CCRPI & School Climate Rating
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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

The Georgia Department of Education recently released CCRPI scores and School Climate ratings for public schools throughout the state.  Daughtry Elementrary is excited to annouce a score of 77.6, a 14.1 gain over our previous year's score of 63.5! 

The CCRPI is Georgia's statewide accountability system, implemented in 2012 to replace No Child Left Behind's Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) measurement, after the U.S. Department of Education granted Georgia's waiver from NCLB. It measures schools and school districts on a 100-point scale based on multiple indicators of performance.  -www.gadoe.com

Image result for star emojiImage result for star emojiImage result for star emojiImage result for star emoji Daughtry also continues to have a 4 star climate rating!    

As part of the CCRPI reports, the Georgia Department of Education also released the 2017 School Climate Star Ratings for local schools. This rating is provided as an informational tool for schools, parents, and communities. While it is reported alongside the CCRPI, it is not included in the calculation that produces school and district CCRPI scores. 

School climate refers to the quality and character of school life -- the "culture" of a school. A sustainable, positive school climate fosters youth development and student learning, which are essential elements for academic success, career-skill improvement, and overall quality of life. The School Climate Star Rating assesses the climate of a school on a 1-5 scale using the following indicators: 

  • Survey – a measure of student, teacher, and parent perceptions of a school’s climate
  • Student Discipline – a measure of student discipline using a weighted suspension rate
  • Safe and Substance-Free Learning Environment – school discipline incidents and student survey responses on use of illegal substances and the prevalence of violence, bullying, and unsafe incidents within a school
  • Attendance – the average daily attendance of teachers, administrators, and staff members and the percentage of students with fewer than six unexcused absences

-www.gadoe.com

 

For more information please check out the Georgia Department of Education's Website:

http://www.gadoe.org/External-Affairs-and-Policy/communications/Pages/PressReleaseDetails.aspx?PressView=default&pid=574

 

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