Education Workforce Data
Please visit the following links to learn more about teachers in the workforce.
- Workforce Stability Index (WSi) is a calculation to depict the strength or stability of a school or district’s faculty. It relies on the percentage of the faculty that are inexperienced, teaching out-of-field, provisionally licensed and/or leaving the school or district each year. To access the information, visit My School Info. Go to District Statewide Reports or School Statewide Reports (bottom right side of the page), Personnel, then Workforce Strength Index (bottom of the page).
- High Poverty/High Minority (HP/HM)Report This report provides information on all schools designated as high poverty and/or high minority and their WSI rating. High poverty schools are defined as schools that are in the highest 25% of all schools ranked by Free/Reduced Lunch percentages. High Minority schools are defined as schools that are in the highest 25% of all schools ranked by the percentage of non-white students. The HP/HM Report will be used in Equity Labs to help determine whether these students are being disproportionately served by ineffective, out-of-field, or inexperienced teachers.
- Critical Teacher Shortage Areas 2022-2023
- Critical Teacher Shortage Areas 2022-2023 Presentation
- Critical Teacher Shortage Areas 2021-2022
- Critical Teacher Shortage Areas 2021-2022 Presentation
- Critical Teacher Shortage Areas 2020-2021
- Critical Teacher Shortage Areas 2020-2021 Presentation