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Advanced Placement (AP): Refers to a program, sponsored by the College Board, through which students may earn college credit and advanced college placement by successfully completing AP courses and standardized AP exams.


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Chronically Absent Student: Is a student who is absent 15 or more school days during the school year. Chronically absent students include students who are absent for any reason (e.g., illness, suspension, the need to care for a family member), regardless of whether absences are excused or unexcused.


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The table below is intended to provide consistent and reliable information about school safety to parents and the community. The reported measures are defined below:

  • In School Suspensions: Number of students who received one or more in-school suspensions.
  • Out of School Suspensions: Number of students who received one or more out-of-school suspensions.
  • Expulsions: Number of students who received an expulsion with educational services.
  • Incidents of Violence: Number of students reported as harassed or bullied on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, or disability.
  • Law Enforcement Referrals: Number of students who were referred to a law enforcement agency or official.
  • Arrests: Number of students who received a school-related arrest.

 


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Pre-Kindergarten enrollment data includes only those children in preschool programs and does not include those enrolled in kindergarten or primary programs.


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


Advanced Placement (AP): Refers to a program, sponsored by the College Board, through which students may earn college credit and advanced college placement by successfully completing AP courses and standardized AP exams.


Civil Rights Data CollectionAdditional information is available on the Office for Civil Rights website under Civil Rights Data Collection:

  • AP Courses
  • Chronic Absences
  • School Safety
  • Pre-K Enrollment
Academic Year Subgroup AP Count
2017-2018
All 3,506
IEP (student with disabilities) 18
Male 1,444
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 8
Two or More Races 7
Female 2,062
White 3,118
Native American 43
Black 124
Hispanic 89
Asian American 117
Current English Learner 7
2015-2016
All 2,774
IEP (student with disabilities) 81
Male 1,187
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 10
Two or More Races 12
Female 1,587
White 2,361
Native American 66
Black 146
Hispanic 73
Asian American 106
Current English Learner 2
2013-2014
All 2,234
IEP (student with disabilities) 12
Male 952
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 2
Two or More Races 4
Female 1,282
White 2,033
Native American 30
Black 45
Hispanic 27
Asian American 93
Current English Learner 0
Academic Year Subgroup Chronic Absences
2017-2018
All 13,033
IEP (student with disabilities) 2,941
Male 6,561
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0
Two or More Races 0
Female 6,472
White 0
Native American 1,397
Black 11,636
Hispanic 0
Asian American 0
Current English Learner 621
2015-2016
All 10,569
IEP (student with disabilities) 1,768
Male 5,283
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 68
Two or More Races 156
Female 5,286
White 6,227
Native American 2,374
Black 738
Hispanic 793
Asian American 213
Current English Learner 531
2013-2014
All 10,222
IEP (student with disabilities) 1,474
Male 5,173
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 39
Two or More Races 88
Female 5,049
White 6,442
Native American 2,428
Black 507
Hispanic 575
Asian American 143
Current English Learner 419
Academic Year Subgroup Arrests ISS OSS Referrals Violent Incidents Expulsions
2017-2018
All 155 3,129 2,608 548 290 84
IEP (student with disabilities) 56 678 688 151 29 16
Male 110 2,353 1,892 359 135 73
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 1 9 4 1 0 0
Two or More Races 1 18 14 2 1 0
Female 45 776 716 189 155 11
White 75 1,881 1,441 309 146 52
Native American 1 736 674 152 73 7
Black 18 290 283 48 54 14
Hispanic 8 171 166 31 15 11
Asian American 51 24 26 5 1 0
Current English Learner 0 18 18 0 9 1
2015-2016
All 200 2,693 2,838 609 287 35
IEP (student with disabilities) 77 714 820 182 36 4
Male 139 2,001 2,008 404 139 29
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 2 14 16 4 6 0
Two or More Races 0 18 24 2 2 2
Female 61 692 830 205 148 6
White 107 1,573 1,539 384 143 14
Native American 2 651 784 125 64 0
Black 26 267 301 48 34 15
Hispanic 14 152 156 42 36 2
Asian American 49 18 18 4 2 2
Current English Learner 17 109 137 25 4 0
2013-2014
All 148 3,259 2,720 484 415 85
IEP (student with disabilities) 51 763 740 139 48 4
Male 105 2,367 1,936 325 219 61
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0 4 4 0 0 0
Two or More Races 0 14 6 8 14 0
Female 43 892 784 159 196 24
White 102 1,908 1,458 270 214 29
Native American 0 960 850 102 110 12
Black 18 245 248 50 36 40
Hispanic 14 114 140 52 39 4
Asian American 14 14 14 2 2 0
Current English Learner 14 145 150 16 14 8
Academic Year Subgroup Pre-K Count
2017-2018
All 2,610
IEP (student with disabilities) 1,084
Male 1,484
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 6
Two or More Races 54
Female 1,126
White 2,060
Native American 245
Black 104
Hispanic 117
Asian American 24
Current English Learner 14
2015-2016
All 2,859
IEP (student with disabilities) 1,289
Male 1,671
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 23
Two or More Races 74
Female 1,188
White 2,119
Native American 314
Black 132
Hispanic 153
Asian American 44
Current English Learner 37
2013-2014
All 2,196
IEP (student with disabilities) 987
Male 1,294
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 16
Two or More Races 72
Female 902
White 1,612
Native American 289
Black 83
Hispanic 102
Asian American 22
Current English Learner 44