Key Elementary School - School Profiles

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All Students. Free or Reduced Lunch. Limited English Proficiency. 2012-13 Equity Report. Key Elementary School. Pacific / Hawaiian. White non-Hispanic. 0.04.

Key Elementary School 2012-13 Equity Report 272DCPS SchoolExternal SCHOOL CHARACTERISTICS (SY 2013-14)

What are Equity Reports? The Deputy Mayor for Education, the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE), DC Public Schools (DCPS), the DC Public Charter School Board (PCSB) and NewSchools Venture Fund have partnered to create the city’s first Equity Reports. Equity Reports are a complement to OSSE’s School Report Cards, DCPS’ School Scorecards and PCSB’s Performance Management Framework.

The first step in ensuring equity is making the data transparent and comparable. This report is meant to make schools, parents and the larger community aware of metrics related to equity that exist across DC schools. Equity, when used in education, refers to all students receiving the same caliber of education regardless of the neighborhood they live in or their demographic characteristics, such as their race, ethnicity, special education status or other factors.

Grades

PK4-5th

Ward

3

Address

5001 Dana Pl. NW Washington, DC 20016 (202) 729-3280 www.dcps.dc.gov/DCPS/key

Contact

Type

1

DCPS School

STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS

Total Enrollment (#) 375 Students

Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity (%) Asian

5

5

Enrollment by Subgroup (%) Free or Reduced Lunch

Black non-Hispanic 10

10

Hispanic / Latino 11

11

Special Education

Multiracial 10

10

by level

9

Limited English Proficiency 10 7

Native American / Alaskan

Level 1 79

Pacific / Hawaiian

Level 2 17

White non-Hispanic 63

9

63

Level 3

4

10 7 79 17 4

Level 4

This Equity Report represents the joint effort of OSSE, DCPS, and PCSB to improve equity across all entities. Support provided by NewSchools Venture Fund.

Key Elementary School 2012-13 Equity Report

ATTENDANCE

In-Seat Attendance Rate (%)

This School City Average *

Unexcused Absences (%)

96 93

percent of students absent for…

1-5 days 25

6-10 days

How are attendance and absences calculated? In-seat attendance measures the average percent of students in the classroom on a given day. Education agencies in the District of Columbia calculate a number of different absence statistics. This in-seat attendance rate enables a close, but not perfect, comparison of daily attendance between DCPS and public charter schools.

23

4

11-15 days 16-25 days >25 days

62

48

7

1

5

0

0

This School < City Average *