The page contains links to download files or extract data, including staff data and salary levels by Ohio school district, credential information for all educators, staff and teacher school addresses, and staff members assigned to specific positions.
Educator Credentials Download File - This file has been updated and now contains all (‘issued’ and ‘expired’) credential information for all educators in the state. This file is updated every Monday morning unless otherwise noted. To download the file simply right click on the link and select Save Target As. A new dialog box will come up asking you to name the file and select the location where you want to save the file. The file defaults to a text file (.txt). Do not change this file type.
The file is large so it is recommended you use SAS, MS Access or some other data tool that can handle more than a million rows. The following Credentials definition document will give you the layout of the file and the details of the elements included in the file.
Educator Issued Credentials Download File - This file holds the active (or ‘issued’) credential information for all educators in the state. This file is updated every Monday morning unless otherwise noted. Also, this file includes the District IRN, Reporting Building IRN, Position Code and Position Description data from the EMIS Reporting System for the most recent school year. To download the file simply right click on the link and select Save Target As…A new dialog box will come up asking you to name the file and select the location where you want to save the file. The file defaults to a text file (.txt). Do not change this file type.
The file is large so it is recommended that you use SAS, MS Access or MS Excel 2010 (can handle up to 1,048,576 rows of data). The following Issued Credentials document will provide the file layout along with the details on the elements in the file.
Education Employee Positions and Demographics - Public- Three reports on the public education workforce provide information on employees reported by Ohio’s public education entities – public school districts, community schools (also known as charter schools), Joint Vocational School Districts, Educational Service Centers, STEM schools and state supported schools. The reports summarize data on the size, salaries, and demographics of teachers, administrators, and all other employees working in public education entities in Ohio. Users can view average and median salary data for each job category in schools, from superintendents to coaches, either in a specific school year, or as a visualization of the data across multiple years. A third report shows the demographics of employees, including race, gender, and education level. In each of the reports, the data can be viewed for the state, or broken down by district or county, for any school year since 2005-2006, and by the specific job of interest.
Education Employee Positions and Demographics - Secured- This dataset contains line-level data pertaining to the public education workforce in Ohio. The dataset includes salary, demographic and FTE information. The file is large so it is recommended you use SAS, MS Access or some other data tool that can handle millions of rows.
Reports Portal - District and School Teacher and Principal Reports - Please navigate to: Reports Portal > Public > Teacher and Staff >
- District Principal Report
- District Teacher Report
- School Principal Report
- School Teacher Report
2013-2014 Results: Ohio Teacher and Principal Evaluations - These data represent aggregated teacher and principal evaluation results from the 2013-2014 school year for buildings and districts that implemented the Ohio Teacher Evaluation System that year. Public school districts, charter schools, joint vocational districts and educational service centers reported this information to the Ohio Department of Education via Ohio’s electronic Teacher and Principal Evaluation System (eTPES). Buildings or districts that did not implement the Ohio Teacher Evaluation System in 2013-2014 will not find their information in this file.
Resident Educator Summative Assessment: Pass rates by organization type: The attached data tables show pass rates of the Resident Educator Summative Assessment, aggregated by the type of organization in which the Resident Educator was mentored and took the assessment. The Resident Educator Program is Ohio's program for inducting new teachers, or Resident Educators, into the teaching profession. Public districts, community schools, nonpublic schools and other education organizations employing new teachers, provide mentoring and other supports in the first two years of teaching. Following two years of mentoring and preparation by their employing schools or districts, Resident Educators take the Resident Educator Summative Assessment, also known as RESA. The data present RESA pass rates for Resident Educators who began their Resident Educator Program in school years 2011-12 through 2014-15. The data includes new teachers who have taken the RESA at least once; who took the RESA in the same district as their Resident Educator Program; who submitted only full attempts at the assessment. Please see Data Notes within the document for more specific information.
Student Access to Excellent Educators in Ohio, 2015-2016 through 2021-2022- This report summarizes Ohio's trends on student groups' relative likelihood of having teachers and principals who are inexperienced, ineffective or highly effective, and out of field. Ohio’s ESSA plan states that “Ohio will provide and develop a data tool to aid districts in monitoring students’ equitable access to excellent educators within and across schools.” Ohio has provided a district-specific data analysis of equitable access to excellent educators to all districts and charter schools since the 2016-2017 school year. This report summarizes the trends on the measures reported in the ESSA plan, for the following student groups and school types, as required by ESSA:
- Low-income students enrolled in Title I schools
- Non-low-income students not enrolled in Title I schools
- Students of color in Title I schools
- White students in non-Title I schools
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