Visit our latest DC educational data dashboard highlight a variety of ways to analyze the 2019 DC PARCC test results. Most of the city's student groups and grades/subjects improved their proficiency rates this, but not all. Find out which students excelled and which need additional support by reviewing our data dashboard.
Thirteen public schools that enroll a large share of the District of Columbia’s at-risk students are closing the achievement gap at a rate 10 times faster than other schools in the city and nationally. For their growth in academic performance, and for the instructional, analytical and cultural practices these schools employ to achieve such progress, the education nonprofit EmpowerK12 has named these campuses its 2019 Bold Improvement Schools.
Being recognized today at the National Press Club are these 2019 Bold Improvement Schools, in alphabetical order:
Our newest DC educational dashboard utilizes recently released additional student group outcomes data on report card metrics. OSSE published results for more granular student groups like "Not At-Risk Students without Disabilities" and "Black/African-American Males" in a raw file. We applied our interactive data warehousing and dashboarding expertise to let the public robustly explore the new information.
Learn more about the dashboard in our blog post about the Equity Tool.
Since 2014, EmpowerK12 has supported schools and school support organizations to become more data-driven. What does that mean? Start by checking out our Rubric for Data-Driven Culture for School Systems. We provide multi-tiered support covering data infrastructure, data reporting, coaching, and evaluation services.
We are passionate about closing the achievement gap so we partner with organizations that serve a broad spectrum of student populations
Our approach is to coach teachers, leaders and analysts to grow and sustain data practices
We believe in a unique and customized consulting experience for each and every client
The 2018 DC school report card and STAR Framework results were released last December. Check our resource and dashboard page for exclusive visualizations and blog posts focused on understanding the report card information.
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