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1 PARKLANE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2012 DATA

2 2013 DEMOGRAPHIC DATA

3 PK-5 STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS

4 2012 GKIDS DATA

5 2012 GKIDS

6 GKIDS ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS Content Area/Strands # Elements Assessed # Elements Meets/Exceeds % Elements Meets/Exceeds Reading Writing Listening, Speaking, Viewing ELA Total

7 GKIDS MATHEMATICS Content Area/Strands # Elements Assessed # Elements Meets/Exceeds % Elements Meets/Exceeds Numbers and Operations Measurement Geometry Data Analysis Math Total

8 GKIDS APPROACHES TO LEARNING Content Area/Strands # Elements Assessed # Elements Meets/Exceeds % Elements Meets/Exceeds Curiosity and Initiative Creativity and Problem Solving Listening, Attention/Engage ment Approaches Total

9 GKIDS PERSONAL/SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Content Area/Strands # Elements Assessed # Elements Meets/Exceeds % Elements Meets/Exceeds Personal Social P/S Development Total

10 2012 CRCT DATA

11 3 RD GRADE 2012 CRCT - COMPARISON

12 3 RD GRADE CRCT – READING TREND

13 3 RD GRADE CRCT – ELA TREND

14 3 RD GRADE CRCT – MATH TREND

15 3 RD GRADE CRCT – SCIENCE TREND

16 3 RD GRADE CRCT–SOCIAL STUDIES TREND

17 4 TH GRADE 2012 CRCT - COMPARISON

18 4 TH GRADE CRCT – READING TREND

19 4 TH GRADE CRCT – ELA TREND

20 4 TH GRADE CRCT – MATH TREND

21 4 TH GRADE CRCT – SCIENCE TREND

22 4 TH GRADE CRCT–SOCIAL STUDIES TREND

23 5 TH GRADE 2012 CRCT - COMPARISON

24 5 TH GRADE CRCT – READING TREND

25 5 TH GRADE CRCT – ELA TREND

26 5 TH GRADE CRCT – MATH TREND

27 5 TH GRADE CRCT–SOCIAL STUDIES TREND

28 5 TH GRADE CRCT – SCIENCE TREND

29 ITBS DATA

30 3 RD GRADE ITBS TREND

31 5 TH GRADE ITBS TREND

32 WRITING DATA

33 5 TH GRADE WRITING TREND

34 CCRPI 2013 TARGETS Student GroupReadingELAMathScienceSocial Studies All Students Asian/Pacific Islander Black Hispanic American Indian White Multi-Racial SWD ELL Econ. Disadv

35 Reward SchoolPriority SchoolsFocus SchoolsAlert Schools Highest Performing Highest Progress SIG School Achievement of “All student group”, lack of progress Graduation rate less than 60% over 2 years (proxy rate) Large achievement gaps between highest achieving group and lowest subgroup. Grad rate less than 60% over 2 years (proxy rate -- not a priority school ) Graduation Alert Subgroup Alert Subject Alert *achievement rate is 3 SD below state mean Based on composite of CRCT, CRCT-M: Reading, ELA, Math, GAA: ELA, Math, EOCT: 9 th Grade Lit/Comp, Amer. Lit, Math I, II, Algebra, Geometry Based on composite of All subjects- CRCT, GAA, EOCT(all subjects), CRCT-M (R, ELA, M), EOCT (all subjects) Based on composite of All subjects- CRCT& GAA (all subjects), CRCT-M (R, ELA, Math) Subject Alert – All tested subjects, CRCT, CRCT-M, GAA, EOCT. Highest Performing 5% of Title I schools(78 schools) All Student Group over 3 years High schools with the highest grade rates 5% of Title I schools (78schools)10% of Title I schools (156 schools) Title I and non Title I schools Highest Progress 10% of Title I Schools (156 schools) Highest progress performance for all students over 3 years High schools that are making progress in increasing grad rate A school receives support for 3 years (Flexible Learning Program) Does not include priority or focus schools (Flexible Learning Program) September 2012McClarin HSRenaissance MS, Jackson ES, Lewis ES, Ridgeview Charter, Creekside HS, Randolph ES, Bear Creek MS, Sandy Springs MS, Tri-Cities HS, High Point ES Banneker HS Replaces Title I Distinguished designation Georgia Waiver for ESEA Requirements


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