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Sixth Grade's State A-F Report Card

About A-F Report Cards 
(Source: Oklahoma State Department of Education-http://www.ok.gov/sde/af-grades)

In 2011, the Oklahoma Legislature adopted an A-F School Grading System to provide incentives to schools for challenging all students to reach high levels of college and career readiness. The A-F report cards make school performance clear in a transparent manner easily communicated to the public.

The report cards also give schools a tool to encourage more parental and community involvement. It’s just common sense that schools with higher levels of parent and community involvement have a better chance of succeeding. When parents and community members have a clear understanding of school performance, they can also help in tangible ways.

Schools will still be accountable for helping their children meet grade-level performance standards, but the grading system also adds the dimension of allowing a school to show academic growth. A school’s grade also includes factors such as graduation and dropout rates, and attendance rates for elementary schools. 

Perhaps most importantly, the A-F grading system replaces past systems that were too complicated for most parents to understand. With this important reform, we’re empowering everyone — whether school administrators, parents, classroom teachers or citizens — to make informed choices and to identify ways to strengthen and improve all of our schools for the benefit of each student in Oklahoma.

Link: 2014 A-F School Report Card - Clyde Boyd Middle School (Grades 6-8)

For more information, look at the Oklahoma Department of Education's resources:

>A-F FAQ Flyer 
Introduction to Oklahoma's A-F Grading System
>Oklahoma Department of Education website: www.ok.gov/sde


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