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The Nebraska Education Profile (NEP) provides information and data about Nebraska public schools and student performance. The NEP highlights the performance of students by district and school building in English language Arts, mathematics, writing, and science as well as performance by groups of students, including race and ethnicity, poverty, special education, and English Learners.

The NEP represents a transformation of data from the State of the Schools Report and is intended to help inform the public and school officials about school and district performance. The NEP is also intended to inform parents, community leaders, and policymakers about our education system and to provide data needed for sound decision making by education leaders. The NEP will continue to grow and change as data is added to the system.

As always, your school district officials can best explain local data and how it applies to the district. Please take time to explore the NEP and learn how schools and students in your community are performing. I encourage parents to talk to the teachers of their students, and to local school officials, about the results and the needs of their students.

Thank you for your continued support of education in Nebraska.
Brian Maher, PhD.
Commissioner of Education.

The release date for Statewide Assessments is 12/31/2018

Graduation Rate

What percent of students graduated in four years?

College Going Rate

College Retention Rate

College Completion Rate

The release date for Graduation Cohort and Dropout is 12/31/2018

The release date for Teachers is 10/15/2018

Financial Receipts

Where do schools get their monetary resources?

Financial Expenditures

Where do schools spend their monetary resources?

The release date for SPED is 12/31/2018

The release date for Other Assessments is 10/15/2018

The release date for Student Performance is 10/15/2018

English Language Proficiency Assessment for the 21st Century


How many students met grade-level standards on the ELPA?