Education Improves With Student Data

Preschool

Driving Student Data


A Students Journey

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is the data collection systems managed by the Office of Data System Management at the Department. As a student starts school they are assigned a Unique ID at school and state level called MOSIS.

Personal Identifying information

Personal Identifying information

MOSIS and Core data is used to collect student data in reports. Reports are necessary to record, collect, organize, analyze, track trends in performance, research
and improve education. Read More

Missouri
Elementary and Secondary Education

Reports By State

  • Assessments
  • Finance
  • Transportation
  • Meals
  • Attendance
  • Programs
  • Placement
  • Graduation
  • Dropouts
  • Courses
  • Enrollment
  • Retention
  • Demographics
  • Employees

Our mission is to promote student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence and ensuring equal access.


  • Collecting data on America's schools and research.
  • Assessments
  • Evaluations
  • Regional Assistance
  • Policy

U.S. Department of Education

U.S. Department of Education

U.S. Department of Education

Data Snap Shot

The Assessments: How well do Students, Districts and the Nation do according to assessments. Take a look at assessments from 4th and 8th grades, how does the students compare by district, state and nationally?

Fourth-Grade National Achievement NAEP 2017

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Eighth-Grade National Achievement NAEP 2017

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Test Your Skills.

Are you smarter than a fourth-grader.

Fourth-Grader

Mathematics
Reading
Science
Writing

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Take the assessments see how do you stack up against a fourth grader, in reading and mathematics.

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Are you smarter than a eighth-grader.

Eighth-Grader

How Missouri stacks up against a nation of 8th graders.

Mathematics - 31
Reading - 36
Science - 40

Are You Smarter Than an 8th Grader?

This is your chance take the assessment.

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Graduates

Graduates

Data is powerful, by collecting data we can organize, analysis, evaluate problems, track trends in performance and improve effectiveness.  Data gives schools, teachers, parents, the state and nation the tools they need to help students by creating opportunities guiding them on their journey through school, setting goals and being productive in their lives.