TDOE Releases 2022-23 Report Card

Tuesday, March 26, 2024 | 03:00pm


Highlights District & School Performance; New Interactive Features Improve User Experience  


Nashville, TN—Today, the Tennessee Department of Education released the 2022-23State Report Card, highlighting new interactive features for families and users to learn more on how districts and schools are performing across the state.

The State Report Card offers families, education leaders, elected officials, and the public a variety of interactive displays that can inform tailored strategies and investments to support students and schools. Users can access a highlight video here and an overview here of how to best utilize the Report Card. Additional resources are available here.

“The updated State Report Card shares powerful data about Tennessee’s public schools and districts, and importantly, empowers families and local communities with information to help them best advocate for students and their public schools,” said Commissioner Lizzette Reynolds.

Annually, the State Report Card is updated to provide information about school and district performance, including overall achievement and progress on state assessments, attendance, English learners’ proficiency in English, graduation rate, and students’ postsecondary readiness. This year, the Report Card highlights the new School Letter Grade system as well as the Tennessee Investment in Student Achievement (TISA), the new state funding formula which is providing dollars to support specific student needs. 

Families can use the updated State Report Card to see how their child’s school is doing using interactive features such as:

  • An enhanced letter grade page within each individual school’s profile, showing a snapshot of their child’s school’s performance.
  • TISA calculator tool that demonstrates how the new state funding formula addresses individual student needs. 

The 2022-23 State Report Card can be accessed here. Additional resources on the State Report Card are available here. The TCAP Family Portal can be found here and Best for ALL Central is available here. For Tennessee Department of Education media inquiries, contact