This chart displays the count and percentage of students who took at least one course in a selected area for the two most recent high school graduating classes (those enrolled in Iowa public high schools in each of the four years from grades 9 to 12) by district and Area Education Agencies (AEAs). The students are grouped by common student population subgroups, including race/ethnicity, gender and special program eligibility (English learners (EL), students with disabilities (IEP) and students who are eligible for free or reduced-price lunch (FRL)). The selected courses are: Algebra II, higher-level mathematics, chemistry, physics, high-quality computer science and world languages.
The data source for this page is the Student Reporting in Iowa (SRI) winter submission for the year the students started 9th grade and the three years following. Course data includes the courses students completed in the fall term and courses students were taking in the spring term at the time of data submission (typically January). For those districts on trimester schedules, courses students were enrolled in for the third trimester are also included.