WA State Achievement Index
The Achievement Index is a snapshot of our schools performance based on statewide assessments that shows how a school performs in reading, writing, math, science, and graduation rates. The achievement index is a joint project between the State Board of Education and the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction.
The index . . .
- Provides a fair and consistent measurement of Washington’s public schools.
- Presents a clear picture of how our schools and districts are performing in five key outcomes, how they are improving over time, how they compare to schools of similar demographics, and whether they are closing achievement gaps.
- Tells us more - in an easier-to-understand way - than the federal No Child Left Behind Act’s requirements for Adequate Yearly Progress.
good to know:
Click on the OSPI link below to view your child's school achievement index.