District 27 Community Superintendent Michele Lloyd-Bey unveiled the DOE's latest effort to evaluate schools to those in attendance at P.S. 51 in Richmond Hill by presenting progress reports as one of five different accountability tools designed to measure each school's contribution to student academic progress. Michele Lloyd-Bey, District 27 community superintendent (seated at far right), covers the various aspects of progress reports that measure student progress in schools on an annual basis.Seated alongside Lloyd-Bey (from right to left) are the following CEC 27 Council members: John Patrick Larkin, Second Vice President Cynthia Dell'Italia, and Secretary Margaret Kearns-Stanley.
"[Schools] need to be aware of of state accountability and state data,you're either a school on good standing or [one] in need of restructuring," said Lloyd-Bey
explained that middle school, high school and inferior grade spans all have distinct ranges, grades and cut scores.
Cut scores, she
continued, have been formed on a bell curve.
My info is repetitive, so we can build on it," added Lloyd-Bey