we use dozens of other metrics, broadly in three areas: - are the students learning (assessment data, lexile and quantile growth, progress towards graduation requirements, etc.) - is the school model addressing the needs of students (do we have the right intervention or enrichment courses being taught given where the students are academically) - does the school have the right culture (are students happy and engaged, are parents, are teachers, is the school community thriving - some of these are based on surveys, and some on metrics) Hope this answers your question!by Marco
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