2020-2021 SPCSA Charter School Academic Performance Reports
Below, you will find the Academic Performance Framework reports for Charter Schools sponsored by the State Public Charter School Authority. Nevada Revised Statute (NRS) 388A.273 requires each charter school sponsor to adopt a performance framework that must be incorporated in a charter contract to include academic, finance, and organization components.
The Academic Performance Framework incorporates corresponding school year NSPF school ratings under the NSPF Index Score indicator, as the NSPF includes key performance measures such as academic achievement and proficiency, academic growth, English Learner (EL) growth, opportunity gaps, graduation rates, and chronic absenteeism, which address the requirements of NRS 388A.273. The framework also contains the Geographical Comparisons indicator, which includes measures that compare charter school NSPF performance to that of the zoned school and district (also known as a local education agency or LEA), as well as the Enrollment Diversity indicator, which includes measures that compare charter school enrollment rates of economically disadvantaged students (FRL), students with disabilities (IEP), and English Learners (ELs) to its zoned LEA. The School Progress indicator, which reflects reductions in Math and ELA non-proficiency, is informational only.” A school earns points based on their performance.
The total framework score corresponds to one of four academic performance levels: Exceeds Standard, Meets Standard, Does Not Meet Standard, or Below Standard. More information about the Academic Performance Framework can be found here