How does CPS measure school quality?

    Do you know how schools are rated in terms of quality? Here’s what you need to know.

     

    A quality school is one wherein students are learning and will be ready for college or careers. CPS measures school quality with a tool called the School Quality Rating Policy (SQRP). This measures many different factors including: attendance, student academic growth, and student performance in terms of grades.

     

    “CPS measures school quality with a tool called the School Quality Rating Policy (SQRP).”


    Every year, all schools receive a level rating that determines their accountability status. There are five level ratings:

     

    – Level 3: Far below average performance

    – Level 2: Below average performance

    – Level 2+: Average performance

    – Level 1: Above average performance

    – Level 1+: Far above average performance


    To learn more, go to
    www.cps.edu/sqrp. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me. I’d be glad to help.

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