Accountability/ Performance Reports
School Quality Snapshot 2016-2017
School Quality Snapshot 2015-2016
School Quality Snapshot 2014-2015
The School Quality Snapshot is a family-facing report that provides a concise picture of the quality of each school in a user-friendly format. For more information about the School Quality Snapshot, click here.
The School Quality Guide provides a more robust set of information about each school, including multiple years of data so that schools’ progress over time can be more easily tracked. For more information about the School Quality Guide, click here.
The NYC Progress Report was the main accountability tool used by the New York City Department of Education from 2007 through 2013. Progress Reports graded each school with an A, B, C, D, or F and were based on student progress (60%), student performance (25%), and school environment (15%). Progress Reports were developed for most schools, including early childhood, elementary, middle, and high schools. Certain groups of schools (District 79 schools, some District 75 schools, and some early childhood schools) did not receive Progress Reports.
These reports include this school’s results from the NYC School Survey, which is completed by parents, teachers and students in grades 6-12. Through the Survey, respondents report satisfaction with various elements of the school’s environment. For additional information about the School Survey, click here.
The Quality Review is a formal school visit by an experienced educator who evaluates how well the school is organized to improve student achievement by observing classrooms, reviewing documents, and speaking with parents, students and educators. The Quality Review Report describes what the reviewer saw at the school -- what life is like there. The report identifies some of the strengths in the school, as well as areas where improvement is needed with suggestions for making improvements. To read more about the Quality Review Process click here.
The New York State School Report Card is released every year by the New York State Education Department (NYSED). It includes information about who each school in the state serves, its students’ assessment outcomes as well as some State accountability determinations. New York State Report Cards are available here – search for your school on the top of the page.
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Annual Arts in School Reports 2015-2016
Annual Arts in School Reports 2014-2015