Algernon D’Ammassa Las Cruces Sun-News Published 6:39 PM EST Nov 19, 2018 LAS CRUCES – Weeks ahead of Gov. Susana Martinez’s departure from office, the New Mexico Public Education Department has launched an online portal allowing parents and families to view their schools’ state report cards. The website, www.NMSchoolGrades.com, presents reports for each school detailing overall grades and grades in subcategories based on standardized test scores, attendance and parent surveys. The reports also present information on student demographics, and previous performance with comparisons to nearby schools. The website is available is English and Spanish. Each school’s entry includes an optional animated video summary, with hot air balloons illustrating gains or losses in the A-F grade hierarchy. In a statement, the PED described the site as part of “a suite of tools and programs for families” including the New Mexico Parent Guide, the “family cabinet,” the NMEngaged program for promoting family-school relationships, and individual student PARCC test reports. The grades, announced in August, showed 40 percent of Las Cruces schools at a D or F, slightly below the state average. Five LCPD schools earned an A grade, compared to four last year. Are A-F school grades going away? “School grades matter,” New Mexico Education… Read full this story
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