Report cards for Ga. schools and districts released

ATLANTA – We now have the latest information on how well Georgia students are performing academically.

The Georgia Department of Education released its latest College and Career Readiness Performance Index (CCRPI) Monday morning.

FULL REPORT BY COUNTY | 2013 Report Card by county
(Alphabetized by county and then city school districts)

FULL REPORT BY SCHOOL | 2013 Report Card by school
(Alphabetized by specific school name)

COMPARE | 2012 Georgia school report card
(Alphabetized by county and then city school districts)

Scroll to the bottom of this article to search by school name.

The CCRPI measures on a scale from 1-100 how schools are performing. It adds another 10 points to schools with students enrolled in high-level academic courses or with high performing students in certain areas, including special education, those learning English and in high poverty areas.

To make sure there is an "apples to apples" comparison of the scores, the state has revised last year's numbers to make them more in-line with this year's calculations.

The interactive map below shows Metro Atlanta school district scores. Green flags marks schools with a score 90+, yellow 80-90, red 70-80, and black below 70. Click on the flags for exact scores and school district.

The state first released the CCRPI in 2012 as a new statewide accountability system. The release of the scores in May 2013 was considered a "study year." The DOE received feedback from school district and this year revised the CCPRI.

Among other things, the updated calculations have increased the rigor for the index, according to the state. Prior to the changes, school district officials complained the scores relied too heavily on Criterion-Referenced Competency Test (CRCT) and high school end-of-course tests (EOCT).

FIND YOUR SCHOOL - Use the search box below to search for your school's score:

To read more about the method behind CCRPI, see the handout reporters received at Monday morning's press conference.

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