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Long Island Schools Report Card

The Long Island Schools report card is a detailed accountability report filed every year that gives accurate statistics of how well the school performed during any given school year. This report is made available to the public to see how students performed against other schools in the district. It provides useful information for concerned parents and officials to see how effective the schools are with education and may help in trouble shooting areas that may need improvements.

The Long Island Schools report card is broken down into three parts. The first part is a performance report on English, Math, Science and Art for student performance. Part two is Comprehensive information required by the No Child Left behind Act. No Child Left Behind is designed to change the culture of America's schools by closing the achievement gap, offering more flexibility, giving parents more options, and teaching students based on what works.

Under the act's accountability provisions, states must describe how they will close the achievement gap and make sure all students, including those who are disadvantaged, achieve academic proficiency. They must produce annual state and school district report cards that inform parents and communities about state and school progress. Schools that do not make progress must provide supplemental services, such as free tutoring or after-school assistance; take corrective actions; and, if still not making adequate yearly progress after five years, make dramatic changes to the way the school is run.

Part three is the School Accountability Report, which rates schools on its progress in advancements in English and Math. These assessments are constructed to guarantee that all students reach top learning standards.

Long Island School report card is available online for every school on Long Island. Please note that the reports are in the form of PDF files so you will need a PDF viewer installed to download these reports. The most popular may perhaps be the Adobe PDF Viewer and you may download it here for free. ADOBE

To find your Long Island School report cards simply navigate to the school report you wish to acquire start here.

 
 
   
 
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