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Demographics do not determine destiny. Too often, however, individual learners face equity gaps that largely mirror the underrepresentation of people of color, socioeconomically disadvantaged students, and other groups in educational success. Understanding the demographic makeup of our schools is the first step in identifying – and then addressing – inequities.
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Performance Snapshot

Standardized test scores are one of the most readily available data points to begin to assess student outcomes. While this is only one measure of student proficiency, it is an important signal of whether further work is needed to close equity gaps. How do students at this school perform on English and math standardized tests? Does this vary by different groups of learners?

Multi-grade Summary

ERP's work highlights the importance of preparing and supporting learners across key momentum points, for example, from middle school to high school and high school to post-secondary. How are students prepared across grade levels in your school or district? How does this compare to county and state levels?

Meeting Expectations

Comparisons across schools must be done carefully, as some disticts disproportionately serve students with substantial challenges - for example, a large number of English language learners or students who are living in poverty. ERP's work emphasizes identifying schools that are demographically similar and finding "bright spots" that achieve exemplary outcomes with substantially similar student groups. How does your school compare to other demographically similar schools? Does this school beat or lag expectations for different subgroups of learners?

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