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Charter School Performance and Growth Highlights | DC School Equity Reports 2013

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On December 11, agencies responsible for public education in the District of Columbia released the first-ever District of Columbia School Equity Reports.

On December 11, agencies responsible for public education in the District of Columbia released the first-ever District of Columbia School Equity Reports.

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  • 1. 12/5/13 1
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  • 9. Charter Sector Compared to the DC Average: Demographics 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% Charter Average 40% Citywide Average 30% Charter Average Citywide Average Low Income 80% 66% ELL 11% 9% SPED 12% 13% Black 78% 73% Hispanic 15% 16% White 5% 8% 20% 10% 0% Low Income ELL SPED Black Hispanic White Asian; Multiracial; Native American/ Alaskan; Pacific/ Hawaiian: 1% or less for city and charter average 12/5/13 9
  • 10. Charter Sector Compared to the DC Average Demographics—Special Education Charter Sector Average Citywide Average Special Education 12% 13% Level 1 31% 36% Level 2 34% 32% Level 3 16% 12% Level 4 19% 20% *Percentages for each level are out of the total Special Education population 12/5/13 10
  • 11. Charter Sector Compared to the DC Average Discipline— 1+ day Suspension Rate 30% 25% 20% 15% Charter Sector Average Citywide Average 10% Charter Average Citywide Average All Students 15% 12% SPED 26% 23% ELL 7% 4% Low Income 16% 15% Black 15% 16% Hispanic White 5% 7% 3% 4% 1% Students 0% All Students SPED ELL Low Income Black Hispanic White *11+ day suspensions for all charter subgroups is less than 1% 12/5/13 11
  • 12. Charter Sector Compared to the DC Average Discipline—Expulsions Charter Sector Average Citywide Average 0.50% 0.22% *Many students issued very long-term suspensions by DCPS are sent to CHOICE—an alternative school setting. These students are captured in the school’s long-term suspension metric, but not in the expulsion or midyear withdrawal metric. Charter School Expulsion Rates by Grade Band 0.1% ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (Grades PK - 5) 1.0% MIDDLE SCHOOL (Grades 6 - 8) 1.4% HIGH SCHOOL (Grades 9 - 12) 0.3% ADULT 12/5/14 12
  • 13. Charter Sector Compared to the DC Average DC CAS Achievement (proficiency and above) Charter Sector Average Reading/ Math Citywide Average Reading/ Math All Students 53% / 59% 49% / 53% SPED 21% / 30% 19% / 24% ELL 45% / 54% 40% / 50% Low Income 48% / 54% 42% / 46% Black 50% / 56% 44% / 47% Hispanic 55% / 61% 52% / 59% White 91% / 92% 92% / 91% Asian 78% / 88% 74% / 86% 12/5/13 13
  • 14. Charter Sector Compared to the DC Average Student Movement Charter Sector Average Citywide Average Midyear Withdrawal 5% 11% Midyear Entry 1% 9% Net Movement -4% -2% 12/5/13 14
  • 15. Charter Sector Highlights! DC CAS: Students with Disabilities Reading Proficiency City Average: 19% St. Coletta PCS, 85% KIPP DC – KEY Academy PCS, 46% Two Rivers Elementary PCS, 38% Center City PCS – Petworth, 37% Hope Community PCS – Tolson, 36% Math Proficiency City Average: 24% St. Coletta PCS, 74% DC Prep PCS – Edgewood Middle, 70% KIPP DC – KEY Academy PCS, 68% Paul PCS, 57% Achievement Prep PCS, 56% Reading Growth City Average: 43% KIPP DC – KEY Academy PCS, 73% Achievement Prep PCS, 61% KIPP DC – AIM Academy PCS, 59% Friendship PCS – Southeast, 58% KIPP DC – WILL Academy PCS, 56% Math Growth City Average: 43% Friendship PCS – Southeast, 71% KIPP DC – Aim Academy PCS, 67% DC Prep PCS – Edgewood Middle, 65% Paul PCS, 63% KIPP DC – KEY Academy PCS, 62% 12/5/13 15
  • 16. Charter Sector Highlights! DC CAS: English Language Learners Reading Proficiency City Average: 40% DC Bilingual PCS, 61% Elsie Whitlow Stokes PCS, 52% Meridian PCS, 51% Center City PCS – Petworth, 45% Center City PCS – Brightwood, 44% Math Proficiency City Average: 50% Cesar Chavez PCS – Chavez Prep, 72% Elsie Whitlow Stokes PCS, 63% Center City PCS – Petworth, 63% Meridian PCS, 59% DC Bilingual PCS, 57% Reading-Growth City Average: 53% Center City PCS – Brightwood, 72% DC Bilingual PCS, 58% Math- Growth City Average: 51% Center City PCS – Brightwood, 68% Cesar Chavez PCS – Chavez Prep, 63% 12/5/13 16
