In collaboration with Educational Results Partnership (ERP), the Institute for Productivity in Education presents the 2015 Honor Roll. Honor Roll recognizes public K-8 and high schools for demonstrating consistently higher levels of student academic achievement, improvement over time, and reduction in achievement gaps among ethnic minority and socioeconomically disadvantaged students. For high schools, Honor Roll recognition also includes college readiness in students. The Honor Roll also recognizes higher-performing, higher-poverty school districts and charter management organizations. Additionally, Honor Roll schools with higher performance in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) are recognized with a special STEM designation. To identify Honor Roll schools, ERP uses the largest longitudinally-linked system of data in the country.
Click on one of the categories below to see the list of this year’s Honor Roll schools.
STAR SCHOOLS High poverty, high performing, achievement gap closing schools
SCHOLAR SCHOOLS High performing schools without significant levels of low-income students
STEM SCHOOLS Honor Roll schools with higher poverty and higher performance in math and science