PK-12 Public School Data Publications & Reports
Welcome to the PK-12 Public School Data Publications and Reports Website!
For questions related to these publications, please contact PERAdatarequests@fldoe.org.
Current EIS Publications
- Database/Technical Information
- National Data
- Florida Data
2019-20 School District
Sixty-seven (67) of the 73 school districts in Florida will have students begin the 2019-20 school year as early as August 12, 2019. The latest start date for a school district is August 19, 2019. The regular school year will end for students in twelve (12) school districts as early as May 22, 2020; and as late as June 3, 2020 in four districts.
The goal of Florida's EduData Portal is to increase the advancement of Florida students and schools by providing access to information that will facilitate important decisions about education in Florida. The Portal provides access to Florida report cards, advanced and standard reports in a variety of formats including graphs, tables, maps, custom reports, and spreadsheets based on your interests in education-related data. Beginning with the 2017-18 school year data, the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), requires every state and district to publish report cards that show how the state, district, and schools are doing with regard to student achievement and success.
- School Public Accountability Reports (SPARs) (No longer updated as of 2016-17)
Florida PK-20 Education
Florida’s PK-20 Education Information Portal connects people with reports and statistical information about PK-12, college, career and adult education and employment outcomes for Florida students, staff and schools. The portal provides access to interactive reports that provide overall and demographic information in a variety of formats including graphs, tables, maps and custom reports based on your interests in education-related data. The goal of this Portal is to increase the advancement of Florida students and schools by providing access to information that will facilitate important decisions about education in Florida.