Here's how CMS and charter schools serving Mecklenburg students fared on new teacher effectiveness ratings based on results of 2013 state exams.
Statewide, 56 percent of teachers met the goal and 23.3 percent exceeded it. Yellow dots indicate schools within 10 percentage points of the state total of 79.3 percent meeting or exceeding the target. Red dots indicate those more than 10 percentage points below, and green dots show schools more than 10 percentage points above.
Teachers rated include fourth- and fifth-grade classroom teachers; middle school language arts, math, science and social studies teachers; teachers of 15 high school courses that had state final or end-of-course exams; and teachers of more than 25 career-technical courses with state exams. For small schools and most elementary schools, percentages are based on small numbers of teachers. Schools that had fewer than five teachers rated had no reported results.
Source: N.C. Department of Public Instruction
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