Metrics, Rubrics, and Tracking

Ready to measure your students’ progress towards academic and culture goals? Everything you need and need to know is right here on this page! Please take the following steps to make sure you are tracking progress effectively.

While these quantitative measures are not the full picture of what we are seeking to accomplish with students, they are the metrics we believe will most accurately guide and measure our students’ progress and engagement with rigorous content.

All contents have the following Culture of Achievement Goal (also trackable in the trackers above):40% increase in net positive responses from student survey result region wide

NOTE: As of August 2015, we have changed the Music metric from a 2.5 row growth goal to a rubric average of 3. For more information on this decision, please reach out to Jacob.

Content Grade Level Quantitative Goals
ART Lower Elementary
  • 80% mastery in theory/history/critique
  • Average 3 rows of growth on ECE Rubric
Upper Elementary
  • 80% mastery in theory/history/critique
  • Average 3 on Upper Elementary Rubric
Secondary (MS & HS)
  • 80% mastery in theory/history/critique
  • Average 3 on Secondary Rubric
MUSIC Elementary
  • 80% mastery in theory/history/critique
  • Average 2.5 rows of growth on Elementary Rubric
Secondary (MS & HS)
  • 80% mastery in theory/history/critique
  • Average 2.5 rows of growth on Secondary Rubric
DANCE ALL
  • 80% mastery in theory/history/critique
  • Average 2.5 rows of growth on Dance Rubric
SOCIAL STUDIES ALL
  • 80% mastery on history/theory/critique
  • Average 3 on DBQ Rubric
  • US HISTORY: Proficient/Advanced on SATP US History
WORLD LANGUAGES ALL
  • 60% or more of time spent in the Target Language
  • MS/HS: 80% mastery or more on Regents Assessments
  • MS/HS: Sustained speaking in Target Language for 15 seconds or more
  • MS/HS: 70 words or more of writing in Target language
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