BUFFALO CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT - School Report Card Data [2014 - 15]

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Overall Graduation Rate for Accountability

All accountability groups made AYP: NO

GROUP
MADE AYP
All Students

MADE AYP

YES

American Indian or Alaska Native

MADE AYP

YES

Black or African American

MADE AYP

YES

Hispanic or Latino

MADE AYP

YES

Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

MADE AYP

NO

White

MADE AYP

YES

Multiracial

MADE AYP

Students With Disabilities

MADE AYP

NO

Limited English Proficient

MADE AYP

NO

Economically Disadvantaged

MADE AYP

NO

― There were not enough students to make an AYP determination.

Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort for Accountability

GROUP
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion:
  • NO
  • YES
  • NO
  • NO
  • NO
  • YES
  • NO
  • NO
  • NO
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
  • 2,517
  • 33
  • 1,295
  • 411
  • 183
  • 568
  • 27
  • 555✝
  • 330‡
  • 1,493
Graduation Rate
  • 57%
  • 55%
  • 55%
  • 48%
  • 43%
  • 73%
  • 33%✝
  • 25%‡
  • 54%
State Standard
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
Progress Target
  • 58%
  • 42%
  • 58%
  • 49%
  • 49%
  • 71%
  • 38%
  • 30%
  • 58%
All Students
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: NO
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
2,517
Graduation Rate
57%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
58%
American Indian or Alaska Native
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: YES
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
33
Graduation Rate
55%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
42%
Black or African American
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: NO
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
1,295
Graduation Rate
55%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
58%
Hispanic or Latino
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: NO
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
411
Graduation Rate
48%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
49%
Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: NO
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
183
Graduation Rate
43%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
49%
White
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: YES
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
568
Graduation Rate
73%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
71%
Multiracial
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: ―
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
27
Graduation Rate
State Standard
Progress Target
Students With Disabilities
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: NO
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
555✝
Graduation Rate
33%✝
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
38%
Limited English Proficient
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: NO
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
330‡
Graduation Rate
25%‡
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
30%
Economically Disadvantaged
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: NO
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
1,493
Graduation Rate
54%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
58%

YES Graduation rate is equal to or greater than the State Standard or the group's Progress Target.
NO Graduation rate is less than the State Standard and the group's Progress Target.
― There were fewer than 30 students in the cohort.
✝ Includes former students with disabilities because the number of students with disabilities in the current year is equal to or greater than 30.
‡ Includes former english language learner students because the number of english language learner students in the current year is equal to or greater than 30.

Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort for Accountability

GROUP
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion:
  • YES
  • NO
  • YES
  • YES
  • NO
  • YES
  • NO
  • NO
  • NO
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
  • 2,623
  • 38
  • 1,380
  • 416
  • 178
  • 593
  • 18
  • 545✝
  • 307‡
  • 1,574
Graduation Rate
  • 61%
  • 45%
  • 61%
  • 50%
  • 52%
  • 73%
  • 39%✝
  • 33%‡
  • 60%
State Standard
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
  • 80%
Progress Target
  • 59%
  • 48%
  • 58%
  • 48%
  • 55%
  • 70%
  • 44%
  • 42%
  • 62%
All Students
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: YES
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
2,623
Graduation Rate
61%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
59%
American Indian or Alaska Native
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: NO
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
38
Graduation Rate
45%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
48%
Black or African American
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: YES
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
1,380
Graduation Rate
61%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
58%
Hispanic or Latino
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: YES
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
416
Graduation Rate
50%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
48%
Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: NO
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
178
Graduation Rate
52%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
55%
White
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: YES
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
593
Graduation Rate
73%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
70%
Multiracial
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: ―
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
18
Graduation Rate
State Standard
Progress Target
Students With Disabilities
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: NO
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
545✝
Graduation Rate
39%✝
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
44%
Limited English Proficient
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: NO
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
307‡
Graduation Rate
33%‡
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
42%
Economically Disadvantaged
Met Graduation-Rate Criterion: NO
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
1,574
Graduation Rate
60%
State Standard
80%
Progress Target
62%

YES Graduation rate is equal to or greater than the State Standard or the group's Progress Target.
NO Graduation rate is less than the State Standard and the group's Progress Target.
― There were fewer than 30 students in the cohort.
✝ Includes former students with disabilities because the number of students with disabilities in the current year is equal to or greater than 30.
‡ Includes former english language learner students because the number of english language learner students in the current year is equal to or greater than 30.

