SED Releases Progress Reports for Struggling Schools
Most Schools Show Progress In Meeting 2016-17 Demonstrable Improvement Goals
The State Education Department today released 2015-16 progress reports for the state’s 62 Struggling Schools, showing each school’s progress on performance indicators that were jointly selected by the State Education Department and the superintendents of the districts where the schools are located. These schools will receive Demonstrable Improvement determinations next year based on 2016-17 school year performance that will be used by the Commissioner of Education to decide whether independent receivers are appointed to manage these schools. The progress reports provide the schools and their respective districts with information to assist them in meeting their Demonstrable Improvement indicator progress targets in 2017.