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Rumney marsh academy staff

Rumney marsh academy staff

Pinkerton academy returns to hybrid learning

The result? Accurate comparisons between colleges, school districts, and communities in the same (or different) areas, as well as between schools in different states.
It is well recognized that the standard of education offered by public schools differs significantly from one school district to the next, as well as from one city to the next. Furthermore, within any city or area, the standard of a child’s education can differ significantly from neighborhood to neighborhood.

Idlehurst elementary teachers send message to students

Revere Public Schools is located on the Atlantic Ocean, just north of Boston, Massachusetts. There are eleven schools in the district: six elementary, three middle, one secondary, and one alternative middle and high school. We serve nearly 6,000 students, with 62 percent receiving free or discounted lunch and 42 percent returning home to homes where English is not the primary language spoken. The district is proud of its achievements as an urban educator, with MCAS scores above the state average in many regions. In addition, the district has been named a 2003 Vanguard District by Mass Insight Education, a 2006 finalist by San Diego State University’s National Center for Urban School Transformation, a 2006 academic outperformer by Standards and Worse, and most recently, Revere High School was named a Compass School by the Massachusetts Department of Education, and one of our elementary schools. Please go to http://www.revereps.mec.edu/ for more information.

Spotlight on: collins middle school

For the 2017-18 academic year, Rumney Marsh Academy scored in the lower half of all Massachusetts schools on average test scores (math proficiency is in the bottom half, and reading proficiency is in the bottom half).
For the 2017-18 academic year, 37 percent of students attained math proficiency (which is lower than the Massachusetts state average of 52 percent). For the 2017-18 academic year, 47 percent of students achieved proficiency in reading/language arts (which is lower than the Massachusetts state average of 56 percent).
Overview of the School
Rumney Marsh Academy’s student population of 597 has risen by 6% in the last five years.
For the last five school years, the teacher population of 48 has remained relatively constant. Grades Available 6th and 8th grades Student Body: 597 students
Comparative Analysis of Schools
For the 2017-18 school year, Rumney Marsh Academy was ranked in the bottom half of all 1,666 schools in Massachusetts (based on combined math and reading proficiency testing data).
Rumney Marsh Academy has a diversity ranking of 0.61, which is higher than the state’s average of 0.59. For the last five years, the school’s diversity has remained relatively stable.

Moses brown – school is closed

Divide the total number of students by the total number of full-time equivalent teachers to get the student/teacher ratio. Please keep in mind that a lower student-to-teacher ratio does not always imply a smaller class size. Schools occasionally employ part-time teachers, and some teachers are hired for specialized teaching with limited class sizes. The student-to-teacher ratio is determined by these and other factors. Pre-Kindergarten may not be included of the student/teacher ratio in private schools.