Our goal is to consistently have a better on-time graduation rate than the state average.
Our goal is to close achievement gaps and see results that are better than the state average.
Our goal is to return results that are better than the national average and that our enrollment in AP classes matches the demographics of the overall school community. Although we do not have a report that features each AP test results, we do have data on AP enrollment and how many students took and passed a test.
Our goal is to see the demographics partaking in our Dual Enrollment program match the overall demographics of ACPS. This year's metrics show a baseline of students who earned credits in our Dual Enrollment and International Baccalaureate classes broken down by demographic group.
Our goal is to reduce the the number of secondary students with one or more course failures. Using the 2021-22 school year results as a baseline, we want to see this reduction overall and by demographics.
Additional baseline information can be found in our Equity Table:
Our goal is to track the post-secondary education of our students to determine the rate of which they earn degrees. This information will allow us to measure if our students earn degrees at a higher rate than the national average. The information we have on the Class of 2016 will be our baseline.
Our goal is to see an increase in the reading skills of our students.
Our goal is to see our Peer Learning Communities show consistent growth through the seven stages of our PLC tool.
Learning walks were not an effective method for collecting data about Culturally Responsive Teaching in our classrooms. Beginning in the 2022-23 school year, all teachers will add information on Culturally Responsive Teaching practices to their Employee Performance Evaluation.
Our goal is to have 100% participation in our new Student-Led Conference program. As this is a newly-implemented program, baseline data will be gathered during the 2022-23 school year.
Our goal is to have 100% of our Learning Technology Integrators trained in Computer Science and DLI Standards. As this is a new program, we will begin to gather baseline data during the 2022-23 school year.