2017-18 Strive Academic Assessment

Academic development is measured with an assessment correlated to specific California standards, and administered quarterly.
The following data reflect the progress our students made between September 2017 and May 2018.

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2018 Post Test Data (picture).jpg
 
  • 18% Increase in students scoring between 90%-100% [A]
  • 32% Increase in students scoring between 80%-89% [B]
  • 14% Increase in students scoring between 70%-79% [C]
  • 4% Decrease in students scoring between 60%-69% [D]
  • 69% Decrease in students scoring between 50%-59% [F]
 

TIER 2: High Needs Student Data

The following data illustrates progress made by 14 students identified as "high needs" learners between September (pre-test) and May (post-test) of the 2017-18 school-year.
Figure 1 represents progress made by individual students, each bar representing a single student.
Figure 2 represents average growth made by students per grade level.

 Fig. 1

Fig. 1

 Fig. 2

Fig. 2

"High needs students" are students who have a known speech and language impairment, are two or more grade-levels behind, or that have an IEP in place to reach specific goals. Although these students do not meet the broader program goal of reaching grade-level proficiency, we celebrate their progress as steps towards their individual goals made through consistent participation in classroom lessons and activities held in a group/classroom learning environment. Additionally, students receive lesson modifications and individualized instruction in the form of small group workshops and/or one on one lessons. All students improved by a minimum of a 12%  increase in assessment scores in Mathematics and English Language Arts combined by May of 2018. Strive is an inclusive, safe learning environment with the aim to foster a home for personal and academic success for all.