The Overall Learning tab displays the number and percentage of students participating in each learning delivery method. The Learning by Subgroup tab displays the number and percentage of students participating in each learning delivery method by subgroup. The Explore More tab at the State level allows users to see school level trend information collected during the academic year.

  • Face to Face: Instructional method in which participants or students, instructors, and facilitators meet together in the same place and at the same time.
  • Hybrid: Alternating between an on-campus setting and some type of off-campus location, including but not limited to the student’s place of residence. Instruction occurs either at the same time, but not at the same place (synchronous) or learning that occurs on the student’s schedule with capability for remote communication and assessment (asynchronous).
  • Distance Learning: Includes virtual, online, alternate locations, instructional telephone calls, and all learning that is offered through alternate means (Synchronous or Asynchronous) with no inclusion in on-campus, face to face instruction.

The date range used for academic years are as follows:

  • 2020-2021: September 15, 2020 through May 13, 2021

Please contact North Dakota's Department of Public Instruction with any questions and feedback via email to the following address: dpidashboard@nd.gov

The Learning Environment page shows how students in are taking their coursework. You can find links below to the Health and Safety Plan and the Distance Learning Plan. In addition you can see the composition of the student population broken down by learning preference. Use the info buttons below to find out more about each type.

School Learning Environment over Time by Student Count

This chart shows how the learning environment of the school change over time.

School Learning Environment over Time by Percent of Total Students

This chart shows how the learning environment of the school change over time.

- Total Student Enrollment
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Face to Face
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Hybrid
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Distance Learning
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