Public Data Bank

The MVESC Public Use Data Bank contains selected variables from national, state, and local statistics and reports related to education. Practitioners, evaluators, and grant seekers may find this information useful in statistical reporting and analysis.


This page is updated periodically (last update October 2017). Links to external data sources are accurate at the time of posting. Please report any broken links or data suggestions to Amy Luby (amy.luby@mvesc.org).

National Data

  Source
SAIPE - Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates U.S. Census
Federal Typology Designations
National data about people and the economy U.S. Census
National statistics FedStats
National data about a host of topics Data.gov
National educational data and statistics U.S. Dept. of Education
National educational data and statistics National Center for Education Statistics
Data and statistics about the region of Appalachia Appalachian Regional Commission
County health rankings Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
National data about a host of health topics CDC
Data related to child and family policies Annie E. Casey Foundation

 

Ohio Data

  Source
Public District State Report Cards Ohio Department of Education
Master Directory of schools by type Ohio Department of Education
Statewide Student Achievement Ohio Department of Education
School-specific Achievement Ohio Department of Education
State Report Card Ohio Department of Education
Public District Profile Reports (Cupp Reports) Ohio Department of Education
Enrollment Data Ohio Department of Education
District Typology Ohio Department of Education
State data and statistics about health Ohio Department of Health

 

Local Data

  Source
MVESC District Characteristics (enrollment, median income, student poverty, percent minority) Ohio Department of Education

 

Covering more than 2,400 square miles, MVESC has the largest service region of all 52 ESCS in Ohio

 

As of June 30, 2016, MVESC employed a total of 426 employees

MVESC provided educational services to approximately 1,900 teachers in 16 school districts and approximately 31,284 students in Coshocton, Hocking, Morgan, Muskingum, Perry, and Tuscarawas counties