Progress Report

Contents


           
Progress Reports help parents, teachers, principals, and school communities understand schools' strengths and weaknesses. Progress Reports grade each school with an A, B, C, D, or F and are based student progress (60%), student performance (25%), and school environment (15%). Scores are based on comparing results from one school to a peer group of up to 40 schools with the most similar student population and to all schools citywide.


Find a School’s Progress Report

You can find a school’s latest Progress Report by entering the school name or number.


Progress Reports for the last three years and a Progress Report Overview for 2009-10 are also available. The Progress Report Overview is designed for students’ families. The Overview summarizes the Progress Report categories and overall results, answers frequently asked questions, and provides resources for further information. To find these, search for the school in the main school search tool, then click on the “statistics and budget” page.


Progress Report Citywide Results

Spreadsheets with citywide results from previously released Progress Reports can be found in the table below. There is also a multi-year summary that covers all six years of the Progress Report in a single sheet. 

PR Results
2012-13 

PR Results
2011-12
 

PR Results
2010-11
 

PR Results
2009-10 

 Summary of All
Schools

Summary of All
Schools
 

Summary of All
Schools
 

Summary of All
Schools
 

 High Schools

High Schools 

High Schools 

High Schools 

Elementary /
Middle / K-8
 

Elementary /
Middle / K-8
 

Elementary /
Middle / K-8
 

Elementary /
Middle / K-8
 

 Transfer High
Schools

Transfer High
Schools
 

Transfer High
Schools
 

Transfer High
Schools
 

Early Childhood Schools

Early Childhood Schools 

Early Childhood Schools 

Early Childhood Schools 

District 75 Schools 

District 75 Schools 

District 75 Schools 

District 75 Schools 

YABC Programs 

YABC Programs 

YABC Programs 

YABC Programs 

 

PR Results
2008-09

PR Results
2007-08
 

PR Results
2006-07
 

 Summary of All
Schools

Summary of All
Schools
 

Summary of All
Schools
 

 High Schools

High Schools

High Schools

Elementary /
Middle / K-8

Elementary /
Middle / K-8

Elementary /
Middle / K-8

 Transfer High
Schools

Transfer High
Schools
 

No report

No report

No report 

No report 

No report

No report 

No report

No report

No report 

No report 

 
2006-07 was the first year of the Progress Report. School performance data for years before then (back to 1998-99) can be found on the New York State school report card website (look for the "school report card database" - not the reports themselves which are mostly missing).

Methods and Documentation

The methods of the Progress Report are described in the Educator’s Guide to the Progress Report. If you have additional questions, you can contact PR_Support@schools.nyc.gov

Educator’s Guide 2012-13

Educator’s Guide 2011-12

Educator’s Guide 2010-11

Educator’s Guide 2009-10

Educator’s Guide 2008-09

Educator’s Guide 2007-08

High Schools

High Schools

High Schools

High Schools

High Schools

High Schools

Elementary / Middle / K-8

Elementary / Middle / K-8 

Elementary / Middle / K-8

Elementary / Middle / K-8

Elementary / Middle / K-8

Elementary / Middle / K-8

Transfer High Schools

Transfer High Schools 

Transfer High Schools

Transfer High Schools

Transfer High Schools

Transfer High Schools

Early Childhood Schools

Early Childhood Schools

Early Childhood Schools

Early Childhood Schools

No report

No report

District 75 Schools

District 75 Schools

District 75 Schools

District 75 Schools

No report

No report

YABC Programs

YABC Programs

YABC Programs

YABC Programs

No report

No report


Progress Report Changes

The Progress Report is reviewed and revised each year.   We follow a four-step process to approve any changes to the Progress Report:

Step 1: Release “proposed changes” document

Step 2: Collect feedback from stakeholders on the proposed changes

Step 3: Release “final changes” and "responses to feedback"

Step 4: Publish new reports and Educator’s Guides
 



Responses to feedback. This document summarizes and responds to the major points of feedback we received from approximately 1,200 principals, network staff and school staff on the 2011-2012 Progress Report and proposed changes. 

