Two additional schools managed by CSUSA also achieved significant gains.
“We are incredibly proud of all our students who have committed to succeeding,” said Sherry Hage, Chief Academic Officer of CSUSA, “We all know we still have a long way to go and we will not stop until we reach 100 percent proficiency, but today’s results show that we are on the right path.”
In addition to the tremendous gains at Manual, Emma and Howe collectively increased the percentage of students making high growth in math by an average of 17 percent school-wide, and both schools significantly decreased the percent of students making low growth in math by more than 10 percent.
“This performance data provides valuable, timely information as the SBOE turnaround committee considers the long-term future of these schools,” added Hage. “CSUSA is proving that under the right leadership, these students, these schools, these communities can and will continue to improve to top-level performers over time.”
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