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Outcomes Data Dashboard

Grade 3 Literacy
By fall 2020, increase the percentage of students meeting or exceeding expectations on grade 3 ELA MCAS to 62% overall. View Data >>

MathGrade 8 Math
By fall 2020, increase the percentage of students meeting or exceeding expectations to 52% overall and have high growth for certain student subgroups. View Data >>

AP and Honors Enrollment
By fall 2020, increase the percentage of grade 10 - 12 students enrolled in at least one AP and/or honors course to 66%, increase the number of students taking AP exams to 513 students, and increase the percentage of students receiving a score of 3 or higher on AP exams to 87%. View Data >>

Percentage of Teachers of Color
By fall 2020, increase the percentage of teachers of color by seven percentage points to 30%. View Data >>

School Climate Survey
By fall 2020, improve students, staff, and family perceptions on engagement, instruction, and community support. View Data >>

Students' Meaningful Connections with Adults
By fall 2020, increase students’ meaningful connections with adults by six percentage points as measured by the Teen and Middle School Health Surveys, which asks whether students have at least one adult they can talk to at school if they have a problem. View Data >>

Chronic Absenteeism
By fall 2020, decrease chronic absenteeism by 3.2 percentage points to 14.0%. View Data >>

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CPS Definition of Equity

Equity means that each student, regardless of race, ethnicity, nationality, gender, gender identity, disability, sexual orientation, religion, or socioeconomic status will have access to the opportunities, resources, and support they need to attain their full potential.

Racial equity means the absence of institutional and structural barriers experienced by people based on race or color, that impede access, opportunities, and results.

CPS understands that communities of color have experienced centuries of systemic oppression, and may need more as a result of these forces. Achieving racial equity requires proactive and continuous work to dismantle systemic oppression and white privilege in our schools. CPS is committed to altering systemic power dynamics and structures in order to hear and elevate underrepresented voices and to recognize and eliminate bias.