Awards, Reports and Legal Documents
Reports, Awards and Legal Documents
None at this time.
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- Top 10 School Districts
- Top Schools by Cohort Size
- Top School Districts with Highest Graduation Rates (by cohort size)
- 100% Graduation Rate Schools
- Schools with Graduation Rates about 95% (not included in other Graduation Achievement Awards)
- District-Wide Cooperative Innovative High School
The zipped folders linked below contain promotional seals for schools and districts who have received the North Carolina Exceeded Academic Growth Award and the North Carolina Academic Growth Award.
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Information related to Student Health and Well-Being, including deliverables from the Superintendent’s Working Group on Student Health and Well-Being.
The Working Group on Student Health and Well-Being submitted a report to the General Assembly in October, 2018, which included a number of recommendations.
From the recommendations in the October report, the General Assembly passed Session Law 2018-32. PART V, Section 5.(a) of Session Law 2018-32 called for a few deliverables, which are found in the report:
- Content standards for a mental-health training program that includes all of the following topics:
- Youth mental health
- Suicide prevention
- Substance abuse
- Sexual abuse prevention
- Sex trafficking prevention
- A model mental-health training program
- A suicide risk referral protocol
In his first year in office, Superintendent Mark Johnson established the NC Educators’ Perspective Surveys, a way for the superintendent and other policy-makers in Raleigh to hear from educators across the state about issues that affect students and educators.
Later, Johnson expanded the effort to include Parent Perspective Surveys.
The documents below present the results of the surveys.
Educators’ Perspective Surveys
- August 2017 Survey (School Calendar Flexibility)
- September 2017 Survey (Communications Preferences)
- November 2017 Survey (Digital Educator Resources)
- February 2018 Survey (Preparing Students for Post-Secondary Success)
- March 2018 Survey (Teachers and Guns)
- May 2018 (Standardized Testing)