Continuous school improvement is an embedded behavior rooted in the school's culture that constantly focuses on the conditions, processes, and practices that improve teaching and learning. Schools use student performance results and analyze data from various interwoven components to develop plans and implement improvement actions to drive education quality and improved student outcomes.
All students in 6th grade math and Algebra I will increase achievement in Mathematics
on the CCRS Summative Assessment from 30% “Meets and Exceeds” in SY 18-19 to
38% “Meets and Exceeds” in SY 20-21.
All students in Grade 6 will increase achievement in Mathematics on the CCRS Summative Assessment from 23% in SY 18-19 on a 5 category rating scale in Performance Levels 4 &5 (Major Content) to 31% in SY 20-21.
The percentage of all 7th grade students scoring proficient or higher in mathematics
in the area of Expressions and Equations will increase from 58% to 66% by the end of
school year 20-21 as measured by Edulastic End of Module assessments administered.
All students in Algebra 1 performing at levels 4 and 5 will increase achievement on the Algebra CCRS Summative Assessment from 47% to in SY 18-19 in subclaim Supporting Content” to 55% in SY 20-21. Of all students in Math 8, 80% will achieve a level 3 or higher as measured on Math CCRS Summative Assessment for SY 20-21.
All students in Grades 6-8 will increase achievement in the overall average in Performance Levels 4 & 5 Met or Exceeded in Literacy from 59% in SY 19-20 to 67% in SY 20-21.
All students in Grade 6 will increase achievement in Literacy on the CCRS Summative
Assessment from 51% in SY 18-19 on a 5 category rating scale in Performance Levels 4 & 5 (Literary Text) to 56% in SY 20-21.
All students in Grade 7 will increase achievement in Literacy on the CCRS Summative
Assessment from 53% in SY 18-19 in Performance Levels 4 & 5 (Reading for Information) to 58% in SY 20-21.
All students in Grade 8 will increase achievement in Literacy on the CCRS Summative Assessment from 68% in SY 18-19 in Performance levels 4 & 5 in (Written Expression) to 76% by school year 20-21.
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Accreditation is the act of granting credit or recognition (especially with respect to an educational institution that maintains suitable standards). Educational accreditation is a type of quality assurance process under which services and operations of educational institutions or programs are evaluated by an external agency to determine if applicable standards are met. If standards are met, accredited status is granted by the agency.
Cognia is the accreditation agency for all DoDEA schools and the world's largest education community. As the global leader in advancing education excellence through accreditation and school improvement, Cognia brings together more than 100 years of experience and the expertise of three United States-based accreditation agencies - the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA/CASI), Northwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC), and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS/CASI). Accreditation is pivotal to leveraging education quality and continuous improvement.
Detailed accreditation information is provided on the DoDEA HQ Accreditation Webpage.