Annual Education Report
Parents and Community Members:
We are pleased to present you with the Annual Education Report (AER) which provides key information on the 2018-19 educational progress for the district of Charlotte and our schools. The AER addresses the complex reporting information required by federal and some requirements of state laws. Our staff is available to help you understand this information. Please contact Matt Maitland, our Curriculum Director for help if you need assistance.
The DISTRICT AER is available for you to review electronically or you may review a copy in the main office at your child’s school. Each school will also be communicating their own AER to parents directly.
These reports contain the following information:
Student Assessment Data
Includes the following four assessments: M-STEP (Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress), College Board PSAT, MI-Access (Alternate Assessment), and College Board SAT. This report section presents assessment information for English language arts and mathematics for grades 3 to 8 and 11, and MI-Access science for grades 4, 7, and 11, compared to state averages for all students as well as subgroups of students. The report helps users to understand achievement performance within grades and schools, and to make comparisons to district, state, and national achievement benchmarks.
Accountability – Detail Data and Status
The accountability portion of the AER includes assessment proficiency and participation rates, graduation or attendance rates, as well as accountability index values showing school performance on a 0-100 scale.
Teacher Qualification Data
Identifies the number and percentage of inexperienced teachers, principals, and other school leaders
Reports teachers who are teaching with emergency or provisional credentials
Includes teachers who are not teaching in the subject or field for which they are certified
NAEP Data (National Assessment of Educational Progress)
Provides state results of the national assessment in mathematics and reading every other year in grades 4 and 8
Civil Rights Data
Provides information on school quality, climate and safety
Review the table below listing our schools. For the 2018-19 school year, schools were identified using definitions and labels as required in the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). A Targeted Support and Improvement (TSI) school is one that has at least one underperforming student subgroup. An Additional Targeted Support (ATS) school is one that has a student subgroup performing at the same level as the lowest 5% of all schools in the state. A Comprehensive Support and Improvement (CSI) school is one whose performance is in the lowest 5% of all schools in the state or has a graduation rate at or below 67%. Some schools are not identified with any of these labels. In these cases, no status label is given.
|School Name||Status Label||Key Initiative to Accelerate Achievement|
|Galewood Early Elementary||No Label||MTSS|
|Parkview Elementary||No Label||MTSS|
|Washington Elementary||No Label||MTSS|
|Charlotte Upper Elementary||No Label||MTSS|
|Charlotte Middle School||No Label||MTSS|
|Charlotte High School||No Label||MTSS|
The students of Charlotte Public Schools are surrounded by a dedicated and highly knowledgeable staff that is aware of the needs of the students we serve. Staff members are continuously attending professional development to further their repertoire of teaching strategies to incorporate into their classrooms. CPS is a place where all students are supported to become responsible and respectful young adults.
Dr. Mandy Stewart
Superintendent, Charlotte Public Schools