CCRPI is a comprehensive school improvement, accountability, and communication platform for all educational stakeholders that will promote college and career readiness for all Georgia public school students.
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College & Career Ready Performance Index
Georgia is one of 10 states initially granted a waiver in February 2012 from the federal No Child Left Behind Act. Once granted, Georgia began work on the College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI), a new statewide accountability system based on 2012 school year data that was launched as a “study year” in May 2013. Since that first “study year," after receiving valuable feedback from our education partners and the public, DOE staff members have revised and refined the CCRPI to make a more meaningful report. The new CCRPI will be calculated from 2013 data reflecting the new calculation, and the 2012 scores will be recalculated applying the new calculation methodology to the same 2012 data.
What are the differences between the old and new CCRPI?
The updated calculations require schools and districts to meet greater expectations to earn high scores. Comparisons between 2012 and 2013 results will only be valid using the recalculated results. Any comparison to the “study year” will not compare “apples to apples” and will be invalid. The new CCRPI reports display a single score for the state, local school districts, and schools with non-traditional configurations (K-12, K-8, 6-12, etc.). In addition to revised indicators, significant calculation changes include:
Major Indicator Changes Impact Scores
This summary provides an overview of major CCRPI changes. For a list of all changes, including the rationale for those changes, go to: http://www.gadoe.org/Curriculum-Instruction-and-Assessment/Accountability/Pages/default.aspx and click on the document titled CCRPI Detailed Summary of Changes.
Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent Georgia Department of Education April 2014