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Data Requests

Do you need information from the District?

Please review the District Statistics​ page (found under "Reports and Data"), which contains data and summary statistics.​

If the information you need is not found on the District Statistics page, you may submit​ a data request. Data request examples are the number of students enrolled in a particular course, or other specific information relating to demographics, grades, or courses.​ Please allow enough time for your request to be fulfilled.

The data request form is for accessing existing, non-identifiable data.

Contact Jon Bridges with any question​s about this process.​

​​​​​2019​ BSD Annual Surveys

​The PDFs provide a preview of each survey.​ Live survey links will be distributed at school for students and via School Messenger for parents/guardians.​

Reports and Data

District Report Cards

Use of Physical Restraint and Seclusion in the Beaverton School District

Conducting Research in BSD

Interested in conducting research involving the District? Submit a research proposal to the Teaching & Learning Department. 

Past examples of research ​include comparing the effectiveness of competing reading programs​ and the impact of early vocabulary in​tervention for at-risk students.

​To submit a research proposal, please email Dr. Rayn​a Flye.

Please note that the approval process may take 4-6 weeks for committee approval. When submitting your research proposal, please remember that we operate on a school year calendar. Research proposals are not reviewed during the following times:

​Between Memorial Day and the first day of school

During winter break (mid-December to early January)

District Research Agenda

While the District encourages all research related to teaching and learning, we do have a prioritized research agenda.

Equity is one of the key Pillars of Learning in the Beaverton School District. As such, we are particularly interested in proposals that view educational research through an equity lens. 

The District also encourages the evaluation of our many new and continuing programs and policies. This includes areas such as CTE, social and emotional learning, content adoptions, and AVID.

Proposals that are most likely to be approved can illustrate that their research is of use to the BSD. Knowledge of BSD initiatives and policies demonstrates compatibility with the BSD.