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View the new School Quality Reports for elementary, middle, K-8 and high schools.As a part of her vision for New York City’s schools, Chancellor Fariña has announced a set of new accountability tools for New York City public schools: the School Quality Snapshot and School Quality Guide.
A result of months of consultation with school leaders, parents and experts throughout the country, these reports will replace the Progress Report. They are tailored to specific audiences and are designed to provide a more complete picture of school quality based on multiple measures. They include information from a formal school visit and evaluation by an experienced educator; feedback from parents, students and teachers from the NYC School Survey; and a variety of achievement and progress measures.
The School Quality Snapshot is a family-facing report that provides a concise picture of the quality of each school in a user-friendly format. The School Quality Guide provides a more robust set of information about each school, including multiple years of data so that schools’ progress over time can be more easily tracked.
NYC School SurveyProvides feedback from parents, teachers, and students on school environmentQuality ReviewMeasures how well a school is organized to support student achievementProgress Report ArchiveGrades schools based on student performance, progress, and school environmentState and Federal Evaluation Measures student achievement according to the federal No Child Left Behind Act and the New York State Education Department
Yearly TestingTest students take to measure their progress against NYS performance standards Periodic Assessments Provide regular, timely feedback on students’ strengths and weaknesses to help guide instruction and support student progress Educational TechnologyProfessional Development and resources to assist schools in using technology in the classroom
What's Next for Accountability in NYC (Executive SummaryFull Report)This white paper, released in November 2013, discusses the design and evolution of school accountability in New York City and proposes options to further strengthen it.