2018-2019 School Accountability Results

At their September meeting, the State Board of Education released information about the performance of NC students on 
State and Federal assessments. The links below highlight important sections of this reporting.

Polk County Schools is ranked as the 2nd highest performing school district in NC based on EOG and EOC test results.


Regional Comparison for 2018-2019

School Performance Grades
  • All NC public schools and charter schools will receive a letter grade under the General Assembly’s A-F School Performance Grade system.  The grades are a weighted average of the percentage of students passing End of Year assessments (80%) and the percentage of students meeting the academic growth standard (20%).  




Subgroup Performance Grades
  • The 2017-18 school year is the 1st year for which public schools and charter schools will receive a letter grade identifying the academic performance of the subgroups at each school.  To receive a subgroup grade, the school must have at least 30 ELA/Reading, Math and/or Science scores.

Subgroup Performance Grade - Regional Summary


Read to Achieve - Grade 3 Reading Proficiency
  • The NC General Assembly passed the Read to Achieve Law in 2013.  The Law requires all 3rd grade students to demonstrate reading proficiency before being promoted to the 4th grade.  Each year school systems must report the number/percentage of students who met the requirements to be promoted to 4th grade.  The results are reported by school.  If the school had a very small number of students, the report uses * to protect student privacy.



State Test Results - All NC Schools
  • The reports linked above were created from data produced by the NC Department of Public Instruction.  To review the full data set, download the files linked on the site below.


North Carolina School Report Cards
  • State Report Cards are provided for all North Carolina public, charter, and alternative schools.  District information is also included in the Report Cards.  Click the link below for more information.  Because the State Report Cards aggregate many indicators, NCDPI normally takes about 6 months to release the report card for the previous year.


State Testing - Background Information
  • The NC Department of Public Instruction produces the document linked below to help the public interpret the various state and federal testing reports.
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