Graduation Rates for Non-AYP Groups for Accountability

GROUP
Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
  • 2,484
  • 1,222
  • 2,106
  • 2,334
  • 1,949
  • 2,490
  • 1,976
  • 2,222
  • 1,024
  • 1,311
  • 1,206
  • 0
  • 2,517
Graduation Rate
  • 57%
  • 59%
  • 59%
  • 58%
  • 52%
  • 57%
  • 64%
  • 62%
  • 60%
  • 53%
  • 61%
  • 57%
Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
2009 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
  • 2,585
  • 1,243
  • 2,207
  • 2,445
  • 2,030
  • 2,605
  • 2,093
  • 2,347
  • 1,049
  • 1,281
  • 1,342
  • 0
  • 2,623
Graduation Rate
  • 61%
  • 61%
  • 63%
  • 62%
  • 57%
  • 61%
  • 66%
  • 65%
  • 62%
  • 57%
  • 64%
  • 61%

Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort

Not American Indian or Alaska Native
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
2,484
Graduation Rate
57%
Not Black or African American
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
1,222
Graduation Rate
59%
Not Hispanic or Latino
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
2,106
Graduation Rate
59%
Not Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
2,334
Graduation Rate
58%
Not White
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
1,949
Graduation Rate
52%
Not Multiracial
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
2,490
Graduation Rate
57%
General Education
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
1,976
Graduation Rate
64%
English Proficient
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
2,222
Graduation Rate
62%
Not Economically Disadvantaged
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
1,024
Graduation Rate
60%
Male
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
1,311
Graduation Rate
53%
Female
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
1,206
Graduation Rate
61%
Migrant
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
0
Graduation Rate
Not Migrant
2010 Four-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
2,517
Graduation Rate
57%

Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort

Not American Indian or Alaska Native
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
2,585
Graduation Rate
61%
Not Black or African American
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
1,243
Graduation Rate
61%
Not Hispanic or Latino
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
2,207
Graduation Rate
63%
Not Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
2,445
Graduation Rate
62%
Not White
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
2,030
Graduation Rate
57%
Not Multiracial
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
2,605
Graduation Rate
61%
General Education
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
2,093
Graduation Rate
66%
English Proficient
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
2,347
Graduation Rate
65%
Not Economically Disadvantaged
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
1,049
Graduation Rate
62%
Male
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
1,281
Graduation Rate
57%
Female
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
1,342
Graduation Rate
64%
Migrant
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
0
Graduation Rate
Not Migrant
2009 Five-Year Graduation-Rate Total Cohort
2,623
Graduation Rate
61%

― There were fewer than 30 students in the cohort.

Graduation Rates for Regents with Advanced Designation and CTE Endorsement for Accountability

Percentage of 2010 Graduation-Rate Total Cohort members who graduated as of August 31, 2014 with:
  • Regents Diploma with an Advanced Designation (This District)
  • 7%
  • Regents Diploma with an Advanced Designation (Statewide)
  • 31%
  • Percentage in This District Exceeded Statewide
  • NO
Regents Diploma with an Advanced Designation (This District)
7%
Regents Diploma with an Advanced Designation (Statewide)
31%
Percentage in This District Exceeded Statewide
NO
Regents Diploma with CTE Endorsement (This District)
9%
Regents Diploma with CTE Endorsement (Statewide)
4%
Percentage in This District Exceeded Statewide
YES
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