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CEP Goals (Draft) 2020-21




NYC School Survey


1. By June, 2021, NYC School Survey for Teacher will Increase 12%, from 73% to 85%, on Effective School Leadership to which teachers said that the principal communicates a clear vision for this school.

2. By June, 2021, NYC School Survey for Teacher will Increase 16%, from 69% to 85%, on Effective School Leadership to which teachers said that curriculum, instruction, and learning materials are well coordinated across different grade levels.

3. By June, 2021, NYC School Survey for Parent will Increase 6%, from 89% to 95%, on Effective School Leadership to which parents felt that the principal works to create a sense of community in the school .


Chronic Absenteeism


1. By June, 2021, Chronic Absenteeism for All Students will Decrease by 7%, from 32% to 25%, as measured by school attendance.

2. By June, 2021, Chronic Absenteeism for Students with Disabilities will Decrease by 5%, from 38% to 33%, as measured by School Attendance.


High School Math


1. By August, 2021, there will be a 11% Increase, from 59% to 70% of the All Students achieving at 65 or above, as measured by Avg Score: Algebra I (CC)

2. By August, 2021, there will be a 10% Increase, from 51% to 61% of the Students with Disabilities achieving at 65 or above, as measured by Students with Disabilities - Avg Score: Algebra I (CC)


Graduation Rate


1. By August, 2021, Graduation Rate for All Students will Increase 5%, from 91% to 96%, as measured by Graduation Rate, 4-year.

2. By August, 2021, Graduation Rate for Black Male students will Increase 10%, from 57% to 67%, as measured by Graduation Rate, 4-year - Black/Hispanic Males in City Low 3rd.


College, Career, Civic Readiness (CCCR)


1. By August, 2021, College, Career, Civic Readiness (CCCR) for All Students will Increase 10%, from 61% to 71%, as measured by College Readiness Index.

2. By August, 2021, College, Career, Civic Readiness (CCCR) for All Students will Increase 10%, from 56% to 66%, as measured by College Persistence.

3. By August, 2021, College, Career, Civic Readiness (CCCR) for All Students will Increase 11%, from 54% to 65%, as measured by Avg Regents Completion.


Family & Community Empowerment

1. By June, 2021, Family & Community Empowerment for All Students will Increase 10%, from 75% to 85%, as measured by 2018-19 School Survey (School Quality Snapshot) focused on Strong Family-Community Ties to which families said that school staff regularly communicate with them about how families can help their child learn.

2. By June, 2021, Family & Community Empowerment for All Students will Increase 10%, from 79% to 89%, as measured by 2018-19 School Survey (School Quality Snapshot) focused on Strong Family-Community Ties to which families said that they have communicated with their child's teacher about their child's performance.

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