OSSINING, N.Y. – How well does your Ossining school rate compared with schools across New York state?
The New York Campaign for Achievement released its 2013 school and district report cards this week, highlighting student performance, graduation rates and achievement gaps at all 4,700 public schools in New York.
"At NYCAN we are committed to achieving excellence in all of the schools in our state," Executive Director Julie Marlette said. "We are excited about our report card system -- it's transparent, easy-to-use and gives real insight into how each school is performing."
NYCAN used data from the 2010-11 state assessments. You can search for a school district or building's report card on NYCAN's website.
Ossining High School earned an “B-” grade for student performance and a “C-” grade for graduation rates. NYCAN grades show the district had 74.5 percent of students at proficient level or above in reading and math compared with the statewide average of 79 percent. The district also had an 78 percent graduation rate compared with the statewide average of 77 percent.
The Anne M Dorner Middle School received a "C-" student performance grade, a “D+” grade in subgroup performance and a “D” grade in achievement gap. The 53 percent of students who are at proficient level or above were just below the statewide average of 53.5 percent.
Roosevelt Elementary received an "C" in student performance, an "C+" in subgroup performance and a "D" in achievement gap. The 61 percent of students who are at proficient level or above beat the statewide average of 59.5.
Claremont School and Brookside School were not graded.
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