  • 17. Charter Sector Highlights! DC CAS: Low Income Reading Proficiency City Average: 42% St. Coletta PCS, 84% DC Prep PCS – Edgewood Middle, 77% KIPP DC – Key Academy PCS, 74% Capital City PCS – High School, 72% Washington Latin PCS – Upper, 72% Math Proficiency City Average: 46% DC Prep PCS – Edgewood Middle, 91% KIPP DC – College Prep PCS, 87% KIPP DC – Key Academy PCS, 86% Thurgood Marshall Academy PCS, 85% Achievement Prep PCS, 84% Reading Growth City Average: 49% Thurgood Marshall Academy PCS, 73% KIPP DC – Key Academy PCS, 70% DC Prep PCS – Edgewood Middle, 65% KIPP DC – AIM Academy PCS, 64% National Collegiate Prep PCS, 63% Cesar Chavez PCS – Parkside HS, 63% Math Growth City Average: 49% Thurgood Marshall Academy PCS, 86% KIPP DC – AIM Academy PCS, 77% Center City PCS – Brightwood, 75% KIPP DC PCS – WILL Academy, 71% KIPP DC PCS – Key Academy, 71% Achievement Prep PCS, 71% 12/5/13 17
  • 18. Charter Sector Highlights! DC CAS: Black Students Reading Proficiency City Average: 44% St. Coletta PCS, 89% DC Prep PCS – Edgewood Middle, 79% Community Academy PCS – Butler, 79% KIPP DC – KEY Academy PCS, 76% Howard University PCS, 74% Math Proficiency City Average: 47% DC Prep PCS – Edgewood Middle, 91% KIPP DC– College Prep PCS, 87% Thurgood Marshall Academy PCS, 87% KIPP DC – KEY Academy PCS, 86% Achievement Prep PCS, 85% Reading Growth City Average: 48% Thurgood Marshall Academy PCS, 74% KIPP DC – KEY Academy PCS, 70% KIPP DC – AIM Academy PCS, 64% DC Prep PCS – Edgewood Middle, 64% Community Academy PCS – Butler, 63% National Collegiate Prep PCS, 63% Math Growth City Average: 49% Thurgood Marshall Academy PCS, 85% Center City PCS – Brightwood, 79% KIPP DC – AIM Academy PCS, 77% KIPP DC – WILL Academy PCS, 71% KIPP DC – KEY Academy PCS, 71% 12/5/13 18
  • 19. Charter Sector Highlights! DC CAS: Hispanic/ Latino Students Reading Proficiency City Average: 52% Capital City PCS – High School, 71% Washington Latin PCS – Middle, 68% DC Bilingual PCS, 61% Meridian PCS, 60% Capital City PCS – Middle School, 60% Math Proficiency City Average: 59% Cesar Chavez PCS – Chavez Prep, 80% Elsie Whitlow Stokes PCS, 74% Meridian PCS, 69% E.L. Haynes PCS – Kansas Ave HS, 68% Washington Latin PCS – Middle, 68% Reading Growth City Average: 55% Center City PCS – Brightwood, 65% Center City PCS – Shaw, 64% Center City PCS – Petworth, 62% DC Bilingual PCS, 61% E.L. Haynes PCS – Georgia Ave, 60% Math Growth City Average: 53% Center City PCS – Brightwood, 72% Center City PCS – Petworth, 66% Meridian PCS, 65% Cesar Chavez PCS – Capitol Hill, 64% Cesar Chavez PCS – Chavez Prep, 60% 12/5/13 19
  • 20. Equity Reports PMF Tier 1 Schools—Highlights • Enrollment of students with disabilities (all 15% or higher): • Two Rivers PCS (21%) • Capital City PCS – High School (20%) • KIPP DC – AIM Academy PCS (18%) • KIPP DC – WILL Academy PCS (18%) • Achievement Prep PCS (18%) • KIPP DC – College Prep PCS (15%) • Schools that greatly exceed their grade band average for In-Seat Attendance: • Washington Latin (95% ISA rate; city average for HS- 84%) • KIPP DC – College Prep PCS (94% ) • Thurgood Marshall Academy PCS (93%) • Washington Math Science Technology PCS (93%) • Capital City PCS – High School (91%) • SEED PCS (94% ISA rate; city average for MS-HS- 88%) • Schools with a much lower suspension rate than their grade band average • Washington Latin PCS – Upper School (8%; city average for HS 21%) • Thurgood Marshall Academy PCS (8%) • Washington Math Science Technology PCS (10%) • Washington Latin PCS – Middle School (9% rate; city average for MS 22%) 12/5/13 20
  • 21. Equity Reports What does PCSB hope to accomplish by publishing these reports? • • • • Increase transparency for all DC stakeholders (schools, policy makers, parents) Highlight areas where charter schools are showing exceptional performance Highlight areas of growth for charter schools Provide data which can combat certain charter school “myths” 12/5/13 21