The District Analysis and Review Tools (DARTs) turn the Department's vast amount of data into valuable, easily consumable information. The DARTs offer snapshots of district and school performance, allowing users to easily track select data elements over time, and make sound, meaningful comparisons to the state or to "comparable" organizations. The data elements in each DART tool are linked to a broader strategic framework defining the characteristics of effective educational organizations and cover a broad range of district and school interests including demographic, assessment, student support, educator, financial, and achievement gap data. The DARTs, in combination with other tools found on this website, may be utilized by district and school leaders in enacting each of the six district standards upon which district reviews, improvement planning, and other forms of accountability and assistance are based: Leadership & Governance, Curriculum & Instruction, Assessment, Human Resources & Professional Development, Student Support, and Financial & Asset Management.
Quick Reference Guide: List of all data indicators across all DARTs.
DART for Districts and Schools (School / District Profiles)
DART Detail: English Language Learners (19MB)
DART Detail: English Language Learners — Macintosh Prior to Office 2011 (19MB)
DART Detail: Success After High School (19MB)
DART Detail: Success After High School — Macintosh Prior to Office 2011 (19MB)
DART Detail: Staffing & Finance (17MB)
DART User Guides
Districts or School DART User Guide
English Language Learners User Guide
Success After High School User Guide
Staffing & Finance User Guide
Important note to users of Excel 2003 or prior! We have updated all the DARTs to Excel 2007. If you are currently using Excel 2003 or prior, please visit Microsoft Support to install the compatibility pack.