To find a school:
To find a district:
To search the State level report:
If you do not already have Acrobat Reader on your computer, download it from the Adobe Web site. Select "Get Acrobat Reader" and click Continue to start the download. Be sure to save 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 extra time to complete the download.
Once the download has completed, double-click on the installer icon and follow the installation instructions.
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 browser's window.
While viewing the report cards either in your browser window or in Acrobat Reader, go to File-Print, or simply click on the small printer icon in the upper left-hand corner.
If you have trouble printing from your browser, try saving the PDF document first to a place you'll remember, such as your desktop. Then double-click the file to open it in Acrobat Reader, and then go to File-Print.
New this year! You can now copy the data from all PDF reports into other programs, such as Excel or Word.
Open a PDF report in Acrobat Reader, and click on the Note icon located in the top section of each page. You will then see the data behind the chart. Simply select the data, copy, switch into Excel (or other program) and paste. The data should be properly formatted for you.
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.
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