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Achievement First East New York School: Data

Visualization is a great way of putting numbers into context. On this page, you will find a broad array of statistics about Achievement First East New York School, with each variable plotted on a chart showing how the school compares to others in the city.
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Performance

6 / 9
Average

1
9
K-8 School Performance Summary
Combined performance on state English and Mathematics exams. This is SchoolBook's summary score for performance for K-8 schools, calculated by combining scores on state English and Mathematics exams.

Standardized Test Scores

301 / 425
Average

256
356
3rd Grade English
Average score.

310 / 425
Average

249
364
3rd Grade Math
Average score.

309 / 425
Average

262
353
4th Grade English
Average score.

308 / 425
Average

260
368
4th Grade Math
Average score.

296 / 425
Average

263
357
5th Grade English
Average score.

300 / 425
Average

231
366
5th Grade Math
Average score.

306 / 425
Average

235
361
6th Grade English
Average score.

333 / 425
Above Average

253
372
6th Grade Math
Average score.

304 / 425
Average

246
364
7th Grade English
Average score.

318 / 425
Above Average

254
369
7th Grade Math
Average score.

309 / 425
Above Average

245
351
8th Grade English
Average score.

329 / 425
Above Average

244
363
8th Grade Math
Average score.

Department of Education Progress Reports

15.8 / 25
Average

3.4
25.0
Performance Score
K-8 Schools This is SchoolBook's translation of the city's ""Performance"" score on the progress reports. The Department of Education assigns an overall score to schools based on the annual survey combined with the attendance rate, weights the results heavily based on demographic peer comparisons, and converts the score to an A-F letter grade. SchoolBook strips away the peer comparison, and translates the data onto our 1 to 9 scale.

31.3 / 60
Average

6.0
48.9
Progress Score
K-8 Schools This is SchoolBook's translation of the city's ""Progress"" score on the progress reports. The Department of Education assigns an overall score to schools based on the annual survey combined with the attendance rate, weights the results heavily based on demographic peer comparisons, and converts the score to an A-F letter grade. SchoolBook strips away the peer comparison, and translates the data onto our 1 to 9 scale.

10.9 / 15
Above Average

1.5
14.0
Learning Environment Score
K-8 Schools This is SchoolBook's translation of the city's ""Learning Environment"" score on the progress reports. The Department of Education assigns an overall score to schools based on the annual survey combined with the attendance rate, weights the results heavily based on demographic peer comparisons, and converts the score to an A-F letter grade. SchoolBook strips away the peer comparison, and translates the data onto our 1 to 9 scale.

Satisfaction

4 / 9
Average

1
9
Satisfaction Level
Results of a city survey of parents, teachers and students. This is SchoolBook's summary score based on results of the city's annual survey of parents, teachers and students. The city awards points in four categories: Academic Expectations, Communications, Engagement, and Safety. We combined these into an overall score and translated the results onto a 1 to 9 scale.

Satisfaction with School Environment

8.0 / 10
Average

6.6
9.1
Academic Expectations
Response to city survey regarding the school's academic environment. This is one of four summary scores reported by the city as part of its annual survey of parents, middle- and high-school students, and teachers. According to the city's report, the survey questions in this category addressed whether "the school develops rigorous and meaningful academic goals that encourage students to do their best."

7.5 / 10
Average

5.7
9.1
Safety
City survey responses regarding the school's safety. This is one of four summary scores reported by the city as part of its annual survey of parents, middle- and high-school students, and teachers. According to the city's report, this category addressed whether parents, teachers and students feel ""the school creates a physically and emotionally secure environment in which everyone can focus on student learning.""

7.2 / 10
Average

6.2
8.8
Engagement
City survey responses regarding the engagement level of parents, teachers and students. This is one of four summary scores reported by the city as part of its annual survey of parents, middle- and high-school students, and teachers. According to the city's report, this category addressed whether people were ""engaged in an active and vibrant partnership to promote student learning."

7.0 / 10
Average

5.7
8.4
Communications
City survey responses regarding the school's communications. This is one of four summary scores reported by the city as part of its annual survey of parents, middle- and high-school students, and teachers. According to the city's report, this category addressed whether the ""school provides information about the school’s educational goals and offers appropriate feedback on each student’s learning outcomes."

Diversity

2
Below Average

1
9
Diversity Score
The likelihood that two students selected randomly would be of different races or ethnicities. A SchoolBook calculation, based on city enrollment data, that expresses the racial and ethnic mix of the student body on a 100-point scale. The formula determines the probability that two students selected at random will be of different backgrounds.

Diversity

< 1%

< 1%
100%
Asian
The percentage of students who are Asian.

90%

< 1%
100%
Black
The percentage of students who are black.

8%

< 1%
100%
Hispanic
The percentage of students who are Hispanic. Hispanic students as a percentage of the total enrollment. While some data sets treat Hispanic origin as a distinct category, allowing for dinstinct counts of Hispanic blacks, Hispanic whites, etc., in the DOE data, Hispanic is treated as a race, so each student is either Hispanic, Black, White or another race.

< 1%

< 1%
100%
Multiracial
The percentage of students who are multiracial. Data on multiracial students is only included in state sources, so is provided here only for Charter and Private Schools.

< 1%

< 1%
100%
Native American
The percentage of students who are Native American.

< 1%

< 1%
100%
White
The percentage of students who are white.

About the School

Staffing

102.2 / 250
Average

15.4
247.4
School Crowding
Overcrowding in schools, measured by the ratio of enrollment to capacity.

Students

98%
Average

< 1%
100%
Elementary/Middle School Attendance Rate
Annual daily student attendance rate.

1%

< 1%
100%
English Language Learners
The percentage of students for whom English is a second language.

8%

< 1%
100%
Special Education
The percentage of students with Individualized Education Plans. This is the percentage of special education students -- those with ""Individualized Education Plans,"" known as I.E.P.s. This figure is reported in the city's annual school progress reports and is a component of its peer index.

46%

< 1%
100%
Male
The percentage of students who are male.

53%

< 1%
100%
Female
The percentage of students who are female.