U.S. Department of Education: Promoting Educational Excellence for all Americans

Table of contents
•Title page
•Introduction
•Acknowledgments
•National Summary
State Profiles
•Sources
•Appendix A
•Appendix B
•Appendix C
•Full report in PDF format (1,601K)

State Education Indicators with a Focus on Title I

Missouri
http://services.dese.state.mo.us


School and Teacher Demographics

Per Pupil Expenditures
(CCD, 1998-1999)
$5,855

Number of districts
(CCD, 1999-2000)
525

Number of public schools
(CCD, 1999-2000)
Elementary Middle High Combined Total
1,234 371 502 89 2,258

Number of charter schools
(CCD, 1999-2000)
15

Number of FTE teachers
(CCD, 1999-2000)
Elementary Middle High Combined Total
30,425 11,893 17,643 907 61,785

Public school enrollment
  1993-94 1999-2000
K-8
(CCD)
601,718 623,951
9-12
(CCD)
241,874 263,007
Total
(CCD)
866,378 913,966
Pre-K
(by state definition)
13,950 16,512

Sources of funding
District average
(CCD, 1998-99)

State 39%, Local 54%, Federal 7%, Intermediate, 1%

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Student Demographics

Race/ethnicity
(CCD, K-12)
  1993-94 1999-2000
American Indian/Alaskan Natives 1,747 2,990
  * *
Asian/Pacific Islander 7,985 10,105
  1% 1%
Black 136,352 158,619
  16% 17%
Hispanic 7,370 14,296
  1% 2%
White 712,924 728,000
  82% 80%
Other n/a n/a
 

Students with disabilities
(OSEP)
1993-94 1999-2000
99,807 118,040
11% 12%

Students with Limited English Proficiency
(ED/NCBE, K-12)
1993-94 1999-2000
4,382 10,238
1% 1%

Migratory students
(OME, K-12)
1993-94 1999-2000
2,413 n/a
*

All schools by percent of students eligible to participate in the Free Lunch Program*
(CCD, 1999-2000)

For 0 to 34%, 1,057 schools; 35% to 49%, 509 schools; 50% to 74%, 470 schools; 75% to 100%, 219 schools

*3 schools did not report.

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Statewide Accountability Information
(Collected from States, January 2002 for 2001-2002 school year)

Statewide Goal for Schools on State Assessment
Increase in top two achievement levels and decrease in bottom two achievement levels in all 5 of the MAP subjects in respective grades. Reduce the gap in the majority and minority student performances.

Expected School Improvement on Assessment
Three percent increase in students scoring in top 2 Achievement levels and 3 percent decrease in bottom 2 achievement levels OR a MAP Index change reflecting improvement of students throughout the distribution.

Indicators for School Accountability
CRT (Missouri Assessment Program) scores on performance based tests, graduation, dropouts, ACT performance

Title I Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for Schools
Five percent increase in students at highest level and 5 percent decrease in lowest level or 5 percent in lowest level


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Title I

Title I
(ED Consolidated Report, 1999-2000)
  School Wide Programs Targeted Assistance Totals
Number of Schools n/a* n/a* n/a*
Schools Meeting AYP Goal n/a* n/a* n/a*
School in Need of Improvement n/a n/a n/a
(Ed. Consolidated Report 1999-2000)
* Missouri was unable to provide information for schools by TAS and SWP.
Title I allocation
(Includes Basic, Concentration, and LEA grants, Capital Expenditures, Even Start, Migrant Education, and Neglected & Delinquent, ED, 1999-00)
$141,056,701

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NAEP State Results
  Grade 4 Grade 8
Reading, 1998:  
Proficient level and above 29% 29%
Basic level and above 63% 76%
Math, 2000:  
Proficient level and above 24% 21%
Basic level and above 73% 66%

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Assessment Information
Assessment Reported Missouri Mastery Achievement Test- Communication Arts
Missouri Assessment Program- Mathematics
State Definition of "Proficient" Meets or exceeds Proficient

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Student Achievement 1999-2000

Percentage of students meeting state proficiency levels

Grade 3

Communication Arts
            Proficient Above Proficiency
  Step 1 Progressing Nearing Proficient | Proficient Advanced
All Students 9% 21% 38% | 30% 2%
Title I Schools       |    
High Poverty Schools       |    
          |    
Students with Limited English Proficiency       |    
Migratory students       |    
Students with Disabilities       |    

Grade 4

Mathematics
            Proficient Above Proficiency
  Step 1 Progressing Nearing
Proficient
| Proficient Advanced
All Students 3% 19% 41% | 29% 8%
Title I Schools       |    
High Poverty Schools       |    
          |    
Students with Limited English Proficiency       |    
Migratory students       |    
Students with Disabilities       |    

Grade 7

Communication Arts
            Proficient Above Proficiency
  Step 1 Progressing Nearing
Proficient
| Proficient Advanced
All Students 16% 22% 30% | 29% 3%
Title I Schools       |    
High Poverty Schools       |    
          |    
Students with Limited English Proficiency       |    
Migratory students       |    
Students with Disabilities       |    

 

Grade 8

Mathematics
            Proficient Above Proficiency
  Step 1 Progressing Nearing
Proficient
| Proficient Advanced
All Students 23% 34% 29% | 13% 1%
Title I Schools       |    
High Poverty Schools       |    
          |    
Students with Limited English Proficiency       |    
Migratory students       |    
Students with Disabilities       |    

 

Grade 11

Communication Arts
            Proficient Above Proficiency
  Step 1 Progressing Nearing
Proficient
| Proficient Advanced
All Students 19% 20% 38% | 22% 1%
Title I Schools       |    
High Poverty Schools       |    
          |    
Students with Limited English Proficiency       |    
Migratory students       |    
Students with Disabilities       |    

 

Grade 10

Mathematics
            Proficient Above Proficiency
  Step 1 Progressing Nearing
Proficient
| Proficient Advanced
All Students 26% 34% 30% | 10% *
Title I Schools       |    
High Poverty Schools       |    
          |    
Students with Limited English Proficiency       |    
Migratory students       |    
Students with Disabilities       |    


High School Indicators
  1993-94 1998-99
High school dropout rate
(CCD, event)
7% 5%
  1994-95 1998-99
Postsecondary enrollment
(IPEDS, High school grads enrolled in college)
26,645 31,832
57% 61%

Sources


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