Case Studies of Elementary Schools with Higher-Performing Critical Needs Subgroups
Case studies are produced as part of a larger study of elementary schools whose critical needs subgroups perform better than the same subgroups in similar schools. This study was conducted during the 2010-11 school year based on data for the years 2007, 2008, and 2009. Research teams investigated ten consistently higher-performing and five consistently average-performing schools based on student performance on New York State Assessments of English Language Arts and Mathematics in grades 3 through 4, 5, or 6 depending on the school’s grade configuration.
Research teams used site-based interviews of teachers and administrators, as well as analysis of supportive documentation, to determine differences in practices between higher- and average-performing schools in the sample.
- Malverne UFSD, Davison Avenue ES
- Mount Vernon City SD, Lincoln ES
- New Rochelle City SD, Columbus ES
- Pine Bush Central SD, Pakanasink ES
- Port Chester-Rye UFSD, John F. Kennedy ES
- Rochester City SD, Dr. Charles T. Lunsford School 19
- Roosevelt UFSD, Centennial Avenue ES
- Utica City SD, Martin Luther King Jr. ES
- Valley Central SD, Maybrook ES
- Valley Stream 30 UFSD, Forest Road ES