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School improvement plans

District and school improvement plans

In response to state and federal requirements, the City School District of Albany has developed improvement plans for several individual elementary and middle schools and the district as a whole.

 

The plans were designed using feedback from parents, staff, schools and community members, and were approved by the Albany Board of Education on July 13, 2017. The district plan is called a 'comprehensive improvement plan" and individual school plans are called "comprehensive education plans."

 

A listing of those plans follows. Click on the highlighted text to review each:

The New York State Education Department has deemed Edmund J. O'Neal Middle School of Excellence, Montessori Magnet School and North Albany Academy as schools in good standing. Therefore, the state does not require them to have board-approved comprehensive education plans.

             

Albany High School and Schuyler Achievement Academy have been designated by New York State as “priority” schools, meaning they are the farthest away from reaching their academic performace targets in English language arts and math. Each of the priority schools is the recipient of a School Improvement Grant that serves as its improvement plan.

 

 

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