This data shows the count and percentages of working educators in WA K-12 by educator role, race-ethnicity, and gender. For example, every year there is an increasing percentage of teacher of color. [Read more…] about Race-ethnicity and gender of working educators
School districts may also use limited teacher certificates to assign teachers to K-12 courses. This can be an indicator of the need for credentialed teachers, though there are also beneficial reasons a district may have teachers with limited certificates. [Read more…] about Limited certificate use
First credential teacher completers are beginning teacher candidates who have finished their preparation program. They could be from either a traditional route program or one of Washington’s four alternative routes to teacher certification. [Read more…] about First credential teacher counts by educator preparation program provider
Professional growth plans (PGPs) are job-embedded, self-directed professional development. This is the count of reported PGPs completed each school year. [Read more…] about Professional Growth Plans (PGPs) completed per school year
The percent of beginning teachers, principals, vice-principals, and ESAs who are people of color increases each school year. Use the “Educator Role” filter to view data on each educator role. [Read more…] about Race-ethnicity and gender of beginning educators
This data shows the percentage of educators who persist as educators in WA K-12 anywhere in the state (in the same role or in any educator role). Use the filters to narrow the results to beginning educators or educators of any experience level.
This data shows the percentage of educators who persisted as in their initial district or in their initial school for 1, 3, and 5 years.