Office of Accountability

High Performing & Rapidly Improving Schools and Districts


High Performing Schools & Districts Criteria for 2009-10:


1. District or school’s “all student” group must have achieved all applicable State standards as follows for 2009-10

Grade 3-8 ELA :   All Student PI of 170
Grade 3-8 Math : All Student PI of 170
HS ELA :              All Student PI of 180
HS Math :            All Student PI of 180

2. The district or school in both 2008-2009 and 2009-10 must have made AYP on all applicable measures: Grade 3-8 ELA, Grade 3-8 Math, High School ELA, High School Math, E/M Science and Graduation Rate.

3. In 2009-2010 the school or district must have been held accountable for the academic performance of the “all student group” and at least two other subgroups in either Grade 3-8 ELA or HS ELA and in either Grade 3-8 Math or High School math.

High Performing Schools and Districts List for 2009-10

 

Rapidly Improving Schools & Districts Criteria for 2009-10:

1. The district or school in 2007-2008, 2008-2009 and 2009-10 must have made AYP on all applicable measures: Grade 3-8 ELA, Grade 3-8 Math, High School ELA, High School Math, E/M Science and Graduation Rate. 

2. In 2009-2010 the school or district must have been held accountable for the academic performance of the “all student group” and at least two other subgroups in either Grade 3-8 ELA or HS ELA and in either Grade 3-8 Math or High School math.

3. In 2009-2010 the school or district did not meet one or more of the State Standards as defined under High Performing Schools & Districts Criteria for 2009-10. In other words, a school or district cannot be high performing.

4. For the criteria for which the school did not meet state standard, it showed a growth of 10 points from 06-07 to 09-10. (for example: School ABC had failed to meet State Std for 3-8 ELA, and it improved it’s PI from 146 to 158 from 06-07 to 09-10; therefore it is a Rapidly Improving school).

Rapidly Improving Schools and Districts List for 2009-10

Last Updated: January 3, 2012