Based on the key performance indicators (KPIs) addressed in an August 2020 report, results show significant improvements in stakeholder confidence and perceptions aligned with the District’s strategic plan to include:
The percentage of stakeholders who agree the District is on track to improve student achievement was the highest it has been in seven years. The 5% increase resulted in an approval rating of 87% in 2020.
The percentage of stakeholders who agree schools are on track to improve student achievement also rose from 82% in 2019 to 92% in 2020, and 91% of parents believe their child’s school is on track.
Ninety-one percent (91%) of stakeholders agree that the Superintendent is on track to improve student achievement.
The percentage of stakeholders who believe SCS is of similar or higher quality than neighboring districts rose from 65% in 2019 to 73% in 2020.
The majority of SCS parents (80%) plan to re-enroll their child next year up from 75% in 2019.