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Office of Data and Technology Services 

The Office of Data and Technology Services processes educational data collections, fulfills data requests, and prepares state and federal reports.

Data plays an important role in improved outcomes for students, starting with the data itself through data gathering, collection and storage, then providing information through data integration, access and retrieval, then into knowledge through data analysis and use, resulting in improved student outcomes

ODAT Initiatives

NEW!! Data Summit Presentations

On July 31, 2019, RIDE held the first annual Data Summit. The Data Summit was an opportunity for the educational community in RI to rally around the importance of using data to make well informed decisions.  Thanks to all who attended! Below are the presentations from the Summit.


Accountability Overview 

Funding Formula 

Assessment Update

School, Community and Academic Supports

Attendance Initiative and Nudge Tool

Personnel Data Collection 


School Building Authority 

CTE Collection Overview 

State and Federal Reporting Overview                           

EdFi Overview and Data Interoperability                

Uniform Chart of Accounts (UCOA) 

Enrollment V. SPED Census 



RIDEmap is a portal designed to facilitate easy access to all education applications for educators in the State of Rhode Island.

RIDEmap logo and link to application

Go to RIDEmap.

Federal & State Reporting

The Rhode Island Department of Education annually collects a wide range of information from schools and districts. The Department uses a web-based system, eRIDE. Authorized district and school staff are now able to login to eRIDE and submit state and federally mandated data and reports throughout the year.

RIDE uses eRIDE to manage the State Assigned Student IDs (SASID), the state Data Dictionary, publish School and District Report Cards, Statistical Reports, Frequently Requested Education Data (FRED) and other public education data.

RICAS Assessments

2018 was the first year of the new Rhode Island Comprehensive Assessment System (RICAS) in grade 3-8 in English Language Arts and mathematics.

The RICAS assessments are aligned to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS); our standards have not changed. Instruction in our classrooms should continue to be aligned to these standards in English language arts and mathematics for all students. 

Find your school and district scores.

Discipline Data Reporting

  • Includes in-school suspensions, out-of-school-suspensions, and alternate program placements.
  • This critical data is used for determining compliance with federal special education law by identifying districts with discrepancies in the rates of short and long-term suspensions for students with disabilities, and for decisions regarding a district’s use of funds.
  • Based upon this data, districts may be required to review and revise policies, procedures, and practices, reserve 15% of IDEA funds for coordinated early intervening services, and report on the revision of policies, procedures, and practices.

Learn more about General Guidance for Reporting Discipline Data [PDF, 147KB] and how data is used.

Find out more about RIDE Discipline Data Collection Specifications [PDF, 206KB].

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ODAT Staff