Target 2021 Student Data: Fall 2015



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Target 2021 Student Data: Fall 2015

The data contained herein provides an overview of the students being served by the Target 2021 initiative. All data from fall 2015 unless otherwise noted. Data include performance in reading and mathematics, the percentage of students in various support programs, demographic information, and course failure data. These data are provided to better understand and to better serve the students of Target 2021.




Reading Proficiency

Atlanta Public Schools administers the Performance Series computer adaptive assessment in grades 1 through 11. The assessment provides a common measure of reading ability known as a Lexile score. Lexile scores allow educators to gauge whether our students are considered on grade level. Table 1. Illustrates the percentage of students in Target 2021 who were administered the adaptive assessment in 2015.1


Table 1: Percentage of Target 2021 Students with a fall 2015 CAAS score

Grade

Percentage with CAAS Scores

7

82%

8

77%

9

82%

10

82%

11

80%

12

8%

Table 2 provides the percent of Target 2021 students with Lexile scores who are considered on grade level and the percent of students who are behind 1, 2, 3, and 4 or more grade levels in reading.


Table 2: Lexile Distribution by Grade Level Status for Target 2021 Students

Reading Level Relative to Current Grade

Percent of Students

On Grade Level

50%

-1 Grade Level

7%

-2 Grade Levels

7%

-3 Grade Levels

9%

-4 or more

26%

Table 3 provides this same information by school for the schools where Target 2021 students are currently enrolled.



Table 3: Lexile Distribution by School and On Track Status for Target 2021 Students

School

On Track

-1 Grade Level

-2 Grade Levels

-3 Grade Levels

-4 or more

Grand Total

Alonzo Crim Open Campus

4

1




3

6

14

Benjamin E. Mays High School

164

17

19

21

64

285

BEST Academy

42

8

8

7

29

94

Carver Early College

61

4

3







68

Carver Health Sciences

18

4

4

5

30

61

Carver School of Arts

38

7

2

9

30

86

Carver School of Technology

21

7

2

4

24

58

Coretta Scott King

46

5

2

5

18

76

Crawford Long Middle School

22

6

9

4

16

57

D. M. Therrell High School

85

7

9

10

32

143

Forrest Hill Academy

6

3




5

7

21

Frederick Douglass High School

47

9

9

13

32

110

Harper-Archer Middle School
















8

Henry W. Grady High School

18

3

2

2

11

36

J.E. Brown Middle School

19

4

5

5

13

46

Martin L. King Jr. Middle School

34

6

7

8

10

65

Maynard Jackson High School

73

12

10

12

26

133

North Atlanta High School

26

1

5

2

5

39

Price Middle School

14

3

2

4

9

32

Ralph Bunche Middle School

21

5

6

6

14

52

Samuel Inman Middle School

5

1

1

1

2

10

South Atlanta CAD

21

1

2

3

14

41

South Atlanta HMS

24

1

3

3

15

46

South Atlanta LSJ

23

5

3

4

13

48

Sylvan Middle School

18

5

6

4

19

52

Washington High School

77

5

14

15

49

160

West End Academy PLC
















1

Willis A. Sutton Middle School

7







5

3

15

Young Middle School

40

7

10

15

17

89

Grand Total

976

139

145

177

509

1946


Percentage Receiving Support

Table 4 details the number of students receiving various supports in addition to the Target 2021 program.

Table 4: Number of Target 2021 Students Receiving Support (not including Target 2021-specific services)

Total Students

Remedial Course

Support Course

Virtual Course

FLP

At least one support

Percent Support

3135

869

517

238

72

1221

39%

Table 5: Percentage of Target 2021 students enrolled in at least one of the following: remedial course, support course, virtual course, or FLP.



School

Students

Percent Receiving Support

Alonzo Crim Open Campus

27

100%

Benjamin E. Mays High School

466

24%

BEST Middle / High School Academy

116

27%

Booker T. Washington High School

225

50%

Charles R. Drew Charter JR & SR Academy

30

40%

Coretta Scott King Women's Academy

92

53%

Crawford Long Middle School

67

25%

D. M. Therrell High School

156

69%

Forrest Hill Academy

63

56%

Frederick Douglass High School

242

47%

G. W. Carver High School Early College

90

8%

G. W. Carver School of Arts

134

53%

G. W. Carver School of Health Sciences

87

17%

G. W. Carver School of Technology

76

4%

Harper-Archer Middle School

78

60%

Henry W. Grady High School

55

53%

J.E. Brown Middle School

50

54%

Jean Childs Young Middle School

94

12%

KIPP Atlanta Collegiate Charter School

144

1%

KIPP STRIVE Charter School

19

95%

KIPP Vision Charter School

21

0%

KIPP WAYS Academy Charter School

20

10%

Latin Academy Charter School

22

36%

Luther Judson Price Middle School

35

26%

Martin L. King Jr. Middle School

66

52%

Maynard Jackson High School

230

37%

North Atlanta High School

56

43%

Ralph Bunche Middle School

61

16%

Samuel Inman Middle School

10

80%

South Atlanta Computer Animation Design

61

75%

South Atlanta Health & Medical Sciences

61

66%

South Atlanta Law and Social Justice

59

83%

Sylvan Middle School

64

61%

Wesley International Academy

10

40%

West End Academy PLC

16

19%

Willis A. Sutton Middle School

14

86%


Demographics

Students affected by CRCT cheating were almost entirely African American. About 10% were students with disabilities. Due to concerns about identifying individual students, school-level demographics are not publicly available. The table below reports the demographic breakdown of Target 2021 students from spring 2015.


Table 6: Demographics of Target 2021 Students

Erasure Counts

Black

Other Race/Ethnicity

Special Ed

504

5-9

97%

3%

9%

1%

10+

98%

2%

11%

1%

In fall of 2015, there were a total of 14 Target 2021 students categorized as English Language Learners.


Course Failure Data

Table 7 provides the percent of Target 2021 students who failed at least one course during the 2014-15 school year. The data are displayed for courses within two content areas: 1)English/language arts (ELA) and 2) Mathematics.


Table 7: Percentage of Target 2021 students who failed at least one course during SY2014-2015

 

ELA

Math

Middle

26%

31%

High

29%

32%




1 Reasons for not being assessed may include absences or mobility.

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