5 Essentials survey // TEACHERS SCORE: Collaborative Teachers score from 5 Essentials survey // PARENT ENGAGEMENT ICON: Parent Perception/Engagement category from parent survey // PARENT ENGAGEMENT SCORE: Parent Perception/Engagement score from parent survey // AVERAGE STUDENT ATTENDANCE: Average daily student attendance // RATE OF MISCONDUCTS (PER 100 STUDENTS): # of misconducts per 100 students//AVERAGE TEACHER ATTENDANCE: Average daily teacher attendance // INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PROGRAM COMPLIANCE RATE: % of IEPs and 504 plans completed by due date // PK-2 LITERACY: % of students at benchmark on DIBELS or IDEL // PK-2 MATH: % of students at benchmark on mClass // GR3-5 GRADE LEVEL MATH: % of students at grade level, math, grades 3-5 // GR3-5 GRADE LEVEL READ: % of students at grade level, reading, grades 3-5 // GR3-5 KEEP PACE READ: % of students meeting growth targets, reading, grades 3-5 // GR3-5 KEEP PACE MATH: % of students meeting growth targets, math, grades 3-5 // GR6-8 GRADE LEVEL MATH: % of students at grade level, math, grades 6-8 // GR6-8 GRADE LEVEL READ: % of students at grade level, reading, grades 6-8 // GR6-8 KEEP PACE MATH: % of students meeting growth targets, math, grades 6-8 // GR6-8 KEEP PACE READ: % of students meeting growth targets, reading, grades 6-8 // GR-8 EXPLORE MATH: % of students at college readiness benchmark, math // GR-8 EXPLORE READ: % of students at college readiness benchmark, reading // ISAT EXCEEDING MATH: % of students exceeding on ISAT, math // ISAT EXCEEDING READ: % of students exceeding on ISAT, reading // ISAT VALUE ADD MATH: ISAT value-add value, math // ISAT VALUE ADD READ: ISAT value-add value, reading // ISAT VALUE ADD COLOR MATH: ISAT value-add color, math // ISAT VALUE ADD COLOR READ: ISAT value-add color, reading // STUDENTS TAKING ALGEBRA: % of students taking algebra // STUDENTS PASSING ALGEBRA: % of students passing algebra // 9TH GRADE EXPLORE (2009): Average EXPLORE score, 9th graders who tested in fall 2009 // 9TH GRADE EXPLORE (2010): Average EXPLORE score, 9th graders who tested in fall 2010 // 10TH GRADE PLAN (2009): Average PLAN score, 10th graders who tested in fall 2009 // 10TH GRADE PLAN (2010): Average PLAN score, 10th graders who tested in fall 2010 // NET CHANGE EXPLORE AND PLAN: Difference between Grade 9 Explore (2009) and Grade 10 Plan (2010) // 11TH GRADE AVERAGE ACT (2011): Average ACT score, 11th graders who tested in fall 2011 // NET CHANGE PLAN AND ACT: Difference between Grade 10 Plan (2009) and Grade 11 ACT (2011) // COLLEGE ELIGIBILITY: % of graduates eligible for a selective four-year college // GRADUATION RATE: % of students who have graduated within five years // COLLEGE/ ENROLLMENT RATE: % of students enrolled in college // COLLEGE ENROLLMENT (NUMBER OF STUDENTS): Total school enrollment // FRESHMAN ON TRACK RATE: Freshmen On-Track rate // RCDTS: Region County District Type Schools Code

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    City University of New York (CUNY) Enrollment Trends by College: Beginning Fall 1990

    data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2019-02-28T21:40:38.000Z

    Trends in enrollment at CUNY by college and enrollment category (transfers, freshmen, graduates, undergraduates, total).

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    Chicago Public Schools - High School Progress Report (2013-2014)

    data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2018-07-11T20:44:35.000Z

    This dataset shows the 2013 School Progress Report Card data elements for each CPS high school. The report card is an annual summary of how the school is doing. For more information on the School Progress Report Cards, please see http://www.cps.edu/SCHOOLDATA/Pages/SchoolProgressReports.aspx

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    Chicago Public Schools – Elementary School Progress Report Card (2012-2013)

    data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2013-11-26T20:21:58.000Z

    This dataset shows the 2012 School Progress Report Card data elements for each CPS elementary school. The report card is an annual summary of how the school is doing. For more information on the School Progress Report Cards, please see http://cps.edu/Schools/Pages/SchoolProgressReportCards.aspx.

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    4-Year Graduation Rates in Iowa by Cohort and Public School District

    data.iowa.gov | Last Updated 2019-03-05T22:11:20.000Z

    This dataset provides the 4-Year graduation rates in Iowa by cohort (represented by graduating class) and public school district starting with the Class of 2009. A cohort in the graduation rate calculation starts with a group of students entering ninth grade for the first time. The cohort is adjusted to add students that transfer in and subtract students that transfer out during a four year time period for calculating a graduation rate.

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    Parcel Geographic Summary

    data.richmondgov.com | Last Updated 2017-09-28T17:25:39.000Z

    This dataset is provided as a resource for cross-referencing data with the City's GIS. Here, parcels are summarized by many geographic entities such as Census, Enterprise Zones, Neighborhood, Zoning, and many more... Use of the PIN key can be used for this purpose. (Update Frequency: Quarterly)

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    B-4A, Adjusted Gross Income Class Comparison, All Filing Statuses

    data.ftb.ca.gov | Last Updated 2017-12-26T21:31:59.000Z

    Adjusted gross income class statistics combined for all filing statuses for California residents personal income tax return data.<br/><br/>For more information by taxable year , see <a href='https://www.ftb.ca.gov/aboutftb/plans_reports.shtml, Annual Report'>https://www.ftb.ca.gov/aboutftb/plans_reports.shtml, Annual Report</a>, Table B-4A and B-2.

