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Research and Data Analysis

Research

Economic Impact

The Economic Implications of Howard County’s State-Leading School System
A new study conducted by the Sage Policy Group analyzes the impact of Howard County public schools and describes the school system as a central economic driver in the county.

Graduate Outcomes

Postsecondary Outcomes for Graduates of the Howard County Public School System: 2016-2020(PDF) (74 pages)

Postsecondary Outcomes for Graduates of the Howard County Public School System: 2012-2019(PDF) (74 pages)

Post-Secondary Outcomes for Graduates of the Howard County Public School System: 2011-2018 (PDF)
(75 pages)

Post-Secondary Outcomes for Graduates of the Howard County Public School System: 2009-2016 (PDF)
(75 pages)

Post-Secondary Outcomes for Graduates of the Howard County Public School System: 2008-2015 (PDF)
(55 pages)

Post-Secondary Outcomes for Graduates of the Howard County Public School System: 2007-2014 (PDF)
(46 pages)

Post-Secondary Outcomes for Graduates of the Howard County Public School System: 2006-2013 (PDF)
(46 pages)

Principal and Teacher Evaluations

Test Score Results

To view information on how all Maryland public school systems are performing, visit Maryland Report Card new webpage.

AP

Reports Presented to the Board of Education

State Assessments

Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC)

Maryland Report Card Results for Howard County

(For translated, printable pdf reports, visit Maryland Report Card new webpage, select County, select School, and then select a language under Graphs and Tables.)

Maryland State Department of Education – Performance Reports

Reports Presented to the Board of Education

SAT and ACT

Reports Presented to the Board of Education

District Management Council (DMC)

External Research Requests

The Board of Education believes that high-quality research is necessary to evaluate and improve educational programs and practices. The Board supports the use of research as a tool to contribute scholarship, the sciences, and the opportunity for staff to grow and learn. The Board also values student-led research to further inquiry-based learning and empower learners to engage in authentic learning experiences.

The Board requires that individuals and agencies seek permission to conduct research in the school system. The Board also recognizes its responsibility of ensuring that research conducted in the system meets high standards of quality and rigor, safeguards the privacy and confidentiality of individuals, furthers the goals and priorities of the school system, and minimizes interruptions to the instructional program and workday.