EAGLE Scholars Soar to New Heights
Results in education are measured in many ways: Are scholars excited about learning? Are they performing at grade level or more? If they are behind academically, are they growing in their efforts to reach grade level and their full potential?
EAGLE schools measure outcomes in several key ways, with a commitment to continuous improvement. In addition to academic achievement measures, we track retention, attendance, parent involvement and parent satisfaction on a regular basis in all of our schools.
Above and beyond the state-required tests we administer, EAGLE schools have joined more than 7,000 schools serving 8 million scholars in offering the NWEA MAP assessment for elementary and middle grade scholars.
The NWEA MAP assessments help teachers understand the amount of learning growth a child makes in a given academic year. For all students, and especially those who enter our schools behind in a given subject, we can use this assessment to measure their progress and make adjustments if necessary.
“Look how much you’ve grown this year!”
EAGLE scholars make tremendous strides in one school year. And when compared with the average growth of their peers nationally, EAGLE scholars really shine. The NWEA MAP data enables our teachers to celebrate growth with our scholars and their parents.
Below are the results from the NWEA MAP tests taken during the 2014-15 school year for EAGLE schools in two regions. This data provides a brief picture of the academic growth that happens in EAGLE schools during the course of one year.
Visit our EAGLE regional pages for specific outcomes in our various regions: