State Educational Report: Fulton Schools Achieve New Highs

December 15, 2023
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📊 The Gist: Fulton County Schools have bested state averages in Georgia’s latest educational performance review, setting new highs in graduation rates and elementary school learning.

🔍 The Details: Recent results show that Fulton County’s schools are doing better than most in Georgia. They’ve got top marks in areas like reading, math, and science for younger students, and their high school graduation rate is at an all-time high.

📈 By The Numbers:

  • Elementary schools aced the ‘Closing Gaps’ score with a perfect 100.
  • High schools celebrated a graduation rate of over 90%.
  • Middle schools showed strong growth and readiness, scoring in the mid-80s.

📘 In Context: The report, called the CCRPI, checks how well schools are doing in teaching students and getting them ready for college or a career. It looks at different areas like test scores, improvement in learning, and whether high schoolers are graduating on time.

🔎 Why It Matters: These scores are a big deal because they help us understand how well our schools are preparing kids for their futures. They’re a key way to see where schools are doing well and where they need to do better.

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