The Georgia Department of Education released 2017 CCRPI results today (11/2). The district’s overall score increased 3.1 points from 65.2 to 68.3. The overall score for the state of Georgia increased from 73.6 to 75.
The view below is created using the state’s results file and includes all Georgia public schools and districts. It is currently filtered to compare APS’ 2016 and 2017 results by grade band and CCRPI component, highlighting that in each grade band APS saw an increase in both Achievement and Progress points.
Use the filters to compare results across Georgia districts or schools. When looking at district results, set the school filter to “All Schools”.
The blue info button has more information about CCRPI, or visit the GADOE CCRPI page for additional information and to view detailed score reports. See more APS results, including Progress Point trends on our data report, or read the superintendent’s blog.
The example below shows how the data visual can be used to view a school’s trend over time. The CCRPI score at Thomasville Heights increased 19.5 points to 59.8. We can also see that the majority of the improvement came from progress points, which measures whether students are growing as fast as their peers in Georgia academically. Also note that the state’s CCRPI calculation changed in 2015 so progress became a larger component.
The next example shows how the data visual can be used to make cross-district comparisons. District-level elementary school CCRPI scores are displayed for six large metro Atlanta districts. Cobb County elementary schools had the highest progress points, followed by Gwinnett and Clayton.
Each school receives an overall Single Score. Each grade band within a school receives a CCRPI Score. These scores are made up of four components: Achievement (50), Progress (40), Achievement Gap (10) and a max of 10 Challenge Points. Challenge points include ED/EL/SWD Performance and Exceeding the Bar. Scores prior to 2015 should not be directly compared to scores from 2015 and later due to changes in calculations.