Compare potential receiving schools if Jackson M. is closed

CPS states that they will place students in higher-performing schools. How CPS is defining a school as "higher performing" is important to understand. A higher performing schools means a higher level on the Performance Policy for the year 2011-2012 school year or a school that performs higher in 3 of 4 selected metrics (performance points, ISAT composite meets or exceeds score, value added reading and value added math). Here you can compare Jackson M. to its welcoming schools using CPS's own criteria and other available data.

How is CPS defining "higher-performing" school?

Better level (1 or 2)

  1. Level1
  2. Level2

Level 1 is best

A rating of a school's performance calculated from Performance Policy points. More »


Perform better in 3 out of 4 areas

  • Performance Policy points

    Percent of points on 8 metrics including ISAT Composite, Value-added reading and Value-added math. More »

  • ISAT composite

    Percent of students meeting or exceeding state testing standards. More »

  • Value-added reading

    Measure of individual improvement in Math ISAT relative to district average More »

  • Value-added math

    Measure of individual improvement in Reading ISAT relative to district average. More »

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