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A cohort graduation rate follows the students who are first-time high school students in a particular year and determines the percentage that graduate within a given time frame, such as four years. An extended rate, allowing one additional year for completion, is also tracked and reported as the 5-year Cohort Graduation Rates.
The Oregon Department of Education publicly releases student enrollment reports detailing the number of K-12 students who are enrolled on the first school day in October of each year. This report is known as the Fall Membership Report.
The below data reports display the number of students eligible for free or reduced lunches by school for multiple school years (2014-2015 through 2018-2019). Please note: The DBI report has been retired. The provided information is comparable, and used in Child Nutrition Programs to determine area eligibility.
Dropout data is collected in the Annual Cumulative Average Daily Membership (ADM) Data Collection each year at the end of the school year, which identifies students' enrollment dates and status as of the last day of enrollment for the year.
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