Through the Honor Roll School program, CBEE identifies and recognizes higher performing schools in the state, particularly higher poverty schools that are closing achievement gaps and those with a focus on STEM proficiency. In 2012, CBEE announced 2,108 higher performing Honor Roll schools, up from 261 in 2005. The number of high poverty, higher performing schools now totals 871 across the state. The CBEE Honor Roll is the only school recognition program in the state using only student achievement outcomes as the criteria and is a growing resource for all schools to learn about best practices that increase student achievement. CBEE utilizes data from the non-profit Educational Results Partnership, the largest longitudinally-linked, actionable school data system in the country.
Click on one of the categories below to see the list of this year’s Honor Roll schools.
|High poverty, high performing, achievement gap closing schools|
|High performing schools without significant levels of low-income students|
|Honor Roll schools with higher poverty and higher performance in math and science|
|Honor Roll districts|