How can I view the 2002 Infoworks reports?
All the school, district, and state
reports are available in PDF (Portable Document Format).
In order to view or print these files you need the free
Acrobat® Reader™ software. You can download the
software from the
Adobe Web site, then you will need to install it on
Downloading and Installing Acrobat
Adobe Acrobat Web site, select "Get Acrobat Reader -
Free!" You will need to enter the operating system
(Windows XP, 2000, 98 or Macintosh), then begin the
download. Be sure to send the file to a location where
you can easily find it afterward, such as the Desktop. If you are using a modem to connect to the Internet, it may take you extra time to complete the download.
Once the download has completed,
double-click on the installer icon and follow the
installation instructions. Then you're ready to go!
Configuring your browser to view the
Both Netscape (4 and above) and Internet Explorer (4
and above), by default, use a plug-in to automatically
open Acrobat Reader within your browser. When you click
a PDF file link, Acrobat Reader will open right in your
If you would rather configure your
computer to open Acrobat Reader as a helper application
(rather than as a plug-in), please refer to
Configuring Windows Browser for Reader (Windows
Configuring Mac OS Browsers for Reader (Macintosh
users). When you use this configuration and click a PDF
file link, the browser opens Acrobat Reader as a
separate application where you view the PDF.
How can I find my school and district reports?
The Infoworks! reports are available in
PDF format under the tab 2002
Reports. We offer the following options for
Go to the complete list of all schools
Type in a school name, or part of a
school name (such as "Kennedy" or "Robert F. Kennedy
Select a grade level using the pull-down
Enter a 5-digit school code
For District-level reports, select a
district from the pull-down menu
Click on State of Rhode Island for
If you are searching for a school, you will see a list of the 3 pages
of reports available. If you are looking for
district-level reports, you will see a list of 4
available pages. Select a link to view the report. If you
have followed the instructions above, when you click on
a link to any PDF file, the Acrobat Reader program will
automatically launch and you will be able to view and
print the report.
How to Print the Reports
While viewing the report either in your
browser window or in Acrobat Reader, go to File-Print,
or simply click on the small printer icon in the upper
Why PDF (Portable Document Format)?
While HTML is great for displaying information on the Web, it is not very structured and is not the best choice for producing
reports or charts and graphs that require rigid formatting.
Adobe® Portable Document Format (PDF) is the open de
facto standard for electronic document distribution
worldwide. PDF files can also be opened reliably across
a broad range of hardware and software. Adobe PDF is a
universal file format that preserves all of the fonts,
formatting, colors, and graphics of any source document,
regardless of the application and platform used to
create it. By providing the reports in PDF, you can view
them exactly as they appear in the
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