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Crestview Middle School

Student Academic Growth
Student Academic Growth - Are students improving?

Student Academic Growth - Are students improving?

The student academic growth indicator measures individual student growth using the value-added model known as the Tennessee Value-Added Assessment System (TVAAS). All schools and districts receive an overall student growth level equal to their TVAAS composite level, which ranges from Level 1 to Level 5 with Level 5 being the highest performing and Level 1 being the lowest performing. For more information on TVAAS, please reference this resource.

Schools and districts who earn a Level 5 are considered the highest performing on the student growth indicator.

The data below is from the 2017-18 school year.

How is this school or district performing?

Overall Student Growth

Level 5

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How is this school or district performing on specific subjects?

English Language Arts

Level 5

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Mathematics

Level 4

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Science

Level 5

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How does this school serve all students, including specific student groups?

The success of all students and the success of students in specific student groups count toward this indicator. Indicator scores range from 0-4, with 4 being the highest. For more information on student groups, please see this resource.

All Students Score

4.0

out of 4

Student Group Score

4.0

out of 4

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How is this school performing overall on this indicator?

The performance for the school on this indicator takes into account the performance of all students and specific student groups. Indicator scores range from 0-4, with 4 being the highest.

Overall Student Growth Score

4.0

out of 4

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Below is information for additional subjects that are related but NOT included in the calculation of the Student Academic Growth indicator for schools. These subjects are included in overall growth for districts.

results for additional subjects

Social Studies

Level 3

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*Schools will have an indicator score of “NA” if they do not have enough data. Possible reasons include but are not limited to schools having less than the 30 valid tests or only one year of data. For more information on suppression rules, please see more information here