Accountability - Data Points

Teaching, Learning & Accountability

School divisions are held accountable to meet various state and federal benchmarks so as to improve their schools and their students' achievement.  Some of these benchmarks are measured by annual student assessment results while other are measured by other indicators such as graduation and dropout rates.  Similarly, school divisions use additional key performance indicators (data) by which to measure other focus areas for improvement.  The different data points are used to inform decision making across the division and in the schools.


District Summary Report 2016 is the detailed student achievement report for CCPS that presents the various data points to include the results and trends for:  accreditation, SOL assessments, comparisons to state and other like divisions, achievement gaps, graduation and dropout, enrollment, and college readiness assessments (PSAT, SAT, ACT)

School Quality Profiles  Virginia’s new School Quality Profiles provide information about student achievement, college and career readiness, program completion, school safety, teacher quality and other topics of interest to parents and the general public. Report cards are available for schools, school divisions and for the commonwealth.

Accreditation Ratings for schools throughout Virginia from the Department of Education.

Graduation and Dropout Rates for the commonwealth, school divisions and high schools throughout Virginia from the Department of Education.

Charles City County Public Schools

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