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Leon fleisher reflects: a peabody founder’s day interview
A concerning indication is that, as compared to comparable students in the state, students at this school are making less academic progress. Parental advice Giving all students a voice and a choice is one of the most critical ways that the best schools help them learn.
It’s worth taking a closer look at: This school’s test results are around the same as the state average, but they are far behind the state’s top-performing colleges. Many students at this school may not be performing at grade level due to low test scores in some states. Parental advice Inquire about the school’s attempts to support students who are falling behind. Understand what on-track learning means, and inquire about what the school is doing to help students make faster progress.
Based on college readiness, academic success, and test score data given by the state’s Department of Education, we publish a ranking that represents how well this school serves disadvantaged students in comparison to other schools in the state. We are unable to determine an Equity Rating for this school because the state does not provide adequate details. Will having this kind of knowledge for the school be beneficial to you? Yes or no
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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 known that the standard of education offered by public schools differs dramatically 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.
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Patricia graduated from Salem State University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and education. She has 16 years of experience working with girls. She is in her eleventh year at FKO. She volunteers after school to help families in need and to make a difference in the lives of children. Patricia’s favorite part of her work is seeing children succeed and create lasting memories.
Governor Baker closed all early childhood and afterschool services a year ago today, leaving several questions unanswered. As the weeks progressed, it became obvious that our lives were changing. FKO’s courageous workforce suited up in their PPE and opened program doors with children and families at the forefront of our minds […]
FKO’s afterschool and school holiday programs had a busy winter, with staff and children participating in a variety of enrichment events! Kids participated in STEM challenges, shared their imagination through artwork and performances, and kept their bodies focused with mindfulness activities and fresh air thanks to a mix of funding from our collaborators and supporters.
Superintendent’s corner: tour of west parish elementary
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