Impact

Annual reports are available for download for the academic year. Reports detail results, program outcomes, and key findings.


 
 
 
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Frederick Douglass Academy III, January 2018

SUMMARY:

On average, students scored 42.94% on their previous exams and were assigned 6.56 sessions. Students saw an overall raw score increase of 28.63 points and attained 71.56 % on average across ELA, Living Environment, Algebra I, US History and Global History. We had an 80% graduation rate amongst students in our cohort. Additionally, this was the first year in which the new Global History Regents Exam was administered and there was a considerable amount of uncertainty in regards to test format. Overall, students reported feeling more confident and prepared to take the exams than they were before.


 
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Morris Academy For Collaborative Studies, 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

SUMMARY:

44% of our students were both L & IEP with students requiring 3-5 exams to graduate on average. U.S History and ELA were the two most needed subjects. Though there were challenges with attendance, on average, students who attended 33% of assigned sessions saw a score increase of 127.89%, while students who attended 34-66% of assigned sessions saw an increase in 150.23%. This year was the first year with the new Regents Exam for Global History, and there was a great deal of uncertainty as the format changed from previous year.