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    Iowa Physical and Cultural Geographic Features

    data.iowa.gov | Last Updated 2019-03-25T22:00:36.000Z

    This dataset contains is a list of Iowa features contained in the Geographic Names Information System (GNIS). The GNIS is the Federal standard for geographic nomenclature. The U.S. Geological Survey developed the GNIS for the U.S. Board on Geographic Names, a Federal inter-agency body chartered by public law to maintain uniform feature name usage throughout the Government and to promulgate standard names to the public. The GNIS is the official repository of domestic geographic names data; the official vehicle for geographic names use by all departments of the Federal Government; and the source for applying geographic names to Federal electronic and printed products of all types. See http://geonames.usgs.gov for additional information. The Geographic Names Information System contains information about physical and cultural geographic features of all types, current and historical, but not including roads and highways. The database assigns a unique, permanent feature identifier, the Feature ID, as a standard Federal key for accessing, integrating, or reconciling feature data from multiple data sets. The GNIS collects data from a broad program of partnerships with Federal, State, and local government agencies and other authorized contributors.

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    Juvenile Facilities Public Dataset Q3 2018

    data.acgov.org | Last Updated 2019-01-17T00:06:46.000Z

    Date of dataset: 9/30/2018 Source: PRISM (Probation Record Information System Management) PO-170 Report Notes: To ensure confidentiality and to protect the identities of individuals on probation, the ages of some individuals in the dataset have been withheld, and marked “N/A”. This is done to avoid possible re-identification through the available demographic information, or stigmatization of a group when they make a substantial percent of a designated population. Number of records with ages withheld: 0 The Alameda County Probation Department (ACPD) collects information on all juveniles referred to the department and records this in PRISM (Probation Record Information System Management). Several reports are built into the PRISM system that allow ACPD staff to extract data for specified time periods. This dataset is derived from the PRISM PO-170 report – the Juvenile Detentions Data Extract. This report contains individual-level information for all youth detained on the date specified. To create this dataset, the report was de-identified and edited to include the most pertinent information. Data Characteristics and Known Limitations. • To ensure confidentiality and to protect the identities of individuals on probation, the ages of some individuals in the dataset have been withheld, and marked “N/A”. This is done to avoid possible re-identification through the available demographic information, or stigmatization of a group when they make a substantial percent of a designated population. Please see the “Notes” tab in the public dataset file, which states the number of records with withheld ages in that dataset. • This data contains all youth who were detained on the date specified. Many youth are booked into Juvenile Hall when arrested and subsequently released without ever spending a night in detention. These youth will be included in this dataset if they were detained at the time of the report, regardless of how long they stayed in Juvenile Hall. Definition of Terms • Age Group – age range the client was in on the date of report. • Facility – the facility or type of detention the youth was in at the time of the report o Juvenile Hall - youth that were booked into Juvenile Hall (the Alameda County Juvenile Justice Center) and had not been released as of the date of the report. Juvenile Hall houses youth pending Court proceedings while awaiting placement, youth who are ordered detained by the Court, youth who are under the jurisdiction of the Adult Court, and youth on courtesy holds for other jurisdictions. o Camp Sweeney – youth housed in Camp Wilmont Sweeney on the date of the report. Camp Sweeney is a 24-hour local residential placement for court-ordered commitment male youth, ages 15 to 18. The program offers treatment, rehabilitation, and education within a structured living environment as a placement alternative to group homes and the State Department of Juvenile Justice. CWS is an open setting and not secured by physical barriers. Residents receive education, vocational training, counseling services, and cognitive behavioral therapy. Cognitive Family home visits, family reunification, and reintegration into the community are integral parts of the program. o Home Supervision – youth under Home Supervision on the date of the report. Home Supervision is a program offered as an alternative to detention. A minor placed on Home Supervision by the Court or Probation Officer is required to sign a written promise (contract) that he/she understands and will observe the specific conditions of the program. The conditions may include curfew, school attendance, requirements related to the protection of the minor, the person or property of another, or to the minor's appearance at Court hearings. o GPS Monitoring - youth on Global Positioning System monitoring devices on the date of the report. Global Positioning System is a program offered as an alternative to detention. GPS monitoring devices are used for minors released from Juvenile

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    Children Tested for Lead by Age 3

    data.cityofnewyork.us | Last Updated 2019-01-04T18:29:49.000Z

    All NYC children are required to be tested for lead poisoning at around age 1 and age 2, and to be screened for risk of lead poisoning, and tested if at risk, up until age 6. These data are an indicator of the number and percentage of children turning 3 years old in a given year who were tested for lead poisoning. About the Data All NYC children are required to be tested for lead poisoning at around age 1 and age 2, and to be screened for risk of lead poisoning, and tested if at risk, up until age 6. These data are an indicator of the number and percentage of children turning 3 years old in a given year who were tested for lead poisoning. How calculated: To identify children tested for lead poisoning, birth records for all children born in New York City to New York City resident mothers, and turning 3 years old in a given year were matched to children tested for lead poisoning before age 3.