Balanced Scorecard

Taylor County Schools Balanced Scorecard
Taylor County

The Balanced Scorecard evaluates schools on the following indicators:

  • Performance in English language arts and math – this indicator considers test scores from the annual statewide assessment in grades 3-8 and 11.
  • Academic progress – this indicator measures student test score progress from year to year on annual statewide assessments in elementary and middle school.
  • Four- and five-year cohort graduation rates – this indicator considers the percentage of students who graduate in four and five years at the high school level.
  • English language learner progress – this indicator measures how well students who are learning English as a second language are progressing in their mastery of the English language in the four domains of speaking, reading, writing and listening.
  • Student success – this indicator considers the percentage of elementary and middle school students with greater than 90% attendance and students with no out-of-school suspensions. At the high school level, this indicator considers students with greater than 90% attendance; number of credits earned by 10th graders; and, completion of CTE programs, Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate credits, and dual credit college courses among 12th graders.

 Within each indicator, schools earn one of four performance levels: Exceeds Standard, Meets Standard, Partially Meets Standard or Does Not Meet Standard.

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