 

High School Preparatory Course Certification (HSPCC) and College Preparatory Course Certification (CPCC)


The High School Readiness Metrics on the Middle School Progress Report and the College and Career Preparatory Course Index (CCPCI) on the high school Progress Report award schools credit for preparing students for the next level. The High School Preparatory Course Certification (HSPCC) and College Preparatory Course Certification (CPCC) processes allow schools to expand the range of courses for which schools can receive credit on these metrics.

Application Timeline 

 

Regular Application Process

Application Process for Re-evaluation of Expired Certifications

Application Process for Adopted Courses 

Application period opens

January 20, 2014 

December 16, 2013 

April 28, 2014

Application due by EOD

February 21, 2014

January 17, 2014

May 30, 2014 

 Schools notified of final decisions

June 13, 2014 

June 13, 2014 

August 15, 2014 

Start an Application
Visit this page to initiate an application.  Links to the following applications will be made available during the timeframes listed above:

        HSPCC/CPCC 1-year and 3-year re-evaluation (Ended January 17, 2014)
        HSPCC/CPCC Application (Ended February 21, 2014)
        HSPCC/CPCC Course Adoption (Now Open)

Once you initiate an application, course codes will be checked for eligibility and your principal will receive a confirmation email within 2 business days containing an Application ID, and a link to the cover page and dividers, with which you may submit course materials. Please refer to the Application Guidance below for specific details regarding application requirements.

Please initiate your application early in the process to allow time to validate your course codes and make corrections, if necessary, in order for you to submit your materials before the deadline.

Resources for HSPCC (Middle Schools)
    • 
HSPCC/CPCC Memo: Describes HSPCC eligibility requirements, timelines, and evaluation process
    •  Application Guidance: Instructions for submitting courses for evaluation (updated 12/16/2013) 
    •  Rubrics for HSPCC Qualitative Evaluation: 
               
ELA, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies
    •  Materials for courses available for adoption.
    •  Powerpoint presented at network trainings regarding HSPCC/CPCC.

Resources for CPCC (High Schools)
    • 
CPCC/HSPCC Memo: Describes CPCC eligibility requirements, timelines, and evaluation process
    •  Application Guidance: Instructions for submitting courses for evaluation (updated 12/16/2013) 
    •  Rubrics for CPCC Qualitative Evaluation:
                ELA, MathematicsScienceSocial Studies
    •  Materials for courses available for adoption.
    •  Powerpoint presented at network trainings regarding HSPCC/CPCC.


Questions? Please contact your network accountability point or email cpcertification@schools.nyc.gov.

Elementary School Student Work Pilot

The Student Work pilot is an opportunity for schools to receive feedback on the rigor and alignment of curriculum and student expectations to the Common Core.  The DOE will use findings from the pilot to determine how we can incorporate evidence of student performance from classrooms assignments into our accountability tools for elementary schools.  The results of the pilot will only be used for informational purposes and schools in the pilot will be an important part of the efforts to broaden the measures of our accountability system.

Schools may register on a rolling basis from February 4, 2013 to February 11, 2013 by emailing studentworkpilot@schools.nyc.gov.  Within one business day of registration, schools will receive an email from studentworkpilot@schools.nyc.gov providing information with details about how to apply.  Applications may be submitted online on a rolling basis from February 11, 2013 to March 4, 2013. 

Read a memo and an FAQ that explains the Student Work pilot. 

Training Resources 

Below are presentations relating to the Progress Report:

Translation Guides                               

Progress Report Overview translation guides are for available for 2009-10:

Elementary/ Middle School

High School

Early Childhood

District 75

Transfer High Schools

Arabic

Arabic

Arabic

Arabic

Arabic

Bengali

Bengali

Bengali

Bengali

Bengali

Chinese

Chinese

Chinese

Chinese

Chinese

French

French

French

French

French

Haitian Creole

Haitian Creole

Haitian Creole

Haitian Creole

Haitian Creole

Korean

Korean

Korean

Korean

Korean

Russian

Russian

Russian

Russian

Russian

Spanish

Spanish

Spanish

Spanish

Spanish

Urdu

Urdu

Urdu

Urdu

Urdu

Progress Report translation guides are available:

Elementary/ Middle School

2008-09

High School

2007-08

Arabic

Arabic

Bengali

Bengali

Chinese

Chinese

Haitian Creole

Haitian Creole

Korean

Korean

Russian

Russian

Spanish

Spanish

Urdu

Urdu