Thursday, June 2, 2011

How does the PSSA performance of the Chester Community Charter School compare with the six elementary schools in the Chester Upland School District?

How does the PSSA performance of the Chester Community Charter School compare with the six elementary schools in the Chester Upland School District?  The charter school results are highlighted in gray on the chart below.


This data is from School AYP Status 2003 - 2010 on the Pennsylvania Department of Education website at http://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/school_assessments.


School Name
AYP  2010
AYP  2009
AYP  2008
AYP 2007
AYP  2006
AYP 2005
AYP 2004
AYP  2003
CHESTER COMM CHARTER SCHOOL
Made AYP
Making Progress
Corrective Action 1
School Improvmt 2
School Improvmt 1
Warning
Made AYP
Warning
CHESTER UPLAND SCHOOL OF ARTS
Made AYP
Warning






COLUMBUS EL SCH
Corrective Action 2 (fourth year)
Corrective Action 2 (third year)
Corrective Action 2 (second year)
Corrective Action 2 (first year)
Making Progress
Corrective Action 1
Corrective Action 1
Corrective Action 1
MAIN STREET SCH
Corrective Action 2 (fourth year)
Corrective Action 2 (third year)
Making Progress
Corrective Action 2 (second year)
Making Progress
Corrective Action 2 (first year)
Making Progress
Corrective Action 1
STETSER EL SCH
Made AYP
Made AYP
Warning
Made AYP
Made AYP
Made AYP
Warning
Warning
THE VILLAGE AT CHESTER UPLAND
School Improvmt 1
Warning






TOBY FARMS ELEM SCH
Made AYP
Made AYP
Making Progress
Corrective Action 2 (first year)
Making Progress
Corrective Action 2 (first year)
Making Progress
Corrective Action 1


1 comment:

  1. damm all that money and they aint doing ish better, mite as well have kept it a public school instead of giving the money to a corporate monger whose donating it to Gov Corbette. Gov Corbette so dam dumb he said the school was the best thing coming out of Chester, now we see it really isn't numbers don't lie Gov Corbett, just keep using the states helicopters to fly to your children's while teachers are being laid off and city schools are suffering.

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