By: Carlo Liquido and Jintao
The Strive HI Index will use multiple measures of achievement, growth, readiness and achievement gaps to understand schools’ performance and progress and differentiate schools based on their individuals needs for reward, support and intervention. The Index will consider the performance of all students as well as performance gaps between two new student subgroups: “High-Needs Students” and “Non-High Needs Students.”
Classification: Based on the Index score, schools are placed on one of 5 Steps — Recognition, Continuous Improvement, Focus, Priority and Superintendent’s Zone — as they strive for continuous improvement. The state’s highest-performing schools will receive recognition, financial awards and administrative flexibility to sustain their success. Low-performing schools will receive customized supports based on the lessons learned from Hawaii’s successful school turnarounds.
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