impact

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Tracking student progress is key to building lifetime achievers. In partnership with Norwalk Public Schools, Carver measures progress across reading, math, science, critical thinking and creative expression. Since not all progress can be measured by tests and grades, Carver also utilizes student and teacher surveys, parent meetings, and other forms of feedback to follow the overall improvement of students.

So what does all of this data tell us? Students improve with Carver!

After school results

  • In 2017-18, Carver’s after school students grew faster than expected in each grade.
    (Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) Measures of Academic Progress (MAP), a test that compares students to the nation)

  • Carver students grew faster in Math than Reading.

  • 5th graders showed the strongest growth overall.
    (73rd percentile in Math, 67th percentile in Reading)

  • Carver students in 3rd, 5th, and 10th grade grew faster in Math than NPS district-wide results for the same grades.
    (MAP Results)

  • Carver students in 5th and 9th grade grew faster in Reading than NPS district-wide results for the same grades.
    (MAP Results)

summer 2017 results

  • In our 4 summer 2017 transition programs (West Rocks, Roton, Brien McMahon, Norwalk High) in nearly every case students that were lower achievement in Spring 2017 grew faster including the summer impact than they did in the academic year alone.

  • Low-income students tended to grow faster than students of higher income, supporting our dedication to closing opportunity gaps.