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LEADORE SCHOOL

Grades Served:
Kindergarten - Grade 12

Engagement

Are students in this school engaged in their learning?

Student engagement is defined in The Glossary of Education Reform as the degree of attention, curiosity, interest, optimism, and passion that students show when they are learning or being taught.

Research indicates that students who are engaged find more value in the learning experience and exhibit greater persistence, and report higher levels of achievement. To measure student engagement, Idaho students participate in an annual survey with 20 questions exploring their perceptions about school and learning. Their responses provide evidence about student engagement across the behavioral, emotional, and cognitive domains.

Overall Student Engagement


>52%

Overall Student Engagement

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Grades served

Grade 3

N*

Grade 4

N*

Grade 5

N*

Grade 6

N*

Grade 7

N*

Grade 8

N*

Race/Ethnicity

Native American or Alaskan Native

N*

Black/African American

N*

Asian

N*

White

>52%

Hispanic or Latino

N*

Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

N*

Multiracial

N*

Student Group

Students from Low Income Families

53.8%

Students Learning English

N*

Students with Disabilities

N*

Students in Foster Care

N*

Students who are Homeless

N*

Students from Military Families

N*

Students from Migrant Families

N*

<48%

Cognitive Engagement

This domain measures the extent to which a student is invested in learning.

>58%

Behavioral Engagement

This domain captures a student’s efforts in the classroom.

>53%

Emotional Engagement

This domain describes how a student feels about his or her classroom and school.