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Data Management


Data Reports

A significant number of reports can be found on the Data Reports page.

Data Governance

Data governance is both an organizational process and a structure. It establishes responsibility for data, organizing program area staff to collaboratively and continuously improve data quality and use. It does this through the systematic creation and enforcement of policies, roles, responsibilities, and procedures.

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

HB 1612

Per 2018 HB 1612, the Department of Education is required to establish minimum standards for privacy and security of student and employee data, based on best practices, for local education agencies.

To comply with this legislation, the Department in collaboration with the Department of Information Technology, has developed draft minimum standards document.

The document references NIST SP 800-171, which are federal standards relative to this topic. There are more resources available online here: https://nvlpubs.nist.gov/nistpubs/SpecialPublications/NIST.SP.800-171r1.pdf

If you have questions or feedback about HB 1612, please use the below link to respond to the DOE no later than February 8th. The Department will use this feedback to provide additional documentation, clarification and updates to the draft as needed. In an effort to provide compile a comprehensive document that addresses any concerns, feedback will only be accepted through this link https://goo.gl/forms/5b2NwAKwuCxlTvv63.

HB 1612 Final Legislation Acrobat Reader

Minimum Standards for Privacy and Security of Student and Employee Data Draft Acrobat Reader

Minimum Standards for Privacy and Security of Student and Employee Data Presentation PowerPoint

Data Collection

The Department has a significant number of efforts in place to report on the progress of schools and provide valuable data to help improve schools. School district personnel can access many of these data systems through the Department’s web portal myNHDOE.

  • Assessment and Accountability Data Systems
  • CATE
  • myNHDOE (Single Sign On)
  • The Single Sign On system (SSO) is used by education personnel to access and submit school district data.  Data is entered directly on line or can be uploaded to the various applications.  The SSO security system requires that each user have their own user account name and password to get access to the portal.  Once a user creates an account, they must contact their local i4see contact for appropriate security permissions to the applications. For more information contact i4see.help@doe.nh.gov.
  • SSO supports the applications to collect the following data:
    • Accountability for the Opportunity for an Adequate Education
    • Dropouts and Graduates Reports
    • End of Year reports
    • ESOL School Testing Report
    • Fall Enrollment reports
    • NH Educator Information
    • No Child Left Behind - Title IIA Baseline NH Educator Survey
    • State Assigned Student Identification (SASID)
  • i4see (Initiative for School Empowerment and Excellence)
  • PerformancePLUS
  • Education Research
  • Forms & Instructions
  • The National Center for Education Statistics provides State Education Data Profiles where you can search for statewide information in elementary/secondary education, postsecondary education and selected demographics for all states in the U.S.

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New Hampshire Department of Education
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Telephone: (603) 271-3494 | TDD Access: Relay NH 711