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College and Career Ready Performance Index

What is it?

The College and Career Ready Performance Index – CCRPI – is Georgia’s annual tool for measuring how well its schools, districts, and the state itself are preparing students for the next educational level. It provides a comprehensive roadmap to help educators, parents, and community members promote and improve college and career readiness for all students.

 

The CCRPI includes five main components each scored on a scale of 0 to 100: Achievement, Progress, Closing Gaps, Readiness,and Graduation Rate (high school only). These components, encompassing multiple indicators, are combined for a total CCRPI score on a scale of 0 to 100. The CCRPI also reports other information, such as the performance of student subgroups, school climate, and financial efficiency status. 

School Climate - Parents

One of our indicators for our success is school climate.  According to the GADOE website:


 

The National School Climate Center defines school climate as “the quality and character of school life” that is based on the “patterns of students’, parents’, and school personnel’s experiences of school life.”[1] School climate can be influenced by the norms, goals, values, interpersonal relationships, instructional practices, and organizational structures within a school. Research has found that schools with positive school climates tend to have better test scores and graduation rates; in contrast, schools with negative school climates as a result of unsafe or hostile environments tend to have lower academic performance.[2]

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We would love to have our parents help in evaluating our school climate.  Here is the link to the parent survey: Click here

School Climate - Students

A growing body of research indicates that schools with positive school climate ratings have better test scores and higher graduation rates.  School climate refers to the quality and character of school life.  The first step to improving school climate is to measure and analyze it with a school climate survey instrument. 

 

All Georgia public schools (grades 3-12) are required to participate in the GSHS 2.0.  At least 75% of students in each grade level must participate in the GSHS 2.0 to be eligible for the School Climate Star Rating.

 

All student survey data is anonymous and self-reported.  Survey results are available at the school, district and state levels.

 

If a parent wishes to OPT-OUT of this process for their child....please CLICK HERE for a form that must be printed and returned to the school.  Click here for the SPANISH version.