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1 1 RESULTS

2 2 60% % % 1986 (first year NYC tracked four-year graduation rate) CITY GRADUATION RATES

3 3 * Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, and Yonkers; ** NYS - NYC FOUR YEAR STATE GRADUATION RATES ( ) 2000 Cohort 44% 49% 80% 0 NYCBig 4 * Rest of New York State** 2002 Cohort50%45%78% Change in Percent of Graduates +

4 4 * Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, and Yonkers **NYS - NYC FIVE YEAR STATE GRADUATION RATES (2006) 2001 Cohort 47%47%78% After 4 Years 0 NYCBig 4 * Rest of New York State** 2001 Cohort57%53%82% After 5 years Change in Percent of Graduates + + +

5 5 * Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, and Yonkers 2000 Cohort 44%49%80% After 4 Years 0 NYC Big 4 * Rest of New York State 2000 Cohort 56%56%84% After 6 Years Change in Percent of Graduates SIX YEAR STATE GRADUATION RATES (2006)

6 6 AP Exam Test-Takers 22, , PSAT Exam Test-Takers 109, , STUDENTS TAKING ADVANTAGE OF COLLEGE-BOUND OPPORTUNITIES Source: College Board 30,964 38,937 SAT Exam Test-Takers

7 7 STATE FOURTH GRADE MATH SCORES Percent of Students in Levels Change: New York City+22.1 Big Four+5.0 Rest of State+6.4 New York City Big Four ( Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, and Yonkers ) Rest of State ( NYS – Big Four and NYC ) GRADE 4—ALL STUDENTS

8 8 NAEP FOURTH GRADE MATH SCORES Percent of Students At or Above Basic GRADE 4—ALL STUDENTS NationLarge Central CityNew York City Change: New York City+ 12 Large Central City + 7 Nation + 5

9 9 Percent of Students in Levels 3+4 GRADE 4—ENGLISH PROFICIENT STUDENTS** Change: New York City+13.3 Big Four+4.5 Rest of State+5.1 Big Four ( Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, and Yonkers ) Rest of State ( NYS – Big Four and NYC ) New York City * Estimated STATE FOURTH GRADE READING SCORES * **From , due to a change in state regulations, the percent of students taking the fourth grade ELA test who were English Language Learners increased substantially (from 4.5% to 13.5%).

10 10 Percent of Students At or Above Basic GRADE 4—ALL ENGLISH PROFICIENT STUDENTS* NationLarge Central CityNew York City Change: New York City+ 14 Large Central City+ 10 Nation+ 4 NAEP FOURTH GRADE READING SCORES *From , due to a change in state regulations, the percent of students taking the fourth grade NAEP Reading test who were English Language Learners increased substantially (from 8% to 15.2%).

11 11 BLACK FOURTH GRADE NAEP SCORES IN MATH NationLarge Central CityNew York City Change: New York City+ 14 Large Central City + 11 Nation+ 9 All TUDA Districts: Charlotte75% New York City72% Boston71% Houston69% Austin68% San Diego65% Atlanta55% Los Angeles54% Chicago48% Cleveland45% District of Columbia45% Percent of Students At or Above Basic

12 12 BLACK FOURTH GRADE NAEP SCORES IN READING Percent of Students At or Above Basic NationLarge Central CityNew York City Change: New York City+ 14 Large Central City + 8 Nation+ 7 All TUDA Districts: New York City51% Charlotte49% Boston48% Houston48% San Diego44% Austin41% Atlanta40% Los Angeles37% Chicago34% District of Columbia33% Cleveland30%

13 13 Percent of Students in Levels 3+4 GRADE 8—ALL STUDENTS Change: New York City+15.9 Big Four+3.8 Rest of State+9.1 STATE EIGHTH GRADE MATH SCORES New York City Big Four ( Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, and Yonkers ) Rest of State ( NYS – Big Four and NYC )

14 14 NAEP EIGHTH GRADE MATH SCORES Percent of Students At or Above Basic GRADE 8—ALL STUDENTS Change: New York City+ 3 Large Central City+ 7 Nation+ 3 NationLarge Central CityNew York City

15 15 Percent of Students in Levels Change: New York City+12.3 Big Four+11.4 Rest of State+13.0 New York City Big Four ( Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, and Yonkers ) Rest of State ( NYS – Big Four and NYC ) STATE EIGHTH GRADE ENGLISH SCORES GRADE 8 – ALL STUDENTS

16 16 NAEP EIGHTH GRADE READING SCORES Percent of Students At or Above Basic GRADE 8—ALL STUDENTS NationLarge Central CityNew York City Change: New York City- 3 Large Central City+ 2 Nation+ 1

17 BROAD PRIZE WINNER The Broad Prize is the most prestigious national education award. It’s given to the urban school district that made greatest overall academic improvement while reducing achievement gaps. 100 districts are eligible. >NYC was one of five finalists in 2006 and 2005

18 18 MORE SATISFIED PARENTS 24% 64% 47% 64% 59% 66% Percent of public school parents who give their child’s school a “Grade B” or higher is on the rise. Source: Community Service Society


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