Assessment and Evaluation

District Statistics and Evaluations

Annual Statistical Handbook                 

This link will take you to a page containing current and historical information about Lincoln Public Schools. The documents on the site provide information on student, personnel, facilities and finance. 

 Enrollment Projections
 

This document contains the newest LPS Enrollment Projections.

District Graduation Information
    

 

This document contains current and historic longitudinal graduation and dropout information for Lincoln Public Schools as a district. Longitudinal data collection follows a group of students from 9th grade through their logical graduation date. These data can be accessed using the first link below. Click the link to access the document showing a four-year history of Graduation Information for Lincoln Public Schools.

National Student Clearinghouse 

The National Student Clearinghouse allows LPS to track students enrollment in post-secondary institutions after graduation. These reports help answer important questions about student success by answering questions such as:

  • How many of our high school graduates enroll in college?
  • Do they persist and graduate from college?
  • How long does it take for them to get their degrees?
  • Do they go in or out of state for college?
  • Do they attend a two- or four-year school?
  • Which colleges do they most commonly attend?

Click the link to access the document showing college going for LPS graduates.

LPS Staff can access more information using this link.

 Evaluations

Evaluations for grants or programs are another service provided by our department. You may contact the director if you have a program or grant in which you need an evaluator. The evaluation priorities are:

  1. evaluations required by State or Federal Statute, Nebraska Department of Education  regulation, Board Policy, or integral to operation of the district.

  2. evaluations assigned by the Board of Education, the Superintendent of Schools, or an Associate/Assistant Superintendent that have the potential to impact the district in significant ways.

  3. evaluations of externally funded programs, where the evaluation is defined by formal contractual arrangements between the ESU 18 and the federal program. 

  4. evaluations requested by a building that support the school improvement process.